This unit explores the relationship between a person’s identity and their spirituality through the Enneagram personal mapping system. It will identify the resourceful and non-resourceful dimensions of each personality type as well as fruitful ways to promote spiritual growth and personal development.
Students will engage with their own perceived personality frameworks and the impact these have on their developing awareness of self, God and the world in their everyday life experiences.
Articulate a critical understanding of the key components of the Enneagram mapping system
Engage with the diversity of approaches in which the Enneagram is interpreted and used in contemporary society and practice
Demonstrate a reflective understanding of their personality type and its influence on their everyday lived experience
Critically evaluate the Enneagram as a mapping tool for one’s spiritual life particularly in relation to prayer, discernment, work and ministry
Lectures, seminars, tutorials
1500 word self-awareness report
3500 word essay
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 17 Jul, 2016
Unit Record last updated: 2019-05-10 08:11:58 +1000