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ParadigmenwechselWandel eines Weltbilds

 

 

 

Doppelsinnige Ente-Hase-Zeichnung
Optische Illusion nach dem Historiker Thomas Kuhn

 

Wir leben in einer Zwischenzeit, der
Spanne zwischen zwei Zeitaltern [...]
und wir sind weder in dem einen,
noch schon in dem anderen.

John Naisbitt (*1929) US-amerikanischer
Trendforscher in Europa und China, Autor


 

Auflösung des verkehrten Wesens


Rosenspalier, Niedernhall, Deutschland, Fotograf LepoRello

 

Wenn nicht mehr Zahlen und Figuren
Sind Schlüssel aller Kreaturen
Wenn die, so singen oder küssen,
Mehr als die Tiefgelehrten wissen,
Wenn sich die Welt ins freye Leben
Und in die Welt wird zurück begeben,
Wenn dann sich wieder Licht und Schatten
Zu ächter Klarheit werden gatten,
Und man in Mährchen und Gedichten
Erkennt die wahren Weltgeschichten,
Dann fliegt vor einem geheimen Wort
Das ganze verkehrte Wesen fort.

 

Quelle: ► Gedicht von Novalis [Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg] (1772-1801) deutscher Philosoph der frühen
deutschen Romantik, Dichter, Schriftsteller, 1800, Paul Kluckhohn, Herausgeber, Richard H. Samuel, Herausgeber, Schriften (Historisch-kritische Ausgabe), Band 1: "Das dichterische Werk", S. 344, Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 2. erweiterte und verbesserte Auflage 1960
Referenz: de.Wikipedia-Eintrag Wenn nicht mehr Zahlen und Figuren
Siehe auch: ► Freiheit und ► Spiel undMythologien undGeheimnis und ► Bewusstseinskontrolle

Zeittafel der Paradigmenwechsel [unvollständig]

Wechselnde Weltanschauungen
ZeitraumParadigmaVertreterAnmerkung
N/AAnimismus (Pantheismus)Ureinwohnerkultur, Aboriginee-Kultur 
N/APolytheismusAltgriechische Kultur, altrömische Kultur 
N/AMonotheismusJudäo-christliche Kultur 
~1770Wissenschaftlicher Materialismus
Aufklärungsbewegung
Charles Darwin 
1859Reduzierter Darwinismus1Thomas Robert MalthusEigennützig,
halbstark-heranwachsend
Individualismus
~1900QuantenphysikJames Clerk Maxwell, Max Planck, Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Arthur Compton, Davisson, German, Broglia, Erwin Schrödinger, Werner Heisenberg, Wolfgang Pauli, Dirac, von Neumann, Wigner, Max BornSiehe auch: Timeline of quantum mechanics (engl.)
1935QuantenverschränkungEinstein, Podolsky, Rosen 
1953Genetischer DeterminismusFrancis CrickFrancis Crick, Wilkins, Watson; Nobelpreis für Medizin für das räumliche Modell der DNS, 1962
~1980Neue Biologie, BewusstseinsforschungBruce Lipton, Elisabet Sahtouris 
1983Soziales Bankwesen
Gründung der Grameen-Bank
Muhammad Yunus 
August 1987Menschheit überschreitet die Schwelle der Integrität Neue Ethik beginnt...
~1990Neue Physik, BewusstseinsforschungHans-Peter Dürr, Amit Goswami 
~2000Integrale PolitikKen Wilber 
2003Wuerdeforschung,
Würde für alle-Bewegung
Robert Fuller 
~2006Fürsorgliche Wirtschaft
(Caring Economics)
Riane Eisler, Muhammad Yunus 
~2007Neu entdeckter Darwinismus2David LoyeGegenseitigkeit, Reife, Interdependenz
~2010Systemische Medizin./. 
Siehe auch: ► Bewusstsein-Tabellen

Integrale Politik – Ken Wilber


Der anstehende Paradigmenwechsel auf politischer Ebene ist ein Sprung vom Nationalstaat zur Weltregierung.


Globale Bewusstseinsschichten
StufeGesellschaftBewusstseinsstrukturPathologie
"Wir" gegen "Sie"
%-Verteilung1. Tier
1.Jäger und SammlerArchaisch (grau) 0%Getrennt
2.StammeskulturMagisch (lila)Gute Geister vs.
böse Geister
3%Getrennt
3.Feudalistischer NationalstaatMythisch (rot)
Mythisch (blau)
Raubtiere vs. Beutetiere
Heilige vs. Sünder
55%Getrennt
4.NationalstaatNational (orange)
National (grün)
Sieger vs. Verlierer
"Sensitive" vs. "Insensitive"
40%
20-25% in den
Vereinigten Staaten
von Amerika
Getrennt
StufeGesellschaftBewusstseinsstrukturPathologie%-Verteilung2. Tier
5.WeltregierungIntegral (gelb) 1% (Weltweit)
2% (im Westen)
8% (2030)
Integriert
6.?Übersinnlich (türkis) N/aIntegriert
7.?Feinstofflich N/aIntegriert
8.?Kausal N/aIntegriert
9.?Nichtdual N/aIntegriert
Quelle (engl.): ► Interview mit Ken Wilber (*1949) US-amerikanischer mystischer Philosoph, Vordenker des 3. Jahrtausends,
transpersonaler Bewusstseinsforscher, Entwickler der Integralen Theorie, Autor,
präsentiert von Shambala com, Teil III, ohne Datumsangabe

 

Nach Wilber können 25% der Bevölkerung (Grünes Mem) die Integrale Politik verstehen,
jedoch nur 2% (Gelb/Türkises Mem) können sie vertreten und betreiben.
"Cognitively about 25% of the population will understand [integral politics] and often feel attracted to it."
Hinweis: Es genügten 50.000 Menschen, um die beginnende Neuzeit, die Europäische Renaissance, im 15. (Quattrocento) und 16. Jahrhundert (Cinquecento) voranzubringen.
Quelle (engl.): ► Videopodiumsdiskussion mit Ken Wilber (*1949) US-amerikanischer mystischer Philosoph,
Vordenker des 3. Jahrtausends, transpersonaler Bewusstseinsforscher, Entwickler der Integralen Theorie, Autor,
Interpreting the Singularity, YouTube Film, Minute 10:49, 12:29 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 13. Februar 2008

 

Siehe auch: ► Ken Wilber und ► Politik
See also: ► Passage from force driven controlling egoselfpower dwelling Self

Zitate zum Thema Paradigmenwechsel / Paradigm shift

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Persönliche Bekenntnisse

  • Ich halte eine globale Energiewende und eine flächendeckende Nutzung erneuerbarer Energien für unabdingbar. Ich möchte die Prognose wagen, dass dadurch auch die Welt demokratischer, gerechter und friedlicher werden könnte. Mohssen Massarrat (*1942) iranisch-deutscher emeritierter Professor für Politik und Wirtschaft,  Forschungsschwerpunkte Mittlerer und Naher Osten, Energie, Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, Fachbereich Sozialwissenschaften, Universität Osnabrück, zitiert in: Artikel "Welt finanziert die US-Kriege mit", präsentiert von Frankfurter Rundschau, 7. Oktober 2014

 

Öffentlicher Appell

  • Gesellschaftlicher Wandel wird sich erst einstellen, wenn die Menschen über Wirkmacht verfügen. Er erfordert einen neuen Ausdruck von Macht, eine friedsame Form von Macht. Nicht nur mangelnde Empathie lässt Konflikte und Leiden weiterhin bestehen, sondern auch die fehlende Wirkmacht, insbesondere die friedliche [nicht-raubtierhafte] Macht und Zivilcourage. Wir brauchen nicht nur Empathie, um die Welt zu verändern, sondern auch empathische, mitfühlende Menschen mit Heldenmut, die Situationen, in denen gelitten wird, thematisieren und obendrein eine Form von Macht anwenden, die Veränderung auslöst, indem sie Menschen zur Rechenschaft zieht, ohne selbst missbräuchlich zu agieren. Wir brauchen mehr als nur Empathie, und mehr denn je brauchen wir empfindungsstarke, mitfühlende Einzelne, die Wirkmacht und Zivilcourage entwickeln, um solchen Konfliktherden zu Leibe zu rücken. Andernfalls nehmen lediglich Tyrannen und Soziopathen Machtstellungen ein. Audiointerview mit Linda Kohanov, US-amerikanische Reitlehrerin, Pferdetrainerin, Dozentin, Autorin, A New Interview with Linda, präsentiert von US-amerikanischen Webradio Attunement, Gastgeber Anthony Write, Minute 50:56, 52:50 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt von Eponaquest, multidisziplinäre Bildungsorganisation, ~3. Mai 2013

 

Empfehlung

  • Wir befinden uns in einem freien Fall in die Zukunft. Wir wissen nicht, wohin wir gehen. Die Dinge ändern sich zu schnell. Und wie immer, wenn man durch einen langen Tunnel geht, macht sich Angst breit. Alles was Sie zu tun haben, um Ihre Hölle in ein Paradies zu verwandeln, ist, Ihr Fallen in einen Willensakt zu verwandeln. Ich meine, dabei handelt es sich um einen sehr interessanten Perspektivenwechsel, und das ist schon alles. Freudvolle Teilnahme an den Sorgen [der Welt], und alles ändert sich. Joseph Campbell, Ph.D. (1904-1987) US-amerikanischer Mythologe, vergleichender Religionswissenschaftler, Autor, Sukhavati. Place of Bliss: A Mythic Journey with Joseph Campbell, Video, 9. April 2002

 

