Exploring the Enneagram: An Introductory Workshop
with Roberta Whitney, MA, CEP
In today’s fast-paced world, resources which support the exploration of spiritual, physical and intellectual dimensions of your whole self are precious to steering a steady course. The Enneagram is one such instrument. A dynamic and complex personality system, it incorporates ancient knowledge with present-day theology, philosophy and psychology to reveal new ways of understanding yourself and others. Overall, it can offer pathways to living more fully, freely and creatively in all areas of life.
Attending this introductory workshop, you can
- Explore your uniqueness, view of self and the world
- Gain insight into what motivates your thoughts and actions and how you approach/show up in the world
- Navigate relationships of all kinds with increased insight and perspective
- Choose goals aligned with your distinct gifts
- Glean spiritual insights and aim to expand your understanding of what it means to be human.
As individuality is expressed through the Enneagram model in nine variations, you will have an uncommon opportunity to witness others’ life perspectives, motivations, gifts and challenges.
The workshop will be held from Friday, September 27, to Sunday, September 29. The cost of a single occupancy room is $350; a double occupancy room $300 per person (Please register with your room share.) and includes program, overnight accommodations and all meals from Friday dinner at 5:30 p.m. to Saturday lunch. Commuters are also welcome for a fee of $145.00, which includes the program and Friday dinner and Saturday lunch and dinner. The program will conclude on Sunday at 11:00 a.m.
Roberta H. Whitney is a spiritual director and hospital chaplain in Rhode Island. Her passion for the Enneagram as a tool for a spiritual journey was forged over 15 years through study and certification as an Enneagram professional via Helen Palmer’s Enneagram in the Narrative Tradition. Roberta also explores whole body approaches to spiritual growth and well-being in individual and group work throughout New England. She is certified as a Focusing Professional, Registered Yoga Teacher (500 hr.), and has trained in authentic movement and non-violent communication/mediation.
|Dates:||9/27/2019 to 9/29/2019|
Roberta H. Whitney|