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Deepening | The Heart Retreat with Russ Hudson, Deborah Rose Longo and Melanie Monsour
15 May , 2019 - 20 May , 2019
The Heart Retreat is part of a series of 2019 Enneagram workshops with Russ Hudson in Asia.
The focus of this retreat will be on deepening our understanding and use of the Enneagram for personal transformation, focusing on the deeper qualities of the heart. This work is not only for Types of the Heart Center. It will be an exploration of how we live from a deeper source of identity, no matter what our Enneagram Type is.
It will provide personal, hands-on experience through which we will deepen our connection with the real intelligence and capacities of our hearts. This will facilitate work on areas such as self-images, narcissism, defense mechanisms, and how events in our personal history impact our present. Also featured are exercises such as physical movement in the form of the Gurdjieff Movements, spiritual teachings, meditations, music and small group work.
Deepening | The Heart Retreat
15 to 19 May 2019
Russ Hudson is co-founder of The Enneagram Institute, and is one of the principal scholars and innovative thinkers in the Enneagram world today. He is also President of Enneagram Personality Types, Inc. He has been co-teaching the Enneagram Professional Training Programs since 1991, and is a founding director and former vice-president of the International Enneagram Association.
Russ is co-author of The Wisdom Of The Enneagram, Personality Types, Understanding the Enneagram, Discovering Your Personality Type and The Power Of The Enneagram. Russ also assisted Don Riso in writing Enneagram Transformations. He holds a degree in East Asian Studies from Columbia University in New York, from which he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Deborah Rose Longo
An instructor of the Gurdjieff Movements for over 35 years. Deborah’s approach to teaching the Gurdjieff Movements, emphasizes the importance of balancing the Three Lines of Work (Work on oneself, Work in the group and Work for the Greater Good), not only in the movements class, but also in life.
She has been the pianist for Sacred Movements events around the world and has performed the music of Gurdjieff/De Hartman in the U.S., Europe, Australia, Chile, India, Russia, Canada and South Korea for 23 years