• Leanette Pokuwaah

An EnneaStory: Real Stories Told From The Margins


The Enneagram helps us face those ugly, most darkest parts of ourselves so that we may know them and begin a path towards healing. The Enneagram highlights what makes us unique and beautiful but gets distorted along the way. Now, through a POC-centered Enneagram lens (and through other points of views like LGBTQIA+ and people who are not able-bodied), we discover a profound framework that aids us in picking up the broken pieces that is our true selves that carry with it our true stories, mending them again to their whole completeness. With the Enneagram, our narratives begin to be rewritten and reclaimed from when it was stolen or thrown away by various forces. For some communities of color especially it is the dominant culture.The hope for this blog and website is for the upcoming posts to be insightful and helpful as we journey towards reclaiming lost narratives and healing the scarring that wounding words have left behind.



"With the Enneagram, our narratives begin to be rewritten and reclaimed from when it was stolen or thrown away by various forces. For some communities of color especially it is the dominant culture.The hope for this blog and website is for the upcoming posts to be insightful and helpful as we journey towards reclaiming lost narratives and healing the scarring that wounding words have left behind."


What is your EnneaStory that you would want to reclaim or reflect back on? How are you reclaiming and living into your identity? How does that connect with your Enneagram type?



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