Venessa Miemis wrote, “We impact each other more and more every day, and our commonalities become apparent just as quickly as our differences. We must be nearing a tipping point.”
Yes, and something still separates us from it, and that’s the movements of emergence awakening to their collective consciousness.
Individual mental models, inspirations, and collections of knowledge contributing to the creation of a better world, are abundant and multiplying, as we speak. What is missing is our collective sensing organs and processes for meaning making, growing a collective intelligence at increasing scale, and deepening our collective wisdom.
I know, it may be easier said than done. But once we truly understand the need for collective sensing organs and processes, nothing can prevent us from presencing (co-discovering/co-creating) them.
I’ve asked earlier:
What signs do we need to monitor if we are
to find/discover/co-create the key patterns of a narrative fractal
for the collective wisdom and will that humankind needs
to succeed with the transition to the new era?
Let me unpack that question, starting from its end: Continue reading
Before the Dream
Close to falling asleep, I told Anna, “I’m curious what is your question for the night.” That was in reference to a story that I shared with her yesterday, in which a Ray Kurzweill was interviewed and he spoke of how the dreams of the night led to many of his inventions, by bringing solutions to questions he focused on before the sleep came.
After a little time of contemplation she responded, “It’s about the overwhelm, the constant, way too much to do that we are living in, which is not sustainable. What is the solution?” Continue reading
This is a blog entry originally posted on Evolutionary Nexus, May 23, 2008
CNN, BBC, and zillions bloggers and citizen-journalists around the world bring into our living room the fullness of the human drama of disaster, hunger, violence, and pain, at a scale and poignant immediacy as never before. There are think tanks and think nets engaged in inquiry into various aspects of the ultimate question of our turbulent, jump time:
What is our intelligent and wise response to the crisis of civilization,
and its unprecedented dangers and opportunities?