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Bonnitta Roy
Bonnitta Roy
Author | Insight Guide | International Trainer | Building Capacities for Sensemaking
Author | Insight Guide | International Trainer | Building Capacities for Sensemaking
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Bonnitta Roy teaches insight practices for individuals who are developing meta-cognitive skills, and hosts collective insight retreats for groups interested in breaking away from limiting patterns of thought. She teaches a masters course in consciousness studies and transpersonal psychology at the Graduate Institute.

Her teaching highlights the embodied, affective and perceptual aspects of the core self, and the non-egoic potentials from which subtle sensing, intuition and insight emerge.

Through her company, APP-AI, Bonnitta is developing applications that can visualize changing patterns as teams work through complex problems. Her research shows how simple but powerful protocols that underlie these patterns can be used to represent various dispositional states of human systems.

Bonnitta is the author of the popular Medium publication Our Future at Work. She is an associate editor of Integral Review where you can also find her articles on process approaches to consciousness, perception, and metaphysics.

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APP Associates International
APP Associates International
Workplace Development

Simplify organizational structure / Improve information flows / Lower the thresholds for action

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APP-AI is an international network of professionals who help people work smarter.

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Open Participatory Organization
Open Participatory Organization
An Open Architecture for Self-Organisation


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A few years ago, organizational innovator, Bonnitta Roy began thinking about what kind of organizational architecture would reflect the natural human dynamics of self-organization that she describes in this article. This kind of design would build trust in self-organizing teams because there would no longer be a disconnect between how teams operated and how organizational power itself was structured. In addition, such an organization would enable companies to scale and remain agile.

An open architecture, properly designed, could serve as a guidance system that would help centralized companies transform without losing the ability to “see the organization as a whole operation.” It would be able to distribute management responsibilities into self-organizing teams, without losing strategic performance. This type of organization would appeal to the young generations looking for open participation in the workplace.

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Perspectiva
Perspectiva
Systems, Soul, Society

Build the intellectual foundations for a more conscious society

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We are a research platform that seeks to build the intellectual foundations for a more conscious society – a diverse and plural society awake to itself, united by an awareness of ecological constraints, systemic influences and the development of human empathy and consciousness throughout the lifespan.

We believe the world’s major challenges stem from a crisis of perception and imagination, and the failure of political culture to honour the fullness of reality. We are fascinated by the myriad ways in which our tacitly held worldviews shape our judgement, and how spiritual needs for security, meaning and purpose indirectly create political and economic outcomes.

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Recent Content

Last 50 posts on own channels (YouTube, Podcast, Medium or Website/Blog):

Join me in creating a new project
Published on: 8 Sep 21 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Leadership in a time of COVID
Published on: 29 Aug 21 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Action protocols solve wicked problems
Published on: 10 Jul 21 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Post-formal Actors
Published on: 14 Dec 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

“If food prices went up” — think of stamps.
Published on: 5 Jul 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Ah good question.
Published on: 5 Jul 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Two sides of the same coin
Published on: 18 Apr 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Don’t Go Back to Normal
Published on: 19 Mar 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

I think both are happening naturally — both their emergence and their amplification!
Published on: 19 Mar 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Inside-Outside
Published on: 18 Mar 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Consumer Ed
Published on: 7 Mar 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Village Learning
Published on: 7 Mar 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Interview with Leadermorphosis
Published on: 17 Feb 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Interview with Leadermorphosis
Published on: 17 Feb 20 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Ah, you found me out!
Published on: 5 Sep 19 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Yes, thinking in terms of virtuality of location is still quite a lot for most
Published on: 5 Sep 19 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Emergent by Design
Published on: 2 Sep 19 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Emergent by Design
Published on: 2 Sep 19 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Complex Potential States
Published on: 27 Jun 19 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Sensemaking Up-Hierarchies
Published on: 25 May 19 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

A source code for team flow
Published on: 20 Apr 19 in Bonnitta Roy – Medium by Bonnitta Roy

