Category Archives: Contemplative Practice

The comparative advantages of online dialogue

I wrote up the following points originally, in an online conversation on Facebook, related to Frederic Laloux‘ upcoming lecture on “How to Become a Soulful Organisation“: • We can pause for a moment of contemplating ( ) before answering to what has just been written, thus … Continue reading


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When transparent communication pervades all our social spaces…

Alia wrote: > as long as there is a felt sense of a “me” to make these choices “consciously,” the choices MUST be exercised, yes, that is our response-ability. In the “effortless effort” state/stage, I suggest these are not experienced … Continue reading

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Movie watching as transparent communication

I’ve just come home form Curzon Renoir, an art cinema in London, where I watched Kuma. “Kuma” is a Turkish word that means “second wife”, describing the women drawn into a traditional, polygamous Muslim family at a later stage, by … Continue reading

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Facilitating the local/global dynamics of CI calls for a collective sensing organ

Robin Temple commented on the Chaordic Dialogue Practice blogpost. Instead replying to it in that thread of comments, I’ve chosen to put the thoughts that it triggered in a new entry, as to give more visibility to it and our … Continue reading

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