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Two years ago, civilization was overrun by one of humanity’s biggest nightmares: flesh-eating zombies. As if the threat of the undead wasn’t bad enough, the remaining humans have separated into small groups of survivors, many of whom are willing to kill anything that moves to ensure their own safety. In a world where nobody is trustworthy and nothing is as …
This peer-reviewed anthology brings together an overview of we-space practice within the global integral world. Intended to catalyze and further clarify this emerging field, the book offers an in-depth look into current practitioner voices and international perspectives on the subject. https://www.amazon.com/Cohering-Integral-Space-Collective-Emergence-ebook/dp/B01MDRGKOR/ref=dp_kinw_strp_1
In this conversation Sean, Jordan and John invite listeners to try on an embodied authentic communication that transcends and enhances authentic relating and non-violent communication.
The practice of Circling encourages you to draw your own conclusions, while continuously allowing them to be re-drawn. The Five Principles can be lights on this path to presence with each other.
The following descriptions are not comprehensive—but they will give you enough to start testing out how you can deepen your presence both inside and outside of Circles. They are not rules; they are guidelines. They are not answers; they are questions to be lived. They are not static; they are evolving as we evolve.
An invitation to stay in connection with whatever is arising between you and others. This includes revealing yourselves and being open to the impacts from—and on—others. This does not mean any forced sense of having to be open or vulnerable; it does mean we inquire deeply into the truth of what is here instead of habitually reacting or avoiding. We can just as easily share and explore the feelings of being guarded, distant, confused, or unknown with someone as we can the feelings of vulnerability, closeness, or appreciation….
Getting to our deepest truth, our unarguable experience beyond our projections. Encourages us to take responsibility for what is happening within us, and being open to that changing. Often this requires a letting go of outcomes and admitting feelings that challenge our sense of who we are. It involves the willingness to feel our body, the subtleties in our experience and our more challenging emotions. The highest level of this principle is feeling 100% responsible for all of our experience…