The Climate Conversation We’re Not Having

Is there a conversation around climate change and our survival – that we’re not having? That you’re not having? Could we invite that conversation and hold it live and online, face to face but perhaps around the globe? Bill Kauth and I were imagining a conversation around climate breakdown (as some are calling it) and the human future – the conversation  we’d really like to have. It’s not so much about carbon in the air […]

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You don’t have any problems

It’s pretty good news actually. You don’t have any problems. We have problems, for sure. We have plenty of problems. But you, you don’t have any and I mean that sincerely. Problems are in the field, not in you. They’re a description of elements in the common relational space we inhabit. They’re the elephant in the room and that elephant belongs to all of us. Problems aren’t attached to anybody. They’re expressed as symptoms through […]

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Is there a place for #wetoo?

As everyone knows who’d ever had a mother or a father – or a partner – the relationship between the sexes is anything but simple and one-sided. It’s complex, multi-faceted and goes to the heart of who we are. You wouldn’t know about that complexity though, from listening to the conversation around sex and gender that’s playing out in our public conversations today. There unipolar certitudes rule the day! We all have a deeply personal […]

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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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