"The Enneagram teaches us that there are nine ways of being in the world, and it highlights the nine habitual, predictable ways that we get ourselves into trouble," writes Suzanne Stabile. "Without hearing the stories of how challenging it has been for other people, we end up thinking we are the only ones struggling."
This is why group discussion and shared experience around Enneagram themes can be so helpful. Each of the six sessions in this companion study guide to Suzanne Stabile's book Journey Toward Wholeness includes the following:
Bonus content in this volume includes insights from people in each number space about how they are learning to bring up their repressed center (doing, thinking, or feeling). The struggle isn't the same for each of us, but we can journey toward spiritual and emotional growth together.
1 Safeguarding Our Souls
2 Managing Our Dominant Centers
3 The High Side of Stress
5 Bringing Up the Repressed Center