Online Retreat Details
July 17 Friday 5:30-8:00pm CDT
July 18 Saturday 12:00-4:30pm CDT
July 19 Sunday 12:00-2:30pm CDT
*If you are unable to join us LIVE the playback will be available to everyone who registers.
The invitation to be together and explore our humanness and our divine essence is a sacred one. During this very special retreat weekend, we will use the map of the Enneagram to discover how our personality structure is calling us inward to become curious about, seek contact with and begin to understand, who is inside having all these experiences. We will center our time around the questions:
- “How does our horizontal: hunter/gatherer reality intersect with the vertical: spiritual reality?”
- “What is it that allows us to access and reconcile the split between these two often disparate realities?”
- “How do we take our spiritual experiences into our daily lives and learn how to relax reactivity at the root of the arising?”
Please note: This retreat will be most beneficial if you have a basic understanding of the Enneagram and a relative grasp on which type you most identify with. If your personal type is unclear, Marion will do her best to help you uncover it.
Marion Gilbert, R.P.T., has been practicing physical therapy for 42 years and is the owner of a well-established physical therapy practice and movement studio in Grass Valley, CA. She has extensive training in CranioSacral Therapy, Somato-Emotional Release and Trauma Resolution. Marion has been actively using the Enneagram professionally and personally for the past 17 years. She emphasizes understanding the role of the somatic lens of perception in facilitation of personal and spiritual transformation in the Enneagram. Her specific interest is in developing somatic awareness for reconciling three-centered awareness in relationship to contemplation and awakening. Marion developed the Somatic Enneagram Certification Training and is teaching locally and internationally. She is an Adjunct Faculty member of The Narrative Enneagram and an Advisory Board member of the Enneagram Prison Project.
To learn more about Marion, please visit her website at mariongilbert.com.