Einsichten

  • Erst wenn die Wahrheit, dass Erneuerung der Kultur nur aus der Erneuerung der Weltanschauung kommen kann, in die allgemeine Überzeugung eingeht und ein neues Sehnen nach Weltanschauung einsetzt, kommen wir auf den rechten Weg. Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965) deutsch-elsässischer Arzt, evangelischer Theologe, medizinischer Missionar, Kulturphilosoph, Humanist, Organist, Friedensnobelpreisträger, 1952, Autor, Die Ehrfurcht vor dem Leben, S. 68, Verlag C.H.Beck, 10. Auflage 9. Oktober 2013

 

  • Wir erleben gegenwärtig einen Paradigmenwechsel in den Naturwissenschaften – vielleicht den größten Wandel dieser Art aller Zeiten. Es ist das erste Mal, dass wir auf ein umfassendes Modell für mystische Erfahrungen gestoßen sind, das noch den zusätzlichen Vorteil besitzt, aus den fortgeschrittensten Ideen zeitgenössischer Physik abgeleitet zu sein. Lawrence Beynam, US-amerikanischer Physiker, 1978

 

  • Wir leben in einer Zwischenzeit, der Spanne zwischen zwei Zeitaltern [...] und wir sind weder in dem einen, noch schon in dem anderen. John Naisbitt (*1929) US-amerikanischer Trendforscher in Europa und China, Autor
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Mythos der Hopi-Indianer:

Überliefert von Carl Gustav Jung zum Thema Paradigmenwechsel

  • "Die Hopi behaupten, dass sie am Anfang tief unter der Erde, die viele Schichten aufwies, gelebt hätten. Jedesmal, wenn eine solche Schicht übervölkert war, machten die Frauen die Lage durch ihr Benehmen so unerträglich, dass die Männer gezwungen waren, einen Weg in die nächste Schicht hinauf zu finden; die Frauen taten also selbst nichts, aber durch ihr widriges Verhalten zwangen sie die Hopi, in die Welt des Bewusstseins hinaufzusteigen." Dr. Marie-Louise von Franz (1915-1998) Schweizer Philologin, Jungsche Gelehrte, Autorin, Das Weibliche im Märchen. Psychologisch gesehen, Nr. 32, S. 81, Bonz Adolf, 1977, 12. Auflage Januar 1999

 

  • Folge der Entdeckung der Quantenmechanik war eine drastische Änderung des physikalischen Weltbildes – vielleicht der größten, die je stattfand. Diese Veränderung hängt damit zusammen dass wir weitgehend unsere deterministischen Vorstellungen aufgeben mussten, die wir immer für erwiesen gehalten hatten. Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac (1902-1984) britischer Physiker, Mitbegründer der Quantenphysik, Nobelpreisträger, 1933, Quelle unbekannt

 

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Kapitalismus im Übergang – die Grenzen des kapitalistischen Systems

Siehe Politik

  • Alle Systeme haben eine begrenzte Lebensdauer. [...] Wenn man nun das kapitalistische System als ein besonderes historisches soziales System betrachtet, dann kann man ersehen, dass es gewisse Ereignisse gegeben hat, die es zu einem Punkt gebracht haben, an dem es nun weit vom Gleichgewicht entfernt ist. Der Kapitalismus ist ein System, das die endlose Anhäufung von Kapital anstrebt. [...] Im Bestreben, Kapital zu akkumulieren, müssen Firmen gegründet werden, die Profit erzielen und damit Kapital anhäufen. Betrachtet man die Kosten des Kapitalisten, dann gibt es drei wesentliche Kostenfaktoren:
    1. die Personalkosten [...],
    2. die Kosten für den Input an Material / Ressourcen und Energie, usw. [...]
    3. die Besteuerung in all ihren Formen – eine Erscheinung, die im gesamten System die Norm ist.
Wenn man nun die Geschichte dieser drei Faktoren: Personal, Input und Steuer historisch betrachtet, dann zeigt sich, dass die Kosten dafür in den letzten 500 Jahren beständig anstiegen. Gleichzeitig bemerkt man, dass es eine Grenze dafür gibt, wie stark die Preise steigen können. Diese Grenze ist die Bereitwilligkeit der Menschen, Güter zu kaufen.
Es gibt also in den letzten 500 Jahren ein Ansteigen der Kosten bis zum Erreichen von [...] Asymptoten.
Kommt das System an die Spitze, beginnt das System zu 'schwingen' und es entstehen enorme Verschiebungen. Dies ist eine 'chaotische' Situation und dort befinden wir uns gerade. Video-Interview mit Immanuel Wallerstein (*1930) US-amerikanischer Sozialwissenschaftler, Sozialhistoriker, Yale University, Mitbegründer der Weltsystem-Theorie, Präsident der International Sociological Association (1994-1998), Autor, Die Grenzen des Kapitalismus sind erreicht, präsentiert von Kontext TV, Weltsozialforum in Dakar, YouTube Film, 8:03 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 3. Juli 2011

 

  • Kein Land der Welt ist vorbereitet auf das, was kommt. Nichts wird so bleiben, wie es war. In den meisten europäischen Ländern werden circa 50  Prozent der heutigen Arbeitsplätze verloren gehen.
    Diversität schlägt die beste Lösung. [Die Summe der Ideen vieler ist besser als der klügste Mensch, selbst wenn dieser Supercomputer nutzt.] Wir müssen [über die neuen Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien] möglichst viele gute Ideen mit an Bord nehmen, damit wir klügere Entscheidungen treffen können.
    Das Internet der Dinge und die damit verknüpften Echtzeitinformationen ermöglichen es jetzt, das Prinzip der Selbstorganisation auch in der Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft nutzbringend einzusetzen, trotz aller Komplexität. Denn aus mathematischer Sicht sind die Probleme vergleichbar. Europa befand sich bisher im digitalen Dornröschenschlaf. Wir stehen heute an einem Scheideweg. Wenn uns das gelingt, schreiten wir in ein lichtes, ein besseres Zeitalter, in dem wir einige der Probleme lösen können, die unsere Gesellschaft heute noch plagen. Zeitungsinterview mit Prof. Dirk Helbing (*1965) deutscher Professor für Soziologie, Komplexitätsforscher, ETH Zürich, Menschheit steht vor dem grössten Umbruch seit der industriellen Revolution, präsentiert von der Schweizer Wochenzeitung SonntagsZeitung, 4, Januar 2015

General quotes

Personal avowals

  • I only have one job and that is to raise the vibrational level of the planet – including the human collective which is part of the planet – to a critical point that will allow a transitioning to the new paradigm, the new level of awareness for everything, for the planet and every being in it, for every rock, for every insect, for every person. Video interview with Inelia Benz [Inelia del Pilar Ahumada Avila] (*1966) Chilean Irish catalyst, refugee, 10th dimensional human catalyst, vibrational supporter during the paradigm shift, The full interview, presented by Project Avalon, host Bill Ryan, YouTube film, minute 0:34:28, 1:43:27 duration, filmed 27. March 2011, posted 20. May 2011

 

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Galileo Galilei launched the scientific revolution.

  • I believe that today we are standing at the very edge of a similar shift in thinking [as triggered by Galileo Galilei], a shift that may launch us in unimaginable ways, which is what profound shifts in thinking always do. [...] In that moment in which my mind dropped its defenses I recognized that, just as in the time of Galileo, we today have reached a unique moment in time in which our curiosity, growing awareness, willingness to change, and technology, is once again converging [...] to fundamentally change the way we think. YouTube video clip by Annette Jahnel (*1962) South African photographer, artist, world traveller touring with project "Searching for Galileo", public speaker, author, Public Speaking and Searching for Galileo, presented in United States, 2013, minute 0:27, 2:30 minutes duration, posted 2. January 2014

 

Future prospects

  • Over the last 15, perhaps 20 years we've been on a much more positive timeline. [There’ve three big changes (railroad jumps).] We are now on a very positive timeline which we can't be taken off from.
    The negative forces are saying, 'how can we make the best of it from our perspective.'
    We’ve got another 2.5 years of very difficult times. We’ve another 2.5 years of terrorist attacks, 2.5 years of countries suffering huge ecoconimc issues.
    And then at the end of the years there will be a substantial change in the way that people think, in the way they value and in the way they question.
    If you go onto your broad walk you’ll find everyone's disillusioned with their governments. But that's as far as it goes, nobody wants to push it any further.
    I don't want armed battles. I want people to actually realize that they’ve been tricked. Nearly every step of the way they’ve been given false information.
    In 2.5 years' time a veil will be lifted. It’s very hard to describe. It's not a physical thing, but people will just know the truth and they will start rejecting what’s on off there. [United non-violent protests to known injustices] is the power people have, and the system does not want the viewers, the listeners to realize the power they really have. As long as the people still just keep paying the bills, doing what they do, why would the system change. I would say 2.5 years – and we will see some very interesting changes.
Video interview with Simon Parkes (*1960) British councillor, Illuminati insider, mind control experiencer, activist, counselor, How ETs Created And Influenced The Human Race, presented by Awakened and Empowered TV (AAEtv), host Ethann Fox, recorded 8. August 2015, YouTube film, minute 1:19:14-1:22:09, 2:04:08 duration, posted 11. August 2015

 

  • I honestly think that [Donald] Trump has a very good chance of winning the presidency. And I predict, if he does, within 3 months there will be a number of states in America who will get close to wanting to leave the Union. And I predict this will be California and Texas.
Video interview with Simon Parkes (*1960) British councillor, Illuminati insider, mind control experiencer, activist, counselor, Repcon 2016 Report with Simon Parkes, Repcon 2016 conference, Fusiliers Museum, Bury, north Manchester, England, 29. May 2016, presented by British Bases Project, host Miles Johnston, YouTube film, minute 25:32, 29:25 minutes duration, posted 16. June 2016

