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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Mar 21

Integral scholar and Exostudies pioneer Sean Esbjörn-Hargens joins Terry to explore an integral approach to conspiracy theories and “exo realities” — including the anomalous phenomena that challenge our current models of reality. Sean begins by sharing an illuminating series of wise guidelines for navigating our post-truth conspiracy-theory-filled culture. Then, he and Terry  build upon our […]

Integral scholar and Exostudies pioneer Sean Esbjörn-Hargens joins Terry to explore an integral approach to conspiracy theories and “exo realities” — including the anomalous phenomena that challenge our current models of reality. Sean begins by sharing an illuminating series of wise guidelines for navigating our post-truth conspiracy-theory-filled culture. Then, he and Terry  build upon our […]


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Mar 21

Prophetic teacher, psychologist, author and poet, Bayo Akomolafe joins Terry to explore the “cracks in the world” that are opening to swallow everything we’ve been taught to believe and sense into the voices, adventures, and new worlds that are poised to emerge.  With vivid original imagination and a ruthless deep kindness, Bayo names the limits […]

Prophetic teacher, psychologist, author and poet, Bayo Akomolafe joins Terry to explore the “cracks in the world” that are opening to swallow everything we’ve been taught to believe and sense into the voices, adventures, and new worlds that are poised to emerge.  With vivid original imagination and a ruthless deep kindness, Bayo names the limits […]


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Feb 21

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Feb 21

Nora Bateson, Jan 2021Continue reading on Medium »

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Jun 20

How We Come Together as the World Comes Apart8-Breaths of Process Architecture, Mary Alice ArthurIntroductionChange is inevitable but hard nonetheless. There are growing pains and transitional traumas, whether the process is intentional or not. But it doesn’t have to be so difficult; we have maps and mediators to guide us. Many have prepared for this sort of challenge, but we still have to choose it. Against my idealism, I often hear the phrase “you’ll never get everyone to agree”, to which I respond; “have you tried?” It is a constant effort to change ourselves and each other, but I think we’ve been …

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How We Come Together as the World Comes Apart8-Breaths of Process Architecture, Mary Alice ArthurIntroductionChange is inevitable but hard nonetheless. There are growing pains and transitional traumas, whether the process is intentional or not. But it doesn’t have to be so difficult; we have maps and mediators to guide us. Many have prepared for this sort of challenge, but we still have …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Jun 20

How We Come Together as the World Comes Apart8-Breaths of Process Architecture, Mary Alice ArthurIntroductionChange is inevitable but hard nonetheless. There are growing pains and transitional traumas, whether the process is intentional or not. But it doesn’t have to be so difficult; we have maps and mediators to guide us. Many have prepared for this sort of challenge, but we still have to choose it. Against my idealism, I often hear the phrase “you’ll never get everyone to agree”, to which I respond; “have you tried?” It is a constant effort to change ourselves and each other, but I think we’ve been …

Convergence for Consensus Building Read More »

How We Come Together as the World Comes Apart8-Breaths of Process Architecture, Mary Alice ArthurIntroductionChange is inevitable but hard nonetheless. There are growing pains and transitional traumas, whether the process is intentional or not. But it doesn’t have to be so difficult; we have maps and mediators to guide us. Many have prepared for this sort of challenge, but we still have …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jun 20

Cocreation and (In)coherence in Metamodern PraxisWhat was Emerging?In 2018, a novel network of intellectuals and changemakers convened for the first time, in Berlin at the “Emerge Gathering”. I participated and wrote about it in The World We’re Creating, partly a reflection on the context, event, and my role, and partly a review of Tomas Bjorkman’s book The World We Create, which is now out in English. This picks up from that narrative, a recounting of my personal journey, interpolated with some of the work involved. In September, 2019, the 2nd Emerge Gathering was held in Kyiv, Ukraine instead, and the …

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Cocreation and (In)coherence in Metamodern PraxisWhat was Emerging?In 2018, a novel network of intellectuals and changemakers convened for the first time, in Berlin at the “Emerge Gathering”. I participated and wrote about it in The World We’re Creating, partly a reflection on the context, event, and my role, and partly a review of Tomas Bjorkman’s book The World We Create, …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Jun 20

Cocreation and (In)coherence in Metamodern PraxisWhat was Emerging?In 2018, a novel network of intellectuals and changemakers convened for the first time, in Berlin at the “Emerge Gathering”. I participated and wrote about it in The World We’re Creating, partly a reflection on the context, event, and my role, and partly a review of Tomas Bjorkman’s book The World We Create, which is now out in English. This picks up from that narrative, a recounting of my personal journey, interpolated with some of the work involved. In September, 2019, the 2nd Emerge Gathering was held in Kyiv, Ukraine instead, and the …

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Cocreation and (In)coherence in Metamodern PraxisWhat was Emerging?In 2018, a novel network of intellectuals and changemakers convened for the first time, in Berlin at the “Emerge Gathering”. I participated and wrote about it in The World We’re Creating, partly a reflection on the context, event, and my role, and partly a review of Tomas Bjorkman’s book The World We Create, …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Mar 20

The Revolution Will Not Be Boring*This article was originally posted on Emerge. See Parts 1, 2, 3, 4“… in America, we think of rebellion as this very sexy thing and it involves action and force and looks good. My guess is the forms of rebellion that will end up changing anything meaningfully here will be very quiet and very individual. And probably not all that interesting to look at from the outside. I’m now hoping for less interesting, rather than more interesting. Violence is interesting, and horrible corruption and scandals and rattling sabers and talking about war and demonizing a billion people …

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The Revolution Will Not Be Boring*This article was originally posted on Emerge. See Parts 1, 2, 3, 4“… in America, we think of rebellion as this very sexy thing and it involves action and force and looks good. My guess is the forms of rebellion that will end up changing anything meaningfully here will be very quiet and very individual. And probably …

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