About Marilyn Hamilton

HI I am the Founder of Integral City Meshworks Inc. and Chief Blogger. Working with cities and eco-regions, I ‘meshwork’ or weave people, purpose, priorities, profits, programs and processes to align contexts, grow capacity and develop strategies for sustainability and resilience in the Integral City. You can read more details about me here http://integralcity.com/about/about-the-founder/
21 12, 2016

Integral City Reflective Organ – December 2016: Coalescing We-Space Power

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:16+00:00 December 21st, 2016|C. Collective Intelligences, E. Evolutionary Intelligences, Emergence, Master Intelligence, Newsletter|0 Comments

  This newsletter is published quarterly using a cycle of perspectives on the Integral City viewed from: Planet, People, Place and Power. The theme of this issue is Power. At the heart of our We-space was the dream/vision of an integral way of being such that we would transcend and include the limitations of individual [...]

21 12, 2016

Meshworker of the Year Nominees 2016

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:16+00:00 December 21st, 2016|Meshworking|1 Comment

2016 marks the first year Integral City Meshworks has received 2 nominations for the award Meshworker of the Year. Our 2 distinguished nominees for Meshworker of  2016 are: 1.Diana Claire Douglas and her work in Knowing Field Designs. Diana Claire uses systemic constellation work for accessing and revealing the invisible patterns in cities. Diana Claire [...]

20 12, 2016

Integral City Meshworks + Integral Without Borders = New Synergy

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:16+00:00 December 20th, 2016|C. Collective Intelligences, E. Evolutionary Intelligences, Emergence, Master Intelligence, Spiritual intelligence, Uncategorized|0 Comments

  “The world is changing. Borders are shifting. Development is happening at all scales – in organizations, communities, cities, nations and globally. It’s time we brought new energy into our service to emerging the next stages of evolution for human systems. Let’s see if we can synergize together!”         With this shared [...]

16 12, 2016

Enjoy Your Facilitator Role and Relationships

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:16+00:00 December 16th, 2016|B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, E. Evolutionary Intelligences, Inquiry, Learning Lhabitat, Meshworking, Navigating - IVSM, Storytelling - Cultures|1 Comment

This is one of series of blogs that are a retrospective reflection on Integral City Community of Practice’s experience in taking the In This Together (ITT) course on basic facilitation The ninth and final class of the course focused on enjoying our roles as facilitators. We started with a reminder that facilitators do well to consider the old wisdom that [...]

14 12, 2016

Give and Receive Feedback

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:17+00:00 December 14th, 2016|A. Contexting Intelligences, B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, D. Strategic Intelligences, Inner, Inquiry, Master Intelligence, Navigating - IVSM, Storytelling - Cultures|1 Comment

This is one of series of blogs that are a retrospective reflection on Integral City Community of Practice’s experience in taking the In This Together (ITT) course on basic facilitation skills taught by Diane Musho Hamilton and Ten Directions. In the seventh module of the course we out of the “refiner’s fire” of conflict into the opportunity to give and [...]

14 12, 2016

Leverage Conflict Through Shared Intention

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:17+00:00 December 14th, 2016|B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, E. Evolutionary Intelligences, Emergence, Inquiry, Lifecycle, Meshworking, Navigating - IVSM|0 Comments

This is one of series of blogs that are a retrospective reflection on Integral City Community of Practice’s experience in taking the In This Together (ITT) course on basic facilitation skills taught by Diane Musho Hamilton and Ten Directions. In the sixth module of the course we gathered our learnings from transmuting emotions, embracing questions, recognizing points of view at [...]

12 12, 2016

Embrace Feeling & Emotion to Transmute Negatives into Positives

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:17+00:00 December 12th, 2016|B. Individual Intelligences, Inner, Inquiry, Navigating - IVSM|2 Comments

This is one of series of blogs that are a retrospective reflection on Integral City Community of Practice’s experience in taking the In This Together (ITT) course on basic facilitation skills taught by Diane Musho Hamilton and Ten Directions. In the sixth module of the course we stepped back from the art of questioning and [...]

12 12, 2016

Question to Understand

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:17+00:00 December 12th, 2016|A. Contexting Intelligences, D. Strategic Intelligences, Inquiry|2 Comments

This is one of series of blogs that are a retrospective reflection on Integral City Community of Practice’s experience in taking the In This Together (ITT) course on basic facilitation skills taught by Diane Musho Hamilton and Ten Directions. In the fifth module of the course we moved from the perspectives we can bring to [...]

10 12, 2016

Recognize the Multiple Points of View at the Table

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:17+00:00 December 10th, 2016|B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, Inquiry, Integral Maps, Master Intelligence|3 Comments

This is one of series of blogs that are a retrospective reflection on Integral City Community of Practice’s experience in taking the In This Together (ITT) course on basic facilitation skills taught by Diane Musho Hamilton and Ten Directions. In the fourth module of the course we moved from the voices we can use, to [...]

9 12, 2016

Express Your Message Clearly and Congruently

By | 2017-04-07T02:57:17+00:00 December 9th, 2016|B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, Integral Maps, Master Intelligence, Voices|3 Comments

This is one of series of blogs that are a retrospective reflection on Integral City Community of Practice’s experience in taking the In This Together (ITT) course on basic facilitation skills taught by Diane Musho Hamilton and Ten Directions. In the third module of the course we turned from listening (in week 2) to expressing. [...]