The Spirituality of the Enneagram: Experiencing Your Soul
Sewanee, TN 37375
Join Dr. Joseph Howell, author of Becoming Conscious: The Enneagram’s Forgotten Passageway, Lark Howell, and the faculty of the Institute for Conscious Being for an in-depth exploration into the Spirituality of the Enneagram. Learn how to explore not only your personality, but to directly experience your soul. Whether you are new to the Enneagram or have studied for year, this retreat gives foundational introduction to understand and apply it within your own spiritual life. for all on the journey.
Dr. Howell is the founder of the Institute of Conscious Being; he is a is a graduate of Samford University, Yale Divinity School, the University of Virginia, and was a fellow in Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School. He has been practicing clinical psychology since 1980 in Anniston, Alabama. He began teaching topics in spiritual development in the late 1980s and has traveled extensively presenting conferences and seminars in such disciplines as dream work, the Enneagram, levels of spiritual development, techniques in spiritual direction, and the theology of Henri Nouwen, his mentor at Yale Divinity School.
Lark Dill Howell, co-founder and retreat coordinator is a native of Anniston where she attends Grace Episcopal Church. She is a past chairman of the Alabama Diocesan Commission on Spirituality.
Jan Craver, a retired RN, a member of Yoga Alliance and Kripalu Teachers Association, will join us on the retreat as well. Jan has been teaching yoga classes on a weekly basis for the past fourteen years and leads yoga retreats in the Central Gulf Coast Diocese and beyond.
The Rev. Marshall Craver will be the chaplain for the retreat. He is the clergy spiritual director of the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast, and priest associate, Christ Church Cathedral, Mobile, Alabama.
To learn more, go to the Institute for Conscious Being website here.
The retreat ends at Noon on Sunday, March 3rd, with lunch being served afterwards.
REGISTRATION for this event closed on February 22, 2019. For more information or if you have questions, call St. Mary’s Sewanee at 931-598-5342.
Online bookings are not available for this event.