28 April 2020

Enneagram Mapmakers Interview with Helen Palmer

Helen Palmer is among the most influential Enneagram teachers and authors in the modern era of this tradition. Her first book The Enneagram: Understanding Yourself and the Others In Your Life, set the standard for type descriptions and has become an international bestseller.

In this episode Helen guides us in an inner witness awareness practice. Not only is this Helen’s very first podcast but her vulnerability here is inspiring as she reveals parts of her story publicly for the first time.

Helen Palmer is a teacher of psychology and intuition, and a Core Faculty member of The Narrative Enneagram. In 1994, Helen and the late Dr. David Daniels co-chaired the first International Enneagram Conference at Stanford University. She is also a Founding Director of the International Enneagram Association.

 

4 Responses

  1. Linda

    Thank you so much for sharing Helen’s wisdom. This is particularly helpful for a series of listening & healing meetings we are planning at our church.

  2. Becky

    So many ah ha light bulb moments. This was just beautiful to listen to. Thank you for sharing your experiences and wisdom Helen. I’m looking forward to your next book!

  3. Debbie

    Therapy for many years and an internal focus on personal and spiritual growth for the past 25 years, I can not believe I’m just learning of the Enneagram. I am confident that in this space in time that has been created by COVID (my own day to day changing little as a healthcare worker) the Enneagram found me through Chris at exactly the right time. I’ve been waiting for my copy of The Sacred Enneagram, I even tried the Audible version, but after hearing Chris’s warm voice through the podcast, the narrator fell short. In the meantime I can not stop listening to the podcast.. I am excited to listen to the podcast again in the future with better understanding.
    What has been so attractive is the affirmation that the Enneagram is less about a type then it is this larger path of growth through all the types.
    I’m hooked. Thank you Chris.

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