Hero's Enneagram

An Enneagram Adventure Thru The Archetypal Hero's Journey | taught by Trent Thornley

Course description

Do you enjoy great TV, films, or novels? Myths and folklore? Do you enjoy great storytelling of any kind?

. . . and . . . Do you want to learn more about the Enneagram?

Then this class is for you! It explores both the Process Enneagram and the Personality Enneagram using Joseph Campbell's discovery of the archetypal story arc found across cultures: The Hero With A Thousand Faces.

Examples are cited from Star Wars, Wizard of Oz, Mad Max: Fury Road, and Lord of the Rings.

Each lesson includes a summary chart in a downloadable PDF.

Enjoy your adventure in learning!

Trent Thornley
Trent Thornley

Trent is an Enneagram educator and life coach. He developed the Living Enneagram approach, and he facilitates workshops all across the United States.

Trent is an ordained Buddhist Dharma Leader in lineage of Anam Thubten at Dharmata Sangha. He is also an ordained minister of the Metropolitan Community Churches, a progressive denomination celebrating queer spirituality. All of his education and coaching work is open and affirming of all paths.

Trent holds a masters degree in Buddhist Studies from the Graduate Theological Union and a Certificate in Buddhist Chaplaincy from the Institute of Buddhist Studies. He has years of rigorous spiritual practice in various Buddhist traditions.

trent@livingenneagram.com

Contact me with questions, comments, feedback, corrections... or anything else that comes up from taking this class!

Course Curriculum

Point 9 - Ordinary World
02:53
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Point 1 - Call to Adventure
03:45
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Point 2 - Meeting the Mentor
04:09
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Point 3 - Trials & Tests
04:27
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Point 4 - Innermost Cave
05:32
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Nadir - Ordeal
02:04
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Point 5 - Reward
04:34
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Point 6 - Flight Home
04:52
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Point 7 - Resurrection
05:13
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Point 8 - Return With Boon
04:03
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Reviews (3)

by leighah beadle-darcy

by Anne-Marie Doecke
Again, I feel it is very true. I could identify with the different stages. I can't help wondering if some of the stories in the Bible could be linked to this as well. Just a thought.

by Tess Bradley

by leighah beadle-darcy

by Anne-Marie Doecke
Again, I feel it is very true. I could identify with the different stages. I can't help wondering if some of the stories in the Bible could be linked to this as well. Just a thought.

by Tess Bradley