A Time to Sow and a Time to Reap

By hhavlick / November 10, 2014 / 2 Comments

Ever had a season where you are knee-deep in work, work that you love and that you know will eventually bear fruit? Well, that’s where I am right now. I have just finished the writing portion of my first audio…

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Further Up Maslow’s Pyramid: Self-Esteem vs. Real Meaning

By hhavlick / November 3, 2014 / 0 Comments

No, you’re not seeing double. I didn’t finish my thoughts on Maslow’s famous pyramid last week, so here it is again. I’m sure that’s terrible for SEO, but it must be done. I left off talking about the three basic…

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Maslow’s Hierarchy and the Enneagram of Instincts

By hhavlick / October 28, 2014 / 3 Comments

How are you doing with your Superego/Inner Critic? Are you noticing its influence in your life? Are you able to shut it up? It’s a life-long battle, but one worth fighting. Just today my Superego said something very rude about…

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Detecting and Dismantling The Superego

By hhavlick / October 20, 2014 / 1 Comment

We left off last week at the point where we discovered just how messed up the Superego’s nine primary messages are. They are based on fallacies, not objective and punitive in nature. The Superego gives you gold stars for obeying…

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The Superego: Not So Super After All

By hhavlick / October 12, 2014 / 3 Comments

We have journeyed around the entire Enneagram symbol now – what else could there be to talk about? So much! We have barely scratched the surface of knowledge and understanding about human personality and its implications. Believe me when I…

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Enneagram Type Nine: Keeping the Peace – Sort Of

By hhavlick / October 6, 2014 / 2 Comments

Here we are, at the last stop on the Enneagram dial: Type Nine. Being last seems appropriate here, since when Nines are stuck in their personality, they think they’re no big deal and don’t really matter. But of course they…

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Enneagram Type Eight: Large and in Charge

By hhavlick / September 29, 2014 / 0 Comments

We’ve just left the Head Center and entered the Gut Center to arrive at Type Eight – The Challenger, The Defender, The Boss. The phrase “large and in charge” must have been coined by or about an Eight! This Type…

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Type Seven: Fleeing Into Fun

By hhavlick / September 23, 2014 / 9 Comments

If you’ve seen Clementine in the film “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” you’ve seen a Seven in action. Constantly changing her hair color, she is a party girl with tons of energy and lots of ideas – great fun…

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Enneagram Type Six: Loyal – Well, Sort Of

By hhavlick / September 16, 2014 / 0 Comments

We remain in the Head Center this week with an exploration of Type Six. A joke in the Enneagram world is that if you can’t figure out which type you are, you’re probably a Six. That’s because the Six is…

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Enneagram Type Five: Life on the Observation Deck

By hhavlick / September 9, 2014 / 6 Comments

I think the title of this blog would make many Fives chuckle. The two Fives I know best love science fiction (as I do) and would get the reference. And, in fact, Russ Hudson, co-founder of the Enneagram Institute, speaks…

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Quick Start Guide to Centering Prayer

This short guide gives you the essentials for learning to be still and quiet before God so you can hear his voice and feel his love in a deeper way.

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