 

  • I actually think of Donald Trump as a Mr. Ronald Reagan on steroids. He will do things, enact into law that no other president would dream of doing. On the timeline I'm looking, as it stands in the moment, Mr. Trump will be your next president. It depends on the FBI ... to decide whether they are going to arrest Hillary Clinton. ... Nevermind justice, this is all about deals behind doors. I can honestly tell you and the listeners that the dossier [of HRC] is on the desk of the head of the FBI [Comey] and that keeps being put into the 3rd drawer down on the right of this person’s desk. And it comes out again, sits on the top, the person thumbs the pages and thinks "Oh goodness, what am I gonna do with this", and it goes back down again. But the time is ticking and a decision has to be made. If Mr. Trump wins the election in November you will have three states within six weeks of his election to leave the union: California, Texas, and possibly Ohio. Audio interview with Simon Parkes (*1960) British councillor, Illuminati insider, mind control experiencer, activist, counselor, Skype interview with Simon Parkes, presented by US American listener supported radio-podcast station Out of This World, host Ted Mahr, Bellevue, Washington, minute 46:19-, 54:25 minutes duration, recorded 24. June 2016

 

  • If you do the research you will find that Hillary Clinton's #1 bodyguard who was a Navy Seal died. And the official news is that he died in his training camp. He didn't. He was shot dead by other bodyguards because he trying to shoot Hillary Clinton. This goes back 2 or 3 years ago when Hillary Clinton was on a special mission to Iran to meet the president of Iran. And the head of the Seal bodyguard had seen Hillary change [shapeshift] into something which he didn't like and decided that this was something not of this planet and shot her. It was reported in the news that she had an accident, either in the Senate or the Congress. She fell on her head, and she was off. It was actually a gun shot from a Heckler and Koch 9mm or 7.2 mm weapon. He had seen the overlay [in HRC] change. … The group of Reptilians under the Vatican are the same group that are under [the deal of] the White House. Audio interview with Simon Parkes (*1960) British councillor, Illuminati insider, mind control experiencer, activist, counselor, Skype interview with Simon Parkes, presented by US American listener supported radio-podcast station Out of This World, host Ted Mahr, Bellevue, Washington, minute 50:22, 54:25 minutes duration, recorded 24. June 2016

 

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Transitioning business models are picking up the trend of shared learning.

  • Over time there will be a transition but it's going to take time. I think the next decade is largely one of a painful process of questioning basic assumptions and moving to a very different practices and learning together because none of us have the answers today in terms of how to use the internet to its full potential. We're all still learning. Video presentation by John Hagel III, US American consultant, co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge, speaker and author on the intersection of business strategy and information technology, John Hagel on the modern workforce, part 3 of 3, presented by GigaOM Startup, YouTube film, minute 6:02, 6:25 minutes duration, posted 7. May 2013

 

  • I consider a global energy transition and a comprehensive use of renewable energies as indispensable. I dare to make the prediction, that by doing so, the world could also be more democratic, just and peaceful. Mohssen Massarrat (*1942) Iranian German professor emeritus of political science, department of social sciences, Osnabrück University, cited in: Frankfurter Rundschau, "Welt finanziert die US-Kriege mit", 7. October 2014

 

Conclusive encouragement

  • Since the publications of Confessions in 2004 I've been on an almost constant global speaking tour. All over the world I find that people are waking up to the fact that the corporatocracy has created a global economic failure. One important statistic: 5% of the world's population lives in the United States and consumes nearly 30% of the world's resources while half the world lives in poverty. That's not a model. It can't be repeated by China, India, Brazil, or anywhere else no matter how hard they try. And all over the planet we are coming to this realization. This is the greatest revolution in history, a Consciousness Revolution. For the first time in human history we have the technologies to communicate with each other instantaneously and people in all these heterogeneous cultures are reaching the understanding that we have to change, we have to move from a Death to a Life Economy – from one based on militarization and ravaging the earth to one based on cleaning up pollution, helping starving people feed themselves, and creating new technologies for energy, transportation, communications, banking, and just about every other system that reflects the old ways. When all these heterogeneous cultures understand that (and they are well on their way) we will have the empathy that you ask about. I encourage you and all your friends to keep spreading the word. John Perkins [Economic hitman] johnperkins.org (*1945) US American Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador (1968-1970), globalization critic, political activist, controversial author, Reddit comment, 18. February 2015

 

Recommendations

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See also:

Arundhati Roy (*1961) Indian political activist, essayist, novelist, War Talk, South End Press, 1st edition 1. April 2003

  • Our strategy should be not only to confront empire, but to lay siege to it. To deprive it of oxygen. To shame it. To mock it. With our art, our music, our literature, our stubbornness, our joy, our brilliance, our sheer relentlessness – and our ability to tell our own stories. Stories that are different from the ones we're being brainwashed to believe.
    The corporate revolution [system] will collapse if we refuse to buy what they are selling – their ideas, their version of history, their wars, their weapons, their notion of inevitability.
    Remember this: We be many and they be few. They need us more than we need them.
    Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. And on a quiet day, if you listen very carefully you can hear her breathing. Video presentation by Arundhati Roy (*1961) Indian political activist, novelist, essayist, author, recipient of Sydney Peace Prize, 2004, ending of speech entitled How to confront the empire, sponsored by World Social Forum, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 28. January 2003, YouTube film, minute 19:42, 21:40 minutes duration, posted 8. March 2012

 

  • All it takes to exit the Matrix is to allow your awareness to expand to universal proportions, clearly state your intent "The Earth and her peoples feel it is time to dismantle the Matrix in order to take back the planet. We ask that this be accomplished", and open your heart in unconditional love in order to pacify any panic that arises in the body. Lucia René, US American mystic, ordained Buddhist monk, author, spiritual teacher, woman's activist, author, Are You Ready to Take Back the Planet?, 29. April 2016

 

Conclusion

  • We are currently undergoing a paradigm shift in science – perhaps the greatest shift of its kind to date. It is for the first time that we have stumbled upon a comprehensive model for mystical experiences, which has the additional advantage of deriving from the fore-front of contemporary physics. Lawrence Beynam, US American physicist, 1978

 

Insight

  • We dance to survive, and the beat offers a yellow brick road to make it through the chaos that is the tempo of our times. We dance to shed skins, tear off masks, crack molds, and experience the breakdown – the shattering of borders between body, heart and mind, between genders and generations, between nations and nomads. We are the transitional generation. Blog article by Gabrielle Roth (1941-2012) US American dancer, musician, developer of the 5Rhythms approach, The Spiritual Power Of Dance, presented by US American liberal-oriented online newspaper The Huffington Post, 15. May 2011

Portrait of Galileo Galilei, 1636
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Paradigm shift

  • What we have now is a world that's built on the illusion that we are reasonable. What we've reached is the end of the age of reason. What we have now is a world where our crisis cannot be reasoned with. There is not one thing [in this world] that can be solved with reason. We do not have problems, we have predicaments. Problems have solutions, predicaments don't.
    We are in a field of predicaments that will take us to a different level of response. They cause us to respond to them. […] What we will discover through these predicaments is the folly of our arrogance, the [arrogance of the] belief that money can solve problems. And so the financial system is collapsing.
    We will discover that all the problems that are going into the predicaments that are bringing us to our knees cannot be resolved by any of the old systems. Why? Because we are coming to end of the finite world, the fossil era, the end of that finite form of consciousness that says everything can be controlled and reasoned with. […] There is a quantum world that has moved the solar world, that world of mystical consciousness that is emerging simultaneously as if to replace it at the same time. Caroline Myss, Ph.D. Myss.com (*1952) US American spiritual teacher, mystic, medical intuitive, five-time New York Times bestseller author, Review, by Integral Options Cafe, William Harryman, 20. December 2009, alternatively: The Sacred Spaces in Morocco, part 1, lesson 1, 65:01 minutes duration, Morocco, recorded 15.-26. October 2011

 

  • The new paradigm no longer has "followers". Only audiences. A member of an audience is, and must remain, FREE to leave whenever he or she wants. Video interview with Inelia Benz [Inelia del Pilar Ahumada Avila] (*1966) Chilean Irish catalyst, refugee, 10th dimensional human catalyst, vibrational supporter during the paradigm shift, Debt – A Link in the Chain of Enslavement, July 2010

 

 

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Emergence of the Ultrahuman

  • Everywhere on Earth, at this moment, in the 'new' spiritual atmosphere created by evolution, there float, in a state of extreme sensitivity, love of God and faith in the world: the two essential components of the Ultrahuman. These two components are everywhere in the air. Sooner or later there will be a chain-reaction. The New human-type will be found scattered more or less over the thinking face of the globe. Some apparent attraction draws these scattered elements together and causes them to unite among themselves. [...] They will gravitate instinctively towards one another. They will know one another. No racial, social or religious barrier seems to be effective against this force of attraction. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955) French philosopher, Jesuit priest, trained paleontologist, trained geologist, cited in: Peter Russell, M.A., D.C.S. (*1946) awakened British physicist, visionary futurist, eco-philosopher, producer of three films on consciousness, author, The Awakening Earth. The Global Brain, S. 162, 1982

 

