I’ll tell you what all the fuss is about. It’s about this being a fabulous tool for understanding ourselves and others. It’s about this being a great map for exploring the desires, fears and core motivations which make us tick. And it’s about this being a way of awakening to our highest selves, seeing others through a lens of acceptance and compassion, and even experiencing the world as a place where we all belong.

That’s a tall order, eh? Well, I’m here to tell you, the Enneagram delivers everything it promises.

I’ve been studying and using the Enneagram in my own life since 2000, and I am still discovering new avenues for observing myself. Through the Enneagram, I’ve learned to spot those behaviors which take me down some old familiar rabbit holes. Yet, because the Enneagram helps me understand the natural human attachments which drive me, I’ve developed quite a bit of compassion for myself.

Now when I see myself doing those things I do, instead of asking, “What in the world is wrong with me?” I am much more inclined to say, “Well, there I go again being me!” It’s such an easier and gentler way to live.

When something brings us this much understanding of ourselves, it’s bound to spill over into our relationships. Better than anything I’ve ever encountered, the Enneagram helps me really get that everyone is operating out of the same kind of personality stew (including the good stuff along with the pesky) that I am. It’s just that their stew is as particular to them as mine is to me.

Seeing where we get stuck within ourselves is just the beginning. The Enneagram offers a map for moving beyond these patterns. It points the way towards real personal and spiritual growth by guiding us towards that essence we were when we came into the world but have forgotten about. It shows us what gift we each bring to the human family and how we can awaken it within ourselves and express it in the world with awareness, yet still through our own unique personality. We grow but stay the same. We don’t have to give up being who we are in order to awaken to who we are! Pretty cool, huh?

Although I’ve been teaching the Enneagram for  years now, I still consider myself a student. I continue to read, consult with other Enneagram teachers, and attend training events to broaden my knowledge base, sharpen my teaching methods and learn new ways to engage with it to navigate my life.

You’ve heard the expression that the map is not the territory (if you haven’t, then you have now). Well, the territory is us. Who we are is really what we’re all searching for. This thing called us is a territory filled with smooth paved roads, bumpy curvy ones and sudden dead ends; mountain vistas and misty valleys; light-filled meadows and dark patches of woods; places we love and those we wish we didn’t even know about.

When you decide to travel into this territory of yourself, I suggest you take along a good flashlight, a compass and a map. The flashlight is your commitment to being more aware and accepting and loving of yourself and others. The compass is your own north star leading you home to that essence which is waiting for you. And the map…well, there are lots of maps which can take us home to ourselves. The one I recommend is the one I’ve been following all these years – the Enneagram. It never goes out of date, it never gets boring, and it never steers me wrong.

To learn more about my Enneagram offerings, click here: https://www.spaceforconsciousliving.com/the-enneagram/

 

Calendar of Events

Jun
9
Tue
A live Zoom interview with world renowned intuitive, spiritual teacher and author, Gloria Karpinski @ Zoom Meeting Online
Jun 9 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

A live Zoom interview with world renowned intuitive, spiritual teacher and author, Gloria Karpinski

Marilyn Wolf and Linda Brown will talk with Gloria about the cosmic and spiritual meaning of this turbulent time we find ourselves in. There will be a Q&A session so participants can engage directly with Gloria. 

Cost:  $20-$40  – Pay what you can in this range

A Zoom link will be sent to participants the day before the event

Gloria is the author of Where Two Worlds Touch and Barefoot on Holy Ground. Her seminars as well as her individual in-depth attunements emphasize the relevancy of universal spiritual principles to everyday life and the interdynamics of mind, body, emotions and spirit.

You can learn more about Gloria at her website:  www.gloriakarpinski.com

 

Cancellation Policy:
If you cancel before 1 week prior to the event, you will get a refund minus a $10 processing fee. If you cancel within 1 week of the event, there is no refund. If you cancel due to unavoidable circumstances, please discuss this with us.

Questions? Email us at TheSchool.SCL@gmail.com

 

Jul
18
Sat
Zoom Workshop: Introduction to A Course in Miracles @ Zoom Meeting
Jul 18 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Zoom Workshop:
Introduction to A Course in Miracles

A Course in Miracles describes itself as a course in spiritual psychotherapy. It deals with the ego’s themes of separation, sin, guilt and fear. The course actually refers to the ego as “wrong mindedness.”

“Right mindedness” or Spirit is the realm of miracles and forgiveness. The Course guides us to awareness of our inherent ability to choose peace and offers specific steps to help us move from a mindset of fear (ego) to one of love (spirit).

In this 3-hour workshop, we will explore how A Course in Miracles:

  • Differs from other spiritual paths
  • Defines a “miracle”
  • Describes the origin of sin, guilt and fear
  • Explains the importance of “choice”
  • Uses the terms, “judgment” and “forgiveness”

Cost: $30-$60 – Pay what you wish to in this range.

Location: Zoom – we will send the link to those who registered the day before the workshop.

Book Required:  A Talk Given on A Course in Miracles – An Introduction. You can purchase a new copy of the book for $10 (+ S&H) from Foundation for a Course in Miracles, or there are new, used, and electronic versions available on Amazon.

For this workshop to be as meaningful as possible, please read the book in advance.

Cancellation Policy:
If you cancel before 1 week prior to the event, you will get a refund minus a $10 processing fee. If you cancel within 1 week of the event, there is no refund. If you cancel due to unavoidable circumstances, please discuss this with us.

Questions? Email us at TheSchool.SCL@gmail.com