Upcoming Workshop: International Enneagram Association

Patt will be presenting a workshop at the International Enneagram Association Conference being held from July 28-31, 2011 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.

Conference events also include Keynote Speaker Tom Condon’s talk on “The Five Elements of Change” and Ginger Lapid-Bogda’s Endnote talk on “The Enneagram and Global Change.”

All in all, there will be over 60 talks, including:

Russ Hudson, David Daniels, Jessica Dibb ~Embracing Our Shadow:  How the Enneagram can Liberate Us or Limit Us

Jerry Wagner ~ Working with our Sweet Spots, Blind Spots, and Hot Spots

Katherine Chernick Fauvre ~Tritype Archetypes and Instincts: Exploring Advanced Nuances of Tritype

Rabbi Howard Avruhm Addison ~Manifesting the Divine: The Enneagram, Kabbalah and Transformative Practice

Andrea Isaacs ~EnneaMotion and Somatic Focusing: Increasing Emotional Intelligence

Valerie Atkin ~Build Your Enneagram Practice/Business

Bénédicte de Navacelle &  Mathilde Bourdin ~ Dancing the Enneagram

Hugo Kruger Droguett ~Organizational Culture and Enneagram

Patt Lind-Kyle ~ Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain: Combining the New Science of Brain Synchrony for Creativity, Peace, and Presence

Jeff Lyons ~Story Structure, Character & Plot: How to Use the Enneagram System to Become a Master Storyteller

For more information about the Conference, visit www.internationalenneagram.org

Also, you may enjoy watching Patt’s talk on the Enneagram as an excerpt of her interview with Dr. Emmett Miller on Healing Times Radio:

Video: Finding Home Base (from the 2010 ISNR Conference)

In this video from her presentation at the 2010 International Society for Neurofeedback and Research Conference, Patt tells the story of how she got started with meditation and how she became inspired to share her experience of “finding home base” with her family, friends, clients and readers.

After Patt’s first 6-month meditation retreat, she asked herself “If I can experience this incredible, incredible state of happiness, and it can ride through me all the time – I don’t need to find it out there, it’s here, there’s no doubt it comes from here – how can I teach this to other people?”

She also talks about The Brain Mirror as an important feedback tool that she used to observe her own neuronal patterns during states of happiness and anxiety.

Watch now: