Praise for Know Justice Know Peace
Spirituality & Health Magazine
Beyond being a guide to the Enneagram, it is a call to action to IDEA work (inclusion, diversity, equity, and anti-racism)—the essence of intersectionality. This book gives readers a fluency in identifying the nine personality types (or points on the Enneagram wheel). The teachings have a metabolism of their own.
Egerton’s message is bold, insistent, persuasive, and insightful. It leaps beyond politics and media messaging and into the flame of human nature itself. Know Justice, Know Peace is a rallying cry, a firm but warm invitation, and a plea against apathy.
Deborah lays out the background and possibilities in the healing of “othering” while also providing an excellent introduction to the Enneagram. More importantly, she lays out how the methods of inner work are crucial for doing social justice work and racial healing, and how our awakening demands our participation in the healing of the world.