February 21-23, 2020 at Camp Capers in Comfort, TX:
9 Ways to Wholeness
The Enneagram is a dynamic system for understanding ourselves (and others). Unlike many of the more static personality typing models, the Enneagram leads us to deep self awareness, and personal transformation, helping us discover our true selves, beyond our ego and default behaviors. The Enneagram doesn’t put you in a box, but helps you see the box you already inhabit (and offers ways to get out!) The nine ways of experiencing and being in the world articulated by the Enneagram, help us live beyond our knee-jerk, default reactions and behaviors, and engage God, the world, and ourselves with fewer obstacles, and more compassion and understanding. In our weekend together, you will gain an understanding of the Enneagram system, identify your number, and cultivate some tools for self awareness and transformation.
Beth Robertson Mueller is a child of Westminster Presbyterian! She grew up at WPC, and her parents Marian and Richard Robertson still attend. Beth currently serves Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church as the Sr. Director of Worship Arts. She has been a student of the Enneagram for more than 15 years, and has studied in a variety of contexts with a number of teachers. She has been teaching Enneagram wisdom both at Shepherd of the Hills and in the broader community for several years, with an in-depth, conversational approach. She is funny, approachable and knowledgeable. Her husband Rob Mueller is Pastor of Divine Redeemer Presbyterian Church in San Antonio, and they have 6 grown children between them.