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The Enneagram   The Enneagram
Simon Parke


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The Enneagram: A private Session With the World’s Greatest Psychologist is a time-honoured way of understanding personality types and human behavior. It is both ancient and modern. Developed over 1500 years by Sufi and Christian mystics, it was revised and extensively expanded in the 20th century by the disciplines and insights of Western psychology.

It identifies nine types of personality, nine ways of being, describes how they interrelate and is widely used today as a perceptive guide to self-understanding.

In this original and thought-provoking book ‘Enneagram’ unveils her insights in the form of letters to and from enquirers. These finely-drawn portraits of the nine faces of humanity will not only give you a deeper understanding of who you are, but will also guide you through the complex inner world of others.


About the author

Simon Parke was a priest in the Church of England for 20 years and is now a freelance writer. His books include The Journey Home, One-Minute Mindfulness and Solitude: Recovering the power of alone.  Simon runs, leads retreats, meets with people looking for a new way in their life and follows the beautiful game with more passion than is helpful.


Publisher: White Crow Books
Published April 2012
216 pages
Size: 229 x 152 mm
ISBN 978-1-908733-34-4
 
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