Two Enneagram Days Spring 2017

Saturday 18 February
10am - 4pm. Parish Room, St Michael at the Northgate, Oxford
ENNEAGRAM DEFENCES
The Enneagram defences are the last piece of psychological theory.   The defences hold the
entire personality/type together.  
Helen Palmer says that this is vital knowledge for anyone working one on one, be that spiritual accompaniment or mentoring.
Peter O'Hanrahan says that without recognition and work on the defences, we will get stuck and fail to develop both psychologically and spiritually.
The day will include group discussion, dyads and time alone.   We will explore all nine defences and their connection to the Holy Ideas.
When registering please state your type and subtype.

Saturday March 25

10am - 4pm, Parish Room, St Michael at the Northgate, Oxford
THE ENNNEAGRAM AND RELATIONSHIPS
This is a day for people who have completed the basic theory workshops and want to apply their Enneagram understanding to their relationships. We will look, initially, at our relationships with ourselves, because the Narrative Tradition insists this must always
be the first step.   Then some work on relationships with working colleagues, followed by those with intimates and, at the end of the day, our relationship with God/the Divine.
The day will include group discussion, dyad, panel and time alone.
When registering please state your type and subtype.

Both days will be facilitated by Josephine Seccombe.
Light refreshments provided.  Please bring a packed lunch.  

£25 for one session; £45.00 for 2 sessions
Places will be reserved once a completed booking form and payment have been received.

[ Spring 2017 Booking Form ]

Cost: as shown
These workshops will be held on 18th February and 25th March
Venue:
Venue: St Michael at the North Gate
Date Description: 
These workshops will be held on 18th February and 25th March
Private: 
no