The Practical Enneagram

Cultivating the Inner Observer, with Ingrid Hurwitz

April 13, 2021 Rezzan Huseyin Season 1 Episode 8
The Practical Enneagram
Cultivating the Inner Observer, with Ingrid Hurwitz
Show Notes

Organizational consultant, coach, and my monthly Saturday Enneagram teacher,  Ingrid Hurwitz, describes the importance of the Inner Observer in Enneagram work with characteristic lucidity. 

  • What Ingrid gets up to in the world with Enneagram [01.18]
  • How she felt when she was first diagnosed as a Sexual Seven [02.27]
  • Ingrid's view of the importance of subtype [04.55] and how she discerns subtype of clients [06.17]
  • How she moves to Sexual One ('holy rage') [09.10] and Sexual Five [10.30]
  • Why Ingrid started working on a Ph.D. on the development of the Inner Observer [11.24]
  • Why the capacity for the Inner Observer is needed [12.51]
  • Is the Inner Observer the same as the state of mindfulness? [13.55]
  • How does a person develop the Inner Observer [18.10]
  • Does the Enneagram help us to inhabit the Inner Observer? [20.45]
  • How we know we have a developed capacity for the Inner Observer [24.00]
  • Practical ways to cultivate the Inner Observer [28.45]
  • Ingrid's personal practices [32.50]
  • The distinction between non-attachment and detachment [35.30]
  • Ingrid's type-specific programs, Into the Wounded Heart [40.35]


References:
To attend Community Practice Sessions, email Renate Landman at: [email protected]
IEQ9
RHETI
Sam Harris's meditations
Evagrius Ponticus


About Ingrid:
Ingrid's website
To learn more about her workshops, email Ingrid at [email protected]

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