The third of our Exploring the Enneagram workshops with Tim Laurence will focus on The Heart Types.
No prior knowledge of the Enneagram is needed, and you don’t need to have done the Hoffman Process to attend. Knowing your Type, and perhaps recognising other people’s Types is a good start, but not essential – you’ll certainly have come across many examples of the Types being explored in your life. You can read a Q&A with TIm that explains more here
Introducing the Heart Types
- The Two – The Helper, aware of and attentive to the needs of others, they seek to help.
Pros: giving, self-sacrificing with big hearts. Cons: codependent, hidden pride, flatterers. Also known as the Giver.
- The Three – The Achiever, always on the go, getting things done.
Pros: ambitious, goal-oriented, focused. Cons: overly image-oriented, superficial, vain. Also known as the Performer
- Four – The Individualist, special and different in style, oriented towards the deeper feelings and meanings of life.
Pros: sensitive, artistic, in tune with a more profound rhythm. Cons: yearning for what isn’t there, self-absorbed, overly attached to suffering. Also known as the Tragic Romantic.
Date: Saturday 24 April
Time: 9.30am until 1.00pm (BST) including a mid-morning screen break.
Led by: Hoffman UK founder Tim Laurence
If you missed the two previous Enneagram workshops that focused on the Head (5, 6, 7) and Body (8, 9, 1) Types, it is still possible to purchase the audio and workbook of each session. Email the Hoffman office for more details: email@example.com
A note on confidentiality:
Confidentiality is important in this workshop so that all participants feel safe to be fully self-expressed and (if desired), to share their experiences. By registering for this workshop, you agree to not discuss any other participant’s experience or anything that another person shares in a way in which that participant can in any way be identified. You also agree to not audio or video tape any portion of the session and, wherever possible, to keep your own camera switched on in order that we are all visible and present to each other. This helps to enhance trust and community.
- Exploring the Enneagram with Tim Laurence
April 24, 2021
9:30 am - 1:00 pm