The key premise of Holonomics is that significant transformation cannot be achieved without the practice of human values and an expansion of consciousness. Without these two factors present, any form of regenerative life-enhancing transformation will still be operating from an existing mindset, no matter what language or vocabulary is being used. But when leaders do undertake to really understand the Holonomics approach, they quite literally experience a new way of seeing and being in the world, and this is when the desired transformation takes place.
For the last year Maria and I have had the very great pleasure of supervising Bo through his doctoral research at the university’s department of Educational Sustainability which had the aim of “developing a sustainable balanced-reporting framework (SBRF) that will allow cities to change their management focus to include a holistic systems approach toincrease operating efficiency while making strong sustainable change”.
We have now come to the end of The Foundations of Holonomics series. This series of lectures explored the dynamic conception of wholeness in nature and human organisations, through phenomenology, […]
We now come to Henri Bortoft’s final lecture of 2011 which he gave at Schumacher College in which he brings to a close his exploration of phenomenology, hermeneutics and the […]
In this series we have been exploring the various elements of the Holonomics Approach as they are described in the Holonomic Circle. Up until this point we have been deepening […]
I would like to start this post with a little housekeeping. As I was curating this lecture this weekend I discovered an error in the naming of the audio files. […]
In this series on the foundations of Holonomics we have been discussing the notion of ‘phenomena’ in relation to the manner in which we experience the world and the relationship […]
At this stage in this series of articles and lectures on the foundations of Holonomics, I thought that it would be useful to reflect on our journey so far, and […]
This article is going to be a little different to the previous six lectures on the foundations of Holonomics. The reason is that I thought it would be extremely useful […]
In this lecture we continue to explore Goethe’s Metamorphosis of Plants and reach a point whereby we will make a really quite remarkable discovery – one which will demonstrate that […]