Riso-Hudson Trained Presenters at the 2010 International Enneagram Association Conference
Presenters listed in alphabetical order by last name.
Exploring the Instincts and the Instinctual Intelligence Centre through Movement. Presented by Riso-Hudson Student, Maura Amelia Bonanno
Maura guided us to explore the energy of our three Instincts. Through experimenting with primal movements, we explored some of the deep structures related with the instinctual drives, awakening the rhythmic sources of these forces with awareness, discovering how they affect our lives, and opening the possibility for freeing our instinctual intelligence. Her method is inspired by the commonalities recognizable between modern psychology, the anthropology of rituals, and modern primitive dance technique. http://www.enneagrammaintegrale.it
Integral Enneagram: Brain, Behavior and Consciousness. Presented by Riso-Hudson Certified Teacher and Venezuela Network Member, Agustina Burgo
This proposition is about getting practical and effective ways of personal evolution through a more integral understanding of human behavior with the help of the latest discoveries on the brain and the transformational Enneagram tool. 2010 presentation-proposition focus on the cortex brain and its capacities (right and left hemispheres) to understand the meaningful use of virtues and holy ideas as the starting point of the path of healing the roots of the ego in order to reverse the unconsciousness into awareness, the sleeping human been into awake one to attend superior levels of consciousness. http://www.ienmi.org/
The Enneagram of Psycho-Spiritual Rebirth. Presented by Certified and Authorized Riso-Hudson Teachers, Dave Hall and Katy Taylor
Dave and Katy presented a developmental model, aligning the nine points of the Enneagram with nine successive phases of childhood development and showing how our inborn type temperament is imprinted at each phase. We receive an especially strong imprint at the phase corresponding to our type, resulting in a characteristic object-relations structure in our psyche. The workshop explored how the model can help us to heal our type’s object-relations wound, allowing us to reconnect with our true nature. http://www.katytaylor.com/enneagram.shtml
Expanding the Frame of Reality: Unlocking the Inner Story. Presented by Certified and Authorized Riso-Hudson Teacher, Roxanne Howe-Murphy
In providing an overview of the development of Inner Stories, Howe-Murphy discussed four primary reasons why Inner Stories are so powerful. They are: 1) complex interlocking dimensions of mental, emotional, physical/somatic experiences, paired with behavioral reactions; 2) based on constriction; 3) fueled by the Superego, and 4) sourced in undigested pain. ‘Unlocking the Inner Story,’ a presence-based discovery (coaching) tool, was explained and demonstrated and two counter- intuitive processes for working with a story were identified. http://www.enneagramcalifornia.com
Increasing Emotional Intelligence with EnneaMotion. Presented by Riso-Hudson Part II Faculty, Andrea Isaacs
Emotional intelligence (EQ) is having the ability to respond appropriately and effectively, no matter what. Often this means expanding our comfort zone. EnneaMotion, an experiential approach to the Enneagram, guides you in finding mantras and mudras (Sanskrit for a word or sound with the intention to bring on a particular inner state) for accessing the best attributes of all nine styles, of all humanity. This increases our emotional flexibility, our emotional capacity, and our EQ. Somatic Focusing, a unique process that guides people to finding antidotes to recurring disturbing emotions and fast-tracking emotional change, will be used when relevant. http://www.enneamotion.com/
A Case Study of Using the Enneagram as a Human Resources Conflict Intervention. Presented by Riso-Hudson student, Lee Kingma
Much has been written about and researched from consultants’ perspectives in using the Enneagram as a coaching and team intervention. This presentation was unique in that Lee is a fulltime HR executive with a publishing house. She told the story of how the Enneagram was implemented in her organisation as a way to deal with conflict and more recently how it is being used in individual, team, and business development. firstname.lastname@example.org
Utilizing the Enneagram in Addiction Treatment. Presented by Riso-Hudson Certified and Authorized Teacher, Michael Naylor
Michael spoke about his work with men in early recovery and the powerful tool of inspiration that the Enneagram provided them as they learned of their Type. More specifically, he spoke about the psychic structure of the types, the Basic Fear, Desire, Passion and Fixation that are instrumental for men to understand to avoid relapse into addiction. He stated that the difficulties of the passion and fixation would be revisited at deeper levels as men stayed sober longer, and that if they knew this in advance, they could work with the emotional suffering that arise rather than being triggered into relapse, as many are today. http://www.enneagrammaine.com
The Excavation and Recovery of the True Self. Presented by Don Riso and Russ Hudson.
