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Using the Enneagram in Prayer A Contemplative Guide

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Using the Enneagram in Prayer
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A Contemplative Guide
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Suzanne Zuercher, an authority on the Enneagram, a system of spiritual psychology based on personality types, explores the best way for people of each Enneagram to pray.

Reflecting on a number of different prayer practices from the perspective of each triad, Zuercher explores how the Enneagram can help develop a contemplative attitude toward life. Anyone who has used the Enneagram as a tool for personal growth will find this wise book is a concise source of deeper self-awareness and an invaluable guide on how to use the Enneagram in prayer.

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Format: Paperback book
Product code: AM711732
Dimensions: 5" x 7"
Length: 128 pages
Publisher:
Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 9781594711732
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Written by Suzanne Zuercher, O.S.B.

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“There is hardly anybody on the scene who understands the spiritual depths of the Enneagram, as does Suzanne Zuercher! Her constant insights are grounded, not just in good psychology and good theology, but also with an uncanny grasp of the brilliance of this spiritual tool. She represents the depths that the Enneagram came from and the depths where it can lead you.”
Fr. Richard Rohr, O.F.M.
“What a treasure this book is for all who minister in the field of spirituality, spiritual direction, and retreats. Clearly Suzanne is steeped in both the Enneagram and in a profound, seasoned knowledge and understanding of our human/God journey. Thus, in clear understandable language, she gives a tool for moving into our own inner truth and companioning others who invite us to walk with them on their journey.”
Rita Lui, O.P., Director, Racine Dominican Retreat Program at Siena Center, Racine, Wisconsin