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Futurable Planet: Answers from a Shifted Paradigm.
Positive Emergence informed by authentic presencing and conscious transformation
Curated by Anne Caspari
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The Edge Of Knowing- Committment to the discipline of creative vulnerability

The Edge Of Knowing- Committment to the discipline of creative vulnerability | Futurable Planet: Answers from a Shifted Paradigm. | Scoop.it

It is relatively easy to be confident about who we already are, to be articulate about insights we already have. And when we want so much to be valued, it is natural to try to appease our evaluators with expressions of clarity and assertiveness. But new consciousness begins in diffuseness, and takes shape only gradually – in soft, tentative, but somehow purposeful forms. So if we value full consciousness most of all – if it is deep spiritual wisdom that we seek – we must learn to wait expectantly at the edge of our knowing and welcome the squinting and the sometimes fumbling form-giving that happen there.

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An Invitation to Thrive | Yes and Space

An Invitation to Thrive | Yes and Space | Futurable Planet: Answers from a Shifted Paradigm. | Scoop.it

The premise of Thriving in Uncertainty

 

If we embrace the idea that an organisation is a living ecosystem, rather than a mechanistic model, how would we work with that larger consciousness? Paul Plsek likens this difference to that between throwing a stone and throwing a live bird (1). The trajectory of the stone can be calculated precisely using the mechanical laws of physics. The trajectory of the bird is emergent and far less predictable! The question is whether we can genuinely embrace this shift in perspective and add a layer of living tissue to the organisational machine.

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