“The great gift of the Enneagram is that it exquisitely describes who you are not. It shows the veiling of true consciousness by habits of egoic identification. When these habits of mind are revealed, there is a clear choice to end the false identification and realize your true nature.“ ~ Eli.
The Advanced Enneagram Retreat is for those who already are familiar with their fixation and are ready to go deeper and at the same time it is open for participants, who make their first encounter with this powerful instrument. If you are called to true liberation in this life-time, the enneagram can be a wisdom mirror to see where you may still be trapped.
As all powerful medicine can also be a poison, the misuse of the enneagram can be a great burden of mind. To be identified with a fixation is to add another layer of ego. To ignore fixation is to let ego run unchecked.
This is a teaching of the middle path. The middle path is the way of self-knowledge and stopping. We will meet together to explore what is deeper and unexamined in the quest for true freedom and establishment.
We will look deeply at the structure of the three drives of each of the character fixations, delving into the subtle egoic tendencies that run subconsciously. The three subtypes will be intimately explored, exposing the momentum that drives the machine. This environment of self-inquiry assists us in realizing how we re-identify with our personal story of suffering and supports true liberation.
For those of you who have already benefitted from the Enneagram and want to explore more deeply the intricacies of character fixation with a master of the Enneagram – this retreat is for you!
June 29 – July 3, 2018
If you recommend one person to this retreat who registers, you will receive 50% discount off tuition.
If you bring in 2 or more people to this retreat, you will receive 100% discount off tuition.
Check in will be held from 6:00PM – 7:30PM, Friday June 29
Friday at 8PM
Saturday – Monday at 11AM, 4PM
8pm- Video Session
Tuesday at 11AM
Session will last 1 ½ – 2 hours.