Honoring Our Differences, feat. Rabbi Evan Moffic (Enneagram 3) [S02-033]

 


How do we use the Enneagram to honor our differences? First, we have to be willing to look at our own story and bravely explore our own dark side.  One of the beauties of the Enneagram is that it helps us become more self-aware, to own our dark side, and to begin to live with more compassion and appreciation for difference.  When we truly understand the Enneagram we see that one type is not better than another. Each type is different and that difference enriches us.

But if we’re afraid to look into our shadow side, our dark side, the shadow side of us can take forms of discrimination, and we're all guilty of it in one way or another.

In today’s show, we invited Rabbi Evan Moffic to join us again to talk about how a lack of appreciation of differences, or even indifference, can foster an environment of antisemitism and discrimination of all types, and what we can do to begin to unwind or reverse the momentum of antisemitism and all forms of discrimination. 

 

About Rabbi Evan Moffic

Rabbi Evan Moffic is a renowned author and Jewish scholar. He’s a high honors graduate of Stanford University and the youngest rabbi of a major congregation in the United States. He is an Enneagram three, AKA the performer, and loves and uses the Enneagram to support his own journey toward personal transformation, and as a tool in his work with other people, as well.

You can connect with Rabbi Evan Moffic at rabbimoffic.com.

If we don’t see the meaning and the purpose of what we do, if we don’t see it as helping us become a better husband or wife or father or teacher, if we don’t see our religious practices and traditions as part of living a better story, of living a better life, then we’re not going to keep embracing it, then we’re not going to really see why it’s important.
— Rabbi Evan Moffic

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