These stickers are a part of the "Learning to Hold the Map" collaboration between Enneagram for Wholeness and Auslandish. Sarah and Annie dreamed them up together by talking through ways we often err when over-rely on enneagram information or confuse its value to the detriment of Presence ("The Map Didn't Say How Tall these Trees would Be"; when we try to go it alone and have a hard time determining which fears are connected to real-time threats ("Shedding Light"); and when we fall into thinking that by doing the Work, we control the result and get everything we want, exactly when we want it ("The Neural Pathway Less Traveled").
Instead, these stickers remind us of the importance of showing up to witness of our lives as they are ("The Map didn't say how tall these trees would be"); the value of having caring friends to help us shed light on the dark places and moments ("Shedding Light"); and they remind us of the adventure of setting out on an unmarked inner journey with hope about what we will find ("The Neural Pathway Less Travelled").
These stickers are die-cut to follow the shape of the image with a semi-gloss finish. They are perfect for placing on your laptop, waterbottle, journal, or the bathroom stall of your favorite bar (JUST KIDDING).
3" x 4" Sticker | "The Map Didn't Say How Tall These Trees Would Be"
This sticker is made of vinyl and has a semi-gloss finish which will help it last much longer when you put it on your journal, waterbottle, computer, etc. But, like all material things, it will suffer from wear and tear, so be kind to it.
These stickers are non-refundable.
There isn't a guaranteed date of arrival for International Shipping outside of the USA. However, we will do everything we can to get it to you by the Christmas holiday if you order by December 3.