Oct 8, 2022
Workshops by Core Faculty

Program Information

Unveiling Holy Ideas
with Renée Rosario & Christopher T. Copeland

The Holy Ideas in the Enneagram are a powerful doorway into greater personal and spiritual freedom. In nine different ways they represent what we have lost sight of through the lens of our type, and that gets mimicked by the type.

While the Holy Ideas are received experiences, not to be grasped by the cognitive mind, exploring them conceptually can give a glimpse into their lived reality.

In this workshop we will explore the development of our types as a particular loss of a Holy Idea, or quality of Being, and how we create a strategy to navigate life with this loss.  We will learn in depth about each of the Holy Ideas, using all three centers of body, heart, and mind, and practice methods to open to their reality.

We will end our time reflecting on how our experiences with the Holy Ideas impact our lives and how we might integrate them into our professional work as teachers and practitioners.

Who Should Attend

  • Certified Narrative Enneagram Teachers
  • Certified Narrative Enneagram Practitioners
  • Students in the Narrative Internship Program

This workshop will equip those that have already been trained in the Narrative to dive deeper into the holy ideas, experience how these may manifest for them, and what application this may have for their professional work.

Location & Schedule

Live Online Workshop via Zoom

Saturday, October 8, 2022
9 am-2 pm Pacific

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Standard Registration Fee: $175

Early Bird Registration Fee: $150
Save $25 when you register by September 9, 2022.

Things to Know

Technical Requirements

A computer with stable internet access is required for online programs. You do not have to have a Zoom account. More detailed schedule information will be shared approximately one week before the course begins, along with the Zoom link and password.


Please view our cancellation policy.

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