“To know oneself is, above all, to know what one lacks.  It is to measure oneself against Truth, not the other way around.  The first product of self-knowledge is humility.” ~ Flannery O’Connor

The Enneagram, (pronounced Any-a-gram) system is represented by a circle containing a nine-pointed star like shape.  Ennea is Greek for the number nine and gram means a drawing. (The Enneagram Made Easy) Questions such as these will be explored in this study of the Enneagram:  How well do you really know yourself?  How does your past interfere with your present? What lens are you viewing the world through—as an adult or the child you were?  Are there wounds or misguided beliefs you had as a child that continue to govern your life today?

In this workshop the nine different personality styles or numbers will be explored. Each one has a distinct way of viewing the world that powerfully influences how each type thinks, feels, and acts.  The workshop will also touch on how your type influences your professional and personal relationships and behaviors.

The format of the workshop will be didactic as well as interactive and will be 5 hours in length (9:00 a.m.-noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00.  (one-hour lunch break)