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18 01, 2021

Cities Rising for a Regenerative World: Integrating Coherence for Regenerativity

By |2021-01-18T18:18:04+00:00January 18th, 2021|A. Contexting Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, D. Strategic Intelligences, Ecosphere, Emergence, Integral Maps, Master Intelligence, Navigating - IVSM, Reframing, Ubiquity University|0 Comments

Notice how you and we are mobilizing with regenerative action in ways that enable relationships of reciprocity with, within and from cities/communities, ecoregions and Gaia. Reframing the role of cities as Gaia’s Reflective Organs This was a weeklong program January 11 - 15 convened by Integral City, Nest City, Ubiquity University and Humanity Rising [...]

18 01, 2021

Cities Rising for a Regenerative World: Governing with Life-cycle Patterns

By |2021-01-18T18:01:25+00:00January 18th, 2021|Building - Structures, Capacity Building, Designing Impact, Integral Maps, Lifecycle, Master Intelligence, Meshworking, Navigating - IVSM, Ubiquity University|0 Comments

Discover and explore the governing principles and structures that best support the local conditions of  your city/community functions. Reframing the role of cities as Gaia’s Reflective Organs This was a weeklong program January 11 - 15 convened by Integral City, Nest City, Ubiquity University and Humanity Rising ChatAction Group Overview Inspired by HR’s week of Bouncing Beyond to [...]

18 01, 2021

Cities Rising for a Regenerative World: AQtivating cities at scale

By |2021-01-18T18:08:49+00:00January 18th, 2021|Integral Maps, Master Intelligence, Navigating - IVSM, Placecaring, Placemaking|0 Comments

Notice your relationship with your city/community and your learning edges. Reframing the role of cities as Gaia’s Reflective Organs This was a weeklong program January 11 - 15 convened by Integral City, Nest City, Ubiquity University and Humanity Rising ChatAction Group Overview Inspired by HR’s week of Bouncing Beyond to a Regenerative World convened in October 2020 [...]

11 11, 2020

Findhorn’s Web of Structures and Infrastructures of Care

By |2020-11-20T10:15:20+00:00November 11th, 2020|Building - Structures, C. Collective Intelligences, Caring, D. Strategic Intelligences, E. Evolutionary Intelligences, Householder Dharma, Master Intelligence, Navigating - IVSM, Spiritual intelligence|0 Comments

The pandemic has brought extreme pressures on Findhorn Foundation (FF) – the core organization from which a larger community has emerged over the last 58 years – as well as its web of interconnections in the surrounding community. One of FF’s founders, Peter Caddy described Findhorn Foundation as “a community living and working [...]

7 10, 2020

Movers/Shakers/Makers/Carers Who are Making Our Intelligences Visible to Us

By |2020-10-13T14:57:58+00:00October 7th, 2020|A. Contexting Intelligences, B. Individual Intelligences, Building - Structures, C. Collective Intelligences, D. Strategic Intelligences, E. Evolutionary Intelligences, Ecosphere, Emergence, Inner, Inquiry, Integral Maps, Lifecycle, Master Intelligence, Meshworking, Navigating - IVSM, Outer, Storytelling - Cultures|0 Comments

As I have dialled into the multitude of digital nomad media, I have gradually discovered those who have clustered together edgy inquiries amidst the interstitial zones of the flow of change. I now notice many partial truths are lighting up the city. This morning I wondered if there is a meta-pattern to the intelligences? [...]

30 08, 2020

The Future Has Other Plans: Planning Holistically to Conserve Natural and Cultural Heritage

By |2020-08-30T20:02:42+00:00August 30th, 2020|Building - Structures, D. Strategic Intelligences, Meshworking, Navigating - IVSM, Storytelling - Cultures|0 Comments

Book Review - by Marilyn Hamilton Overview The Future Has Other Plans has been dedicated to “heritage managers who sensed there was a better way to plan but weren’t sure how to get there.” However, it could be a very useful guide for other kinds of planning professionals who might count themselves in the [...]

27 06, 2020

Listening to the Spirit of Cities …What is Needed to Make Visible a Global Network of integral Cities and Eco-regions?

By |2020-06-27T18:41:49+00:00June 27th, 2020|C. Collective Intelligences, Caring, E. Evolutionary Intelligences, Integral Maps, Knowing Field, Navigating - IVSM, Reframing, Storytelling - Cultures, Systemic Constellation Work|0 Comments

At the World Unity Week conference, June 23, 2020, Diana Claire Douglas systemically constellated (SCW) a question that has been growing in the Integral City Community of Practice since the beginning of the year. As Climate Change has both threatened cities and called them onto the world stage as key players in setting [...]

17 06, 2020

Covid19 Lessons for Right-Sizing Cities

By |2020-10-13T11:03:01+00:00June 17th, 2020|B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, Integral Maps, Navigating - IVSM, Placecaring, Placemaking|0 Comments

One of the interesting responses and strategies for responding to covid19 has been to define the right-size for co-existing in the same space in cities. But while the rules may be useful (if not true) they are only partial. They are focusing on only one of four possible city “spaces”. Firstly, the most [...]

17 06, 2020

Space to Resolve Gaia’s Quadrivium of Traumas

By |2020-10-13T10:57:49+00:00June 17th, 2020|B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, Navigating - IVSM, Placecaring, Placemaking|0 Comments

Elisabet Sahtouris – who wrote the Foreword to Edition 2 of Book 1, Integral City: Evolutionary Intelligences for the human hive – contends that humans have evolved the 3rd great leap for evolutionary complexity. The first happened with the emergence of nucleated cells, the second came with the emergence of multi-celled creatures, and [...]

17 06, 2020

Right-Sizing Cities: How Does Gaia Reflect on Size?

By |2020-10-13T10:42:10+00:00June 17th, 2020|B. Individual Intelligences, C. Collective Intelligences, Navigating - IVSM, Placecaring, Placemaking|0 Comments

One of the most impactful and fascinating insights about the relationship of humans to the Earth from which we have evolved, came from James Lovelock, author of the Gaia Hypothesis – that the Earth herself is a living system. Lovelock contends that humans are not mere banes on the Earth – but have [...]