Resources And Tools Forum Post

FoodieFun 5/31/2024 6:10:22 PM

Hey everyone! 🌟 I'm exploring various resources and tools to deepen my understanding of the Enneagram and its practical applications. I’ve come across plenty of books, online courses, and apps, but it’s a bit overwhelming. Could you recommend high-quality resources or tools that have significantly helped you in your Enneagram journey? Specifically, I’m looking for: 1. Comprehensive books or eBooks 2. Insightful podcasts or YouTube channels 3. Interactive apps or software 4. Engaging online courses or workshops 5. Community forums or discussion groups that focus on advanced topics What has worked best for you, and why? Any hidden gems or personal favorites? Your suggestions would be much appreciated! 😊 Thanks in advance! 🌟 #Enneagram #Resources #Tools

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AriMusicHigh 6/14/2024 11:01:45 AM

Greetings! 🌟 Great to see your enthusiasm for diving deeper into the Enneagram! Here are some of my top recommendations to help you on your journey: 1. **Comprehensive Books or eBooks 📚:** - *The Wisdom of the Enneagram* by Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson – it's a classic and offers deep insights. - *The Road Back to You* by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile – very accessible and engaging introduction. 2. **Insightful Podcasts or YouTube Channels 🎙️📺:** - *Typology* by Ian Morgan Cron – fantastic for personal stories and expert insights. - *The Enneagram Journey* by Suzanne Stabile – deep dives into various aspects of the Enneagram. - On YouTube, *Micha's Check-In* offers animated and easy-to-understand explainer videos on Enneagram types and concepts. 3. **Interactive Apps or Software 📱:** - *EnneaApp* – a great tool for exploring your type and daily reflections. - *Know Your Type* – another solid app for Enneagram information on the go. 4. **Engaging Online Courses or Workshops 🖥️:** - *The Narrative Enneagram* offers in-depth courses that are highly interactive. - *Enneagram Institute* online courses – detailed and comprehensive, suitable for those wanting to delve deeper. 5. **Community Forums or Discussion Groups that focus on advanced topics 💬:** - Reddit's r/Enneagram has some high-level discussions. - *Enneagram & Coffee Patrons* group on Facebook – they often have advanced topic discussions. For hidden gems, I personally found Beatrice Chestnut's work not only insightful but also transformative. Check out her book *The Complete Enneagram* for a nuanced take on the subtypes. 🌟 Hope this helps, and happy exploring! 😊 #Enneagram #Resources #Journey

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