Ali Wren

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Enneagram Resources

These are a few of my favorite Enneagram resources…

New to the Enneagram?

The Road Back to You – This is the best first book to read on the Enneagram, in my opinion. (Even if you are familiar with the Enneagram, this is such a great overview of all nine types, and I appreciate the wisdom and perspective of the authors.)

The Liturgists Podcast, Episode 37 – A 2-hour episode with co-authors of The Road Back to You Ian Cron and Suzanne Stabile, giving a snapshot of all 9 types.

The Road Back to You Study Guide – This goes well with The Road Back to You. I led a book club, and this guide was a great addition.

The Road Back to You Podcast – Once you start to narrow down what type you think you are, or when you’ve discovered your type, listen to the podcasts with people of that type. I have found that it is helpful to hear from self-aware people.

Your Enneagram Coach – Beth McCord offers a variety of free and paid resources to help you understand your type and how to become your true self. (@yourenneagramcoach is a great Instagram follow!)


Familiar with the Enneagram, but want to dive deeper? (Add the above resources to your list as well!)

The Enneagram A Christian Perspective by Richard Rohr and Andreas Ebert  – A book from 1989 full of wisdom to help you grow personally, relationally, and spiritually. You can find this on Amazon or at a used book store.

The Sacred Enneagram by Chris Heuretz – Another book, released just last month, to help you grow personally and spiritually.

Typology Podcast – A new-ish podcast hosted by Ian Morgan Cron. Ian interviews “Enneagram leaders from every sphere of life.”

EnneaApp – I love this app for its ability to be a quick reference point at your fingertips. My favorite features: childhood wounds, growth path, and tips. Please–whatever you do–don’t use this app solely for the test feature. 😉


I know there are plenty more resources than this, but these are my personal favorites! What else would you add to the list?


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  • Tara Ulrich

    Thanks for sharing these awesome resources.

  • Rebecca

    Hi from the writing challenge. It’s great to seee all these resources in one place! The enneagram is such a useful framework for transformation and growth, I’m glad you’re spreading the word. I’m currently reading the Sacred Enneagram and it really gets to the aplication piece.