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
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TYPE SEVEN: The Epicure
believes you must keep life up and open to assure a good life. Consequently, Epicures seek pleasure and possibilities, and are optimistic, upbeat and adventurous, but also can avoid pain and be uncommitted and self-serving. Sevens love the good life. Always optimistic that things will turn out right, their focus is on planning, pleasurable, positive possibilities. They are pleasure-seeking adventurers and sometimes have difficulty sticking to tasks that need doing, especially if the task is routine. When managing a Seven, it's useful to point to the next job or to a social outing on the completion of the project. They love lots of variety and enjoy working and meeting with different people in different situations. They avoid pain and negative situations; they can't understand why others might stay with their pain and suffering when there are so many upbeat things to do. At their best, they are fun to be with, very easily motivated by change and not hassled if something doesn't turn out the way it was planned.
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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
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The Somatic Enneagram
Peter O'Hanrahan, a regular visitor to our shores, gives an interesting overview of the somatic psychology for all personality types.
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