This is a rare opportunity to experience Toms unique skills with this workshop in Denmark.
Deeper Into the Enneagram: Four Paths to Change with Tom Condon
If you use the Enneagram as a means to an end rather than an end in itself – to change, grow and live a more complete life – you know that combining effective techniques and practices with the Enneagramʼs deep insights has exceptional life-changing power.
In this workshop Tom will present models and methods of change as they apply to the Enneagram, helping you discover new worlds of experience, greater freedom and choice and a deeper understanding of the Enneagram’s use and potential.
If you are using the Enneagram to grow and change – or helping others to do so – this workshop will help you better apply any practices and methods you already use as well as introduce new ones. Tom will present an array of effective techniques that help resolve the type related dilemmas of different Enneagrm styles.
The four paths to change we will explore and experience are:
STANDING BACK – including practices like strengthening your inner observer, having insights into your Enneagram style, witnessing your Enneagram patterns, trying to see your blind spots, reactions and shadows.
GOING AGAINST – Interrupting your Enneagram pattern, applying your high side strengths to the low side expressions of your style, learning new ways of coping, using affirmations.
GOING WITH – Instead of standing back or going against, these techniques have you intensify your pattern, embodying your Enneagram style more fully, getting in touch with its defensive roots and purpose of your “Enneagram part”, critical voice, and shadow.
GOING BEYOND – includes spiritual practices that dissolve the ego, opening yourself to what is beyond your worldview and self image, evoking and inhabiting the strengths of your style, modeling the high side strengths of other personality styles.
“How to get rid of ego as dictator and turn it into a messenger, servant and scout, to be in your service, is the trick.”
– Joseph Campbell
This workshop will help you to:
Take your Enneagram work to new levels
Discover “best practices” for getting free of personality patterns
Learn methods that work with every Enneagram style
Acquire powerful practices to grow, change and evolve
Discover new meaning and uses of the Enneagram
Tom Condon has worked with the Enneagram since 1980. He has taught over 900 workshops combining the Enneagram with methods of change in the United States, Europe and Asia. The Director of the Changeworks in Bend, Oregon, he has been an adjunct faculty member of Antioch University and the University of California at Berkeley. He is the author of over 50 audio and video programs and books.
Priser og betingelser for deltagelse
Pris: Kr. 4.950,- + moms / Eur 830
This workshop is for anyone using the Enneagrm to grow and change as well as coaches, counselors, trainers and therapists. It will most benefit participants who have already applied the Enneagram personally or professionally.
Whether you have studied with Tom in the past or not, the weekend will take you to new levels of proficiency with yourself and others. You are encouraged to bring one personal change you would like to make by the end of the weekend.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The training is suitable for therapists, counselors, psychologists, social workers, spiritual and retreat directors, business coaches and consultants managers, HR professionals, teachers, and professionals who work one-on-one with clients or those who aspire to. Also: Anyone interested in personal development and insight into their own personality style and the styles of people in their life should benefit greatly.
The Seminar is open to anyone who has completed previous training or coaching with Tom or who have trained in and applied the Enneagram personally or professionally. No other background is necessary.
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