As part of his ongoing series, ‘Enneagram of Famous Figures’, Subhuti examines two current political leaders.
Just when you thought that you had escaped the Royals from this news outlet, a take from Subhuti from another angle, that of the Enneagram.
Subhuti writes in detail on how a method for enlightenment ended up in court. “The Enneagram’s deepest value lies within the context of meditation. That is the turning point, at which self-understanding becomes spiritual transformation.”
One, the Perfectionist, explained through a famous book character and an equally famous actress who played the part.
In this case study, Subhuti illustrates the strategy of Enneagram Number Two (‘The Giver’) with singer-songwriter Dolly Parton.
Subhuti takes Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen (1934-2016) as an example of an Enneagram Number Four: the Tragic Romantic.
Continuing with the Enneagram of Famous Figures, Subhuti explains numbers Nine and Seven taking more British Royals as examples.
Subhuti continues his Enneagram series and takes a British Royal as an example of Number Seven’s ‘everything is fine’ attitude.
While Subhuti examines the lives of both performers, we learn about the Enneagram numbers Three and Six.
Subhuti continues his series ‘Famous Enneagram Figures’, this time discussing numbers Nine and Five.
A Number Eight romantically linked with a Number Nine? Subhuti continues his series ‘Enneagram Famous Figures’ to help us grasp the types.
Playfully created by Ravi and Subhuti at the end of the first day of Subhuti’s Enneagram workshop in St. Petersburg.
A journey with the Enneagram from Oscar Ichazo’s original school to Osho’s Multiversity – an essay by Subhuti.