We continue our discussion of the Enneagram and walk through the needs, focus, issues, and fears of types 5 through 9.
The Enneagram, like no other personality assessment I know, challenges a person to face “their stuff”.
There is something specific, unique and true about each one of us, that only our individual selves can take ownership for. Ideas that want to be expressed in this particular body, at this particular time, in this particular person. It takes courage to say Yes to those ideas. It takes work. The system doesn’t bend to make it easy for you, you are going to change the system.
Don’t ever apologize for the space you occupy. (Even if you’re an culturally apologetic Canadian.) It discounts what you have to offer, and it rules out what others are able to receive.
Out of great tragedy and a slow and painful healing process Laura has gained confidence to speak her truth. Having learned the hard way what can happen when people’s inner wisdom is silenced by following a dynamic and compelling leader.