As many traditions have noted, spiritual growth is like peeling the layers of an onion to get to its core. But this process raises many important questions: What exactly are the “layers of the onion”? What will one encounter at each of them? How does one move from one to the next? What lies at the heart of the “onion”? This talk answered these questions and many more as it enabled us to see the process of spiritual development as a whole, unified, and meaningful journey. http://www.enneagraminstitute.com
The Shadow, The Divine, and the Integration. Presented by Riso-Hudson Student, Ben Saltzman
Ben Saltzman presentation included live work with the BIG MIND process developed by Zen Master Genpo Roshi. The process invites the entire group to participate in a dynamic way. It includes an exploration and integration of rejected, disowned, shadow elements of the ego. Once we integrate a shadow element we explore its accompanying aspect of Divine Essence. Participants find that embodying Essence, speaking from Essence, and integrating Essence back into the self is deeply healing work. To view a video explanation of the BIG MIND, see http://www.enneagramcoachtraining.com/events/bigmind/
The Road to Redemption: Hollywood Enneatype Characters Attain Personal Transformation—But First, the Hell Realms. Presented by Riso-Hudson Part I Faculty, Gayle Scott
Viewing extensive film clips from three illustrative Hollywood movies—featuring one protagonist from each of the three Centers—participants saw how an Enneagram type’s egoic compulsions and drives can lead to a character’s moral and psychological unraveling, and also how waking from the type- specific trance of personality can liberate our essential nature. http://www.enneagramcolorado.com
The Mindful Enneagram. Presented by Riso-Hudson Student, Ruth Shell
Ruth introduced participants to the compelling benefits and practice of mindfulness meditation. There was an overview of current research, discussion, and three exercises to learn how to cultivate a daily practice. Ruth’s new CD, “The Mindful Enneagram – 9 Meditations for Personal Transformation” offers nine different meditations based on the path of growth for each Enneagram type. These meditations help individuals develop awareness and release habitual patterns. More information and audio samples at http://www.ruthshell.com.
Nine Money Journeys: Healing and Transformation through Money. Presented by Riso-Hudson Certified and Authorized Teacher, Margaret Smith
We explored how the Enneagram can be used as a framework for understanding money as a complex and dynamic system through the nine domains of money. We then discussed how our instinctual stack and nine personality types together impacts our relationship to money and affects the way we relate to these nine money domains. By looking at each of the nine types, their particular growth edge with money, we see quickly how the issues of money, personal growth, and spiritual connection become interrelated. http://www.enneagraminstitute.com/NetMembers/IE_LA_InlandEmpire.asp
The Triadics and the Objectivity of the Enneagram. Presented by Riso-Hudson Student and Nine Domains Group Member, Joyce Stenstrom
This presentation was an exploration of the ways in which the Enneagram personality types have been organized into groups of three types each, the Triadics. When considered together, the interplay of the Triadics found in Riso-Hudson teachings have extraordinary mathematical properties. In addition, they reveal a correspondence to esoteric teachings and findings from various fields of science. What becomes evident is that the Four Triadics, as a group, will provide new insights and practical applications.
The Enneagram Games: Life Prison® and Typical®. Presented by Riso-Hudson Student, Per Striegler
In the phenomenal new Enneagram board games, Life Prison® and Typical®, you can discover insights into yourself and a diverse outlook on others. Making personal development through serious play. Typical® is the family board game for 3-6 players who wants to discover diversity through a valuable social play. http://www.perstriegler.dk/
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