When We’re Present With Our Hearts ~ Russ Hudson

rom Russ Hudson’s session during the 2015 “Enneagram Global Summit.” Get notified about future summits at: www.enneagram-insights.com/summit (Disclosure: Affiliate relationship)

"When we're present with our heart, whatever we're doing feels meaningful and we're tuning into how to deepen and expand that process. When we're less present, we're looking out there for some task that's going to make us feel meaningful and valuable as if doing that will fill our heart, but if we're not present, it never quite succeeds." ~ Russ Hudson
“When we’re present with our heart, whatever we’re doing feels meaningful and we’re tuning into how to deepen and expand that process. When we’re less present, we’re looking out there for some task that’s going to make us feel meaningful and valuable as if doing that will fill our heart, but if we’re not present, it never quite succeeds.” ~ Russ Hudson

We Are Sacred And Untypeable ~ Robert Holden

From Robert Holden’s session during the 2015 “Enneagram Global Summit.” Get notified about future summits at: www.enneagram-insights.com/summit (Disclosure: Affiliate relationship)

"The Enneagram is ultimately pointing out to each of us that none of us are really a type. None of us are a type. This is a truly respectful model. It's trying to show us that we may establish default ambitions, that we may stereotype ourselves, that we may fall into habitual ways of existing and running through our day but actually, in truth, we are, all of us, sacred, untypeable." ~ Robert Holden
“The Enneagram is ultimately pointing out to each of us that none of us are really a type. None of us are a type. This is a truly respectful model. It’s trying to show us that we may establish default ambitions, that we may stereotype ourselves, that we may fall into habitual ways of existing and running through our day but actually, in truth, we are, all of us, sacred, untypeable.” ~ Robert Holden

Nine Ways of Being ~ Jerome Wagner

From Jerome Wagner’s session during the 2015 “Enneagram Global Summit.” Get notified about future summits at: www.enneagram-insights.com/summit (Disclosure: Affiliate relationship)

"With the Enneagram, you've got nine different ways of being in the world, nine players on your team. So use all of them. Some situations, the particular ways of looking at things and the  abilities and skills that that type have might be just what you need in that situation. So maybe in some situations it's really important to be exact. Other situations, it's more important  to be playful. Other situations, stop thinking about it and just do it, get it done, the Three. We've got all those resources available, why not use them rather than just settle for a few more narrow ways of being in the world?" ~ Jerome Wagner
“With the Enneagram, you’ve got nine different ways of being in the world, nine players on your team. So use all of them. Some situations, the particular ways of looking at things and the
abilities and skills that that type have might be just what you need in that situation. So maybe in some situations it’s really important to be exact. Other situations, it’s more important
to be playful. Other situations, stop thinking about it and just do it, get it done, the Three. We’ve got all those resources available, why not use them rather than just settle for a few more narrow ways of being in the world?” ~ Jerome Wagner

How The Enneagram Transforms Us ~ Sandra Maitri

From Sandra Maitri’s session during the 2015 “Enneagram Global Summit.” Get notified about future summits at: www.enneagram-insights.com/summit (Disclosure: Affiliate relationship)

"We need to really have all of our centers, our belly center, our heart center, our head center engaged. I find that many people who are involved in the Enneagram do it from the head center only. Unless our direct experience in our hearts are engaged in the material, I don't think it really transforms us." ~ Sandra Maitri
“We need to really have all of our centers, our belly center, our heart center, our head center engaged. I find that many people who are involved in the Enneagram do it from the head center only. Unless our direct experience in our hearts are engaged in the material, I don’t think it really transforms us.” ~ Sandra Maitri

Serving Life And Truth – Richard Rohr

"This is true of all nine types: excess turns all gifts into curses.  That's why we have to ask, how can we set all our energies free so that they serve life and truth?  This is the function of the 'objective observer.'  I can perceive something, but I can also detach myself from it.  In this way responsibility and freedom work constructively together." ~ Richard Rohr
“This is true of all nine types: excess turns all gifts into curses. That’s why we have to ask, how can we set all our energies free so that they serve life and truth?
This is the function of the ‘objective observer.’ I can perceive something, but I can also detach myself from it. In this way responsibility and freedom work constructively together.” ~ Richard Rohr

This quote is from Richard Rohr’s book “The Enneagram: A Christian Perspective.”

We Are Lovable – Robert Holden

From Robert Holden’s session during the 2015 “Enneagram Global Summit.” Get notified about future summits at: www.enneagram-insights.com/summit (Disclosure: Affiliate relationship)

"we are lovable because as the circle of the Enneagram reminds us, there is an unbroken wholeness. There is a wholeness that exists already, an original blessing that exists already." ~ Robert Holden
“we are loveable because as the circle of the Enneagram reminds us, there is an unbroken wholeness. There is a wholeness that exists already, an original blessing that exists already.” ~ Robert Holden