The Enneagram and the Incarnate Heart
Led By: Rev. Michelle Meech
Suggested Donation: $360
Tuesday, 17 November – Friday, 20 November 2020
You’re invited to dive deep into the Enneagram on this retreat. We begin with this belief: All creatures are beloved children of God. But how do we wander so far astray from God and the experience of God’s love? In this retreat, we’ll explore how each Enneatype experiences its heart’s initial wound and how the false self, which develops as a protective response to the pain of that wound, actually ends up creating what it most fears. In this workshop, we’ll use the lens of the Holy Ideas to help illuminate the path of freedom that is our heart’s true desire. We will use group instruction, individual and group processing, movement, and meditation. This retreat is appropriate for those who have a working knowledge of their own Enneatype. If you are new to the Enneagram, please contact the instructor at least one week prior to the start of the workshop.
Michelle Meech is an Episcopal priest and has been teaching the Enneagram in workshop and discussion formats for nearly 20 years. She was trained through the Enneagram Institute by Don Riso and Russ Hudson and is dedicated to the work of transformation through helping people bring more compassion to themselves and the people in their lives. Michelle is currently the Rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Kingston, NY where she lives with Bella, the sweetest dog in the world, and her beloved wife Ana.