September 30 - October 02
EnneaMotion: Emotional Intelligence, Brain Science & the Enneagram
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Emotional Intelligence is having the ability to respond effectively, no matter what. This usually means expanding our comfort zone, but ouch! That’s usually difficult.
Brain Science explains the neural pathways that we develop with our patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions. Old, ineffective patterns are difficult to change because of the strength of these pathways. Change is easier when we increase our emotional intelligence, or expand our comfort range, by creating new pathways for confidence, patience, or other inner qualities that have been elusive.
The Enneagram is a personality system that describes nine different styles of thinking, feeling, and behaving, each with a set of gifts and challenges. It’s one of the most powerful tools for understanding ourselves and others.
EnneaMotion uses movement to explore these personality styles, increases our insight and compassion, and re-patterns the brain to create new neural pathways for the expression of the best of all human qualities. This increases our comfort range, our emotional intelligence and our sense of wholeness, balance, and joy.
Andrea Isaacs created EnneaMotion in 1994. It is one of the easiest ways to increase emotional intelligence. She is a founding faculty member of the Riso-Hudson Part II professional training program established in 1995, was co-founding editor-publisher of the Enneagram Monthly and now teaches her programs around the world. She is engaged in several creative collaborations focused on emotional intelligence, spirituality, and leadership.
"Andrea Isaacs is a visionary pioneer in the body-based approach to the Enneagram. Her work is highly moving, impactful, and transformative. To experience her is to experience a true master at work." —Russ Hudson
"Andrea’s work has to be experienced to be fully appreciated; it goes deep and is transformative." —Don Richard Riso, co-author, Wisdom of the Enneagram and Personality Types