In this new program, we will explore how the Enneagram can show the connection between inner work and the world of social justice. We unlock the Enneagram’s potential as a tool for healing and strengthening the purpose of those of us who have remained silent but are seeking an opportunity to learn how to engage as cultural allies & advocates — racial bridge builders for marginalized communities.
Authentic inner work helps us address issues of diversity by taking us to the heart of our humanity — the place from which we can truly meet others. We will learn how the practices of self-observation can free us from the deeper issues of our personality but also from the roots of our biases so that we can truly be agents of healing in our world. The experiential exercises are designed for participants to take ownership and action as cultural allies and advocate for all people.
We dive deep into the unique perspectives of each Enneagram type and explore how we have access to all 9 lenses and their inherent gifts. Our journey leads us to uncover the importance of embracing all 9 lenses in the same light that we embrace all of humanity and our universal oneness.
Recommended reading: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates, and CASTE: The Origin of our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson.
Russ Hudson is one of the top teachers and developers of the Enneagram system in the world today. He is the co-author, with Don Richard Riso, of several books including The Wisdom of the Enneagram and Personality Types.
Dr. Deborah Egerton, Founder of Trinity Transition Consultants, is an internationally respected psychotherapist and executive coach. "Dr. E", as she is affectionately known, is an inspirational Enneagram JEDI (justice, equality, diversity, inclusion) who teaches the value of the Enneagram for introspective self-discovery.