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Resilience is composed of many factors, attitude being among them, as can be read in this quote by psychologist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl. It also suggests the importance of being adaptable in a healthy and productive way in response

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One way of being in presence is the ability to open and access all three Centers of Intelligence: Head Center, Heart Center and Body Center. Did you know you know you can use vocal sounds to do so? Here are

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Being empathetic

Individuals of each Enneagram type can enhance their ability to be more empathic; here are some of the ways: ONES Consider and stay with both your own and other people’s feelings in depth in order to develop both more empathy

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Wisdom from Brené Brown

Brené Brown writes voluminously about things that matter most. Here is some of her wisdom for each of the 9 enneagram types: Enneagram Ones “Imperfections are not inadequacies; they are reminders that we’re all in this together.” Enneagram Twos “Daring

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Finding your way home

How do we light the heart so we can find our way back home? Here are some ideas for each of the 9 Enneagram types. Enneagram Ones Ones are Body Center Enneagram type whose guts and minds can be so

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Inspire means to excite, encourage, or breathe life into and comes from the Latin word that means to inflame or to blow in to. To inspire and be inspired ignites us into possibility. Here are the ways in which individuals

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Higher understandings

The higher understandings for each type are both aspirational and within our reach. But do we understand them? Reflect, ponder, meditate and consider these understandings, particularly the one for your enneagram type. ONES Everything, including imperfection, is as it should

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People often ask, if the four feeling groups are glad, mad, sad and afraid, and the last three emotions are each associated with one of the Enneagram Centers of Intelligence – mad with the Body Center types 8, 9 and

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Type distinctions | part 4

Type distinctions | part 4 In this final blog of four, learn type distinctions between types Five-Six through Five-Nine, then type Six with types Seven through Nine, followed by type Seven with types Eight and Nine and type Eight with

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Type distinctions | part 3

Type distinctions | part 3 In this third blog of four, learn type distinctions between types Three-Five through type Four with type Nine. In addition, my book “The Art of Typing” is almost entirely focused on how to ask differentiating

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