Using the Enneagram for Personal DevelopmentAug 20, 2020 05:15PM ● By Noah Chen
It has had such a positive impact on two of the three, Emily Wingfield and Kelly Knowlton, that they now consult and teach on the Enneagram. The third person, Ramona Mills, has actually been familiar with the Enneagram for longer than Wingfield or Knowlton, but she works in the communications field for an educational organization.
The Enneagram is most commonly known as a system of personality types as it draws from ancient wisdom and insights from modern psychology to assist personal and collective transformation. Read More »
Perhaps the most recognizable aspect of the Enneagram is its set of nine numbers that offers a language and a system for understanding and discussing ourselves as human beings. Read More »
Part 3 offers ways to explore one’s “efficiency” within each type of the Enneagram; that is, how easily and naturally one can express each type. Read More »