  • A baby will die if it stays in the womb when it is time for it to be born. It is outgrowing the womb. Space scientist Krafft Ehricke told the story of the fetal scientist in the womb in the seventh month. The scientist is predicting that
    • by the eigth month there will be over crowding,
    • by the ninth month there will be deadly pollution,
    • and by the tenth month, the organism will be dead.
Of course the fetal scientist does not know about birth. He has never seen it before. Audio dialog/interview with Barbara Marx Hubbard (*1929) US American futurist, champion and agent of conscious evolution, spiritual teacher, visionary author, public speaker, running Democratic candidate for US Vice presidency (1984), co-founder and president of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution (1990) and Ken Wilber (*1949) US American transpersonal philosopher, consciousness researcher, thought leader of the 3rd millennium, author, Giving Birth to a Better Future, presented by Integral Spiritual Experience, part 1, Emergence, Emergencies, and Evolutionary Synthesis, 50 minutes duration, part 2 Conscious Evolution and the Creative Advance, minute 20:35, 40 minutes duration, part 3, A New Vision of Humanity: Homo-Universalis, 22 minutes duration, posted 21. November 2011

 

  • We haven't been through a crisis of this global order consciously ever before. And there are no experts who can say how you do it. The people at the top of the pyramid structures like president of the US or head of organized religion are actually structurally impotent to do it. Who are we looking to? It turns out to be the innovators and creators and people motivated toward this emergence within themselves and the world. I created a word for this type of person. It is 'agent of conscious evolution.' Those are the ones and they are everywhere and in every culture. Audio dialog/interview with Barbara Marx Hubbard (*1929) US American futurist, champion and agent of conscious evolution, spiritual teacher, visionary author, public speaker, running Democratic candidate for US Vice presidency, co-founder and president of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution (1990) and Ken Wilber (*1949) US American transpersonal philosopher, consciousness researcher, thought leader of the 3rd millennium, author, Giving Birth to a Better Future, presented by Integral Spiritual Experience, part 1, Emergence, Emergencies, and Evolutionary Synthesis, minute 9:44, 50 minutes duration, part 2 Conscious Evolution and the Creative Advance, 40 minutes duration, part 3, A New Vision of Humanity: Homo-Universalis, 22 minutes duration, posted 21. November 2011

 

Outcrops of transition: Violent repression of shame ⇔ self-disparaging shame, angry projections                              

  • Times of transitions are particularly difficult times. Paradigm shifts are painful. It is painful, for example, to overcome loss aversion or leave behind just world thinking. It is very hard for people who believe themselves to be good people (and that includes just about everybody) to accept that they have harmed themselves and others, even unintentionally. Both shame and humiliation are thorny issues; many choose self-justification instead of admitting to change.34 Cognitive dissonance is one of the causes for discomfort when there is discrepancy between what we know or believe and new information or interpretations. Traditional elites who feel entitled to supremacy resent being labeled oppressors, violently repressing shame when they lose superiority, while underlings are caught between self-disparaging shame and angry projections. Evelin Gerda Lindner, Ph.D., M.D. humiliationstudies.org (*1954) German physician, psychologist, transdisciplinary scholar in social sciences and humanities, human dignity researcher, founding president of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS) Gender, Humiliation, and Global Security. Dignifying Relationships from Love, Sex, and Parenthood to World Affairs, chapter 5 Humiliation Addiction: How Dangerous It Is, S. 70, Praeger, 26. February 2010

 

  • Interdependence connects two entities, ❍ and ❍, in a nondualistic way, ∞. Dualism, in contrast, means merging them into one entity, ❂, or separating them into two isolated entities, ❍|❍. Dualism means either separation or merging; either agreement or disagreement; either one or two. Nondualism means separation and connection; agreement and disagreement; one and two. For successful pendulation, the right kind of distance is critical, for individuals as much as for society at large. For example, having a wide network of relatively weak social connections provides more individual autonomy than being embedded into one single tightly knit social context that allows only for minimal dissent. Evelin Gerda Lindner, Ph.D., M.D. humiliationstudies.org (*1954) German physician, psychologist, transdisciplinary scholar in social sciences and humanities, human dignity researcher, founding president of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS) Gender, Humiliation, and Global Security. Dignifying Relationships from Love, Sex, and Parenthood to World Affairs, chapter 6 The Humiliation Antidote: How About the Audacity of Love, S. 76, Praeger, 26. February 2010

 

  • Social change is not going to occur until people have power. And it has to be a new form of power, a non-predatory form of power. It's not just a lack of empathy that causes conflicts and suffering to continue it is also a lack of power, particularly non-predatory power and emotional heroism. Not only do we need empathy to change the world, but we need empathetic, compassionate people with emotional heroism to walk into situations where suffering occurs and also show a form of power that effects change and holds people accountable without also becoming abusive. We need more than empathy and more than ever we need sensitive, compassionate individuals to develop the power and emotional heroism to step into these conflicts. Otherwise we just get bullies and sociopaths in power. Audio interview with Linda Kohanov, US American riding instructor, horse trainer, speaker, author, A New Interview with Linda, presented by Eponaquest, multi-disciplinary educational organization, host Anthony Write, minute 50:56, 52:50 minutes duration, aired ~3. May 2013

 

  • Social change occurs through collective action; and collective action occurs when people engage in consciousness raising, skill development, and spiritual transformation. Collective action enables individuals to act together in groups rather than individually. Collective action is needed to change the organizations of power by state institutions, such as mental health services, but collective action depends on individuals participating. Conversely, participation in individual action that transforms experiences of power and the ability to exert power develops the foundation for collective action. Elizabeth Townsend, Ph.D., Canadian occupational scientist, author, Good Intentions Overruled. A Critique of Empowerment in the Routine Organization of Mental Health Services, S. 48, University of Toronto Press, 2nd edited edition 7. February 1998

 

  • How much of the ugly does it take to substitute for a lack of the beautiful?
    How many adventure films does it take to compensate for a lack of adventure?
    How many superhero movies must one watch, to compensate for the atrophied expression of one's greatness?
    How much pornography to meet the need for intimacy?
    How much entertainment to substitute for missing play?
    It takes an infinite amount. That's good news for economic growth, but bad news for the planet. Fortunately, our planet isn't allowing much more of it, nor is our ravaged social fabric. Charles Eisenstein, Ph.D., US American graduate in mathematics and philosophy, scholar on Eastern spiritual traditions, Chinese translator, associate professor, Penn State University, author, cited in blog article The More Beautiful World Our Heart Knows Is Possible, presented by sustainablema.org, 11. December 2013

 

  • The population undergoing drastic change is a population of misfits, and misfits live and breathe in an atmosphere of passion and imbalance, explosive and hungry for action. Eric Hoffer (1902-1983) US American longshoreman philosopher, social writer, The Ordeal of Change, 1963, Hopewell Publications, 6. June 2006

 

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Minorities dare to peek behind the scenes.

  • Those who are able to see beyond the shadows and lies of their culture will never be understood, let alone believed, by the masses. Plato (427-347 BC) Ancient Greek pre-Christian philosopher, founder of the occidental philosophy, source unknown

 

  • The Millionth Circle depends upon a simple hypothesis, whose mechanism has already been proposed and observed, and is one that can be intuitively and immediately grasped: when a critical number of people change how they think and behave, the culture will also, and a new era begins. Once the principles are understood, the significance of women's circles can be appreciated as a revolutionary-evolutionary movement that is hidden in plain sight. Jean Shinoda Bolen, M.D. jeanbolen.com, US American Jungian analyst, proactive women researcher and supporter, crone, spiritual teacher, author, The Millionth Circle. How to Change Ourselves and The World, Preface, Conari Press, 1st edition 1. September 1999

 

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Civilizations at crossroads

  • There lies before us, if we choose, continual progress in happiness, knowledge and wisdom. Shall we, instead, choose death, because we cannot forget our quarrels? We appeal as human beings, to human beings: remember your humanity, and forget the rest. If you can do so, the way lies open to a new Paradise: if you cannot, there lies before you the risk of universal death. Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) British philosopher, social critic, logician, mathematician, historian, social reformist, "pacifist", member of the Royal Society, Nobel laureate in literature, 1950, Russell-Einstein Manifesto, 9. July 1955

 

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Social commons:

Three internet pillars: communication, energy, and transportation

  • There's an institution in our life that we all rely on every day that provides all sorts of goods and services that have nothing to do with profit or government entitlement and without it we couldn’t live and that's the social commons. There's millions of organisations that provide healthcare, education, ministering to the poor, culture, arts, sports, recreation, and it goes on and on.
    This isn't considered by economists because it creates social capital which is essential to all three of the internets [the three pillars of communication, energy, and transportation], but doesn't create market capital. But as a revenue producer, it's huge and what's interesting is it's growing faster than the GDP in the private market system. Jeremy Rifkin (*1945) US American economist, political advisor and activist, founder and president of the Foundation On Economic Trends, public speaker, author, cited in: Article Radical new economic system will emerge from collapse of capitalism, presented by British daily newspaper The Guardian, Jo Cofino, 7. November 2014

 

                                                                                  Transitioning eras

  • Today, many things indicate that we are going through a transitional period, when it seems that something is on the way out and something else is painfully being born. It is as if something were crumbling, decaying and exhausting itself, while something else, still indistinct, were arising from the rubble. Speech by Vaclav Havel (1936-2011) Czech dissident, first postcommunist President of the Czech Republic (1993-2003) and during the Velvet Revolution (1989-1992), poet, playwright, essayist, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, United States of America, 4. July 1994

 

