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The Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators - Jason Sylva - Harvard Business Review

The Five Skills of Disruptive Innovators - Jason Sylva - Harvard Business Review | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

Creativity and innovative thinking are not genetic traits. What makes people great innovators is not their genetic makeup, but a set of skills and behaviors. The good news: anyone can learn, practice, and master the skills necessary to become a disruptive innovator.


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Soul Spelunker » The New Consciousness

Soul Spelunker » The New Consciousness | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
The new consciousness that is emerging is, first of all, not a phenomenon we should view as yet another rung on what Saint John Climacus called the scala paradisi, or “ladder of divine ascent.” Western man is obsessed with climbing higher and higher, as in “climbing the corporate ladder, or “making it to the top.” In spiritual matters, the general consensus is that one draws closer to God if one ascends into the heavens. Why the preoccupation with an upward path? Why is heaven up and hell down? It is because we still view reality is terms of space, whether it is two-dimensional or three-dimensional. The West has been consumed with space since the advent of what Gebser calls the mental-rational mode of consciousness. One of the milestones of this obsession was when a human stepped out onto the lunar surface in 1969. The new consciousness will supersede spatial considerations. Three-dimensionality will be transcended to include the fourth dimension of time.

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Eva Rider's curator insight, August 22, 2015 2:15 AM

We are caught in a wave together...the maelstrom of a new consciousness.

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The Myth of Enlightenment and the Endless Expansion of Consciousness

The Myth of Enlightenment and the Endless Expansion of Consciousness | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
Enlightenment is a concept that implies completion. When sages refer to “attaining enlightenment” this refers to a sort of ending place for consciousness, a finish line.
But there is no end to the development and expansion of consciousness.

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Leadership as Network Weaving

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Networkweaving - Creating Stronger Communities from Deborah McLaren Thanks to Deborah McLaren for putting this slide show together that references the good work of June Holley, Chris Brogan, and Be...

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Greek Mythology: “Eros, God of Love and Son of Goddess Aphrodite”.-

Greek Mythology: “Eros, God of Love and Son of Goddess Aphrodite”.- | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
►Greek Mythology: “Eros, God of Love and Son of Goddess Aphrodite”:
“Red-Figure Plate with Eros” by Ascoli Satriano (Dated 340-320 BC). Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.

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Notes on Hermeticism by R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz

Notes on Hermeticism by R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

I T   M A Y   B E   O F   I N T E R E S T  to have a look at the meaning and purpose of what is today commonly called hermeticism or alchemy. Without going into its Arabic and before that surely Egyptian etymological origins, the word ‘alchemy’ (in the commonly adopted sense) signifies the means of transmuting base metals into silver or gold. To this is attached a still more important meaning: that of ‘universal panacaea’, i.e. the means of simultaneously combating all evil and rejuvenating humankind (or at least conserving its health). To these marvels one may add those affirmed by the mystical alchemists—in addition to health, alchemy promises the means of acquiring illumination or wisdom: the key to all knowledge.


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The Consciousness of Trees

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Jung say in the prologue to Memories, Dreams, Reflections, “Life has always seemed to me like a plant that lives on a rhizome.”
The rhizome, the rootstock, grows horizontally underground, with roots at its lower end, shoots at its upper.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on “The Spirit in Matter."

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Fear of a Living Planet

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Does the concept of a living planet uplift and inspire you, or is it a disturbing example of woo-woo nonsense that distracts us from practical, science-based policies? The scientifically-oriented n...
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The Divine Feminine, Unveiled, by Elizabeth Debold

The Divine Feminine, Unveiled, by Elizabeth Debold | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

Over the last twenty years, something deeper has started stirring in women, a motivation to change culture at its roots. The goal is to create a new spiritual and ethical context that would balance and heal our hypermasculine world through honoring the feminine as sacred.


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13 Signs You're a Witch.

13 Signs You're a Witch. | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

"WHERE THERE IS WOMAN, THERE IS MAGIC.”

 

"People often ask me, “How do you know you’re a witch?” Most often, the question beneath thequestion is, “Am I a witch? Am I magic?” Often, they ask a little nervously because of the shadow that shames the word."

 

We owe that shadow to the Patriarchy — the masculine societal rule that has pervaded the planet for over five thousand years. This is important — not male, not gender, but a perversion of masculine energy which brutalized, raped, suppressed the feminine.


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Danielle Dan's curator insight, November 3, 2015 8:02 PM

Magnificent

 

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Very insightful read.

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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on the Symbol of the Bee and Kundalini

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The Sacred Feminine Today

The Sacred Feminine Today | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
Only through working together with the sacred feminine can we heal and transform the world. And this means to honor her presence within our bodies and our soul, in the ground we walk on and the air we breathe.

 

So what does it mean to reclaim the sacred feminine? How can we feel it in our bodies and in our daily life?

 

Every woman knows this mystery in the cycles of her body, which are linked to the greater rhythms of life, the cycles of the moon.

 

And she feels it in a calling to reconnect with the power and wisdom she carries within her, a deep knowing that is not found in books but belongs to her very nature.

 

Read more: Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee: The Sacred Feminine Today http://huff.to/GWZWLl


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Ten Reflective Questions to Ask at the End of a Lesson

Ten Reflective Questions to Ask at the End of a Lesson | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
Use these ten reflective questions at the end of class to help learners deepen their understandings of themselves and their work.


