39 - The Enneagram & Communities (feat. Dr. Holly Oxhandler & Dr. Jon Singletary)
Did you like last week's episode? Then you're in luck! Dr. Holly Oxhandler returns as this week’s guest host, sitting down with Dr. Jon Singletary again to talk about the Enneagram some more. This week, they talk about how the Enneagram can be applied to communities using the thinking/feeling/doing centers, how each of these centers impacts communities’ responses to various issues (including promoting mental health), and where the Enneagram & mental health may intersect.
(I'd recommend listening to last week's episode first to get a good introduction to the Enneagram.)
Things we mention in this episode/other resources:
- Holly’s previous appearance on CXMH in episode 31 - Does It Matter If Your Therapist Is Christian?
- Discover Your Soul Potential: Using The Enneagram to Awaken Spiritual Vitality by Kathy Hurley & Theodorre Donson
- The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships by Ian Morgan Cron & Suzanna Stabile
- The Path Between Us: An Enneagram Journey to Healthy Relationships by Suzanna Stabile
- Suzanne Stabile’s podcast, The Enneagram Journey
- Jon’s article ‘You Are Not Your Personality: Why the Enneagram Matters’
- “God has created us to be a much more whole, complete kind of person.” (tweet)
- “My best self is someone who balances doing, thinking, & feeling.” (tweet)
- “Wellness and well-being, at its best, includes a mental component as well.” (tweet)
- “It’s only by taking care of yourself can you provide support to others.” (tweet)
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Intro/Outro music for this episode is ‘Fall Down’ by Rivers & Robots.