Posts Categorized: Practices

The Narrative Enneagram - Joyce Plaza
Zooming the Narrative Way: Socially Separated, Spiritually Connected
Joyce Plaza |May 25, 2020

I recently read a news analysis in the New York Times titled “Why Zoom is Terrible.”  Author Kate Murphy’s message asserts that video meeting applications, although necessary today, can make you feel awkward, and that video conferencing makes you feel isolated and anxious. She argues that images are blotchy and blurring, audio is out-of-sync with the video, and “video chats have been shown to inhibit ‘trust’ because we can’t look one another in the eye.”

Read more
The Narrative Enneagram - Ed Self
COVID-19: Official Statement from TNE
Ed Self |Mar 16, 2020

As communities around the world struggle with the global coronavirus pandemic, we are reminded of our shared humanity, concerns and motivations for navigating these stressful times. Faced with uncertainty and unknown challenges, we are all called to practice conscious living in new ways.

Read more
The Narrative Enneagram - Terry Saracino
The Conscious Integration of Psychology, Spirituality and Somatics
Terry Saracino |Mar 12, 2015

Our trainings have always included three areas of human experience: psychology, spirituality and somatics. In 2014, however, we launched a new curriculum that takes the conscious integration of these three areas to a whole new level.

Read more
The Narrative Enneagram - David Daniels
Inspiring Seasonal Reflections
David Daniels |Dec 8, 2014

I’m delighted to announce my Inspiring Reflection Practices (IRP). These weekly type-specific reflections, emailed to subscribers, are concise practices, only a few lines each, representing a vital ingredient for integrating psychological, somatic and spiritual development, and for enhancing the well-being of self and our relationships.

Read more
The Narrative Enneagram - Helen Palmer
The Practice of Reflective Awareness
Helen Palmer |Nov 8, 2014

Whether you are new to meditation or a seasoned practitioner, this 40-minute audio by Helen Palmer offers clear and valuable guidance on how to relax your Enneagram type structure and enter into a field of prayerful presence.

Read more