The Practical Enneagram

Everything is energy, with Andrew Hahn

August 31, 2021 Rezzan Huseyin Season 1 Episode 18
The Practical Enneagram
Everything is energy, with Andrew Hahn
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The Practical Enneagram
Everything is energy, with Andrew Hahn
Aug 31, 2021 Season 1 Episode 18
Rezzan Huseyin

Interview with Clinical Psychologist and Founder of Life Centered Therapy,  Andrew Hahn (Sexual Four). Andrew describes his Enneagram of Essence process and the energetics of our Enneagram type patterns. 

  • Andrew's introduction to the Enneagram [2.10]
  • What led him to develop his Essence Process [5.00]
  • The first time he used the Essence Process on an Enneagram Type One client [8.25]
  • Is this a somatic approach to the Enneagram? [10.15]
  • In what order do we work to become aware of the energetics of our type patterns - the subtype pattern, the centers' pattern, and the energetics of our core fears? [11.55]
  • Energetics of the subtypes [15.10] (sexual - up and out; self-preserving - in and down; social - up and diffuse)
  • Energetics of Centers [18.35] (Heart - forward and out; Head - back and in; Belly - up and diffuse).
  • How Andy identified core fears for the Belly, Heart and Head types [21.37] (They are 'I have no Heart', 'I have no Head', and 'I have no Body'.)
  • A practice for working with the energetics of our type patterns [25.45]
  • How to integrate essence work in coaching [29.20]

Recommended reading
Essence and the Enneagram - Rediscovering Who We Really Are - Part I
Essence and the Enneagram: Rediscovering Who We Really Are Part II

Learn more about Andrew's work:

Life Centered Therapy website 

The poem I read, Falling into Grace, by Andrew Hahn

What I want to know is
When you fall down
How do you respond?
Do you pretend
You have not fallen?
And if you do
Do you deny the grace
That is your place
When you fall?
Do you experience just how small
You really are?
Or deny the very essence of
That truth
And in that act
Deny yourself
And not tend to your garden?
What I want to know is
When you fall down
How do you respond?
Do you frown
Not knowing that you’ve grown?
Do you groan at the naked pain
And curse the Gods as a refrain?
Or do you refrain
From wallowing in the pain
Experiencing exquisite pain
A labor
Leading
To creative
Birth?


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Show Notes

Interview with Clinical Psychologist and Founder of Life Centered Therapy,  Andrew Hahn (Sexual Four). Andrew describes his Enneagram of Essence process and the energetics of our Enneagram type patterns. 

  • Andrew's introduction to the Enneagram [2.10]
  • What led him to develop his Essence Process [5.00]
  • The first time he used the Essence Process on an Enneagram Type One client [8.25]
  • Is this a somatic approach to the Enneagram? [10.15]
  • In what order do we work to become aware of the energetics of our type patterns - the subtype pattern, the centers' pattern, and the energetics of our core fears? [11.55]
  • Energetics of the subtypes [15.10] (sexual - up and out; self-preserving - in and down; social - up and diffuse)
  • Energetics of Centers [18.35] (Heart - forward and out; Head - back and in; Belly - up and diffuse).
  • How Andy identified core fears for the Belly, Heart and Head types [21.37] (They are 'I have no Heart', 'I have no Head', and 'I have no Body'.)
  • A practice for working with the energetics of our type patterns [25.45]
  • How to integrate essence work in coaching [29.20]

Recommended reading
Essence and the Enneagram - Rediscovering Who We Really Are - Part I
Essence and the Enneagram: Rediscovering Who We Really Are Part II

Learn more about Andrew's work:

Life Centered Therapy website 

The poem I read, Falling into Grace, by Andrew Hahn

What I want to know is
When you fall down
How do you respond?
Do you pretend
You have not fallen?
And if you do
Do you deny the grace
That is your place
When you fall?
Do you experience just how small
You really are?
Or deny the very essence of
That truth
And in that act
Deny yourself
And not tend to your garden?
What I want to know is
When you fall down
How do you respond?
Do you frown
Not knowing that you’ve grown?
Do you groan at the naked pain
And curse the Gods as a refrain?
Or do you refrain
From wallowing in the pain
Experiencing exquisite pain
A labor
Leading
To creative
Birth?


Stay connected to the Practical Enneagram:
Website
Instagram
Twitter

Email me: [email protected]