Don Carroll

CreateSpace, 2012


The Armageddon Choice by Don Carroll (author of Hacking Toward Consciousness and The End of Democracy) is the third novel in The Consciousness Trilogy. In his remarkable way, Carroll brings his trilogy to a conclusion by weaving themes of awareness, unity, and quantum theory, this time on a universal scale, into another exciting story of mystery, suspense, and romance in the wisdom fiction genre.

Don Carroll

Little Creek Publishing,  2011

In the second novel in The Consciousness Trilogy, Carroll (author of A Lawyer's Guide to Healing and Hacking Toward Consciousness) deepens his theme of human consciousness and the call to awaken to our true selves as he explores next the trance of society's ego as revealed in the failure of our contemporary democracy. 

Sandra Maitri

Jeremy P. Tarcher, 2005

Internationally recognized Enneagram teacher and author of the Enneagram bestseller, The Spirituality of the Enneagram, Maitri was a student of Claudio Naranjo and A. H. Almaas.  In her latest book, she focuses more deeply on the passions and virtues of the types and explores them with astute knowlegde and clarity.

Don Carroll

CreateSpace, 2011

Carroll, author (A Lawyer's Guide to Healing) and spiritual director, has created a new literary genre, wisdom fiction, with his first novel in The Consciousness Trilogy. This story is both an exciting suspense mystery and a journey of profound spiritual discovery.  It's an intriguing plot which centers around a missing woman, Melissa Dowling, and the search for her by William Dawson, her lover and a former CIA agent.

Don Richard Riso

Russ Hudson

Bantam Books, 1999


In this classic explanation of the Enneagram, these two internationally known teachers and authors describe their understanding of the levels of development of type as well as offer helpful suggestions for personal growth.

Don Riso and Russ Hudson

Designed by Joyce Stenstrom

The Enneagram Institute, 2005

This is an absolutely unique way to discover your Enneagram style and that of others.  With ninety cards identify ten traits of each of the nine Enneagram types, participants have lots of flexibility to work it out for themselves in different ways described in the instructions.  It's a wonderfully intuitive, interactive, and fun process.


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Sandra Maitri

Jeremy P. Tarcher, 2001

Respected Enneagram teacher Maitri, a follower of A. H. Almaas and the Diamond Heart School, presents a unique perspective on the Enneagram, looking at the features of each type as expressed in childhood and through its particular passion and essence.

Susan Rhodes

Geranium Press, 2010

Rhodes, author of The Positive Enneagram, further explores the Enneagram subtypes within the nine types through exemplars in order for the reader to have a deeper comprehension of each subtype's motivations and ways of being in the world.

Susan Rhodes

Geranium Press, 2009

Rhodes takes a look at the Enneagarm from a positive, inspiring perspective, and gives support to all of us within our type's motivations and dynamics.

Helen Palmer

HarperOne, 1995

This handy and popular book gives an abbreviated version of Palmer's descriptions of the Enneagram types from The Enneagram in Love & Work and is very useful to carry with you for easy reference.  Take an Enneagram expert wherever you go!

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