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August 29, 2005

Now that we have met, what is our Work?

This morning I was contemplating on our small gathering this week.
Reading Tom's 'requirements' some days ago I was wondering if I was the right person, but anyway I feel very connected and involved.

Contemplating, I 'saw' a connection between our gathering now and the time/space frame of Jan 2006 - Seattle - Evolutionary Salon. I don't know exactly what it means, but our meeting now will feed gatherings in that time/space frame. We can take some time to look deeper into the question what this relation-connection could be.

Looking deeper into our meeting this week, it seems that we need to be open to what wants to emerge. I don't mean to start from scratch (again). There is a clear purpose as set by Tom and Duri one year ago. But there is a reason that the 5 of us (+???) meet now; the unique blending of our talents and competences can and will reveal new insights and new opportunities.

I borrowed the question: "Now that we have met, what is our Work?" form Toke Moeller, and I keep it always in the back of my mind. It is an opening to the evolutionary impulse that "need us, humans, to... ". Our being together can create a bigger, newer, innovative dynamic, where more collective intelligence and wisdom becomes possible.

Starting from the knowing - of Tom and Duri, and all of us - 'leaning into the not-knowing' with an open heart, an open mind and an open will. That's what I envision us to do.


Posted by Ria Baeck, Mon, Aug 29 2005 10:47 PM
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August 26, 2005

What exactly do we try to accomplish?

In a reply to Joel's question ab out what exactly we are hoping to accomplish, I wrote on Aug. 18:


Posted by George Por, Fri, Aug 26 2005 09:48 PM
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