Transformation in a Meta-Modern World (& the stage theory debate)
As we participate more and more consciously in our own unfolding, we need to ask what is working, what is holding us back, and how can we develop as individuals and collectively in a way that is in harmony with the wider ecosystem?
In this conversation with Spring Cheng, Steve March and Jeremy Johnson we explore the concept of liminality, animated intelligence, constructive and destructive developmental methods, two key pathways to creating change, our relationality and connection to the ecosphere, and embracing diversity within and between us.
In this podcast we talk about:
05:20 What do we mean by “liminality”
09:30 Fostering animated intelligence
13:40 Participating in our own unfolding
19:40 Unconscious violence in development
24:50 What helps to generate development
35:25 Two pathways to creating change
43:30 A senseful unfoldment
49:00 Development as a design process
59:00 What is a Self
1:09:00 Diversity within and between us
1:15:00 Returning home to ourselves