Date(s) - Friday, 21st October, 2016 - Sunday, 23rd October, 2016
7:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Course times: Friday 21st Oct – 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Saturday 22nd Oct – 10am – 4pm
Sunday 23rd Oct – 2.30pm – 4.30pm
WHAT IS THE ENNEAGRAM?
The Enneagram is a tool of compassion which helps us to understand ourselves and our motivations.
It describes nine different personality styles. Each one is defined by an emotional habit, a characteristic pattern of thought and a style of relating to others, which together produce a distinctive point of view.
There are nine particular ways in which we can weigh ourselves down with unnecessary baggage and the invitation of The Enneagram is to recognise our own burden and, by God’s grace, to begin to let it go.
The Enneagram teaches that no one type is better than another but that each of us approaches life seeing it through a different lens of assumptions and perceptions.
The Enneagram encourages us to make sense of our own personalities and to access possibilities for change within ourselves. It also helps us to have more understanding and appreciation of others whose motivation is different from ours.
This is a basic course for those with no previous knowledge of the Enneagram.
On this course, the nine spaces will be explored through a variety of ways. By the end of the weekend, people will have gained sufficient understanding to choose which personality type they belong to.
Please bring your own lunch – drinks will be provided.
Cost: £45 including course books
Parking is available at Diocesan House
Fee covered by CMD for clergy & Readers (please contact Marianne Hambrook on 01227 459401)
Course Tutors: Rev’d Margi Walker and Rev’d Chris Wilkinson with team
For further information or queries, please contact Rev’d Chris Wilkinson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Marianne Hambrook on 01227 459401
This event is fully booked.