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Why find out your Enneagram Type?

 How could a number describing personality make a difference to my life?  Aren’t I more or less the same as everyone else? Well the answers to these questions may surprise you, at least that’s how we hope you will feel after engaging with the Enneagram. In essence, this map of human conditioning is about uncovering unconscious, habitual patterns that we run or perhaps more accurately put, run us. As we discover our particular personality type, the Enneagram gives us a road map as to how we can work these patterns into better shape – in other words, how we can get psychologically healthier and express more of our innate potential.

In a nutshell 

The Enneagram helps us to know what kind of patterns to look out for. i.e. rooted in shame, fear or anger and the motivations behind them. Once we have this information, we can get a better handle on our subconscious programs that are mostly running the show. Developmental biologist, Bruce Lipton suggests that 95% of our behavior is shaped by our subconscious mind.  
The Enneagram helps us to see what these programs are and provides a road map for change. Once we know a little more about these patterns at play in our lives, what should we do about it? The answer that we learned from many well respected Enneagram teachers like Helen Palmer, Russ Hudson, David Daniels and others, is much less than we may think. The effort that counts the most is paying attention to ourselves.
As we develop a practice of being more present to ourselves, we also start to create new subconscious patterns that are in alignment with our conscious wishes, dreams and intimate desires.
We can then stop blaming others for our unhappiness and instead, respond more naturally to people and situations in our life. We can understand in a visceral way what its like taking another persons perspective. Consequently, we make it possible for our relationships and work to dramatically improve.

[/cs_text][x_tab_nav type=”four-up” float=”top”][x_tab_nav_item title=”What the enneagram delivers” active=”true”][x_tab_nav_item title=”Group sessions & workshops” active=”false”][x_tab_nav_item title=”For individuals” active=”false”][x_tab_nav_item title=”Relationship coaching ” active=”false”][/x_tab_nav][x_tabs][x_tab active=”true”]The Enneagram creates meta-awareness at an individual and team level and uncovers the focus and patterns of behaviour that subconsciously drive and motivate us to act in certain ways. In making these patterns and motivations conscious, the individual is able to develop and transcend these. The Enneagram also provides a very powerful model for understanding how development and integration operates, given the core motivational pattern we start from. It empowers the individual to take responsibility for his or her own behaviours and growth from a greater understanding of why they act and react in a certain way.

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A group setting is an ideal way to learn about the Enneagram because we get to explore the range of personality directly from people sharing their stories. Since Ryan did his dissertation using narrative methods, we use story as an essential part of the learning.

We teach both theory and body based practices because we can track personality patterns in the body by paying attention to  sensations, thoughts and emotions – all experienced in the body.

Furthermore, everything that ever happens to us is registered in the body. If we only address our condition from a cognitive perspective, we miss half the puzzle.  Our Enneagram work is deeply rooted in the body, which we find supports lasting change.

You will have the chance to get a feel for all the personalities on the Enneagram and see what you resonate most strongly with. You will then have tools that you can put into practice in your everyday life, both at home and at work.

[/x_tab][x_tab active=”false”]Ryan works one on one to help people see and understand the highs and lows of their personality type. He offers both online and in person sessions.

Clients can choose to take the integrative assessment beforehand or find and work with their type using a more intuitive approach. We find the best approach for you to reach your specific goals. Rates are R450 per hour. Ryan provides practice exercises in between sessions to maximise your learning. [/x_tab][x_tab active=”false”]Take a deeper look into relational dynamics at play. Step into your partners shoes and look at the world from their point of view. Understand more about motivational influences and trigger points. Find an orientation for each person to look inside at whats essential – the stumbling blocks and habitual patterns that keep tripping us up. As we do this work, we naturally relate better.

* Discover your patterns * Understand your partner and learn how to relate better.

R 650 75 min session

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The word Enneagram comes from the Greek words ennea (nin) and gram (points/what is written or drawn). It refers to the nin different Enneagram styles, identified as the numbers 1 to 9. Each number represents a worldview and archetype that resonates with the way in which people think, fell, and act, and how they stand in relation to the world, others, and themselves. Each Enneagram type has its advantages— its bright sides, as well as its disadvantages—or shadow sides. Within each type, an individual may function at a very healthy level, or operate at an unhealthy level. Understanding your own patterns help you be more aware of the ways in which you will operate, especially when not awake and aware. Without awareness, your type may “run the show” and your behaviors and thinking may be on auto-pilot. The power of the Enneagram lies in our ability to be aware of our patterns and to be in choice.