Launched in November 2016, held monthly as an interactive Zoom meeting, in English or German, depending on the topic/presenter.
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Main intention and format of our Colloquium:
The online colloquium aims to connect integrally oriented and like-minded researchers and practitioners by offering them a forum to exchange experiences around innovative approaches to complex social challenges. It is designed to strengthen the dialog and connection between IFIS' members and friends, mostly spread out in different countries and even continents.
We invite new colleagues to join us and be part of IFIS’ community of integral research and inquiry. New presenters are always welcome.
In order to maintain a protected space, the recordings are not being published
Terms and conditions
IFIS practices a by donation (pay-what-feels-right) policy.
Recommended donation for a single Colloquium participation of non-members: 10-20 Euros.
Colloquium Flatrate: 50 Euros for one year.
Next Colloquium events:
Note: All Colloquia are presented in the language in which they are/have been held.
Pioneers of Politics - Pioniere integraler Politik im deutschsprachigen Raum
Can mindfulness trainings promote a more integral political culture?
This Colloquium will present experiences from the Mindfulness All-Party Parliamentary Group (MAPPG) in the British Parliament,
“The times are urgent; let us slow down.”
We are living through an inflection point. A time that has been called a “time
between worlds.” (Stein)
Since March of 2020, Uncertainty Lab has been a self-organized, virtual pilot with no agenda other than acknowledging, witnessing and staying curious about our uncertainties. Is it meta-cognitive? Yes, but if we say it this way, the mind tends to go into logical search mode, orienting toward certainty and closure.
(Datum unter Vorbehalt)
Wie kann ich mein Ganzheitsbewusstsein nutzen, um mich mit dem heilsamen Wesen der Materie zu verbinden?
In diesem Kolloquium geht es darum, den siebten Sinn zu entwickeln, zu erfahren und zu trainieren, um ihn für Bewusstseinsprozesse zur Selbstbefreiung aus anerzogenen oder mitgebrachten Mustern zu nutzen.