Relationship Intimacy and the Enneagram: Resource or Stress Points on the Journey to Marriage Satisfaction

Have you wondered how to grow with the enneagram so you can feel more satisfaction in your relationship? In this article learn how to move in to your “resource point” so that your own integration from doing so can assist in relationship satisfaction. This resource point is where we can access some important quality that… Read More »

Enneagram and Marriage Depth: Enjoy Heart Space and Directions of Integration for Your Personality, and in Your Relationship

Are you tired of being stuck in old personality habits? Want to grow your self and your relationship towards a deeper, heart-felt experience for both of you?   Learn how the enneagram of personality can be one of your deepest maps for integration in your own life, and in your partnership. Your higher self, beyond the… Read More »

The Enneagram of Personality: Test Your Self for Enhanced Sexual Intimacy in Relationship Counseling

Today I offer you a way you can further understand your self, and your partner, through taking a personality test, and learning about the enneagram of personality.    The Enneagram offers ways for you to grow your relationship with your self, and your partner, in some of the deepest ways I’ve discovered, as I’ve been… Read More »

The Enneagram of Holy Ideas: Relationship Help Through Understanding The Loss of Holding, and Uncovering Potentials for Basic Trust.

AH Almaas, in his book, Facets of Unity, The Enneagram of Holy Ideas, points people towards a grace, ease, or relaxation that can help our relationship with our selves, and our significant other.   Understand how one’s personality partially grew out of an attempt to try and establish a safe, dependable, holding environment, which opens up… Read More »

Three Tips: How to Get Out of Conflict, and Communicate for Better Sex.

Why is it we conflict the most with those we love?  Are you interested in moving beyond survival ‘fight or flight’, to an improved relationship? Relationship research shows us that as we get more familiar with our partner, their normal irritating quirks, blind spots, and normal self-centeredness cause a predictable “knot” of marital fighting.  We… Read More »