  • Without a global revolution in the sphere of human consciousness, nothing will change for the better in the sphere of our Being as humans, and the catastrophe toward which this world is headed, whether it be ecological, social, demographic or a general breakdown of civilization, will be unavoidable. If we are no longer threatened by world war or by the danger that the absurd mountains of accumulated nuclear weapons might blow up the world, this does not mean that we have definitively won. We are in fact far from definite victory. Vaclav Havel (1936-2011) Czech dissident, first postcommunist President of the Czech Republic (1993-2003) and during the Velvet Revolution (1989-1992), poet, playwright, essayist, A Joint Session of the U.S. Congress, Washington, D.C., United States of America, 21. February 1990
    See also: The Art of the Impossible. Politics as Morality in Practice, Knopf, 1st edition 20. May 1997

 

  • The world cannot just be explained, it must be grasped and understood as well. It is not enough to impose one's own words on it, but one must also listen to the polyphony of often contradictory messages the world sends out and try to penetrate their meaning. It is not enough to describe, in scientific terms, the mechanics of things and events; their spirit must be personally perceived and experienced. [One] cannot merely follow the timetable we have set for our influence upon the world; we must also honor and respect the infinitely more complex timetable the world has set for itself. That timetable is the sum of the thousands of independent timetables of an infinite number of natural, historical and human actions. Vaclav Havel (1936-2011) Czech dissident, first postcommunist President of the Czech Republic (1993-2003) and during the Velvet Revolution (1989-1992), poet, playwright, essayist, Toward a Civil Society. Selected Speeches and Writings 1990-1994, Lidove Noviny, 1st edition 1995, cited in: The Necessity of Ambiguity, presented by USC.edu, Stephanie Gilbert, undated

 

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Universal peace may emerge suddenly – like crystals.

  • Universal Peace, assuming it to be in the fullest sense realizable, might not require eons for its accomplishment, however probable this may appear, judging from the imperceptibly slow growth of all great reformatory ideas of the past. [...] Our accepted estimates of the duration of natural metamorphoses, or changes in general, have been thrown in doubt of late. The very foundations of science have been shaken.
    A state of human life vaguely defined by the term "Universal Peace," while a result of cumulative effort through centuries past, might come into existence quickly, not unlike a crystal suddenly forms in a solution which has been slowly prepared. […] There are abundant signs of this progress everywhere. The race enmities and prejudices are decidedly waning.
    We begin to think cosmically. Our sympathetic feelers reach out into the dim distance. The bacteria of the "Weltschmerz," are upon us. Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) Serbian US American physicist, mechanical and electrical engineer, inventor, The Transmission of Electrical Energy Without Wires as a Means for Furthering Peace, presented by Electrical World and Engineer, S. 21-24, 7. January 1905

 


Liquid crystal's focal-conical smectic c-phase
  • At the mythic level ends and beginnings are essentially connected and one keeps leading to the other as the eternal drama of life continues to unfold. When the end seems near and everything spins faster and faster, something old and lasting, something deep and meaningful is trying to catch up to us. Something subtle and enduring about the world is trying to be remembered and be rediscovered; and, it seems to take some big trouble to awaken to it. The overwhelming problems and massive threats are real enough, but they also function as a cosmic wake-up call intended to awaken us from the sleep of so-called "reality". Michael Meade Mosaicvoices.org, US American storyteller, scholar of mythology, psychology, anthropology, ritualist, spokesman in the Men's Movement, author, Why the World Doesn't End. Tales of Renewal in Times of Loss, 30. October 2012

 

  • In the course of history, there comes a time when humanity is called to shift to a new level of consciousness, to reach a higher moral ground. A time when we have to shed our fear and give hope to each other. That time is now. Wangari Maathai (*1940) Kenyan environmental and political activist, first female African Nobel Peace Prize laureate, acceptance speech 2004

 

 

  • To live in an evolutionary spirit means to engage with full ambition and without any reserve in the structure of the present, and yet to let go and flow into a new structure when the right time has come. Such an attitude is meant by the Buddhist virtue of "non-attachment" which is so frequently confused with non-engagement. Once we open our mind and fully respond to environmental changes, the profound plasticity of our human systems begins to work. Erich Jantsch (1929-1980) Austrian-born American astrophysicist, engineer, systems theorist, educator, consultant, futurist, author, Self-Organizing Universe. Scientific and Human Implications of the Emerging Paradigm of Evolution, S. 255-256, Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd., April 1980

 

  • Dissipative self-organization is cognitive; that is to say, it organizes information into knowledge. Erich Jantsch (1929-1980) Austrian-born American astrophysicist, engineer, systems theorist, educator, consultant, futurist, author, Autopoiesis. A Central Aspect of Dissipative Self-Organisation, cited in: M. Zeleny, editor Autopoiesis. A Theory of Living Organisation, North Holland Publisher, New York, 1981

 

  • Breaking through self-reference by embracing a destabilizing fluctuation or an error leading to a new structure, is already an act of self-transcendence in ontogeny. The system not only restructures it's internal processes but also creates a new web of relations with the world, usually involving new and unknown – even unknowable – aspects of this world. Erich Jantsch (1929-1980) Austrian-born American astrophysicist, engineer, systems theorist, educator, consultant, futurist, author, source unknown

 

  • The historian of science may be tempted to exclaim that when paradigms change, the world itself changes with them. Thomas Samuel Kuhn (1922-1996) US American physicist, historian, philosopher of science, introduced the notion of "paradigm shift" to describe scientific revolutions, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, International Encyclopedia of Unified Science, 1962, 4th edition 2012

 

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10% of the committed opinion holders change the tide. Travelling memes.

  • When the number of committed opinion holders is below 10 percent, there is no visible progress in the spread of ideas. It would literally take the amount of time comparable to the age of the universe for this size group to reach the majority. Once that number grows above 10 percent, the idea spreads like flame. Study by Boleslaw K. Szymanski cs.rpi.edu/~szymansk, US American professor of computer science, director of SCNARC, founding head of the Center for Pervasive Computing and Networking, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY

 

  • The implications of this new understanding of cooperation are profound. Previously, there were only
    two basic principles of evolution – mutation and selection –
    where the former generates genetic diversity and the latter picks the individuals that are best suited to a given environment.
For us to understand the creative aspects of evolution, we now must accept that
cooperation is the third principle.
For selection you need mutation and, in the same way, for cooperation you need both selection and mutation.
From cooperation can emerge the constructive side of evolution, from genes to organisms to language and complex social behaviors. Cooperation is the master architect of evolution. Martin Nowak, Ph.D. (*1965) Austrian professor of biology and mathematics, director of the program for evolutionary dynamics, Harvard University, SuperCooperators. Altruism, Evolution, and Why We Need Each Other to Succeed, S. xviii, Free Press, reprint, 27. March 2012

 

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When 10% of the population holds an unshakable belief, it will always be adopted by the majority of the society.

See also: Article Social consensus through the influence of committed minorities, presented by science journal Physical Review E, 22. July 2011

  • The percentage of committed opinion holders required to influence a society remains at approximately 10 percent regardless of how or where that opinion starts and spreads in the society.
    • "When the number of committed opinion holders is below 10 percent, there is no visible progress in the spread of ideas. It would literally take the amount of time comparable to the age of the universe for this size group to reach the majority. Once that number grows above 10 percent, the idea spreads like flame." Boleslaw Szymansk, Ph.D. (1950) Polish professor of computer science, founder of the Center for Pervasive Computing and Networking, director of SCNARC,Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York
    • "In general, people do not like to have an unpopular opinion and are always seeking to try locally to come to consensus. The percentage of committed opinion holders required to influence a society remains at approximately 10 percent, regardless of how or where that opinion starts and spreads in the society. As agents of change start to convince more and more people, the situation begins to change. People begin to question their own views at first and then completely adopt the new view to spread it even further. If the true believers just influenced their neighbors, that wouldn't change anything within the larger system, as we saw with percentages less than 10." Sameet Sreenivasan, Social Cognitive Networks Academic Research Center (SCNARC) research associate, corresponding paper author
Article Minority rules: Scientists discover tipping point for the spread of ideas, presented by phys.org/news, 25. July 2011

 

Literary quotes

  • The future is disorder. A door like this has opened up only five or six times since we got up on our hind legs. It's the best possible time to be alive, when almost everything you thought you knew is wrong. Tom Stoppard, OM, CBE, FRSL (*1937) Czech British playwright, Character Valentine in play Arcadia, 1993

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • Eighty-five percent of people on the planet live below a location of consciousness of 200. Now that the average [LoC of mankind] is 207, above the level of integrity, the paradigm has changed. The new paradigm is no longer "success", but instead is integrity. Things that were formerly winked at, we are now held accountable for. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Houston, Texas, Seminar The Realization of the Presence of God, Unity Church, 11. October 2003

 

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Rocky transition times while moving into a new paradigm

  • The advance of truth doesn't necessarily bring tranquil waters. In fact, it can disturb things for a while. You now have a new paradigm, and inherent in it is the downfall of the old. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Seminar Witnessing and Observing, 3 DVD set, 16. October 2004

