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Journey Center of Chicago
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  • Leanette Pokuwaah
    Leanette Pokuwaah

    Leanette is passionate about curating communal healing spaces through faith, justice, and community. She is a writer, teacher, and coach who is a new student pursuing my Masters of Divinity and Social Work. After her degree, she hopes to bridge spirituality, mental health, and personal growth together, within communities. The Enneagram is a powerful pathway birthed from an ancient Sufi practice that offers spiritual growth, healing, and liberation. She creates and teaches Enneagram content that centers the stories and voices of people of color. Leanette has been able to write, teach and coach through an intersectional lens. This unique intersectional approach centering people of color is deeply transformative. A POC-centered Enneagram has opened platforms for folks to uncover their whole selves through the recollection, reflection, and retracing of their stories.

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Online

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Date

Oct 21 2019 - Nov 11 2019

Time

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cost

$60.00

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POC-Centered Enneagram Group

The Enneagram is a powerful pathway birthed from an ancient Sufi practice that offers spiritual growth, healing, and liberation. This 4-week small group will explore how to better understand ourselves and the people around us through the lens of folks of color. With the Enneagram, we are given pathway toward the spiritual formation and personal transformation. Each gathering or session paves the path for storytelling that is graced with the unmuted voices and the unseen bodies of people of color for us all to feel fully heard, seen, loved and known. In this group, we will be able to unpack and narrate our stories using the Enneagram as our framework. Some beginning knowledge of the Enneagram is helpful. 

When: Monday evenings Oct 21st to Nov 11th
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Where: Online
Cost: $60
Group Facilitator: Leanette Pokuwaah

About Leanette Pokuwaah

Leanette is passionate about curating communal healing spaces through faith, justice, and community. She is a writer, teacher, and coach who is a new student pursuing my Masters of Divinity and Social Work. After her degree, she hopes to bridge spirituality, mental health, and personal growth together, within communities. 

 

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