Eclectic Energies

Energy Healing for
Enneagram Type 2 - The Helper

Chakra meditations for

Acupressure on points

  • ST-36 for grounding and stability to deal with one's own needs
  • P-7 (reduce) to heal effects of too much emotion on the body

The Two's own needs

Strengthening the Root chakra provides Twos with the sense of stability they need to attend to their own needs, instead of focusing their energy on catering to the needs of others. Twos can also work with ST-36, either instead of, or in addition to working with the Root chakra, as it also helps to provide a sense of stability.


Twos are emotional people and are sometimes too emotional. Unrestrained emotionality can result in a kind of nervousness that can be treated by doing acupressure on point P-7. (This point needs to be reduced, which is an uncommon acupressure technique.)

Thinking instead of emotion

Twos look outward for a sense of meaning and purpose in their lives. With their focus on emotion and their emphasis on relationships, they often overlook the importance of introspection, and they frequently fail to develop wisdom and self-knowledge. Working to open the Crown chakra can help Twos develop insight and self-awareness.

You might also be interested in these books about the Enneagram at

The Wisdom of the Enneagram, by Don Richard Riso & Russ Hudson
The Complete Guide to Psychological and Spiritual Growth for the Nine Personality Types

Self-development recommendations and Enneagram type descriptions.

Facets of Unity, by A.H. Almaas
The Enneagram of Holy Ideas

A spiritual perspective on the enneagram types. Where the types come from, as a result of the loss of Basic Trust.

The Spiritual Dimension of the Enneagram, by Sandra Maitri
Nine Faces of the Soul

A discussion of essence, essential states and the fixation of personality for the enneagram types.

The Enneagram of Passions and Virtues, by Sandra Maitri
Finding the Way Home

Using the Enneagram for spiritual transformation, moving from the passions of the ego to the virtues of our true self.

See book descriptions