Enneagram Ireland was founded by a group of teachers certified in the narrative tradition of Helen Palmer and David Daniels. Its aim is to promote public awareness of the Enneagram in the fields of adult education, business and community development. more ›
Introductory Course/Workshop. One to One, Couples, Informal Groups, Formal Groups. Countrywide. - - November, 2017
Four Hour or 1 Day Course. Anywhere countrywide considered. Please click on my Teacher biog for more details on the type of workshops/courses that I provide. Without any obligation to book, I'd be delighted to provide more information and answer any questions you may have, so please don't hesitate to contact me. firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Mobile: 086 2397232
Level: Introductory - Details ›
TYPE TWO: The Giver
believes you must give fully to others to be loved. Consequently, Givers are caring, helpful, supportive and relationship-oriented, but also can be prideful, overly intrusive and demanding. Twos see the world as full of needs. As children, they were appreciated for being helpful or performing useful tasks and they carry this into adulthood. They are extremely intuitive and find that they have a talent for knowing when someone is in trouble or needs help or a listening ear. The Twos get burnt out looking after other people's needs and sometimes end up wondering why people don't look after them in return. At their best, they are 'people' people. They like to create good feelings in others thus maintaining others acceptance and approval. It is important for them to learn not to expect others to look after them, but to take care of themselves and discover their own needs.
Full Description ›
Dante, Florence, and the Enneagram 18-21 May, 2017
Discovering the Enneagram in Dante’s “Divine Comedy” - the Path from Fixation to Freedom in Florence, Italy
Full Story ›
The Somatic Enneagram
Peter O'Hanrahan, a regular visitor to our shores, gives an interesting overview of the somatic psychology for all personality types.
Full Story ›