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155 – Enneagram: Quieting Your Mind (Head Types)
Anxiety is the basic emotional posture of the head types. Some of us may rely on getting more information, or finding the right people, or simply get distracted with pleasures in order to avoid the feeling of anxiety. Join Bill and Kristi as they identify the unique challenges of each type and share how they can take their anxiety to Jesus.
154 – Enneagram: Relaxing Your Control (Gut Types)
The basic emotional posture for the gut type is anger. Depending on your specific type, it may come out as aggression, passive-aggressive, or resentment. Bill shares how the enneagram has helped him to process anger as an indicator of stress and find pathways for relaxation.
153 – Enneagram: Self-Acceptance (Heart Types)
Many pastors, helpers, and care givers may resonate with the heart types. They are good at tuning into other people’s emotions while being sensitive to their own emotions. Kristi shares her journey as a “helper” type and how the enneagram has helped her process shame and find acceptance in God.
152 – Enneagram: Dealing with Conflict (Peacemaker Type)
Peacemaker types are gifted at recognizing how others see the world but may have difficulty seeing their own needs and wants. Join Bill and Kristi as they continue to draw from their daughter Briana and how the Enneagram has helped her identify areas of growth and stress points.
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151 – Enneagram: Expressing Your True Self (Peacemaker Type)
Do you resonate with the Peacemaker type or know someone who does? Join Bill and Kristi as they have an engaging dialogue with their daughter, Briana, on how the Enneagram has helped her to grow in her self awareness and in her intimacy with Jesus.