How change might come

It seems that the world is going through a lot of changes. We’re working hard on ourselves as well, doing what we can. In this post I’ll share what I and many friends like you are finding is most helpful for addressing both of these challenges, the outer and the inner. I’ll start with an observation (from Peter Block) that analysis is interesting but it’s not powerful. A better analysis doesn’t by itself lead to […]

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unknown river

A word from the unknown

Life coming out of the unknown, streaming out of the future like a river or a breeze that’s blowing on your face from far away. When I don’t know it feels like a field that has a path in it, but I don’t know where the path is. There is one that I will take but I won’t know where it is until I find my feet walking on it. Facing the many possible paths […]

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start a bohmian dialogue

Start a Bohmian Dialogue Group

For the past four or five years I’ve been in a group that’s been practicing the Dialogue process, based on the work of David Bohm. It’s a remarkably stable and powerful “field” that the group, generates meeting after meeting, and a wonderful connection and friendship between members. Here’s a bit about it and what you need to start one where you are. Prominent nuclear physicist David Bohm who’s interest was “the unified field” spent much […]

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TMI OR TLI

What’s “Too Much Information” ?

Sitting in a sun-dappled parlour a while ago, some friends and I were talking about TMI and TLI. Too Much and Too Little information. We discovered that we definitely wanted to know more. Where do we look foolish sharing too much – and what does it matter if we do? We all have a private side. Patricia Sun said that we’d do well to decrease the gap between our public selves and private selves. And […]

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Two Stories of Women and Men – Part 3

I participated in a simple and instructive “Listening Circle” at the Systemic Constellations event in Croatia this week. Amid all the goings on with international presenters, most of which were wonderful, and meeting new people from all over, there was this simple space to hear each other. It wasn’t that different from the Listening Circles that I and many of you know, by whatever name they’re called. Places in which your experience and perspective are […]

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