Monday, February 25, 2008

Total Eclipse of the Enneagram Autobiography Class 6 Recap

Once upon a time, I was falling in love; now, I'm only recapping the final class.

We started off with most people talking about saying yes when they mean no and how it's best if you don't let drunk and/ or controlling people make your decisions for you.

Then, we briefly touched on type 1 (see pages 97 - 124 of The Wisdom of the Enneagram) before rushing out to see the moon looking like this:

and then this:


I thought the eclipse would have progressed further by then, but I misunderstood the time at which it was to occur. A perfectionist, I am not.

We did a relaxation meditation and learned that, like cubes, we are six-sided.

We talked about the "Seven Tools for Transformation" given on pages 345 - 347 of the book and also here and handed out copies of "The Stages of the Work" from page 383.

At last, we looked at the moon again. It was doing this:

and this:

We watched until the earth's shadow briefly blotted it out of the sky.
Up next: this Wednesday, Mary Beth and I will lead a session of informal chat and meditation. All are welcome to join.



4 comments:

David said...

Ahhh. I've been blogged! How strange.

I enjoyed Wednesday. It was a lot of fun.

Anonymous said...

I could tell you about your link, but I don't like always being the bearer of annoying news.

rusnash said...

Lucky. In Denver the sky was completely overcast and we got no view of the eclipse at all.

Cindi said...

The link is fixed now.