Author Archives: iyeshe

About iyeshe

Woman returning to the wild. Cunning linguist, mother of twins, witch, host, harvester, spaceholder for the dawning Aquarian age, evolutionary wooden-spoon wielder, self-mitigating carbon footprint, wannabe holon in the forthcoming collective buddha...

From Lock-Down in Paradise – Letter to the World

How extraordinary, is it not, the way Mother Gaia has gained our attention at last? Such a tiny, subtle flourish to settle this gentle, CoVid blanket onto us and bring our braying, jangling civilisation into a moment of suspension. Neither … Continue reading

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The Art of Hosting Conversations that Matter: A glimpse into the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible

This article first appeared in the spring-summer 2016 issue of Kosmos Journal. The quality of our conversations makes our world what it is. How we talk to each other determines whether we walk away from each other and prepare to … Continue reading

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What are the practices of a Learning Village?

As we prepare to move into our second iteration of the International Learning Village at Statenberg Manor in Slovenia, I have revisited my notes from last summer to distil some thoughts that can help us to start from a more … Continue reading

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Woven back into Nature – leopard in the long grass

I remember the moment, at a Women Moving the Edge gathering in 2008, where the truth percolated through to me (for the first time in my adult life) that magic is real. It felt as if every cell in my … Continue reading

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In Memoriam – an Integral life in the Navy

In memory of my father, Commander Roy Titchen, who passed away suddenly on new year’s eve, I am republishing a post initially published on my old blog back in November 2006.  My parents have been visiting, and a fascinating story … Continue reading

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Weaving from the collective womb space

Harvest from a women’s circle Brussels, 26 May 2012 In the evening of a beautiful, sunny day in Brussels, we were eleven women – ranging in age from 24 to 50+ – who answered the call to gather in circle, … Continue reading

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Evolutionary entrepreneurship – Engaging the Collective Will

Here’s an article I wrote for Kosmos Journal back in the autumn of 2008. It still seems topical. This article gives a brief overview of what needs to happen if we— individually and collectively—are to wisely and effectively engage in … Continue reading

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Women move the Edge again: 20-23 April 2012, South Devon, UK

You are invited, as women, to move the edge of consciousness, through collectively inquiring into this question, from the presence of Source: If land and stones hold a memory and radiate it out through the ages, dare we open as … Continue reading

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Principles for harvesting transformation from conversation

This post is dedicated to men and women everywhere who hunger for the new while feeling entombed in the old. It is was inspired by a recent 2-day inquiry among 30-odd practitioners of participatory leadership at the European Commission on … Continue reading

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Intimacy in complexity

In the context of some discussion around organisational transformation (… like, er, does it really ever happen?), someone over on the London Integral Circle list recently suggested that perhaps friendship is more ripe for transformation than organisations! He was referring … Continue reading

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