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The Enneagram Journal

The Enneagram Journal

by Peter R McNab
     
 

For Volume 6 of the Enneagram Journal, editors Peter McNab and Jerome Wagner, PhD, have chosen some of the most challenging writing on the Enneagram over the past year, with a special emphasis on research.
These articles will support the growing interest in the Enneagram while also examining some of its closely held tenets. There is much here to keep all

Overview

For Volume 6 of the Enneagram Journal, editors Peter McNab and Jerome Wagner, PhD, have chosen some of the most challenging writing on the Enneagram over the past year, with a special emphasis on research.
These articles will support the growing interest in the Enneagram while also examining some of its closely held tenets. There is much here to keep all Enneagram enthusiasts engaged, from those new to the model to those work with it in their professional lives.

Volume 6 of the Enneagram Journal covers contributions as diverse as:


    CJ Fitzsimons and Jack Killen on using science to address the Enneagram's credibility problem,
    Dirk Cloete and Lucille Greef explore the role of using assessments to discover type,
    Raymond Nettmann and Vasi van Deventer take a new look at the connections between the Enneagram and Karen Horney's work,
    Deon Oosthuizen shares how he uses the Enneagram as a map of the psyche,
    David Hall looks at how type is expressed energetically, and
    Mario Sikora gives us a new take on "essence" and whether or not the Enneagram is a teleological model.

The Journal is rounded off with a review of Roxanne Howe-Murphy's "Deep Living" by Katy Taylor.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780985786137
Publisher:
International Enneagram Association
Publication date:
07/17/2013
Pages:
124
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.26(d)

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