Was macht Gespräche lebendig?
Was macht Gespräche lebendig?
Bruno and I are most grateful to Elke Fein and IFIS for this opportunity to share details of our book “Metathinking” in IFIS' Online Colloquium n° 38. We were hoping that we would get a warm reception and interest from the Integral community and we were not disappointed. It was wonderful for us to have such a numerous and receptive audience.
At the IFIS Colloquium on 11 November I presented an idea about the way we speak to each other about important decisions, complex issues or troubling situations. The idea is not mine, but comes from an architect, Christopher Alexander. As a designer of spaces where people live, visit and go about their lives, he observed. In part he observed himself, and in part he observed the spaces he visited.
Siehe auch: https://www.archiv.ifis-freiburg.de/node/186
Ich versuche mal, eine Bilanz des Experiments Online-Aufstellung (IFIS Online-Kolloquium Nr. 33) zu ziehen.
I experienced the Colloquium as a safe and deep space of like-minded people willing to walk the extra mile when it comes to the boundaries of science. I really liked the warm welcome and professional facilitation. Even if it is only an online space, you can see and feel the community and practice and engage in a safe space.
Bericht und Fragmente vom evolve-Salon in Freiburg, 23.11.2019 mit Geseko von Lüpke und Thomas Steininger
„Das Herz jeder Revolution ist die Revolution des Herzens“. (Charles Eisenstein, Autor von Climate: A New Story und The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible)
We feel fortunate and happy to have been invited to share our life’s work, and our passions, with the IFIS community. The Colloquium context and participants made it a safe space to share and be received. This was a natural and nourishing container which allowed us to be ourselves and for the group to explore what we offered. All in all, we were pleased with the kindness, generosity, and curiosity of the community and the flow of the evening and its process.
Some reflective thoughts:
The Colloquium was very professionally handled with many curious and well-informed people who could both question and contribute.
My goal was to test out a new process on story-telling around personal values with a construct aware crowd, that I think would be hard in a regular audience. The experiment was successful and the more playful approach to development was appreciated.
Reflective statement about my input to the IFIS Online Colloquium
A) How did you experience our Colloquium, in general, and the way your presentation was handled there?
The colloquium was well prepared in close cooperation. So an inspiring agenda was created to achieve a good combination of information, reflexion, intuition and dialogue.
B) Did you have specific goals, concerns or objectives connected to your presentation, and how has the Colloquium helped you to achieve those?
The colloquium gathered a wide range of highly competent and engaged people. I was given plenty of time to explain my views and was asked clarifying and relevant questions by the participants.
In the talk, we explored the six new forms of metamodern politics, and interesting comments and suggestions were offered by people in the group.
As listeners, the colloquium participants were ideal, seeming to deeply engage with what was being said by others and myself.