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

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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Stay connected to the Practical Enneagram:
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Twitter 

Email me: [email protected]

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]

***

Stay connected to the Practical Enneagram:
Website
Instagram
Twitter 

Email me: [email protected]