Category Archives: evolution

Best practice vs experimentation

This blog post is inspired by a conversation I had with Peter Merry the other day – we were discussing the relative merits of sharing good practice versus experimentation on the path to the new era… and went on to … 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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The Both/And of Leading Change in Living Systems

This is another of those essays that slipped out of me unexpectedly while responding to a message on a list serve. In this case, the message was from Dr Don Beck, venerable guardian of the Spiral Dynamics integral pattern. It … Continue reading

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The cards never lie…

On the evening of the third day of our women moving the edge retreat, Maria and Sarah did a tarot reading on the collective question that had emerged from the centre of our circle during the previous days. The pattern … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge – Day 4

Stone as talking piece On our last morning, Judy, Nina and I meditated as we had done every morning and it seemed that all of history’s witches and priestesses were with us, holding our circle. As I review our time … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge – Day 3

Sunrise over Flemish Brabant The sun rose redly this morning on ice in the moat and frost on the grass. Yesterday we sank through layers of archetypal woman – the fear, the pain, the anger, the joy and the power. … Continue reading

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Women Moving the Edge – Day 2

Here are some impressions from my journal, jotted during our gathering. It is an impressionistic and rather disjointed glimpse, snatched in breaks – in between managing multimedia down- and uploading. Our time together deserves rich and textured, multifaceted harvesting. There … Continue reading

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Women will move the edge again in Belgium, February 2008

Purpose A purposeful collective space for conscious women who will: • explore and move the edge of what it means to know, sense, be and do our emergent collective future potential • ask together the question(s) it has never yet … 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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