Enneagram Workshop in Mendham
Sister Laura Katharine will present an Enneagram Workshop–Enneagram II: Relationship on Saturday, February 4, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Community of St. John Baptist, 82 West Main St., Mendham. The workshop fee, $40, includes lunch.
The Enneagram is a powerful and dynamic personality system that describes nine distinct and fundamentally different patterns of thinking, feeling and acting. Its name comes from the Greek ennea, “nine,” and grammos, “model.” This symbol has its roots in the Middle East in ancient spiritual traditions and is represented by a circle enclosing nine equidistant points connected by nine intersected lines. The nine points represent the ways in which the nine different personality types perceive and defend their realities. No one of the types is better or worse than any other. Each type has its own way of viewing life, its own mental and emotional preoccupations, and its own talents and abilities.
Sr. Laura Katharine has been an Episcopalian Sister since 1964 and is a member of the Community of St. John Baptist. In her tenure, she has attended numerous Enneagram workshops and has guided many individuals and couples by way of the Enneagram.
Attendance is limited to twelve persons; please contact Jean Marie at [email protected] with your reservation.