Category Archives: Individuation

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Serendipity – What’s Luck Got To Do With It?

When I’ve opened myself up to the gifts of the universe, amazing things have happened. My serendipity is a mashup of people and experiences, of appreciation and forgiveness, of gratitude and humility. It’s how I found Systems Thinking, Temenos, Individuation, … Read More

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From One Question to Five Million Copies Sold: What Our Bodies, Ourselves has to Teach You about Transforming the Culture of Business

When I turned 70 last year, I felt my legacy was set. I will continue to contribute in many ways over the next 30 years. At the same time, I recognize that when I asked the first question that created … Read More

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Going Feral: A Fairy Tale for the Inner Wild Child

Using music and personal anecdotes Going Feral explores the ways we unwittingly give power away and how to expand personal freedom by changing our inner monologue from one of powerless victim hood to one of heroism.

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Super Hero Self

Super heroes resonate as archetypes of human potential. They serve humanity through an expanded identity and systemic consciousness according to their unique qualifications–as such, they are models for us all. I will lead an experiential exploration of superhero and villain … Read More

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The Soul’s Meaning: Imagining an Education for Individuation

In today’s high-stakes educational environment where the Test reigns King, our model is an education for information, where knowledge is quantifiable and what counts matters most. Even in the world of mainstream psychology, where we should be studying the soul’s … Read More

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Presencing as Being in Care: A relational perspective on Theory U

I recently completed a book chapter in which will be published soon in which I bring a relational self lens to Schmarer’s Theory U. As we shift our understanding from the idea of individual self to seeing ourselves as fully … Read More

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Individuating A Workgroup, Team, Or Company From The Inside

When two or more people are organized to perform work for a company, they form a new soul separate from their own personal souls. In doing so, the soul of their workgroup, team, or company is imbued with similar psychological … Read More