Recent Videos and Podcasts where Bonnitta Roy has been interviewed

The premise of my work around "trauma" is two-fold 1) As humans we are born in an existential precarity. This is like the "growth factor" for human consciousness, and not …Read more
Limberg and Kazandjian talk to B about the Beyond Self-Discipline experience/experiment. More from B: bonnittaroy.substack.com Apply to BSD: https://maven.com/thewisdomgym/beyond-self-discipline …Read more
John Vervaeke and Bonnitta Roy will have a conversation at The Stoa about the ecologies of the self along with transformational practices. thestoa.ca patreon.com/the_stoa thestoa.substack.com …Read more
November 24th, 2021 Bonnitta Roy returns to The Stoa to continue discussing her “Origins of the Self” map. Part 3: Individuation Beyond Identity The rest of the series can be …Read more
November 17th, 2021 Bonnitta Roy returns to The Stoa to continue discussing her “Origins of the Self” map. Part 1 can be seen here: https://youtu.be/QivUf1QXtP8 You can RSVP to part …Read more
October 27th, 2021 Another special session for the Beyond Self-Discipline Zero (BSDv0) cohort. This is the best model of the self my self has ever seen. B delivered a masterclass …Read more
Excerpt from “Human Flourishing in the Time of Turmoil”, an interview with author, philosopher and teacher Bonnitta Roy. To get the full episode become a member at http://www.futurethinkers.org/members. Show notes: …Read more
What do we mean by ego, and should we deconstruct all of its stories and its drama? Complete show notes: http://futurethinkers.org/119 SIGN UP for our mailing list to get a …Read more
Collective insight practices. Complete show notes: http://futurethinkers.org/119 SIGN UP for our mailing list to get a FREE 50+ Page Adapt to the Future Guide: http://www.futurethinkers.org/signup To access the full episode, …Read more
Author, teacher and philosopher Bonnitta Roy talks about group processes, and ego deconstruction in groups. Show notes: http://futurethinkers.org/119 SIGN UP for our mailing list to get a FREE 50+ Page …Read more
Bonnitta Roy returns to the podcast to discuss relations among science, Buddhism, and philosophy. In this conversation, Bonnitta responds to Evan Thompson’s comments on Buddhist modernism from episode 25, offering …Read more
Today on the show I’m speaking with Bonnitta Roy about her presentation ‘Six Ways to Go Meta’. We cover such topics as what  it mean to ‘go meta’, why the …Read more
A short making sense episode with frequent guest of the show Bonnitta Roy. We have a chat about the recent episodes with Jem Bendell and Vinay Gupta, and how what …Read more
My guest today is Bonnitta Roy. Bonnitta is Founder of Alderlore Insight Center and Founding Associate of APP Associates, International. She is an author and international presenter on post-formal learning …Read more
In this episode of Emerge, Bonnitta Roy and I explore a Source Code analysis of Collective Action. This is the third and final conversation in our three episode arc together. …Read more
In this conversation, Bonnitta Roy and I explore what trust means within the context of complex and unpredictable systems. What is trust? How do we act in ways that amplify …Read more
In this first in a set of three conversations, Bonnitta Roy and I talk about a Source Code Analysis of the concept of Power. We explore how to speak and …Read more
In this particularly liminal episode of Emerge Bonnitta Roy, Jordan Greenhall, and I attempt to generate some actionable clarity in response to a recent video critiquing Jordan Peterson. You’ll get …Read more
Ethan and Daniel make sense of the Bonnitta Roy episode, which you can find here: https://anchor.fm/emerge/episodes/Where-Jordan-Peterson–Sam-Harris–and-Ezra-Klein-Go-Wrong-e1hh9i/a-a3m7uh — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support …Read more
Help me build out C-LABSContinue reading on Our Future at Work » …Read more
In a recent twitter thread I talked about COVID and our policy response as a certain kind of problem that our existing mental models are…Continue reading on Project 2020z » …Read more
How action protocols reveal key choice points to solve wicked problemsContinue reading on The Concentrator Labs » …Read more
A new generation of leadersIn this article I introduce the notion of the post-formal actor. In contrast to the notion of “formal-actors” as most people who follow the formal roles, rules, …Read more
“If food prices went up” — think of stamps. They used to “go up” in price. Forever stamps guarantee a service, not a price. The government would issue citizen currency …Read more
Ah good question. By “regulated” I mean that the amount of currency that is issued should come back as currency used. That would regulate the flows. Or perhaps, there would …Read more
Why you’re so confused by moneyContinue reading on Project 2020z » …Read more
An opportunity to turn things around has been laid on our doorstepsContinue reading on Project 2020z » …Read more
I think both are happening naturally — both their emergence and their amplification! The more “true” they are to others’ experience, the more they get amplified and accelerate. …Read more
How the Anthropocene is Changing our MindsContinue reading on Project 2020z » …Read more
https://medium.com/media/3d79b20aaa183ba72d0a0229652e5195/hrefConsumer EdExcerpted from a work in progress on education for human flourishingThis and other articles in this publication has been made possible through the support of PerspectivaA philosophy of education …Read more
Outlining a new infrastucture for transformational educationContinue reading on Project 2020z » …Read more
Leadermorphosis: Ep. 43 Bonnitta Roy on sensemaking and open, participatory organisations …Read more
Leadermorphosis: Ep. 43 Bonnitta Roy on sensemaking and open, participatory organisations …Read more
