Seating is Limited – Register by April 18, 2016 degrees from the University of Illinois and Roosevelt University. She became a Certified Enneagram Instructor with Jerome Wagner in 1997 and continues to study with him. An IEA Accredited Enneagram Instructor, a Spiritual Director and Life Coach, Kathryn is 2016 Conference Chair for the IEA Global Organization. Kathryn facilitates study groups, leads retreats and teaches workshops on Enneagram theory and practice. She co-presented with Michael Goldberg at the IEA Global Conference in 2009 using Michael’s book Travels with Odysseus to illustrate the journey to home. Kathryn has taught numerous workshops using this resource with Michael’s blessing. First Analysis Institute of Integrative Studies P.O. Box 06236 Chicago, IL 60606-0236 Kathryn Grant holds With Kathryn Grant With Kathryn Grant Saturday April 23, 2016 9:00-4:00 Sunday April 24, 2016 9:00-4:00 Saturday & Sunday April 23, 2016: 9:00 am–4:00 pm April 24, 2016: 9:00 am–4:00 pm THE JOURNEY CONTINUES: SELF-DISCOVERY IN THE SECOND HALF OF LIFE The Journey Continues: Self-Discovery in the Second Half of Life With Kathryn Grant Integrative Seminar Series on the Enneagram in Chicago Mark Your Calendar THE JOURNEY CONTINUES: SELF-DISCOVERY IN THE SECOND HALF OF LIFE Integrative Seminars on the Enneagram in Chicago Sponsored by the First Analysis Institute of Integrative Studies and the Department of Psychology, Loyola University, Chicago Amount Enclosed ZIP E-mail address Phone City Address State For more information contact Jerry Wagner at [email protected] or 847-400-6507. You can park on campus in a 5-story garage for $7. From Sheridan Road, turn North into the Loyola Campus directly across from the walking mall on Kenmore Ave. From the garage, walk East to Coffey Hall, the long 4-story building East of Mundelein Center (the art deco building.) Enter on the South East side of Coffey Hall. N. Sheridan Road Travels with Odysseus acts as a guidebook for our journey to Home, to self. Maybe we have not literally been shipwrecked, yet have we not N. Kenmore Ave. The teaching story of Homer’s Odyssey brilliantly linked with Enneagram wisdom in Michael Goldberg’s work, Travels with Odysseus, provides N. Winthrop St. This seminar will be held in McCormick Lounge on the first floor of Coffey Hall at the Lake Shore Campus of Loyola University. The main campus is centered at 6525 N. Sheridan Rd. in Rogers Park and is accessible by CTA (Loyola stop) or by car. N. Broadway Ave. And then—a surprise! There is more to come. A final and fulfilling task—let’s agree to call it “the third half” of life. Bad math—great spiritual growth. The First Analysis Institute of Integrative Studies admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin and sex to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Institute. The Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, sex or physical handicap in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, and Institute-administered programs of any type. W. Sheridan Road Most of us are at least vaguely familiar with the story. The pre-story is told in The Iliad, the story of the Trojan War and the famous horse. This is the story of Odysseus’ first half, the clockwise direction. We meet Odysseus: victorious, a hero, acclaimed by all and (possibly) overly boastful and self-assured as he and his men/crew sail for home—Ithaca and his beloved wife Penelope. A distance of 565 nautical miles. A sea cruise of two weeks. It takes ten years. Advanced registration is required. Register by April 18, 2016. g $7 in Park W. Devon Road Coffey Hall McCormick Lounge Send your form and check to: First Analysis Institute of Integrative Studies P.O. Box 06236 Chicago, IL 60606-0236 E T le St rainvate ati d on The cost for this workshop is $125 which includes a continental breakfast and afternoon refreshments on Saturday and Sunday. On-campus dining and restaurants are within walking distance. Lake Michigan Tear off and complete this form and return it with a check payable to First Analysis Institute. W. Loyola Avenue CTA We will travel with Odysseus, learning of his journey—but more importantly recognizing our own. We will gain tips on how to deal with “the monsters,” how to recognize true wisdom, how to know when we are stuck and how to gain our own freedom. How to be completely Home with ourselves. Directions Saturday, April 23, 2016 9:00-4:00 Sunday, April 24, 2016 9:00-4:00 Interestingly, these two halves of our life’s journey correspond in many ways to traveling around the Enneagram—clockwise for the first half: counterclockwise for the second. Without stretching the story of the Odyssey or the wisdom of the Enneagram too far, this workshop invites you to explore the second half of your life, by taking the counter-clockwise journey. By taking this journey, fraught with danger and intrigue, Odysseus learns who he really is and what his life’s purpose is to be, encounters helpers and those who would do him in—gaining wisdom and losing false self along the way. Ultimately, Odysseus arrives home—to a great deal of trouble, not to spoil the story—knowing who he is, understanding his purpose and task and moving with grace and determination into the third half of life. Used as a source of insight and wisdom, this ancient amazing teaching story invites us to make this journey our own. 12 CE’s are available at no charge for psychologists, social workers, and counselors. Name The story of our life journey is written and told in two halves. The first—going out into the world, establishing ourselves, our careers, our families. Making our way. The second half—coming home to ourselves, our purpose, our legacy. Giving back. Set sail on the Aegean Sea and never leave dry land. No need to re-read the Odyssey (or for the first time); the story will be told. No sunscreen. No Dramamine. A gripping adventure and brilliant Enneagram wisdom awaits. Ship Ahoy! The Journey Continues: Self-Discovery in the Second Half of Life With Kathryn Grant met folks and situations similar to the Cyclops, Circe, Calypso, blind Tiresias—and so many more interesting folks—each holding something for us to notice and learn about ourselves and others? N. Sheridan Road THE JOURNEY CONTINUES: SELF-DISCOVERY IN THE SECOND HALF OF LIFE guidance and insight for this “second half” journey. Michael takes us on an adventure with Odysseus of going Home, visiting lands and meeting characters which exemplify the energy and insights of the nine styles—in a counter-clockwise direction. Odysseus meets helpful characters, those who give him strength and courage, instructions for the journey, and importantly: food and wine. He meets vengeful monsters who shipwreck and sabotage him, killing his crew, sinking his ships and wreaking havoc on the supplies and lives. Some lessons come easily to Odysseus, some take time and effort. Not so different from ourselves.