Englische Texte – English section on Paradigm shift

Current trend – Shifting from PUSH mode to PULL mode


At the brink of the third millennium the Age of Aquarius takes charge.
The world and human paradigms are rapidly shifting:
From survival mode➤➤➤···➤Resilience and thriving
From the predominant male archetype➤➤➤···➤The rise of the female archetype
merging into bi-gender rule
From the domination system➤➤➤···➤The participatory partnership system3
From hierarchy➤➤➤···➤Equality-dignity-heterarchy
From ranking➤➤➤···➤Linking
From rankist pyramids➤➤➤···➤Equal circles
From the chain of command➤➤➤···➤The web of connection
From pride-shame culture➤➤➤···➤Dignity-compassion-vulnerability culture
From shaming-blaming➤➤➤···➤Naming-claiming-taming'
From the core➤➤➤···➤The edge emerging as the renewed core
From scientific reductionism➤➤➤···➤Emergence
From current object-based science science➤➤➤···➤Complementary observer-based science
From the left brain hemisphere➤➤➤···➤The right brain hemisphere
From the forecasted PUSH mode➤➤➤···➤The value-based PULL mode4
From efficient transactions and material profitability➤➤➤···➤Diverse human-centered creativity
From quantity➤➤➤···➤Quality
From mass➤➤➤···➤Class
From juvenile competition➤➤➤···➤Cooperation balanced with healthy competition
From secretive self-interest➤➤➤···➤Transparent sharing
From corporate corruption➤➤➤···➤Leaders held accountable and transparent transactions
From taking knowledge stock➤➤➤···➤Circulating knowledge data flow
From transfering explicit knowledge➤➤➤···➤Revealing tacit knowledge
From Western predominance➤➤➤···➤The rise of the Resterners5
From predatory economics➤➤➤···➤Caring economics
From masculinized wealth vs. feminized poverty➤➤➤···➤Sustainable eco-Wisdom
From a secretive privately run interest-based debt-fiat-money system based on belief➤➤➤···➤A transparent system of community held individualized electronically deposited spending capacity
From dependent⇔independent survival mode➤➤➤···➤Interdependent relationships
From craving ME6➤➤➤···➤Trust-based WE7
From driven multi-addiction➤➤➤···➤Sobering mindfulness
From "Do-it-yourself" single achievers➤➤➤···➤"Do-it-with-others" winning teams
From mandatory top-down teacher-centric curriculum-based schooling➤➤➤···➤Individualized free-style topic-centered
coach-supported e-learning
From generalized consumer-collectivism➤➤➤···➤Unique talents specified within community
From work-to-rule or obsessive compulsion➤➤➤···➤Passion for work
From an automated structure➤➤➤···➤Participatory Uncertainty
From "sex and crime" mode➤➤➤···➤Communicative exchange to a peaceful world
From finite threat-based stories➤➤➤···➤Open-ended opportunity-based narratives
See also: ► Zukunftsforschung – Future research

 

There's a new paradigm in town and it's called pull. John Hagel III, US American consultant, co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge, speaker and author on the intersection of business strategy and information technology, John Seely Brown, Lang Davison, The Power of Pull. How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion, S. ?, Basic Books, April 2010, 2nd Trade Paper edition 4. December 2012

 

In this second wave, the sources of economic value move from stocks of knowledge to flows of new knowledge. Tacit knowledge becomes more valuable than explicit knowledge as the edge transforms the core. John Hagel III, US American consultant, co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge, speaker and author on the intersection of business strategy and information technology, John Seely Brown, Lang Davison, The Power of Pull. How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion, S. ?, Basic Books, April 2010, 2nd Trade Paper edition 4. December 2012

 

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Book review on The Power of Pull:

We are shifting from a world where the key source of strategic advantage was in protecting and extracting value from a given set of knowledge stocks – the sum total of what we know at any point in time, which is now depreciating at an accelerating pace – into a world in which the focus of value creation is effective participation in knowledge flows, which are constantly being renewed. Thomas Friedman (*1953) US American journalist, columnist for the The New York Times, 3-fold Pulitzer Prize recipient, author

 

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Alternative sources:

Keynote adress University of Idaho Women's Center 40th Anniversary Celebration, sponsored by University of Idaho Women's Center 40th Anniversary Celebration, 4. October 2012, YouTube film, minute 14:16, 1:32:14 duration, posted 5. October 2012
Woman on Campus: Gloria Steinem's Day on Campus, Simmons College, 22. March 2013, YouTube film, minute 1:58, 3:44 minutes duration, posted 5. April 2013

Hierarchy is based on patriarchy. Patriarchy doesn't work anywhere anymore. Video commencement speech by Gloria Steinem gloriasteinem.com (*1934) leading US American feminist of the new women's movement, visionary and political activist, founder and editor of the feminist US magazine "Ms", journalist, writer, Gloria Steinem – The F Word: Feminism Today, sponsored by Simmons College, Boston, Massachusetts, 22. March 2013, YouTube film, minute 18:14, 1:42:12 duration, posted 22. April 2013

 

Hate generalizes, love specifies. Robin Morgan robinmorgan.us (*1941) US American child actor, political theorist, activist, feminist, lecturer, journalist, poet, author, Anatomy of Freedom: Feminism, Physics, and Global Politics, W. W. Norton & Company, 2nd edition 1. January 1990

 


      Visionary trend researcher of the economy and paradigms John Hagel III presented six provocative findings:
    1. Western management practices in institutions (education, military, church, government, businesses) are
        fundamentally broken.
        US companies are running faster and faster and are falling farther and farther behind. (See Red Queen effect.)
         Longterm The Shift Index: In the time period 1965-2010 the return on assets (ROA) with ALL US companies has declined by 75%.
         The constant trend is sustained erosion in profitability.

    2. Competition has doubled (1965-2010). It accounts only partially for the failure of Western management.
        Knowledge stocks (protecting what one knows) are becoming less and less relevant whereas diverse
        inter-firm knowledge flows are rising in relevance.
    3. The solution is (right-brained) innovation. The international center of innovation is shifting
        away from the United States to Asia (India and China).
    4. The collaboration curve is supplanting the experience curve (measuring profitability).
    5. Companies chasing and acquiring gifted staff members and let them go waste.
         [See "Dilbert Paradox" and talent war]
        Talented people need to be developed and supported within the workplace arena.
    6. Unpredictable passion for one's work (vocation) prevents burnout from mounting pressure and holds
        the key to longterm success.

 

Sources featuring John Hagel III, US American consultant, co-chairman of the Deloitte Center for the Edge, speaker and author on the intersection of business strategy and information technology
Article John Seely Brown, coauthor, Six Fundamental Shifts in the Way We Work, Harvard Business Review, 17. August 2010
Article John Seely Brown, Lang Davison, The Power of Pull. How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion, Basic Books, April 2010, 2nd Trade Paper edition 4. December 2012
Video presentation Power of Pull, presented by TEDxBayArea, YouTube film, 23:05 minutes duration, posted 19. August 2010
References:
Book Adam Hartung (*1957) US American entrepreneur, executive in three Fortune 100 companies, business consultant, speaker, columnist, author, Create Marketplace Disruption. How to Stay Ahead of the Competition, FT Press, 1st edition 7. August 2008
Book Valerie M. Hudson, Ph.D., US American professor of political science, The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, since January 2012, Bonnie Ballif-Spanvill, Mary Caprioli, Chad F. Emmett, Sex and World Peace, Columbia University Press, 17. April 2012
Article  Push to Pull, presented by THNK, Karim Benammar, Menno van Dijk, Bas Verhart, 2. September 2016

 

See also:
Correlating the right hemisphere with the left hemisphere
Two versions of Darwin's Evolutionary Theory – David Loye
Models of leadership, value creation and democracy – Richard Barrett
Conventional Banking (Me) ⇔ Social Banking (No-me / We / Other)
The Great Re-convergence – Balancing Westerners and Resterners
Mustering moral courage

Essential historical paradigm shifters

Chain of leaps in the collective consciousness
DisciplineNationalityProponentTime frameLegend
COSMOLOGYGreekAristarchus of Samos310-230 BCPresenting the first known heliocentric model that placed the Sun at the center of the known universe with the Earth revolving around it
COSMOLOGYGreekHeraclitus of Ephesus
Pythagoreans
535/520-
475/460 BC
570-495 BC
Upholding the idea that the earth revolves around the cosmic fire, which is the center of the universe.
COSMOLOGYGermanNicholas·Copernicus
See: Claudius Ptolemy
1473-1543
~100-~175 AD
Displacing the Ptolemaic system with the Copernican system, displacing Mother Earth from the center of the universe to replace her with Father Sun.
ASTRONOMYItalianGalileo Galilei1564-1642Supporting Copernicus' geocentrism, he challenged the Catholic Church with publishing Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, on February 22, 1632. A year later, in June 1633, Galileo was tortured and threatened by the Inquisition to "abjure, curse and detest" his heliocentric views. In October 31, 1992, the Vatican admitted its error and apologized.
BIOLOGY
Evolution 
BritishCharles Darwin 1809-1882Replacing creationism with the theory of evolution, replacing men's divine nature with the animal nature of apes.
PSYCHOLOGYAustrian Sigmund Freud1856-1939Offending mankind by decoding the unconscious as much more dominant than men's daytime consciousness.
PHYSICSGerman-American·Robert·Oppenheimer1904-1967Shattered the existing Newtonian paradigm by splitting the archetypal atom whereby all atoms were split simultaneously – in 1944. In that splitsecond all life – not just science or math – slipped into the quantum dimension. Since the end of World War II energy i.e. consciousness came before matter.
METAPHYSICS / ENERGETICSUniversalHealers  The biggest aura(s) does succeed when an era ends and a new one begins.

Tipping point – Malcolm Gladwell

The Canadian historian and sociologist Malcolm Gladwell points out that very small changes in any or several of the context can tip over reality. When the impact, the quality ('stickiness') of an idea sparks a very small group of key people it can trigger a dramatic epidemic of change in society.

