Format: pdf and mp3
Book: 177 pages, incl experiential exercises
Guided mp3: 42 minutes
From the Enneagram perspective
The book fills a void in the Enneagram literature, where there is a lot of talk about centres — the three (or more) types of intelligence available to us as humans. But usually, we mostly hear of them as homes to three Enneagram types each: as the centre triads, rather than simply centres of intelligence. Similarly, we hear about the instinctual drives, or “subtypes” — usually described as variants of the Enneagram types, which account for differences among individuals of the same type, while descriptions of the instinctual drives as such are harder to come by.
Still, if you’ve never heard of the Enneagram or the personality types that it describes, that’s no problem. In this book, we explore both the centres and the instincts as they are and for what they are, separate from type.