emergent dialogue 2021-2022

emergent dialogue

coherence | co-conscious creativity | intersubjective sense-making

Program Central

Recordings and Support Material

The
Program:

  • The two Teaching Sessions each month will be held on Wednesdays from 17:00-19:00 Central European Time. See below for the actual dates. For the time in your location, see World Time Buddy.
  • Here is the Zoom link for these sessions:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403284114
  • The small group practice sessions will be held twice a month in the weeks when there isn’t a Teaching Session and will be scheduled by each group so that they are at a time convenient to the group members. These sessions will be about 75 minutes long.
  • We will have a three-week break over the end of year holidays, which we believe will be helpful in two ways: first, so that you can have time with family or have a chance to travel, and second, to integrate what you have learned so that you have a foundation for the next module of the program.
  • Recordings of the Teaching Sessions will be made available to course participants, but watching them does not substitute for attending the sessions, which are interactive and experiential.
  • You will also have access to an online forum for all participants and for each practice group so that you can share insights and connect in between the teaching sessions and practice groups. This is a work-in-progress that we intend to have ready before the end-of-year break.

Course Modules:

1. trans-individuation & the emergence of coherence

2. Eros & the emergence of co-conscious creativity

3. synergy & the emergence of intersubjective sense-making

1. transindividuation & the emergence of coherence

October 27
Introduction Session

Before the course gets underway, we’ll use this time to connect and prepare for the journey ahead.

November 10
Perceiving the Field

Can we sense something beyond individual experience?

NOVEMBER 24​
Radical Openness​

How can meditation help to cultivate sensing beyond mind?

December 8
Not Knowing & Longing

What attitude and motivation opens the field of coherence?

JANUARY 12​
Collective Presencing
How do we orient to the space between us?

2. eros & the emergence of co-conscious creativity

JANUARY 26​
Invoking & Evoking​

How can we call the living intersubjective into presence?

FEBRUARY 9​
Intuiting Wholeness
How do glimpses of the whole provide direction?​
FEBRUARY 23​
The Creative Impulse​

Can we discover and align with Eros as a collective?​

March 9
Unfolding the Present

What does this intersubjective space want to unfold now?​

3. synergy & the emergence of intersubjective sense-making

March 23
Creative Friction

Can potential conflict transform into a higher integration of perspectives?​

April 6
Synergetic Intelligence

How can we allow intersubjective synergy to do its work?​

Your Faculty:

Pamela von Sabljar​

Bio

Thomas Steininger

Bio

Elizabeth Debold

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Mike kauschke

I am managing editor of evolve Magazine, a translator, author and facilitator of emergent dialogue. I have studied Zen Buddhism with various teachers, engaged in hospice work and have nearly 20 years’ experience working with We Space and emergent dialogue. Currently, I am writing a book about a poetic art of living that will be published later this year. 

Iris von Tiedemann
I have worked as a business and teaching coach (ECA) for more than 25 years. I live in Berlin, and am trained as a process and systems consultant based on process-orientated psychology. I am co-founder and head of the Institute for Transformational Leadership www.transformational-leadership.de, which has given regular trainings in transformation process facilitation for the last 15 years. I work primarily in intercultural design contexts in the areas of media, culture, and art. My specialty is unfolding the unique potential of the individual for the benefit of the intelligence of the field.
James Redenbaugh

My work is informed by a life-long interest in collaboration, community, inter-connectivity, and intersubjectivity. I’ve been an artist, architect, entrepreneur, and parkour coach, but my greatest interest will always lie in the infinite potential to be found in the space between individuals, and the meshworks between movements. I’m a certified Integral Facilitator, co-living community manager, and evolve Magazine‘s biggest non-German-speaking fan. 

