Studying the Enneagram, a unique map of personality patterns, leads to an understanding of our default mental habits and helps us see the world clearly. Mindfulness allows us to let go of these patterns and see that we are bigger than our small selves. The two traditions teach deep listening – listening internally to see our reactivity and biases and find clarity and our caring heart; and listening outwardly, especially to those who are different from us, to see more clearly where help is needed.
Both traditions reveal that we deeply belong to all of creation. We see that the pain of the world is our pain. This motivates us to act for change from wisdom and compassion. We think you will enjoy this unique day of exploring personal and collective liberation!
The day will include didactic, panel interviews, group sharing and mindfulness practice. This class is best for people familiar with the Enneagram.
9 am – 4:30 pm Mountain
$95 through October 30; $120 after October 30
Renée Rosario, MA, LPC, is a transpersonal, body-centered psychotherapist in private practice in Boulder, CO. She is a Core Faculty member of The Narrative Enneagram and has been teaching for 18 years. Renée utilizes mindfulness practices and the Enneagram in her role as therapist.
Peter Williams, MA, MS, has practiced meditation for 27 years in the Theravada and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, including many months of silent retreat, and has taught meditation since 2003. Peter is trained as a Community Dharma Leader by Spirit Rock Meditation Center. He teaches mindfulness groups and retreats in the Rocky Mountain West. He also practices as a transpersonal psychotherapist in Longmont, CO.
To learn more, email the Registrar or call 866-241-6162, ext. 1 (toll-free) or +1 303-305-4362 (outside the U.S.)