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The Enneagram Journal

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For Volume 5 of the Enneagram Journal, editors CJ Fitzsimons, PhD, and Jerome Wagner, PhD, have scoured the Enneagram community for articles that are challenging, thought-provoking, and informative. Ideas that might not have been seen by a broad audience are now on display for the whole Enneagram community to sample and digest.

This issue also represents the diversity of thought about and application of the Enneagram in this community. Volume 5...

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Overview

For Volume 5 of the Enneagram Journal, editors CJ Fitzsimons, PhD, and Jerome Wagner, PhD, have scoured the Enneagram community for articles that are challenging, thought-provoking, and informative. Ideas that might not have been seen by a broad audience are now on display for the whole Enneagram community to sample and digest.

This issue also represents the diversity of thought about and application of the Enneagram in this community. Volume 5 of the Enneagram Journal covers contributions as diverse as

  • Anna Sutton surveying research on the Enneagram,
  • Jerome Wagner on Theodore Millon's personality theories,
  • Virginia George on Thomas Merton,
  • Alaor Passos and Claudio Naranjo on a new school of human growth and permanent reeducation,
  • Peter McNab on combining NLP, Spiral Dynamics, and the work of Ken Wilber with the Enneagram,
  • Sabine Gramm on combining the Enneagram with the work of Friedemann Schulz von Thun,
  • Katherine Chernick Fauvre and David Fauvre on the Enneagram Tritype,
  • Gina Thomas offering an Enneagram perspective on the American myth of progress, and
  • Clarence Thomson on how understanding the Enneagram enriches your reading of other books.

Book reviews by

  • Susanne Povelsen of Sex, Love and Personality - The Nine Faces of Intimacy by Mona Coates and Judith Searle, and
  • Kathryn Grant of The Enneagram of Death by Elizebeth Wagele

round out this volume of the Enneagram Journal.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780985786113
  • Publisher: International Enneagram Association
  • Publication date: 7/8/2012
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.42 (d)

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