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  • Wer du bist - eBook
  • Ian Morgan Cron
  • 17 December 2017

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  1. says:

    The names Suzanne Stabile and Ian Morgan Cron may or may not mean something to you When I heard they were writing a book about the Enneagram, I paid attention Stabile is a well known Enneagram teacher I ve never been able to attend one of her workshops but I ve followed her online for a while Cron is probably better known as an author and Episcopal priest, although he s done some speaking on the Enneagram in recent years The combination of Stabile and Cron her extensive knowledge plus his gift for the narrative results in an easy to read and understand resource that will surely help many people identify and better understand their type.The Road Back To You provides an introduction to the Enneagram, my favorite personality type system, and why it s beneficial to figure out your type They then devote a chapter to each type As I read, it struck me how truly readable the book was I ll forever sing the praises of Rohr s The Enneagram and Riso and Hudson s The Wisdom of the Enneagram but they have ...


  2. says:

    If you are new to and curious about the Enneagram, I think this book is a fantastic way to start digging into it Cron wonderfully explains each type, giving context to them in many ways work, childhood, relationships as well as details the various elements of the Enneagram wings, stress, security It was insightful, accessible and entertaining, and has truly opened my eyes to how I see the world in a particular way as well as how other people very unlike me see the world and that gives me the ability to reframe my relationships with other people so I am slower to judge, quicker to listen and overall gracious.On the other hand, if you have absolutely no idea what the Enneagram is, you can take this free test granted you can also just read about the 9 types and figure out which one you are, but I think the test is a helpful starting place I d encourage you to do some rese...


  3. says:

    I kept hearing about the Enneagram, took a quiz and got multiple answers, that s when I decided to go diggingMany of my very favorite podcasts mention the Enneagram and I got curious This book was a wonderful introduction There are 9 categories that you can fall into with wings and shades of others What does this all mean Cron spends time explaining what a healthy number looks like vs someone struggling with their related deadly sin I kept trying to think of this as it relates to my closest friends and family members Changing and adapting my thought process when dealing with conflict and added some new life mantras to help me move forward and own ...


  4. says:

    Super helpful and enjoyable introduction to the enneagram I d read nothing on it previously other than a couple inline summaries, and this was an accessible and relatable entry into what seems to be a rich and complex thing It moves quickly, it is co...


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    Knowing my Myers Briggs type never did much for me Knowing my Enneagram number has deepened my self awareness, given me practical and specific tools for growth, and helped me better understand people who are wired entirely differently than me.Part of what makes this ancient personality typing system so compelling is the fact that your number is not a static description of yourself it s a spectrum you re constantly engaging with as you learn to recognize the behavioral patterns, coping mechanisms, and ways of seeing the world both healthy and unhealthy that are rooted in your number and how they evolve as you do The idea that your greatest strength is simply a conquered integrated version of your greatest weakness i.e., your struggles and victories emerge from two sides of the same coin fascinates me, and echoes wisdom found across many spiritual traditions Meanwhile, reading up on the other numbers tends to inspire a needed dose of compassion for people that might otherwise frustrate and or mystify you Since becoming familiar with the nine Enneagram types, I ve largely stopped asking the question How could anyone think that way Cron and Stabile don t bother getting into niche Enneagram topics here, like the instincts, subtypes, or levels of development For that kind of depth, check out any of the detailed tomes written on the topic by Riso Hudson or Richard Rohr Instead, this is an ac...


  6. says:

    My love and I have optimistically embraced personal growth and deeper self awareness since our beginning almost nine years ago to better ourselves as both a faith based married couple, mothers to our two adorable children, assertive individuals, mirrored souls with a beautiful life journey together, and philanthropists with a profound love for humanity.Together, we ve gracefully developed in an all encompassing matter alongside the in depth knowledge we ve gained on cognitive functions, Myers Briggs, and Big Five personality traits only in recent months have we delved into the ancient enneagram system.We ve taken both the official Enneagram Institute type indicator, the Tritype enneastyle theory questionnaire, as well as numerous unofficial enneagram personality tests online All have been conclusive with the same resultsThis enneagram type seven with four and nine Tritype 749 7w6 4w5 9w1 is happily married to an enneagram type eight with five and three Tritype 853 8w9 5w6 3w2 Not sur...


  7. says:

    I discovered this book by listening to Anne Bogel s whatshouldireadnext podcast, episode 141 She and Ian Morgan Cron were talking about the Enneagram s of various authors and characters in books I had already taken to test to determine my Enneagram type, but I still wasn t sure I listened to the audiobook first, narrated by the author, then purchased the book I needed to go through it in detail This book really hel...


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    Summary Describes the Enneagram and each of the nine types, and how these may be helpful in Self discovery, uncovering one s true self and experiencing spiritual growth.John Calvin, and many others have observed that knowledge of God and knowledge of self often go hand in hand Often, what we do not know or knowledge that has been colored by the wounds of our upbringing deflect us from knowing God and ourselves truly One of the tools that has been found increasingly helpful by many spiritual directors and others who work with spiritual formation is the Enneagram It s roots go back to a fourth century Christian mystic, Evagrius, who developed a system based on the seven deadly sins, plus an overarching sin of self love G.I Gurdjieff first developed the Enneagram figure and two personality psychologists, Oscar Ichazo and Claudio Naranjo developed the modern theory that underlies the Enneagram It was introduced into spiritual formation circles by Catholic retreat leader Richard Rohr and several other Jesuit priests.Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile provide a readable and witty introduction to the Enneagram with chapters on each of the nine types They begin by giving some of the background of the Enneagram and list each of the nine types and the corresponding deadly sin each type is most susceptible to They areThe Perfectionist Anger The Helper Pride The Performer Deceit The Romantic Envy The Investigat...


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    Maybe it s because I came to this book already equipped with a basic working knowledge of the enneagram, but I found The Road Back to You to be a bit helpful in my understanding of the enneagram than Richard Rohr s book The Enneagram A Christian Perspective , which was my introduction to the enneagram and a major source of guidance for many others and which, frankly, left me a little confused Ian and Suzanne s writing made the characteri...


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    My favorite quotes from this book The Enneagram should only be used to build others up and help them advance on their journey toward wholeness and God When we stop trying to change people and simply love them that they actually have a shot at transformation The Enneagram is a tool that awakens our compassion for people just as they are, not the people we wish they would become so our lives would become easier Each type is at its core a signpost pointing us to travel toward and embrace an aspect of God s character that we need I did enjoy the explanation of the Enneagram for a novice like me This book makes a deep subject easy to read although I have many questions coming out of this book.The Enneagram does a great job at revealing our faults deadly sins showing us why we make certain choices or react a certain way Each number by itself...


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About the Author: Ian Morgan Cron

Ian Morgan Cron is a bestselling author, nationally recognized speaker, Enneagram teacher, trained psychotherapist, Dove Award winning songwriter, and Episcopal priest His books include the novel Chasing Francis and spiritual memoir Jesus, My Father, the CIA, and Me Ian draws on an array of disciplines from psychology to the arts, Christian spirituality and theology to help people enter dee