In this week’s episode I talked through the different aspects of the enneagram and what specifically triggers anger in each enneagram point. The enneagram is important because when you understand what’s driving people’s behaviour, you become a more effective communicator. You speak in a way that’ll allow others to hear you. Even more importantly, you’re able to bridge conversations that would otherwise be deeply entrenched because you’ll understand the deeper motivation.
(Side note: This is really helpful information to have at hand if you’re trying to understand different people’s responses to a global pandemic!)
Here’s a quick summary of the different points:
In this week’s video I invited you to simply recognise what resonates for you and recognise where it shows up in the body. We’ll work with that next week.
Interested in books about rage? We’ve a few favourites we recommend right here.
Want to access the rest of our series on Women and Rage? You’ll find that right here.
Need to unpack the patriarchal conditioning that’s keeping your emotions suppressed and unexpressed? Take our short course here.
We’ve also created a journalling prompt for you to download here (or by right clicking on the image below) and unpack your own thoughts around anger.
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