Ah, you found me out! I am a long-time Qigong practitioner and often do workshops using a dynamic 5-element model as a heuristic. Of course, there is a creative cycle …Read more
Yes, thinking in terms of virtuality of location is still quite a lot for most people. Upping that to temporicities, is still quite a bit too far. …Read more
Designing for emergent properties enables creative people to balance fiercely independent personalities with the benefits of team…Continue reading on Medium » …Read more
Designing for emergent properties enables creative people to balance fiercely independent personalities with the benefits of team…Continue reading on Medium » …Read more
Thinking in terms of complex potential states instead of complex adaptive systems may be helpful in our timesSomething about the epistemological foundations of complex adaptive systems has been bothering me. It …Read more
https://medium.com/media/c64163ae6f94ed603f5442c3c4f0d584/hrefSensemaking Up-HierarchiesInformation Flows Designed for Emergent ComplexityIn complex environments, teams are built for emergent outcomes. This means they need to be optimized for coherence. Coherence refers to a particular dispositional …Read more
Christy Lee Rogers Photographyhttps://medium.com/media/a0e4767b5a8ddf3713d200e2d2cc5b1d/hrefA source code for team flowTeam flow potential is now the holy grail of agile[ Note: this article requires familiarity with the OPO model of self-organization in teams. You …Read more
Bonnitta Roy retweeted: The stunningly brilliant voice of Michael Winslow doing Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love”. You will never hear music the same again. …Read more
What? https://t.co/PdWT1IhvTT Quoted tweet from @ENGlNEERlNGVlDS: Changing a fallen tire midair https://t.co/yyNBCwW1cJ …Read more
Thought you might like https://t.co/mfMcP2AcH4 Quoted tweet from @_figensezgin: Wait for it 😂😂 https://t.co/3r7msfBGUw …Read more
Bonnitta Roy retweeted: Folk artist goes viral for his uncanny 3D graffiti painting …Read more
@vervaeke_john @craythan – Interesting perspective/ relevant to EOP meta-design principles https://t.co/uqjLXGovPj Quoted tweet from @sashachapin: Today, here is a very large review of the work of @meditationstuff, one of the most important thinkers of our scene, if not the most important sashachapin.substack.com/p/review-medit… …Read more
I ran into this guy once on an acid trip https://t.co/Z0WHEMFJlO Quoted tweet from @buitengebieden: It’s Friday! 🎉 https://t.co/RCXPWK8oxE …Read more
Haha. There’s a justification system for everything! https://t.co/xcz07AEfF9 Quoted tweet from @jhagel: Nassim Nicholas Taleb believes surrounding ourselves with unread books enriches our lives as they remind us of all we don’t know. The Japanese call this practice tsundoku, and it may provide lasting benefits bit.ly/3QbzWiN …Read more
Can you give me an example of turning a hard constraint into a predictable affordance? …Read more
This my friends is a star https://t.co/D8CnoLoroX Quoted tweet from @Sciencenature14: An extreme close-up of the Sun… The most detailed picture of a star ever taken! NASA https://t.co/dm6Mm4i9Sh …Read more
Bonnitta Roy retweeted: A spectacular sight 1225m (4019 ft) beneath the waves off Baja California as EVNautilus encounter the amazing Halitrephes maasi jelly. …Read more
Bonnitta Roy retweeted: This video produced for the Hubble travelling exhibition Our Place in Space in 2017, zooms from Venice out through the Solar System, the Milky Way, the Local Group and into the cosmic web. And if you’re feeling very small, that was the intent [full video: buff.ly/3mYgJ7s] …Read more
Bonnitta Roy retweeted: And for those who like their Mark and Carrie YouTube style, here it is: youtu.be/uuWwoF125D4 …Read more
@jaycousins Yes, but notice, you only have to manufacture the fear. The rest takes care of itself, although manufacturing confirmation-bias (yes there is something to fear indeed!) is a big part of keeping the amplitude up …Read more
@jaycousins YES! I think so. …Read more
@paulg This is terribly misleading. Late-stage economies use technologies that are less resource dependent, but the very same economies need to be fueled by hyper-production in other parts of the world, mostly developing countries, which then get tagged as high-footprint economies …Read more
@jgreenhall @owocki @paulg @TheAnnaGat @danielschmach @NateHagan Or like, these digital economies are fueled by production economies elsewhere in the world in countries that are then tagged as “high carbon footprint” …Read more
There is only one problem and one solution The problem of intimacy and the solution of intimacy. …Read more
The more we fear something, the more likely it will happen. Coincidence, correlation or causality? https://t.co/hm9zZdk51n Quoted tweet from @dwnews: Taiwan is preparing its citizens for war. Nationwide drills are being conducted that inform people where to seek shelter in case China attacks. https://t.co/JfiDy143go …Read more
@SteveStuWill Green storm …Read more
Where does a war start? It starts in the minds of the people. When does a war start? It starts when fear and agression arise in the hearts of the people. (Re: Ukraine) youtu.be/ISHHe1Hu6d4 …Read more
The crippling effect of a booming economy – massive reliance on imports. …Read more
Had to harvest both rows of basil yesterday all at once due to downy mildew starting. Still we processed a whole gallon of basil in oil, waiting to be turned into pesto. …Read more
@cognazor I have a bumper crop this year on the vine, waiting to ripen. Seems late in the year this year? …Read more
Right amount of energy at the right time Right posture, gesture and pace Patience, and Opening space …Read more
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