The Enneagram is a tool that awakens our compassion for people just as they are, not the people we wish they would become so our lives would become easier.”

IAN MORGAN CRON

There are so many methods of self-help available to us nowadays, but the use of the Enneagram in this context is not just being educated in a tool. Rather, it is a prompt to look at the character of Christ, to awe in the reality that we are made in the image of God, and to submit ourselves to the work of Holy Spirit in our lives unto experiencing true transformation.

Whether you are someone receiving Enneagram coaching/consulting from me, are a Spiritual Director looking for resources, or are just looking to learn more about the Enneagram within a Christian worldview, hopefully these resources will be of aid to you.

RECOMMENDED RESOURCES

IT CAN OFTEN BE DIFFICULT TO KNOW WHERE TO START WHEN LEARNING ABOUT THE ENNEAGRAM. HERE ARE SOME OF THE RESOURCES THAT I’VE FOUND MOST USEFUL.

PODCASTS

Videos

Here are some videos that give a pretty good foundation to key Enneagram concepts and fundamentals.

Reading List

A Creative Look at the Enneagram

A LOOK AT THE ENNEAGRAM THROUGH THE MUSIC OF SLEEPING AT LAST. Listen to Chicago-based singer-songwriter, producer and composer, Ryan O’Neal share his songs inspired by the different Enneagram types – and discusses the different types with Chris Heuertz, the author of The Sacred Enneagram.

“One”

“Two”

“Three”

“Four”

“Five”

“Six”

“Seven”

“Eight”

“Nine”

While I am not a fan of tests when it comes to the Enneagram, for my coaching and consulting I use the Wagner Enneagram Personality Style Scales test. A test is a test, and can be impacted by seasons of life, how much sleep you got last night, and even your mood. So, it’s not an end all. However, it is a helpful tool that I use to begin the conversation of how we think and act in the world. This test is in-depth, while affordable.

WEPSS Test