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The EQUINE ENNEAGRAM…it’s not about the HORSE

A Guest Blog by Jane Strong Part 4: Enneagram Body Center Style Nine This story is about a NINE named Rob, who loved his new black quarter horse more than anyone I know.  His equine companion named Orient loved him,

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The EQUINE ENNEAGRAM…it’s not about the HORSE

A Guest Blog by Jane Strong Part 3: Enneagram Heart Center Style Three I recently had a session with one of my favorite horses and one of my favorite people named Val…a powerhouse of a THREE who knows the Enneagram

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The EQUINE ENNEAGRAM…it’s not about the HORSE

A Guest Blog by Jane Strong Part 2: Enneagram Head Center Style Six Last year, I was at a ranch in Montana with two other Equine Experiential Learning Coaches.  We were doing a workshop with six senior executives from New

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The EQUINE ENNEAGRAM…it’s not about the HORSE

A Guest Blog by Jane Strong Part 1: Equine Enneagram Overview I’ve been studying the Enneagram since 1994 and using it in my work as a facilitator and coach since 2004.  I’ve also been studying natural horsemanship since 2003 with

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Enneagram Styles and Authenticity

  This blog was inspired by Ruth Landis’s insights about Authenticity. You can read about how each of us, based on our Enneagram styles, can be in a state of Authenticity, which is really about allowing us to be fully

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Famous Enneagram Eights: Margaret Thatcher and Donald Trump

  WORLDVIEW: The powerful try to take advantage of the weak; I must change this. EIGHTS pursue the truth, want situations under control, strive to make important things happen, and try to hide their vulnerability. Assertive, bold, and confident, Eights

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Coaching: Enneagram Heart Center Styles: Two, Three, and Four

  The three Enneagram styles that emanate from the Heart Center of Intelligence, Twos, Threes, and Fours, create an image for others to relate to – an image of likeability, success, and uniqueness, respectively – and then become dependent on

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Coaching: Enneagram Head Center Styles: Five, Six, and Seven

  The three Enneagram styles that emanate from the Head Center of Intelligence, Fives, Sixes, and Sevens, each have a strategic response to the emotion of fear. Fives move away and retreat; Sixes anticipate, worry, and plan for possible negative

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Enneagram Styles and Being

  This blog was inspired by Ruth Landis’s insights about Being. You can read about how each of us, based on our Enneagram styles, can be in a state of Being, which is really allowing us to be fully ourselves.

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Famous Enneagram Sevens: Cameron Diaz and Howard Stern

  WORLDVIEW: The world lacks a bigger plan full of possibilities; I must generate these. SEVENS crave the stimulation of new ideas, people, and experiences, avoid pain and discomfort, and create elaborate plans that allow them to keep all of

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