| hi richard et all,|
i'm here a week after sharing a mail-resonance with richard ...
i didnot know moore before ;-)
my link to this net originates from a contact on the chaosforum, netherlands ...
where i met julien, jan, jacques, and so many moore potential kaospilots ...
and julien introduced me to the citizen baby filia,
who i occasionaly or serendepitious met 9 months before on a "studiedag" of the NVOA (dutch union for female organisation advisors) ...
harmonizing seems for me something like being free of a structure and then somehow a thing happens ... and the freedom of being ... gave space to enter the attractor ...
hmmm, indeed booring ...
anyhow ... i met josé arguelles this year on 2 days in august ... and his red queen ...
and josé does travel the noösphere by www.lawoftime.org NOW writng volume ll of the CosmicHistoryChronicle in a series of VII.
He seems to manifestate a kind of Avatar with the Mayan title "closer of the cycle" - Valum Votan ... (forget is if you think this is judged as obscure in your cube of reality).
Finally, ending up this story ... indeed theis Tzolkin calendre made me aware of the neverending fascination of the sphere ... i.s.o. the cube way of thnking ...
So , richard, i agree upon your visions ... thnx for sharing! yourself2
|Mirek's example of 'two communities' sharing the same area is interesting. I would say that we are really talking about ONE community, which has found a way for two different cultures to exist within itself. I would say that at a macro level, this community is practicing harmonization! It is, perhaps, a model for what I am talking about.|
|Prescription for harmonization|
| Harmonization is a term I use to refer to what happens in sessions which are supported by some appropriate kind of facilitation. Harmonization is not itself a specific method of facilitation, and it is really the skill of the facilitator that is most important, rather than the name of the method being used.|
First of all, let me say that these facilitation methods really do work. Here are some URLs if you want to read more abut them:
My own Chapter 5:
The Co-Intelligence Institute - http://www.co-intelligence.org/∞
A good facilitator is able to get people to actually hear what one another are saying, and is able to help the group enter a space where they are all working together to find solutions that work for everyone involved. The results have been truly amazing, in all kinds of cases in industry, and in communities.
| There is a tension between two 'good things': 'moving freely' on the one hand, and 'local sovereignty' on the other. Yes, if some family is running from oppression and poverty, we would want them to be welcomed by some other society. On the other hand, what if a bunch of loafers descend on a village and demand to be housed and fed? We need to acknowledget that some kind of balance is required in addressing these issues, something deeper than saying 'immigration' is good or 'immigration is bad'.|
In particular, we need to see that the meaning of immigration in today's exploitive socieities is different than what the meaning would be if the world was filled with democratic societies. In such a world people would not be fleeing for human rights reasons, and a lot fewer for economic reason.
|Harmonization and localism|
| Richard, I created the blog for you (this one) ...|
The discussion can be moved (also) here.
I noticed I was in a hurry, and have not finished a question in my previous comments: Do you have a practical prescription on how to do the harmonization? Given a concrete problem, how would a community go about harmonization???
People 'moving freely': They must definitely have the right to live their community freely.
Two communities having quite different laws (moslems and others) and sharing the same geographical area already works apparently not so bad in some small emirates in Indonesian archipelago.