The Practical Enneagram

Working with polarities, with Renate Landman

April 27, 2021 Rezzan Huseyin Season 1 Episode 9
The Practical Enneagram
Working with polarities, with Renate Landman
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The Practical Enneagram
Working with polarities, with Renate Landman
Apr 27, 2021 Season 1 Episode 9
Rezzan Huseyin

Executive Coach and Facilitator, Renate Landman (SP3), shares how she integrates polarity work with the Enneagram and practical ways to work with this in coaching.

In this episode:

  • How Renate became obsessed with polarity [00.46]
  • The main polarities in the Enneagram [04.00]
  • How Renate introduces this work to her clients [04.40]
  • How do we know we are polarised? [06.55] - we feel some sort of strong emotion. "You have to look at where the opposite is" [08.00]
  • Is this a cognitive intervention? [09.14]
  • Some straight talk [11.42]
  • Renate's personal journey as a Type Three [1]

Polarities in the Enneagram:
Ego identification and avoidance (or "me and not me's").
Fixation and Holy Idea (duality in the Head Center).
Passion and Virtue (duality in the Heart Center).
Line point to other Line point.
Between the Wings. 

References:
IEQ9 practitioner training
To attend Renate's one monthly Enneagram Community of Practice sessions, email Renate: [email protected]
Renate's bio on IEQ9 Faculty page

Stay connected to the Practical Enneagram:
Website
Instagram
Twitter 

Email me: [email protected]

Show Notes

Executive Coach and Facilitator, Renate Landman (SP3), shares how she integrates polarity work with the Enneagram and practical ways to work with this in coaching.

In this episode:

  • How Renate became obsessed with polarity [00.46]
  • The main polarities in the Enneagram [04.00]
  • How Renate introduces this work to her clients [04.40]
  • How do we know we are polarised? [06.55] - we feel some sort of strong emotion. "You have to look at where the opposite is" [08.00]
  • Is this a cognitive intervention? [09.14]
  • Some straight talk [11.42]
  • Renate's personal journey as a Type Three [1]

Polarities in the Enneagram:
Ego identification and avoidance (or "me and not me's").
Fixation and Holy Idea (duality in the Head Center).
Passion and Virtue (duality in the Heart Center).
Line point to other Line point.
Between the Wings. 

References:
IEQ9 practitioner training
To attend Renate's one monthly Enneagram Community of Practice sessions, email Renate: [email protected]
Renate's bio on IEQ9 Faculty page

Stay connected to the Practical Enneagram:
Website
Instagram
Twitter 

Email me: [email protected]