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Episode 185

Cultivating Emergence

In this conversation with Abigail Lynam and Geoff Fitch of Pacific Integral we explore the concept of awakened wholeness, parts work and integration practices, tuning into collective intelligence, exploring co-emergence, healing within a collective and what is possible now.

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In this podcast we talk about:

05:30 Awakened wholeness
12:00 The developmental perspective
21:00 Healing parts of self
25:30 Fostering inner trust
30:00 Integration practices
33:30 Generating transformative change
38:30 Exploring co-emergence
42:00 The intersection of the I and the We
48:00 Tuning into collective intelligence
54:30 Healing within a collective
1:05:00 What is possible now

Resources Mentioned:
Iain McGilchrist
Dan Siegel
Thomas Björkman

About Abigail

Abigail Lynam

Abigail Lynam PhD is faculty for Fielding University’s PhD program in Human and Organizational Development and for Pacific Integral’s Generating Transformative Change leadership development program in Seattle and Ethiopia. Abigail’s scholarship and practice integrates the interior dimensions of human knowledge and experience with adult learning, leadership development, and social and ecological change work. Abigail is a skilled facilitator, developmental scorer, debriefer, and coach, teacher of awareness, shadow, and embodiment practices, and facilitator of Work that Reconnects.

About Geoff

Geoff Fitch

Geoff Fitch is co-founder and CEO of Pacific integral and creator of Generating Transformative Change, a highly acclaimed 15-month graduate certificate program in integral leadership and change. He brings more than 25 years of experience in management, executive coaching, leadership development and organizational transformation. For ten years he has been designing and leading transformative education, consulting and coaching programs, helping individuals and groups to higher levels of effectiveness and fulfillment and is known for his capacity for insight, synthesis and creativity.


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