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
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TYPE ONE: The Perfectionist
believes you must be good and right to be worthy. Consequently, Perfectionists are conscientious, responsible, improvement-oriented and self-controlled, but also can be critical, resentful and self-judging.
The Ones see the world as full of flaws and quite disordered. For them there is a lot to be put right or “perfected”. They are hard on themselves as they don’t rest much, being pre-occupied with getting things right whether it is housework, tasks and or anything that need to be done. Personal needs and desires are suppressed; instead their energy goes into maintaining standards judged to be important. The Ones are the rule-keepers – they want to know what the rules are so that they will know what standards are expected of them. At their best, they are highly organised, systematic workers and can be relied upon to do a job exactly as instructed.
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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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