This experiential dive into individual and collective emergence, explores generative listening, embracing polarities, and embodying presence. We will learn about and practice with awakened wholeness.
As we grow and change through life, our circles of care, who we take ourselves to be and our sense of responsibility, for a larger whole, can widen and deepen.
Abigail Lynam describes our developmental journey in this short video.
How do we solve problems with thought were unsolvable?
And, in the process, catalyze large-scale systems changes.
Seven quality choice points to help.
We are built to grow. It is our destiny to grow.
Watch Robert Kegan and many associated with the Inner Development Goals outline why this is so important to meet today’s crises.
Our world is changing. Our thinking patterns are shifting. To answer our pressing emergencies and, fortuitously, engaging in this brings an aliveness like nothing else.
We’re a worldwide civilisation now and can consciously engage in creating thriving, just, sustainable futures for everyone. Yet, sometimes, this seems like a very lonely path…
We hope this site helps us all accelerate positive shifts. Amplification, re-storying and sharing awe…
There is a straightforward approach to problems.
Then there are our realities. We change issues as we engage.
A triple step. A waltz! And some easy ways in 🙂
Flow and ease in stressful times. How can we better manage difficult circumstances and importantly quickly learn to react more positively?
Try Leadership Embodiment with Anouk in this video. A bit of training 🙂
Humans, shift. We change to understand the world from new thinking patterns.
Understanding that we shift—and some of the ways we can ease these changes—can help us all.
We are shifting to re-recognize our deep interconnections with the world around us.
This is not new and can be held lightly, not dis-acknowledging science but going beyond current limitations.
Intergenerationally, Walt Whitman does this beautifully. Explore the conscious connections with Walt and enjoy!
What is above the clouds?
Climbing up and seeing what was previously hidden to us is a great metaphor for the vertical learning humans can do. These are discrete changes, step changes.
Single, double and triple-loop learning can help us to un-stick our difficulties.
Mark Twain, Daniel Schmachtenberger, Mila A., Simon Divecha, Roebyem Anders, Joanna Macy and the Inner Development Goals illustrate how. Try it for yourself!
Lynette Thorstensen and Sushant Shrestha, in this presentation, part of a Transformative Climate Advocacy program session, showcase the power of a diversity of perspectives, people and approaches.
The human species, I-you-us!, are waking up.
This spring brings an outpouring of evidence that we, humans are growing up to meet our meta-challenges, the crises we are all intimately connected with and to.
Truly improve global social, environmental and economic conditions.
Dr Barrett Brown, steps us through a global transformation for sustainability in this case tea & cocoa from small growers in regions, such as Kenya and India, to multinational distribution by Unilever, Netherlands.
Make haste – slowly, powerfully, minimally
“Hasten slowly” said Augustus. Oh, this is hard. To imagine what can be created, to hold back, to act; to engage means delving into both despair and hope. That’s where we’re challenged to see the powerful in what we do which is always minimal and micro. Feeling adequate in the face of manifest inadequacy. Weaving together the pieces that hasten, slowly and steadily, benevolution.