A Spiritual Introduction to the Enneagram

Sundays: March 17 – April 21 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

led by Rob Field & Paula Benton

Ennea-WHAT?! is CSW’s beginner-level Enneagram learning series, and will be held on five Sundays: March 17 through April 21 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Elk Haven Wellness Center in Brevard, N.C. Ennea-WHAT?! offers an introduction to using the Enneagram for spiritual growth and how to use its wisdom in daily life.

The Enneagram is one of the most powerful tools for self-knowledge and inner transformation ever developed. A nine-pointed system, the Enneagram invites us to discover our “home base” type to better understand our innate gifts and habitual challenges. The Enneagram beckons us to dig beneath the layers of ego and persona, guiding each of us back to “the real me.” The Enneagram serves as a roadmap to experience inner freedom and awaken to our truest selves.

Participants in this series will learn basic information about the Enneagram, a brief history of the typology, the Riso-Hudson levels of development, and — most essentially — how to use the wisdom of the Enneagram in daily life. Each session will include presentations by the co-leaders, audio-visual visual aids, handouts, and lively conversation to enhance learning.

Co-Leaders Rob Field and Paula Benton have been studying the Enneagram for decades. They love co-leading learning events on the subject, which they have done since 2017. Rob and Paula both use the Enneagram in their spiritual companioning work with individual clients.

Basic Registration for the series is available at $129.00 per person and Registration Plus at $199.00 per person. Registration Plus gives participants the opportunity to help underwrite the cost of participation for this and other CSW offerings. Although not required, the book The Wisdom of the Enneagram is recommended reading for all participants. (Please note: students are not required to attend each session, and the series will not meet on Sunday, March 31st.)

Want to ask a question or receive more info? Please contact Rob Field (director@centersw.org).