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DAY 2 - Safety Net

Updated: Jun 8

We often underestimate the impact our mindset has on our behavior. That's why it's important for us to engage in this foundational work of bringing awareness to how our core desire and limiting belief have been influencing how we engage with our emotions.


The more we can recognize what's happening beneath the surface, the less likely we are to use these strategies as a safety net. Then we will be more likely to expand the way we've defined our personality; freeing us to strengthen our emotional intelligence and deepen our emotional intimacy.

"The core truth that the Enneagram conveys to us is that we are much more than our personality. Our personalities are no more than the familiar, conditioned parts of a much wider range of potentials that we all possess." Riso and Hudson

Do watch our the video and take some time to complete the growth challenge seen below. We've also attached a handout with each types core desire, core fear and limiting belief.



Growth Challenge


Self-Observation

Pull away from yourself to watch yourself as though you were an unbiased outsider. Pick up a pen and practice some free-flow journaling. Think of a time you were faced with a feeling/emotion. What do you notice about the way you were thinking, the way you were feeling, or the actions you decided to take or not take?

He who knows others is learned. He who knows himself is wise. Lao Tzu

See you in the Facebook group.

Handout - Core Desire, Core Fear & Limit
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