Spotlight: Deep Living Institute2019-12-27T08:38:27-05:00

Spotlight: Deep Living Institute

BEYOND DUALITY: Living at the Intersection of our Infinite and Finite Nature
with Roxanne Howe-Murphy, EdD

May 6-11, 2020 | Dublin, Ireland

What is wanting to unfold within you at this important time in your life? How do you find anchoring in your deep nature while navigating these times of the quickening pulse?

EnneaCrossings™, in development since 2012*, is a dynamic matrix bringing together two powerful ancient symbols of conscious awakening: the Enneagram and the cross-cultural cross. This integrated symbol reveals something new and universal for our spiritual journey. In this retreat, explore four deeply held dynamics of ego identity that feed the illusion of separateness and struggle as well as teachings and practices that support surrendering to our integral wholeness and interconnectedness through an awakening heart. The intersecting of the vertical, Infinite dimension of our being with our horizontal, Finite nature brings into focus the great tasks asked of we humans and provides keys to engaging in robust inner work.

You are invited to engage in this pioneering body of work with the EnneaCrossings™ explorer and author. The retreat includes brief teachings, somatic discoveries, silence, individual and partner inquiry, and experiences with the mat.

For more details and to register: enneagraminsights.ie
For info on other Beyond Duality retreats and programs: deeplivinginstitute.org

Roxanne Howe-Murphy, Ed.D., is founder and Senior Faculty of the Deep Coaching Institute, and the Deep Living Institute. She authored Deep Coaching: Using the Enneagram as a Catalyst for Profound Change, Deep Living: Transforming Your Relationship to Everything That Matters through the Enneagram, the 2020 revised and updated Deep Living with the Enneagram: Recovering Your True Nature (released February 14), and is working on her next book based on EnneaCrossings™.

NOTE: Roxanne and her colleague, Diana Redmond, discovered the symbol they called the EnneaCross™ in 2012. With further study, it has evolved into EnneaCrossings™.