 

Who ◊ What ◊ HowThree required change factors
 1.Messenger – WHOLaw of the few multiplicating key people
Connectors ◊ mavens ◊ salespeople
 2.Message – WHATStickyness/impact factor
 3.Messageability – HOWPower of context/preparedness
Disappointment ◊ enthusiasm ◊ disillusionment ◊ recommendation
Four phases of building up to
the tipping point
1. Disappointment 2. Enthusiasm 3. Disillusionment 4. Recommendation
Three categories of gifted people
(multiplicators)
1. Connectors, 2. Mavens, 3. Salespeople

 

Excerpts from Malcolm Gladwell, CM (*1963) Canadian historian, sociologist, civil engineering professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, business consultant, speaker, journalist, staff writer with magazine The New Yorker (*1996), author, The Tipping Point. How Little Things Make a Big Difference, Back Bay Books, 7. January 2000


  • If you want to bring a fundamental change in people's belief and behavior […] you need to create a community around them, where those new beliefs can be practiced and expressed and nurtured. Malcolm Gladwell, CM (*1963) Canadian historian, sociologist, civil engineering professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, business consultant, speaker, journalist, staff writer with magazine The New Yorker (*1996), author, The Tipping Point. How Little Things Make a Big Difference, S. ?, Back Bay Books, 7. January 2000

 

  • In a given process or system some people matter more than others. S. 19

 

  • The success of any kind of social epidemic is heavily dependent on the involvement of people with a particular and rare set of social gifts. S. 33

 

  • Sprinkled among every walk of life [...] are a handful of people with a truly extraordinary knack of making friends and acquaintances. They are Connectors. S. 41
  • I always keep up with people. (quoting a "Connector"). S. 44
  • In the case of Connectors, their ability to span many different worlds is a function of something intrinsic to their personality, some combination of curiosity, self-confidence, sociability, and energy. S. 49
  • The point about Connectors is that by having a foot in so many different worlds they have the effect of bringing them all together. S. 51

 

  • The word Maven comes from the Yiddish, and it means one who accumulates knowledge. S. 60
  • The fact that Mavens want to help, for no other reason than because they like to help, turns out to be an awfully effective way of getting someone's attention. S. 67
  • The one thing that a Maven is not is a persuader. To be a Maven is to be a teacher. But it is also, even more emphatically to be a student. S. 69

 

  • There is also a select group of people – Salesmen – with the skills to persuade us when we are unconvinced of what we are hearing. S. 70
  • [Tom Gau, a Salesman] seems to have some indefinable trait, something powerful and contagious and irresistible that goes beyond what comes out of his mouth, that makes people who meet him want to agree with him. It's energy. It's enthusiasm. It's charm. It's likability. It's all those things and yet something more. S. 73

 

Gathering empirical quality ('sticky') data about ideas (theory or assumption can be debunked)

  • Kids don't watch when they are stimulated and look away when they are bored. They watch when they understand and look away when they are confused. S. 102
  • Children actually don't like commercials as much as we thought they did. S. 118
  • The driving force for a preschooler is not a search for novelty, like it is with older kids, it's a search for understanding and predictability. S.  126

The Hutterites, Amish or Mennonites have a rule that when a colony approaches 150, they split into two and start a new one.
The Military generally split companies at size 150-200.
The company Gore (Goretex) obeys a staff rule: ~150 employees per plant.

  • At a bigger size you have to impose complicated hierarchies and rules and regulations and formal measures to try to command loyalty and cohesion. But below 150 [...] it is possible to achieve the same goals informally. S. 180
  • When things get larger than that, people become strangers to one another. S. 181
  • Crossing the 150 line is a small change that can make a big difference. S. 183

Predictability vs. novelty
The rule of 1508 – the ability to handle the complexities of social groups.

 

Source: ► Audiobook narrated by the originator Malcolm Gladwell, CM (*1963) Canadian historian, sociologist, civil engineering professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, business consultant, speaker, journalist, staff writer with magazine The New Yorker (*1996), author, The Tipping Point, YouTube film, 1:11:00 duration, posted 26. July 2015
Video reference: ► Video presentation by and Q&A session with Malcolm Gladwell, CM (*1963) Canadian historian, sociologist, civil engineering professor emeritus, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, business consultant, speaker, journalist, staff writer with magazine The New Yorker (*1996), author, What Is the Tipping Point Concept? Malcolm Gladwell on the Book, Law of the Few (2002), presented by Book TV booktv.org, produced by US American cable television network C-SPAN, recorded 28. January 2002, YouTube film 1:36:46 duration, 29. May 2015
Gladwell defines a tipping point as the moment of critical mass, the threshold, explaining three rules (agents of change) of epidemics in the tipping points of epidemics:
1. Messenger – WHOLaw of the few multiplicating key people (connectors ◊ mavens ◊ salespeople) ❄
2. Message – WHAT – Stickyness/impact factor
3. Messageability – HOW – Power of context/preparedness (disappointment ◊ enthusiasm  ◊ disillusionment  ◊ recommendation)

List of social reformers on the spiritual path

Social activists (†) – Calibrated by David R. Hawkins (cultleader)
LoC PersonalityTime frameLegend
1000Jesus Christ2-7 BC-30/31 ADGalilean Hebrew avatar, teacher of salvation, central figure of Christianity
760Mohandas Karamchand Mahatma Gandhi1869-1948Indian Hindu sage, spiritual activist leader, humanitarian, lawyer, nonviolent freedom fighter
650Chief Pontiac
[Chief Detroit or Obwandiyag]
1720-1769Native American leader of the Ottawa tribe, known for Pontiac's Rebellion (1763-1766) against the British military occupation of the Great Lakes region
640Mechthild of Magdeburg1207-1282German medieval mystic, member of the Béguines, visionary, writer
550Founding Fathers US American citizens designing, writing and signing the US Constitution
590Confucius551-479 BCChinese sage, social philosopher, sponsor of Confucianism, the Chinese state religion
580St Francis of Assisi1181/82-1226Italian Catholic friar, preacher, founder of the Franciscan Order, social reformer
580Martin Luther1483-1546German monk, priest, professor of theology, iconic figure of the Protestant Reformation
580John Calvin1509-1564French Swiss pastor during the Protestant Reformation
570H.H. 14th Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso*1935Tibetan monk, leader of the Gelug or "Yellow Hat" branch of Tibetan Buddhism, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1989, feminist in exile
545Pandit Gopi Krishna1903-1984Indian mystic, yogi, teacher, social reformer, writer
530Annie Besant1847-1933Prominent British Theosophist, second president of The Theosophical Society (1907-1933), women's rights activist, Fabian socialist, supporter of Irish and Indian self rule, philanthropist, orator, writer
515/520Thomas Merton1915-1968Anglo-American Catholic Trappist monk, mystic student of comparative religion, social activist, poet, writer
510/520 Joseph Smith, Jr.91805-1844US American religious leader, founder of the Latter Day Saint movement aka Mormonism
505Richard Maurice Bucke1837-1902Canadian progressive psychiatrist, adventurer in his youth
500Erasmus of Rotterdam
[Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus]
1466/1469-1536Dutch Renaissance humanist, Catholic priest, theologian, philosopher, teacher, social critic
Influence
495
Eleanor Roosevelt1884-1962US American First Lady (1933-1945), advocate for civil rights, enhancer of the status of working women, chairwoman of the United Nations committee that drafted and approved the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
485Emma Curtis Hopkins1849-1925US American feminist, ordaining women at the Christian Science Theological Seminary, Chicago
480Emanuel Swedenborg1688-1772Swedish scientist, inventor, philosopher, Christian mystic, theologian, visionary writer to reform Christianity
485
Work 475
Ralph Waldo Emerson1803-1882US American philosopher, Unitarian, lecturer, poet, essayist
485
Work 425
Aldous Huxley1894-1963English US American visionary humanist, pacifist, poet, essayist, writer on parapsychology and philosophical mysticism
Influence
480
Benjamin Franklin
['The First American', US 'Founding Father']
1706-1705US American statesman, political theorist, occultist, polymath, diplomat, civic activist, author
475Rudolf Steiner1861-1925Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of Anthroposophy
465 Bertrand Russell1872-1970British philosopher, social critic, logician, mathematician, historian, social reformist, "pacifist", member of the Royal Society, Nobel laureate in literature, 1950
Work 460Walt Whitman1819-1892US American Quaker, journalist, poet, essayist
Work 455Victor Hugo1802-1885French statesman, human rights activist, exponent of the Romantic movement in France, visual artist, playwright, poet, essayist, novelist
420
Work 455
Leo Tolstoy1828-1910Russian writer, novelist, essayist, playwright

 

Social activists (*) Calibrated by David R. Hawkins
LoCPersonalityTime frameLegend
Influence
505
Nelson Mandela1918-2013Leading South African anti-apartheid activist, prisoner for 27 years10 during apartheid, first black president of South Africa (1994-1999)
500Oprah Winfrey*1954US American talk show host, actress, visionary, billionaire, philanthropist
460Thich Nhat Hanh*1926Vietnamese France based Buddhist monk, peace activist, teacher, poet, author

 

Social activists (†) – Colleagues and coauthors of David R. Hawkins
LoCPersonalityTime frameLegend
450Linus Pauling, Ph.D.1901-1994US American chemist, biochemist, peace activist, double Nobel laureate (chemistry, 1954) (Peace Nobel Prize, 1962), educator, author
./.Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D.1917-2009Canadian psychiatrist, biochemist, agricultural chemist, medical activist

 

