The three forces of Passion-Aggression-Delusion also generate the three points within each of the three centers (234, 567, 891). This EnneaBit is one in a series presenting a Buddhist Enneagram.
The three forces of Passion-Aggression-Delusion are broadly associated with our three centers, Heart-Head-Body. This EnneaBit is one in a series presenting a Buddhist Enneagram.
The Buddha teaches the cause of suffering is passion, aggression and delusion. This threefold movement powers the Enneagram. This EnneaBit is part of a series presenting a Buddhist Enneagram.
The Buddha’s Second Noble Truth of the threefold cause of suffering maps directly onto the Enneagram’s Law of Three. This threefold karmic movement is the Enneagram’s engine. This EnneaBit is part of a series presenting a Buddhist Enneagram.
Learn more about the Enneagram Head Center and the Points 5-6-7 through two sermons entitled ‘Twas Grace That Taught My Heart To Fear. The first is more Christian in flavor and references the esoteric nadir of the Enneagram. The second is more Buddhist in flavor.
The work of personal transformation can be difficult. It helps to remember our Basic Goodness. What is your fundamental orientation to the nine ennea-types?
Along with thoughts and emotions, the type patterns also manifest bodily through gestures & postures. Body mindfulness is a great tool. How do you get physical with your type pattern?
Presenting the Buddhist Enneagram: a look at how the Buddha’s Second Noble Truth maps onto the Enneagram’s Law of Three to generate the 9 ennea-types. This EnneaBit explores some esoteric aspects of the Enneagram.