Using the Enneagram in Prayer: A Contemplative Guide


Using the Enneagram in Prayer: A Contemplative Guide ➩ [Ebook] ➤ Using the Enneagram in Prayer: A Contemplative Guide By Suzanne Zuercher ➵ – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Suzanne Zuercher an authority on the Enneagram a system of spiritual psychology based on personality types explores the best way for people of each Enneagram to pray Reflecting on a number of differen Suzanne Zuercher an authority on Enneagram in PDF ´ the Enneagram a system of spiritual psychology based on personality types explores the best way for people of each Enneagram to pray Reflecting on a number of different prayer practices from the perspective of each triad Zuercher explores how the Enneagram can help develop a contemplative attitude toward life Anyone who has used the Enneagram Using the PDF/EPUB or as a tool for personal growth will find this wise book is a concise source of deeper self awareness and an invaluable guide on how to use the Enneagram in prayer.


5 thoughts on “Using the Enneagram in Prayer: A Contemplative Guide

  1. Jerry Rose Jerry Rose says:

    567 Enneagram here whose boorish zeal bolsters temporary self confidence to the 891 enneagramWhere is my useless liberal arts degree? Literature has been my most joyous pursuit of my last year since leaving the MA in Medical phys program yet I I have not gained any skill of note besides a critical analysis of self and journey nor any understanding apart from authors' contemplations on the big uestions insofaras you gain from finding the big uestions in life than the big answersWhile I did enjoy the discussions of faith through 1 symbols why do people use certain metaphors and when do they use the metaphors2 emotions in experiences when overcome with emotions see yourself as an agent in the circumstance common to life and how a person can cope positively or negatively with the emotion3 ascribing meaning to other objects in perceptual gestalt through the models of eastern religion Jungian what is the apple's purpose in your dreamhow is does it feel about the knife interacting with it; groundedness by living out your dreams; buddhist aligning scripture with yoga postures; zen showing that you are no individual but a part of the scene you are sitting in4common prayers fidelity or duty driving dialogue5other self reflections Suzanne Zuercher did not go deep in her thoughts each idea was a page or two ^Aforementioned reasoning^ for not appreciating this writing


  2. Jessica Jessica says:

    This had some nuggets I'll be coming back to I think it's potentially a helpful tool for spiritual directors who want to incorporate the Enneagram and their spiritual Direction ministry I found a couple things I'd like to do with some of my directees in here


  3. Rachel A. Dawson Rachel A. Dawson says:

    This book is awesome — a short bt mighty dive into how to use the enneagram in prayer— and I highly recommend it to anyone who already loves this tool and wants to take it further in their faith life It’s not a good one to grab if you’re new to the enneagram but it’s great if you already have a basic understanding and want to look at things from a new angle I underlined SO MUCH Even though it goes through the triads instead if individual types it was SO spot on for me type 1 through and through and was really eye opening Loved this one


  4. Sean Post Sean Post says:

    So theologically insubstantial that it is of no use Of course I wouldn't critiue this if it wasn't supposed to be a distinctively Christian work A real disappointment


  5. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    some of this book was great but the rest of it was a bit naff helpful review hey?


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