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As teachers many of us spend time reflecting on our lessons. Do we provide our learners with time to reflect? This post shares the author's personal observations on the value of reflection as well as ten questions that you may want to use with your learners. Three of the questions are below.

* Where did you encounter struggle today, and what did you do to deal with it?

* What made you curious today?

* What about your thinking, learning, or work today brought you the most satisfaction? Why?

There is also a link to two other resources that are focused on reflective questions for the writing process. One of the resources is focused the writing process with primary and intermediate writers and the second is on the writing process but towards more advanced writers. These two resources are located here.


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Kathy Lynch's curator insight, March 22, 2015 3:33 PM

Thx Mel Riddile

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Lilith, First Wife of Adam

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I’ll be writing a series on Lilith, the Dark Feminine, once a week. This myth still has its affects and effects in the contemporary lives of both men and women. It is necessary to bring Lilith out of the shadows, as well as Eve on whom the blame, even unconsciously, is placed for accepting the apple. I’ll be writing about her too.

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Skip_Conover's curator insight, June 17, 2015 12:04 PM

3rd in a cycle of 5 Essays by Susan Scott @Susan Scott

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Thank so much for this timely and rich series, Skip.
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3 Ways To Harness The Power Of Differences

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Although familiarity can be very comforting, differences are inevitable in our business lives. This post details three ways to appreciate differences.

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Soul-Making and Spiritual Cliche' Busting: James Hillman: Postmodern Romantic Reductionist, and Trickster

Soul-Making and Spiritual Cliche' Busting: James Hillman: Postmodern Romantic Reductionist, and Trickster | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
Excellent: "James Hillman: Postmodern Romantic Reductionist, & Trickster" by Michael Bogar: http://t.co/zLKpcvXv7f #DepthPsych #Jungian

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The Collective Unconscious & The Archetypes

The Collective Unconscious & The Archetypes | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
The different elements that create the core tendencies, traits, habits & proclivities we are so often unaware of in ourselves, but that make us who we are.

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Carl Jung - BBC: In Our Time

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the extraordinary mind of the psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung. In 1907 Sigmund Freud met a young man and fell into a conversati...

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This was the start of a fascinating and short lived relationship between two creative minds. 

 

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The Psychoanalytic Muse: Dianne Braden - Participation Mystique as Bridge

The Psychoanalytic Muse: Dianne Braden - Participation Mystique as Bridge | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

"I’m left with the recognition that participation mystique represents, for me, a bridge between the world of the psyche and the world of my concrete body, the world of the other and the world I see as mine. These worlds are filled with perceptions, beliefs, sensibilities, fantasies and landscapes whose boundaries are more permeable than I’d ever thought possible,


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Collective Presencing: Embracing a New Paradigm

Collective Presencing: Embracing a New Paradigm | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
In the first two articles in this series, we introduced collective presencing as a new human capacity emerging at this time. The first article described a journey of individual and collective deepe...
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Carl Jung Depth Psychology: Carl Jung on the “Subtle Body.”

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The descent in the feminine process~

The descent in the feminine process~ | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

Depression comes as a gift that stops one from hurrying briskly, confidently into the market. Stops one from rushing to the shopping center to buy one more bargain blouse for an already overcrowded closet. Stops one from emptily mouthing what one no longer believes in anyway.

 

“Depression stops time… and one settles into one’s own waters as a sailing vessel without wind… without wind… without momentum…and one sinks into one’s depths.


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PAT NOVAK's curator insight, December 8, 2013 6:39 PM

Understanding this  piece of the process is so important and often shut down too soon or avoided all together.

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The awakening of the Goddess will not feed or satisfy the ego.

The awakening of the Goddess will not feed or satisfy the ego. | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

There is a lot of talk about feminine awakening and empowerment these days, and one of the pitfalls I see playing itself out in the collective right now, is that the old paradigm of competition and greed, of “more-for-me” has learned to mimic the deep feminine. With that I mean that there is a danger that we use the language and the imagery of the feminine to feed the old patterns of ambition and endless improvement. Now we are not only being told that we should be better and smarter and richer, we should also “find our inner Goddess”, get our “tantra on”, be more radiant,  we should “do” the feminine perfectly.

 

- See more at: http://awakeningwomen.com/blog/#sthash.NjXx0OhH.dpuf


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Returning to the Sacred Feminine

Returning to the Sacred Feminine | Active Feminine | Scoop.it

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Raise your hand if you have ever been stabbed in the back by a female friend. Raise your hand if you have met issues in the workplace due to a female colleague...

The Sacred Feminine, is an appreciation and respect for the innate feminine energy which resides within both women and men. It is Divine and compliments Sacred Masculine energy which is linear and often very determined to reach point B from point A. Sacred Feminine energy prefers the scenic route, which may take longer, but which would be more enjoyable.

Read more: http://dailyvenusdiva.com/2012/08/30/returning-to-the-sacred-feminine/


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Communing with the sacred feminine within | FemCentral

Communing with the sacred feminine within | FemCentral | Active Feminine | Scoop.it
Even though I can’t easily define the sacred feminine within me, I can commune with it.

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