Women’s Enneagram Type 8 Exploration

Tuesday Evenings:

7:00 – 8:30 pm

October 19, 26 & November 2, 9

Online via Zoom

About The Class

Those who lead with an eight are powerful and energetic, often finding themselves in the role of advocate. With a take action, take charge attitude, they are confident leaders. Leaning too heavily on these gifts, leading with an eight can result in forgetting limitations and working to the point of exhaustion.

This series offers an opportunity to explore type 8 with “your people”— those identifying as women who lead with an 8. For this type in particular, gender influences the experience of leading with an 8. Our exploration will include the gifts and challenges, the virtue of innocence, and the defense mechanism of denial. How do your type patterns show up in daily life? How does your energetic style drive your decisions to take action? What supports you to have a tender heart? How might others support you?

Each online session will include an interactive presentation, questions for reflection, small group discussion, and practices for growth.

 

Prerequisites

  • This series is designed for those who are familiar with their Enneagram type patterns.
  • Internet capability to access Zoom video conferencing and basic understanding of Zoom.

How It Works

Register for the class using the button below. You’ll receive an email confirmation.

A Zoom link, password, and other essential information will be emailed to you by the Monday by October 18.

Group will be limited to 12 participants.

Registration

$100.00 
Scholarships Available

*Registration closes Friday, October 15. 

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Mary Noble Garcia

Instructor

Mary is a certified Enneagram teacher and received her training from the Narrative Enneagram. In the Enneagram she discovered a compassionate tool for growth that integrates spirituality, psychology, and body wisdom. Mary received her spiritual direction certificate and MA in theology from St. Catherine University. Her desire to honor true self and nurture loving relationships inspires her to facilitate opportunities for individuals and groups to listen with compassion, deepen connections, and grow in freedom.

Questions?

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651-641-0008
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Or email us at info@loyolaspiritualitycenter.org