– Finding our authentic voice
focussing on the current processes of change in ourselves and the world,
towards a more generous and creative future.
While many of us are aware that the systems we are living with are not serving the interests of the majority of humanity, and are actually damaging the foundations of life on this planet, we can be overwhelmed with feeling helpless to change direction.
Our dependency on these systems in providing our everyday needs, traps us into supporting them. Lulled into a stupor by media, drugs and shopping,
we are complicit in our own destruction.
With increasing world-wide communication, our collective concern for the human family and the whole biosphere, brings an awareness of ourselves as integral to the web of life. This understanding sees in the current crises the possibility of a new consciousness breaking through old habits of thought and patterns of behaviour, to produce a more just and sustainable future.
Can we become agents instead of victims?
You are invited to join a circle online.
‘What transforms a meeting into a circle is the willingness of people to shift from informal socializing or opinionated discussion, into a receptive attitude of thoughtful speaking and deep listening.’
‘Collective thinking is fundamentally opposed to the current system which is managed by the individualist thought. For this, we need time, it is a long-term process. It is usually common that, when considering a decision, two people with contrary ideas will tend to bring themselves into conflict and they will defend their ideas fiercely, with the single objective of convincing, winning or, at the most, reaching middle ground.
The main objective of collective thinking is constructing. This meaning, two people with different ideas combining their energy in order to build something. Then, it is not about my idea or yours. It will be the two ideas together that produce a new outcome that we did not know about in the first place. This is why active listening in which we are not just preparing for our next intervention is so necessary. Collective thinking is born once we understand that every opinion, ours and those different to ours, all of them, are needed in order to generate the idea of consensus; an idea which, after being indirectly constructed, will transform us.’
Regular weekly circles lasts 2 hours and are free to join.
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