Marlene Potthoff
The question of how environmental protection and social change can go hand in hand with actively lived modern spirituality has occupied me since my youth. Professionally, I am committed to living climate protection. In addition, I am inspired by the vitality of the field of consciousness between us and the desire for deep human togetherness. For the past 15 years, the co-conscious and co-creative thinking and working in emergent dialogues have been the engine of my work for a new culture between human beings and for the world.
Ashok Krishnan
Ashok loves wracking his brains in dreaming up and implementing action plans. He is energised by getting things off the ground and making them happen. His major interests are PJs, Puns, Memes, Gender, and Bollywood references. He volunteers with Blue Ribbon Movement and anchors the Campaigns and Events for the Movement along with looking into the fundraising vertical. He is Known for doing things efficiently and on time. Having worked in the Corporate sector for a couple of years and then in the Development sector in the domain around gender, currently he is working with Wisdom Tree as the Chief Operating Officer.
Maria Zacherl

It is such a joy to have been workng with this dedicated team and other members since 2009. Although I am a naturopath by profession, I am involved in facilitating different Co-Conscious We-space and emergent dialogue programs at emerge bewusstseinskultur e.V. and One World in Dialogue and am part of the support team of evolve Magazine’s salon work.

Katrien Franken

I am founder and Director of Research at Open Up, which is about developing psychotherapeutic breathwork and a source of credibility and opportunity for what is possible in exploring new understandings of human healing potential and sustainable change. I look at humans, society and the world holistically and am driven by a strong passion to help transform the narrative and cultural conditioning; our internal structure of the world. I work with widely different people and extensively with younger generations, empowering them to foster regenerative leadership. Through an experiential and educational approach, I facilitate to support the exchange of discoveries for our mutual growth, understanding through what is most alive, to come alive.

Nadja RosmanN

As a cultural anthropologist, I’m fascinated by exploring how collectives find purpose and create togetherness. In the past ten years, emergent dialogue became to me a life practice in this discovery. Being a member of the editorial team of evolve Magazine, I established and co-lead with my colleagues a network of almost 30 evolve salons in the German speaking countries where we take deep dives into the evolution of culture and consciousness, based on the magazine topics.

Kerry Lindsey

After a long trifold path through the arenas of small business start-ups, collective spiritual practices, and developing physical communities, my paths began to merge 30 years ago into the world of collaborative technologies.  That journey ultimately landed me in the realm of intersubjective practices five years ago. Thanks to the new world that opened, the context that most drives me now is, “How do we create–From the We– the localized human-scale economies that will absolutely work… for the we, and the planet?”

Arnaz Khan
Arnaz is a conscious-media professional, writer and editor. She is an active volunteer of the Blue Ribbon Movement – a space where the members take decisions with 100% consent. She leads the Movement’s media. At BRM, you can find her wordsmithing, pushing the boundaries of collective consciousness and daydreaming of a co-living community. She dreams of capturing history in the written word as it is being lived while humouring everyone with her dark jokes.
Carri Munn
Arnaz is a conscious-media professional, writer and editor. She is an active volunteer of the Blue Ribbon Movement – a space where the members take decisions with 100% consent. She leads the Movement’s media. At BRM, you can find her wordsmithing, pushing the boundaries of collective consciousness and daydreaming of a co-living community. She dreams of capturing history in the written word as it is being lived while humouring everyone with her dark jokes.
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Course Includes

  • 11 Sessions

Evolve world

Dr. Elizabeth Debold

For the last forty-some years, I have sought the answer to the question: how can we transform the dynamics of relationship and complexities of desire between women and men so that we all can thrive and reach our full human potential?

This inquiry has taken me from feminist activism in New York City to a doctorate in developmental psychology with Dr. Carol Gilligan at Harvard to a tumultuous global spiritual community that pioneered collective awakening and, finally, to an ongoing experiment in intersubjective emergence in Frankfurt, Germany.

I founded One World in Dialogue, an online forum to explore how intersubjectivity can bring us together across cultures to create new capacities in global consciousness. An author, transformative educator, journalist/editor, community leader and mentor, I have found the answer to my question in the amazing collective emergence of the Co-Conscious We and seek to share its potential in all that I do.