You know your Enneagram number. Now what?
Often discussed as personality imperfections and struggles, people initially seem fascinated with knowing their Enneagram number. But what some experts say is missing is a quest to go deeper into Enneagram growth and use that knowledge for personal growth and enlightenment.
In today’s episode, I’m joined by blogger and former ministry leader, Tim Branch — author of The Enneagram Growth Guide: How to become healthier in your number. In this episode we discuss:
- How Tim became interested in the Enneagram
- Why he believes there’s a lot we’re missing out on when it comes to the Enneagram and why focusing on Enneagram Growth is important
- The significance of the “childhood wound” and the role it plays in each person’s quest to protect and succeed
- Why Tim believes that each number’s traits can be representations of God’s goodness, grace and power in our lives and the world
Wrapping up the show today in the Odds & Ends ending, I’m playing an audio clip shared by friend of the show, Mickela (who joined me for The Freezer Meals Episode) about the importance of getting a concussion baseline measurement for any child playing sports. And lastly, I’m sharing a water bottle recommendation that’s taking my high school friend group by storm. I’ve linked to it on my Amazon Shop page, along with all of the recommendations I’ve shared on the show.
Thanks for tuning in this week for this mid-week episode. I’ll be back Monday with a regularly scheduled episode. Take care, Regan
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