"The question I ask myself everyday, at least once and usually more is, 'What is mine to do?'” — Suzanne Stabile
What spiritual practices can help develop your resilience in challenging situations? Join us for this conversation with Enneagram teacher Suzanne Stabile as we discuss our individual responses to stress, the benefits of self-understanding, and the opportunities for growth that can be found all around us.
Let me invite you into a conversation with Suzanne Stabile, a spiritual teacher and author. Suzanne’s expertise is found in the study of the Enneagram, an ancient personality typing system identifying nine personality types that are expressed individually and in relationship to others. In our conversation, we talk together about liminal space and the pandemic and opportunities for personal spiritual growth. Suzanne shares a bit about the Enneagram and offers some resources for those who would like to learn more (including information about her most recent book, The Journey Toward Wholeness), but mostly we shaped our conversation in way that includes everyone, no matter if you are brand new to the Enneagram or a seasoned student.
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And without further ado — have a listen! We're so glad you're here.
— Ann Boyd
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