Rosemary Hurwitz teaches us how each of the nine types has a Wellness Map: how the Enneagram’s stress and security points can guide us away from our unwell tendency and towards our “heaven on earth.”
- “God doesn’t ask us to be perfect. God asks us to be in conscious process.” -Rosemary Hurwitz
- 1: Good Reformer “Not my problem”
- 2: Loving Giver “Giving AND receiving”
- 3: Effective Achiever “What am I feeling? What’s my truth?”
- 4: Original/Romantic “I have everything I need to grow”
- 5: Wise Observer “In participation is the best experience” (being engaged without being attached)
- 6: Loyal Vigilant “To thine own self be true”
- 7: Joyful Adventurer “Loosen my inner critic” or “Stay.”
- 8: Powerful Protector “Balance is the key to my true power”
- 9: Peaceful Mediator “Resolve little things before they become big” (I know it feels like you don’t care, but *I* need to know what you need; it’s not good for me to steamroll you)
- “We are all a rainbow of God; everyone is beautiful.” -Rosemary Hurwitz
You can find Rosemary at spiritdrivenliving.com, and she invites you to email her at email@example.com.
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