Enneagram 5 in Practice
April Theme: Exploring Intimate Relationships
This month we’ll explore type Five’s focal points – from commitment to loneliness, detachment and avarice – in intimate relationships. What have you learned and how have you grown from past experience? Where is your developmental edge right now?
Join Jordan for a monthly facilitated practice group designed specifically for Enneagram 5’s, where we will support each other on the path of becoming clear-minded, wise and compassionate. Please note that this group is dedicated to practices for Enneagram Fives and will not discuss all Types. In order to learn more about the full Enneagram, check out the Integral Enneagram resources available on Integral Life, and attending the Harnessing the Power of Your Enneagram ILP session. You can also consider the book Wisdom of the Enneagram by Don Riso & Russ Hudson.
“Being with a tribe of 5’s was fascinating, and relaxing. The guided practice had me embodied and open, and I had the insight that since I had two opposite experiences with the same person in 24 hours, it was clearly me as an originator. You can’t beat the opportunity for breakout sessions with strangers : )” – Karin Payne.
“LOVED this teacher. “ – Rezzan Huseyin.
“I liked the practical exercises to see how fiveness works. And the talk with the others who attended the session.” – Florent Couturier.
Meet Your Practice Leader
Jordan Luftig is a weaver and facilitator of transformative leaders, movements, and ideas. He serves as Co-Director of Kinship Blooms, a nonprofit institute for regenerative and equitable futures, and as Senior Advisor at JumpScale, a wellbeing-oriented investment advisory firm and innovation lab. Jordan is a founding member of the Guild of Future Architects and an Integral Master Coach. He is well-versed and accomplished in the worlds of Silicon Valley startups, non-traditional higher education, foundations, and NGOs.