Second Breath Enneagram: An Introduction
Day: Saturday, May 15
“The Enneagram helps us become a vehicle of Spirit.” Russ Hudson
At Second Breath, we offer the wisdom of the Enneagram in the context of our journey toward spiritual wholeness and our shift from ordinary awareness to spiritual awareness in our daily life.
The Enneagram is a tool to help us develop into the person God “had in mind” and as an instrument that guides us towards our True Self?
In this introductory offering, we will cover the following:
- Defining the Enneagram
- Exploring the 3 centers of intelligence (Body, Heart and Mind)
- Examining the Nine personality types and looking at how each views and reacts to the world
- Engaging spiritual practices that honors each center of intelligence
Second Breath offers a variety of tools that will be referenced to facilitate spiritual development based on the three centers of intelligence.
You may want to check out these tools (Second Breath App; Second Breath Inward Journey Spiritual Practice Cards and Booklet; and Second Breath Bucket Planner) to enhance your learning.
Faculty: Summer Estes
Conscious Living and Conscious Dying
Day: Saturday, June 5
Kim Bunce, Certified Sacred Passage End-of-Life Doula and iEnneagram Motions of the Soul Instructor, educates and advocates for the sacredness of both conscious living and conscious dying for all people.
In this workshop, Kim will share her story concerning how she came to this ministry and the importance of restoring death to its sacred place in our lives. When people face their death in a conscious manner, healing and compassion can occur on all levels of life—including the physical; emotional; spiritual; mental and practical. Kim will share some questions to facilitate this often challenging conversation; set forth a beginning path for folks to see where they are now and where they want to be concerning conscious dying; and other topics such as forgiveness, legacy and rituals that inevitably arise when considering a conscious death. Learn about Kim’s
special ministry of creating and composing what she calls “tussie-mussies” and how this touch of nature heals and consoles. Kim invites both older and younger people or several members of a family to participate in this workshop as a beginning point on the journey of conscious living and conscious dying.
Come join us as we support and celebrate this call of our Second Breath Community member, Kim Bunce, and open ourselves to learn how we might consciously embrace our death and life.
Guest Lecture: Kim Bunce
Second Breath Change
Day: Wednesday, July 7
Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm EDT
This workshop will focus on practical strategies and spiritual practices that help you make the changes you desire in your life. Whether you want to establish a regular spiritual practice, or you want to read more, get another job, lose weight, start yoga or simply be more patient and present as a parent, this workshop will provide you with practical information from the world of science and spirituality to bring about remarkable shifts in your life. We will work with our three centers of intelligence—body, heart and mind—and engage the energy of each to make changes in our lives. Other topics will include: why small changes make a huge difference; how to start a new habit; why the principles of gradual and repetition are important; how perfectionism and comparison are not friends with change; what we do with fears and set backs; the beauty of making the change satisfying; and how to stay motivated. With humor and support from one another, we can begin this new year with focus on how to make change which has the potential to make this year unfold in miraculous ways.
Faculty: Ruth D. Anderson, PhD