Social activists (†) – Not calibrated by David R. Hawkins
PersonalityTime frameLegend
Saint Hildegard of Bingen
['Sybil of the Rhine']
1098-1179German Christian mystic, Benedictine abbess, visionary, philosopher, polymath, composer, writer
Pope Leo XIII1810-1903Italian theologian, 256th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church (1878-1903), intellectual, developer of social teachings (encyclical Rerum Novarum)
Henry David Thoreau1817-1862US American historian, philosopher, leading transcendentalist, naturalist, abolitionist, surveyor, tax resister, development critic, poet, author
Karl Barth
[Church father of the 20th century]
1886-1968Swiss Reformed theologian, influential Christian thinker of the 20th century, committed to the German and SwissReligious Socialist movement
Adolph Kolping1813-1865German Catholic beatified priest, leader in providing social support for young workers in the cities of industrial Germany, and worldwide
Dietrich Bonhoeffer1906-1945German Lutheran pastor, theologian, anti-Nazi resistant, martyr of the Nazi regime, founding member of the Confessing Church
Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.1929-1968US American Baptist minister, activist, leader of the African American civil rights movement, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1964

 

Social activists (*) Not calibrated by David R. Hawkins
PersonalityTime frameLegend
Barbara Marx Hubbard*1929US American futurist, champion and agent of conscious evolution, running Democratic candidate for US vice presidency, 1984, co-founder and president of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution, 1990, spiritual teacher, public speaker, visionary author
Hans Küng*1928Swiss Catholic priest, professor emeritus of ecumenical theology, University of Tübingen, president of the Foundation for a Global Ethic [Stiftung Weltethos)], since 1995, social reformer, author
Desmond Tutu*1931South African anti-apartheid activist, first black Anglican Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, 1984, feminist
Bill Cosby*1937US American comedian, actor, activist, educator, television producer, author
Patch Adams, M.D.*1945US American physician, social activist, citizen diplomat, author
Marianne Williamson
[Sister Giant]
*1952US American spiritual-political activist, visionary, ACIM teacher, lecturer, author

Transitioning the self splits in three divides: ecological, social, and spiritual

Three divides in society [status 2014]
Self⇔Nature ♦ Self⇔Other ♦ Self⇔Emerging Self
Societies around the planet are dealing with three divides: ecological, social, and spiritual.
༺༻DivideSplit betweenFeatureLegend
1.Ecological·divideSelf and natureNumber 1.5We use resources at 1.5 times the rate the earth can regenerate them.
2.Social divideSelf and the OtherNumber:
1 billion
Roughly 1 billion people live in extreme poverty.
3.Spiritual divideCurrent self and future possible self
(emerging self)
Tension:
Current status ⇔ potential
Increasing rates of burnout, depression, and suicide. In developed societies, higher GDP does not translate into greater well-being (more happiness). Although humans are busier than ever producing and consuming stuff, humanity's rate of happiness and well-being is declining. [Status 2015]
Source: ► Otto Scharmer Ottoscharmer.com German American senior lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), founding chair of the Presencing Institute, core faculty member of the UN Leaders Program, UN Staff College, Davos: Mindfulness, Hotspots, and Sleepwalkers, presented by The Huffington Post, 26. January 2014
(↓)

Ecological and social divides

Struggling with the problematic notion of "commodities"

 

  • If everything is a commodity, then I can take it, sell it, use it, dump it, and buy another one. And this is exactly what happens. The ecological divide (overshoot), the social divide (depression) emerge directly from the model of economic thought that frames the earth, human beings, and money as commodities. But the earth is not a commoditiy, and human beings aren't either. Otto Scharmer Ottoscharmer.com German American senior lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), founding chair of the Presencing Institute, core faculty member of the UN Leaders Program, UN Staff College

The old woman in the cave and the black dog unraveling the woven garment


A woman in the process of knitting

               A Native American tale              

 

In a hidden cave an old woman is weaving a garment up to the trim. Bitten and chewed on porcupine quills are to hold the hem. She removes into the back of the cave to the ever burning fire to stir the seeds of life in the cauldron above the fire.

 

Meanwhile the black dog in the cave unravels the entire garment which was the result of the work of eons.
Upon her return the old woman finds the chaos. She stands there for a moment and picks up the weaving of the garment again. [...]
Be thankful for the black dog. If something (i.e. the world) would be perfect(ed) it is dead. The world would be over once it is perfected.

 

The beautiful new design had become necessary because the black dog had unraveled both nature and culture.
The old woman knew enough to begin weaving culture and nature, to combine imagination and hard work again so that both are less opposing and less destructive.

 

We are living in the black dog times,[*] in the times of unraveling – and we can choose to weave the loose threads again – back into the world. We are invited to reweave ourselves and the world – by the wise one in us.

 

Source: ► Audio interview with Michael Meade, US American storyteller, mythologist, author of the book The world behind the world. Living at the ends of time, Mythic storytelling and the ends of time, presented by US American web radio station New Dimensions, Program #3243, host Michael Toms, minute 28:35-32:55, aired 25. February 2008
See also:
[*]Pluto in Capricorn – Rise and fall of empires – Structural transformation
Current trend – Shifting from PUSH mode to PULL mode

Obituary of the late Common Sense

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:

⚑ Knowing when to come in out of the rain;
⚑ Why the early bird gets the worm;
⚑ Life isn't always fair;
⚑ And maybe it was my fault.

 

  • Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge).
    His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a 6-year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.
  • Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job that they themselves had failed to do in disciplining their unruly children.
    It declined even further when schools were required to get parental consent to administer sun lotion or an aspirin to a student; but could not inform parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.
  • Common Sense lost the will to live as the churches became businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their victims.
  • Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar could sue you for assault.
  • Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her lap, launched a lawsuit and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.

 

Common Sense was preceded in death,

⚑ by his parents, Truth and Trust,
⚑ by his wife, Discretion,
⚑ by his daughter, Responsibility,
⚑ and by his son, Reason.

 

He is survived by his 5 stepbrothers;

⚑ I Know My Rights
⚑ I Want It Now
⚑ Someone Else Is To Blame
⚑ I'm A Victim
⚑ Pay me for Doing Nothing

 

Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone.

Source: ► Gloss An Obituary printed in the London Times..., PDF, presented by gibsonsrecycling.ca, 10. August 2008

 

Common sense is seeing things as they are; and doing things as they ought to be.
Anonymous, also attributed to Josh Billings, Thomas Chandler Haliburton, Calvin Ellis Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896)

Life prayer

 

            Life Prayer           
We look with uncertainty
Beyond the old choices for
Clear-cut answers
To softer, more permeable aliveness
Which is every moment
At the brink of death;
Something new is being born in us
If we but let it.
We stand in a new doorway,
Awaiting that which comes…
Daring to be human creatures.
Vulnerable to the beauty of existence.
Learning to love.

Source: ► Anne Hillman, US American organizational development consultant, musician, inspirational author, 2014/2015

 

Links zum Thema Paradigmenwechsel / Paradigm shift

Literatur

Der Prozess, bis der Tipping Point (die kritische Masse) erreicht wird, umfasst vier Phasen:
1. Enttäuschung
2. Begeisterung – Multiplikatoren (Vermittler, Verkäufer, Kenner)
3. Ernüchterung
4. Weiterempfehlung


Literature (engl.)


Externe Weblinks


  • Jeremy Rifkin (*1945) US-amerikanischer Wirtschaftswissenschaftler, politischer Berater, und Aktivist, Gründer und Leiter der Foundation On Economic Trends, Referent, Autor, vorgestellt in: Ökonom Jeremy Rifkin. Das Ende des Kapitalismus, präsentiert von Frankfurter Allgemeine Feuilleton, Harald Staun, 13. September 2014

Rifkin verkündet den Niedergang des Kapitalismus und den Beginn einer sozialen Gemeinschaft.

External web links (engl.)


Audio- und Videolinks

  • Videovortrag von Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Dürr, deutscher Quantenphysiker für Elementarteilchenphysik und Gravitation, Universität München, "passionierter Grenzgänger", Direktor des Max-Planck-Instituts für Physik (Werner-Heisenberg-Institut), München, alternativer Nobelpreisträger, Exzerpt Vortrag vor Psychoanalytikern, 2001, YouTube Film, eingestellt 4. Februar 2011
    "Die alte Physik ist eine Wissenschaft für Einfallslose."

Von den isolierten Teilchen der klassischen Physik, über den Wellencharakter der Atome bis zur Vorstellung eines Feldes

Veranschaulichung der Bewusstseins- und Entwicklungsstufen von Spiral Dynamics

Audio and video links (engl.)

New paradigm for civilization, philosophy, politics resting on the four pillars of decentralisation, democratisation, education, and sustainability


Audio and video links (engl.) – John Hagel

 

Interne Links

Englisch Wiki

Hawkins

 

 

1 Siehe: Die zwei Versionen der Darwinschen Evolutionstheorie – David Loye

2 Siehe: Die zwei Versionen der Darwinschen Evolutionstheorie – David Loye

3 Domination system ⇔ partnership system – Riane Eisler

4 "Push" mode: Reliance on elite decision makers, decisions and processes tend to follow linear, hierarchical top-down/bottom-up schema
"Pull" mode: defused, decentralized basis for decisions and organizational involvement, decisions and processes result from spontaneous self-organization and social action learning conducted by individuals who proactively participate in learning communities, ability to draw out people and resources as needed to address opportunities and challenges

5 The Great Re-convergence – Balancing Westerners and Resterners

6 Mustering moral courage

7 Catch phrase of the ethic humanist philosophy Ubuntu [Bantu word]: "I am what I am because of who we all are." This definition was offered by Liberian peace activist Leymah Gbowee.

8 Dunbar's number

9 Joseph Smith was a deceiver, polygamist, and cult leader.

10 Note: Mandela has been a terrorist jailed for murder.

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