Category Archives: Collective Buddha

Harvesting the invisible

Axladitsa, 30 May 2011 (Apprenticing to the Earth gathering) – Yesterday afternoon, I was prompted to call an Open Space session on the Invisible Harvest. I had no real idea what I was thinking of, and Filiz showed up to … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge 10 – The presence of Ria’s book

Throughout the gathering, all the women present experienced deep, visceral learning that didn’t come from a cognitive space. It wasn’t about models and theories – there were no presentations or teachings. But this women’s circle and its underlying process has … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge 10 – exploring radiance

Almost a week has passed since the end of our most recent gathering of Women Moving the Edge. I always find it hard to articulate what happened, but each time seems more magical than the last – and this time … Continue reading

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The evolution of knowing – Part 3: Witnessing and the soul of humanity

In Nature and the Human Soul, Bill Plotkin defines ‘soul’ as a thing’s ultimate place in the world. All this year I have been intuiting that there is a ‘Helen-shaped hole in the kosmos’ that I no longer fit – … Continue reading

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The evolution of knowing – Part 1: depths and dimensions

Writing this entry has been an exercise in moving from the particular and personal to the very general and the sublime. Then it changed name a couple of times and finally morphed into a series. Depths and dimensions As so … Continue reading

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Evolutionary potential in the 21st century – a mushrooming of collective Buddhas

This time, my story starts with a poem. Unless – by Sarah Whiteley Unless we engage our authentic selves, we cannot live the future now Unless we engage our fullness, we cannot take the leap individually and call in collectively … Continue reading

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Harvesting essential conversations: an evolutionary perspective

Dedicated to the global community of practitioners of the art of hosting conversations that matter. This blog post sprang from a conversation between George Pór, Matthieu Kleinschmager and Helen Titchen Beeth in Brussels in September 2008. The conversation was prompted … Continue reading

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Why the next Buddha will be a collective

I never know what I will be called to blog about next. When I woke up this morning, I could not have guessed that I would (again) be dedicating the evening to something that wasn’t on my to-do list. Yesterday … Continue reading

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