The Enneagram is a powerful psychological and spiritual tool for personal and collective transformation. Through a universal language that transcends gender, religion, nationality and culture the Enneagram nurtures a greater understanding of others, the world, and ourselves. The word Enneagram comes from the Greek words ennea meaning nine and grammos meaning a written symbol. Each of the nine types represented in the Enneagram has a different pattern of thinking, feeling and acting that comes from a deep inner motivation or worldview.
In this workshop we will explore the history of the Enneagram and delve into what makes the Enneagram a valuable tool for transformation. Depending on time we will investigate the Holy Ideas and hear from participants how they experience Holy Ideas based on their type. No experience with the Enneagram is necessary to participate in this workshop.
Charlotte Shepic is a spiritual director trained through the Sursum Corda formation program in South Carolina and an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church. At present she is professionally certified through the Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition (ESNT) to work with individuals and is completing a teaching internship with ESNT. Her passion is to continue to learn about the many dimensions of the Enneagram and help people learn more about themselves, others and the world through the information the Enneagram has to offer.