Category Archives: Collective Wisdom

Building the Arks

I feel this is a “building the Arks” time on Earth, vehicles built by our collective intelligence, competence, and wisdom, which should not leak while sailing to the other shore on the stormy waters of complexity and singularity waves. Where … Continue reading

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from CI to collective wisdom in Silicon valley

Just picked up on Twitter this link to a 6-min vid on YouTube about: Then I found the conference’s website and, thanks to Albert Klamt, its Facebook page. I feel meme deserve our support to move beyond Silicon Valley; let’s … Continue reading

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Collective intelligence needs guidance from collective wisdom

Both CI and CW have many definitions, depending on the lens of the discipline (or our developmental stage on theSpiral), through which we look at them. My current articulation of what is CI is this: Collective intelligence is the capacity … Continue reading

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Report on the first contemplative co-tweeting, Part 2: The emergent story

There’s a story emerging from the tweets of our experiment, or to be more precise, as many stories as people care for re-reading them (in the files posted here), and connecting them into a bouquet of meaning. Those flowers of … Continue reading

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Chaordic Chat Practice

This practice starts by breaking the habit of giving and receiving immediate response in real-time conversations, texting, on skype or on the phone. It gives access to a fuller intelligence of the parties in communication. When we take any insight, … Continue reading

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Our steady attention…

Our steady attention to what is moving us in the luminous moments of co-inspiration transforms the fleeting experience into continuous celebration of the awakening of the collective learner to its potential for higher intelligence and wisdom, capable to hold more … Continue reading

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” If our world is a living system of systems”

Sofia Bustamante wrote: > If our world is a living system of systems (holistically embedded), then the base concept of ecology must have biological connotations… I love both the depth of her insight and what it inspired me to see: … Continue reading

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Chance and choice experiences, presencing as community art

Andrew Campbell wrote somewhere, “The more whole and integrated each person the chances for choices are increased…” I may have found that sentence in the context of his conversation with de Lange on the Learning Organizations list, 5 years ago. … Continue reading

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Escaping from the Museum of the 20th Century

As I woke up, I immediately knew: the meaning of this dream will grow with me, keep unfolding; I will see clearer the guidance that Im getting from it, over the years. At the time of that dream, in the … Continue reading

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All presencing is co-presencing

Talking about presence, Andrew Campbell wrote in email, what it means is not what it is — and does. It reminded me of Aurobindo’s saying, Man’s greatness is not in what he is but in what he makes possible. What … Continue reading

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