The Enneagram for Sacred Self Inquiry
Part 1: Sunday, May 8, 7-8:30pm
Part 2: Sunday, May 15, 7-8:30pm
Part 3: Sunday, May 22, 7-8:30pm
Times are Eastern (UTC-5 time zone).
Recipe for addressing our stuck parts:
The Enneagram combined with gentle parts work can lead to profound awarenesses, insights, and integration.
Nourishing our divinity increases our self-trust, self-care, and leads to a soul-guided life.
Lee Warren was introduced to the Enneagram in 2004 and has been fascinated ever since. It took her nearly a year to figure out her primary Enneagram type in part because of the “counter type” nature of her subtype and in part because she was spending lots of time in her disintegration point.
Her nearly 30 years in residential intentional community has provided lots of opportunity for self and other reflection. And the Enneagram has been an invaluable tool. The process of sacred inquiry, guided by the teachings of the Enneagram, has been one of the most important personal growth support systems of her life.
Lee has been fortunate to learn from so many fabulous US based enneagram teachers through their writings and teachings: Eli Jaxon Bear, Helen Palmer, Sandra Maitri, Hudson & Riso. Also, Asheville based Enneagram teacher Sandra Smith has been instrumental to the deepening process.
Lee’s love of the Enneagram emerges from the following spiritual truths:
Lee has woven Enneagram education into her community building work as integral component towards creating sane and holistic culture.
Testimonials for Lee Warren’s Enneagram in Community Workshop:
“Lee Warren was a clear speaker and very well prepared. Each step of the way she guided us through the Enneagram and whether we were new or had previous experience, we were all able to follow the precepts laid forth in the class to better understand how the Enneagram works and its relationship to living in community. I would highly recommend to people anything that Lee Warren is doing based on this two hour class. Very gifted teacher.”
“This was the best Enneagram workshop I’ve ever attended, and I’ve attended a bunch. The facilitator was grounded, thoughtful, caring, able to hold the space well. And compassionately holding space but getting through the content can be especially tough in Enneagram workshops, b/c vulnerable stuff always comes up. She did it so well. The content was well thought out, and had the perfect amount of detail. I loved the summaries, and also the thoughtful acknowledgments of practices and teachers. So clear that the facilitator just cares about making the world a better place and helping people. Hell yeah.”
“This session helped me understand and appreciate the Enneagram in ways I never have before–in fact, got me excited to explore it further. Lee’s holistic, personal approach helped me resonate, unexpectedly at times, with what she was presenting. Instead of seeming like another way to put people into boxes, which is how it’s sometimes seemed to me in the past, the Enneagram as presented by Lee seemed like a way to free people from their boxes. She helped me understand the underlying essentials of the approach and how to figure out my “type.” Thank you again for this session.”
“It was an absolutely great overview of this amazing resource. . . so full of heartfelt acknowledgment and detailed enough to get some good insight. I really appreciated that Lee gave good pause when asking questions, to allow folks a few minutes to take in, digest & formulate a kind of response.”
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This workshop is offered with the spirit of community in mind. The minimum suggested donation is $45.
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“After 25 years of coaching leaders and teams, I have found Lee’s Relational Leadership workshop to be a unique and powerful combination of both practical tools and effective leadership principles. Her proven experience leading different causes makes for an approach that balances both head and heart.”
"Lee is an experienced and truly competent guide in the vast landscapes of end of life plans. Her thoughtful pacing helps us navigate the territory of decisions to make, who to involve, emotions and choices. Being supported in preparing for this rite of passage by creating our death care team settles a lot in me. I highly recommend. Everyone involved will benefit."
"This course covers the vital social-emotional aspects of community that just isn't talked about openly enough. I so appreciated Lee's candid sharing of her own experience and warm encouragement of our own self-reflection. I truly believe that if more folks did the kind of personal and interpersonal work Lee outlines in this course, more communities would thrive!"
"When I heard Lee say, "functional teams demonstrate communication, transparency, and trust," in her Relational Leadership workshop, it changed everything for me. I'm being that change in my workplace and finding others who resonate with that change. It is having impact with everyone in the entire organization, including the CEO. Employees who felt powerless in the past are now starting to light up. Our work ecology is changing and the transformation is beyond powerful."