Enneagram Boot Camps

With Suzanne Stabile


Dallas, TX: Enneagram Boot Camp I
March 19th - 23rd, 2015

Dallas, TX: Enneagram Boot Camp I
June 4th - 8th, 2015 

Dallas, TX: Enneagram Boot Camp II
July 30th - August 3rd, 2015

SOLD OUT! Jackson, MS: Boot Camp I

Jan. 8th - 11th, 2015

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Join us for a multi-day retreat where we will explore intermediate and advanced concepts of the Enneagram using lecture, small group, dyad and triad discussion formats.

Course content will include work in triad, stance, and sub-type groups as well as relationship instruction. Participants will also be provided opportunities to journal and complete exercises designed for their individual personality types which will assist them in growing and developing on their personal journey.

Registration is limited to 40 participants for each camp and understanding of your Enneagram personality type is a pre-requisite.

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Contemplative Prayer

Taught by: Rev Joseph Stabile               

In this workshop we will follow the advice of Matthew 6:6 that says if you want to pray - if you want to relate more profoundly with God - enter your inner room. Close the door, which is an invitation to turn off the internal dialogue and then pray in secret to your Father. It sounds on the surface like a solitary time and place, but how rare is that in our culture. Rather it is an invitation to become at ease and present to the divine indwelling, which is the life of the Trinity within each of us. The kingdom of God is within us as well as all around us.

For this workshop we will delve deeper into the practice of contemplative prayer. Our time will be spent both in study and in the practice of prayer with opportunity to share and reflect on the effect of this ancient form of prayer in our lives. In Matthew, Jesus says: your heavenly Father will reward you. Our reward will be the growth of faith, hope, and love and the fruits of the Spirit in our lives.

"Contemplative prayer is the movement of becoming acquainted experientially with God beyond the confines of rational dialogue. It is deeply imbedded in the Gospels and in the Christian tradition. Contemplative Prayer is an essential part of Holistic health." Father Thomas Keating, OCSO.

The sooner contemplative prayer can be experienced, the sooner one will perceive the direction toward which the spiritual journey is tending. From that intuition will come the motivation to make all the sacrifices required to persevere in the journey.


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