In this podversation:
- Interested in the Sanctuary I mentioned in the intro? Click here.
- The Enneagram is NOT a religious tool but can be awesome for spiritual growth too.
- Some of Havilah’s experiences as a Type 4/ the Romantic or the Individualist on the Enneagram
- How the Enneagram provides insight on both the nature and nurture aspects of “personality”
- “The Enneagram doesn’t put you in a box; it shows you the box you’re already in and the way out.”
- The danger in over-simplifying the Enneagram and not pushing through to the transformational piece
- An introduction/ overview to all 9 types
- Be careful not to type/ diagnose your loved ones
- What are tritypes and how do they work?
- Pay closest attention to where you go in stress and why
- Should you start with an assessment to figure out your type?
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- My favorite Enneagram assessment – the RHETI ($12)
- An overview of all 9 types on the Enneagram
- My favorite Enneagram books:
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Meet Havilah Seigmann
As a raised in Evangelical-land girl, Havilah was full of faith and questions, and always reading. A former music teacher, Havilah now uses her teaching skills not only to lead others into deeper explorations of themselves, but also to break up fights and teach her three children how not to throw things at each other. She loves to gather people around her table, make beautiful things, and to explore new places with her family.
Havilah started The Transformation Collaborative, an online place to share inspiration and encouragement. She creates and produces the Little Faith Podcast, a podcast about how to be good humans for ourselves and our littles while living in the middle of doubt.
Meet Tamara Powell
Tamara Powell, LMHC is a licensed therapist, university psychology instructor, and soul mentor for non-conformists. She is also a reiki master teacher known for integrating science and mysticism.
With specializations designed to quell existential angst and provoke the highest potential in each individual to achieve their true soul purpose, Tamara is passionate about holding sacred space for misfits and mystics.
If you’re interested in working with her, you can learn more about her services here.
Sound Editing provided by Pete Bailey: http://petebailey.net/audio/