Episode 14

Published on:

22nd Apr 2021

S1E14: “Ferris Bueller's Day Off” and the Ennea-Type Seven, Striving to Feel Excited

S1E14: “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and the Ennea-type Seven, Striving to Feel Excited. “Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” These words set the stage for Ferris’s adventure in the big city with best friend Cameron and girlfriend Sloane, on a late-spring day when they should all be in school. Ennea-type Sevens are sometimes thought of simply seeking pleasure and fun, and never being able to finish things they start. "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off" clearly demonstrates that there is something more to Sevens—that they represent joy and innocence, and the battle against the stifling of these qualities that so often accompanies the onset of adulthood. Mario and Maria Jose are joined by special guest Becky Gorman, an ATAI associate and Ennea-type Seven who brings an insider’s view to what the Seven is really all about.

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The Enneagram in a Movie
The Enneagram in a Movie Podcast is a fun and informative way to take a deep dive into understanding the Enneagram.

In the third season of The Enneagram in a Movie podcast, Mario Sikora and TJ Dawe are joined by TJ Ingrassia to explore themes related to the Enneagram in a variety of movies, starting with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

You’ll never see movies—or the Enneagram—the same way!