Category Archives: Autonomy, Communion, and CI

From Integral Mindfulness to Collective Intelligence to Collective Sentience

From Integral Mindfulness to Collective Intelligence to Collective Sentience: signposts to the later stages of our evolutionary journey  by George Pór   Abstracts This essay is a wide-ranging exploration into the conditions for realizing the next-level potential of human and … Continue reading

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Evolution’s engine picking up steam

  Evolution’s engine is picking up steam. Those on the edge are entertained by a dazzling firework of opportunities. To choose well, engaging the flow for the highest impact, the collective mind has to access collective wisdom, swiftly. Practice, practice, practice!

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In defense of complexity

Somebody wrote in a group on “Transforming Capitalism” in the Presencing community  : > all complex civilisations have collapsed at one point or another. Only ‘simple’ societies have managed to survive. In the spirit of helping each other unearthing our … Continue reading

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“What the hell are all these connections and social media for?”

I rarely choose to fall even further behind on my GTD Next Action list, by adding a comment to blogposts, which may never will be read, but your intriguing question caught me because I’ve been asking myself, for quite a … Continue reading

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The subtle, the causal, and the evolutionary movement

“A small group of concerned citizens can change the world. Indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead
Well, it would be an obvious understatement to say that there are more than one small and not so small groups engaged in the business of evolutionary transformation. They are still in a deeply fragmented, disjoint state. What are the non-denominational and post-metaphysical spiritual practices that will help us tapping into and mobilizing the collective intelligence of the whole movement?
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Evolutionary leadership, ubuntu, and the homecoming of CI

You probably heard the Zulu word “ubuntu.” It roughly translates as “the capacity to express compassion, justice, reciprocity, dignity, harmony and humanity in the interests of building, maintaining and strengthening community.” To the extent in which blogosphere manifests ubuntu, it is becoming the visible tip of an evolutionary wave.
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Is self-awareness a requirement for CI?

Somebody asked, is self-awareness a requirement for being a CI?
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