A clip, where you actually see and hear the interviewer, Anne Paré (for the We-Space Summit in 2018), engaged in an exchange on the difference between linearity- causality and encountering. How you can switch experiencing from ‘putting labels’ to ‘receive the experience’.
Any change starts with acknowledging where we are now; also when dealing with the wicked problems of our time. Witnessing the ugly and unintended consequences is crucial, also on the level of society.
A bit longer video clip, going a bit deeper into the concept of Wholeness of Knowing, as an essential element in the practice of Circle of Creation – also the link with being at ease with Not-knowing-yet.
Part of an interview for the We-Space Summit, 2018.
Why does it feel we need courage to actually do what feels natural in the moment?
Snippit from an interview taken for the We-Space Summit, 2018.
Taken from an interview for the We-Space Summit, 2017, this is a clip explaining a bit why developing a framework – with a Circle of Presence and a Circle of Creation – makes sense for a lot of people.
Taken from an interview, from the We-space Summit, of 2017. The little story of how the realisation came that it was not about finding the book that could explain our experiences, but about me, crafting out experiences into a framework that made sense and writing this book!
Most people know the poet David Whyte. As I am not a native English speaker most poetry is way too difficult for me to understand, but David uses a simple language most of the time, that he even repeats – quite helpful for me!
David Whyte, with his own style of poetry and own style of reading it out, makes essential points about the interconnectedness of everything – the conversational nature of reality.
It was Vanessa Reid, now a dear friend, who spoke first about Conscious Closure; exactly with the story that she tells in this video. At that moment – in a gathering in Greece – it held way more details of course, but it is still quite valid – for everyone in these times when older structures have to die and newer ones are rising.
Larry Merculieff is an indigenous elder from up north in Canada, who shares wisdom of old ages. His story – image of how women need to hold space for the new to birth, is – was very inspiring to me.
I never met this man, but he seems to know a lot about subtle sensing, and how we are part of nature, and how we can be as nature. Enjoy listening to him!