The 5 Best Enneagram Podcasts to Listen to in 2022
You want to listen to the best Enneagram podcast the internet has to offer.
You're looking for
- Podcasts to learn more about the Enneagram
- Podcasts that help you find your Enneagram type
- Podcasts that help you grow
- Podcasts from renowned Enneagram teachers and Coaches
Well, we've got you covered.
What you will learn
Ian Cron, co-author of two of the best Enneagram books out there, also has a podcast. And there's a reason it's at the top of almost every best Enneagram podcast list.
Ian is not only an engaging writer, but also a great podcast host. Not less intriguing are the large variety of guests he has on his show.
This is also a good podcast if you’re still looking for your Enneagram type, because there are dedicated episodes on each type. What we found especially helpful were the episodes where panels of people who all share the same type discuss what it's like being that type with Ian.
My favorite episode was the very first with Rob Bell – but that's just because I love Rob so much.
Greg's favorite episode was the one with Jeff Goins about why image isn't everything – I still remembers the day Greg told me about it (it was a Tuesday).
Other great episodes:
If you haven't listened to Sleeping At Last's album "Atlas: Enneagram" yet, do it now. Ryan O'Neal, the man behind the band, recorded an entire album on all nine Enneagram types. And he made a podcast about it.
This is our number two, because the sheer beauty of his music combined with his own explanations and in-depth dissection of how his songs were inspired by each enneagram type are completely unique thing in the Enneagram podcast landscape.
You don't just learn about Ryan's writing process, though. He's also joined by author Chris Heuertz, who wrote "The Sacred Enneagram", explaining the nine types in beautiful language.
The Sleeping At Last podcast is not about the Enneagram alone, so there's much more to discover here than just Ryan's Enneagram album. But for that alone it's worth a visit.
Our favorite episodes were easy here – there are only nine, and we loved them all.
The Enneagram Journey is hosted by Suzanne Stabile, co-author of Ian Cron on The Road Back To You and The Path Between us. She's an internationally recognized Enneagram teacher, has conducted countless seminars over the past 25 years and has an incredibly big heart.
She takes the third spot on the podium for bringing in a much-needed female perspective in a field that so often has more women than men in the audience, but more men than women on the stage. Suzanne is a great host with deep insights and features wonderful guests on almost all of her episodes.
My favorite episode is the one with Casey McCollum about Fives in relationships. As someone coming from type Five, I felt very comforted.
Greg loved episode 36 – as a type Three father married to a type Seven, he told me he loved to hear two other parents with aggressive stances talk about parenting.
On place four we're putting Milton Stewart's Do It For The Gram. Just like Suzanne Stabile is a much needed female voice in the Enneagram landscape, so is Milton a much needed voice of color in an otherwise very white Enneagram environment.
The best thing about it is that Milton also guest starts mostly other people of color, and he's not afraid to address topics of race and social justice in his episodes.
Consequently, both Greg and I found his series of episodes on the Enneagram and color among the best he has put out.
Lastly, we want to recommend the Enneagram and Marriage podcast by Christa Hardin. This is a podcast almost completely devoted to making relationships and especially marriages work (better) with the help of the Enneagram. And if there's one area of life where the Enneagram has arguably the most potential to be a game-changer, it's in our most intimate relationships.
Christa addresses so many different and interesting topics that it's hard for us to point you to the one that's better than anyone else.
But Greg, as a young father, really found the episode about Enneagram types during pregnancy to be very enlightening.
And as for me, who's preferred mode of spending time with people is over a shared meal – I loved the episodes about the importance of eating together.
There are a few other Enneagram podcasts that you can check out that didn't make it on our top five list but might still be entirely your cup of tea.
Enneagram & Coffee – Sarajane Case, who wrote The H.O.N.E.S.T. Enneagram, also has her own podcast.
The Enneagram Workshop – Vanessa Fernandez, another Enneagram teacher we admire, has a small podcast too, and it's really good. It's not updated regularly, but it's still worth tuning in every now and then.
Fathoms | An Enneagram Podcast – A slightly different approach to the Enneagram by Seth Abram, Seth Creekmore, and Drew Moser. They present interesting content about the Enneagram without going through the standard formulas. I especially loved the episode about Neuroscience.
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