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Abigail Grafton and Associates
2225 Woolsey, Berkeley CA 94705 - USA
510-843-3131w / 510-914-4247 cell
I am a psychotherapist, coach, and organizational consultant. I
work to enhance the sense of community, personal empowerment and
co-creativeness of individuals, couples and organizations I teach
the skills of emotional intelligence and co-intelligent collaboration.
I am interested in connecting with
others who consult with organizations and groups, or coach individuals,
with the values of community, emopowerment, authenticity, and co-intelligent
collaboration. I am developing a project for offering workshops
in personal and political emopowerment in difficult times, and another
in co-intelligent collaboration for synagogues.
President, The Harp of God, Inc.
P.O. Box 692, Monterey MA 01245 - USA
My belief is that world peace, prosperity, happiness and social
progress are spiritual attainments and must be attained through
spiritual means. I believe that we are citizens of a universe, the
currerncy of which is love. All beings therein constitute the family
of the First Source and Center. We are all brothers and sisters,
the children of our Universal Mother/Father who are in experiential/evolutionary
growth into the perfection of the love; the truth, beauty and goodness
of our divine origin.
My interest is in the spiritual
transformation of our world from the age of materialism into the
new epoch of spiritual living which is dawning in our planetary
life. My work is to publish the inspirations and the revelations
that come to us from our cosmic elders, our teachers and guides
through our minds and that we live in our lives.
Co-Executive Director, Integrative Activism
PO Box 20740, Oakland CA 94620 - USA
Spiritual Activism / Engaged Spirituality is my area of expertise
where I serve as a connector and maven amongst its leaders. Integrative
Activism is developing social networking and collaborative technology
to enable leaders to interconnect and share meaningful information.
It will expand to include the publics attending workshops, lectures,
conferences etc. that leaders lead. Integrative Activism is a project
of the Foundation for Global Community (the organization formerly
known as Beyond War).
Integrative Activism is currently seeking
collaborators and funders to support phase one implementation that
is beginning after over a year of intense research and project plan
development. In addition to that, I am personally interested in
how activists are using co-intelligent process to build movements.
I wonder, too, about how spirit is implicitly or explicitly invoked
in successful co-intelligent processes.
Organizer and Host, Conversation Cafe-Louisville, KY
1049 Cherokee Road, Apt. 40, Louisville, KY 40204-1289 - USA
502-454-4820 / fax 502-459-8328
I am an elementary school library specialist and an organizer of
Conversation Cafes in Louisville, Kentucky. I am very interested
in participative government, sometimes referred to as a living democracy.
I am working toward the establishment of an ongoing study circle
program in my region of the state including Southern Indiana. I
welcome any help in this regard.
I would like to see the Co-Intelligence
community work towards establishing programs in all 50 states of
this country (USA) because I believe in a living democracy. The
programs could be study circles or other ways of citizen participation
in our government--locally, statewide, nationally and internationally
Publisher & Co-Founder, The Oracular Tree
907 Garver Street, Norman OK 73069 - USA
405-701-8684 w / 866--560-4934 w /
I have published The Oracular Tree for seven years. We
are a literary E-zine presenting positive transformations of western
cultural paradigms. I am also a writer of poetry, essays, and serial
fiction, a certified teacher trainer for Sufi Moving Meditation,
and am working on a series of books describing moving meditation
techniques for problem solving, self-discovery, and interpersonal
verbal and non-verbal communication.
I am interested in projects involving group
meditation for the purpose of creating deep communication, trust,
and joint creative endeavors, especially those bringing individuals
from diverse groups together (i.e., artists, philosophers, and scientists;
mystics, the devoutly religious, agnostics, and atheists; people
from diverse ethnic groups and social classes).
Convenor, National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation
P.O. Box 402, Brattleboro VT 05302 - USA
I am the Convenor of the year-old National Coalition for Dialogue
& Deliberation (NCDD), a coalition of nearly 200 organizational
and individual leaders from throughout the dialogue and deliberation
community who are working together to help strengthen and unite
our growing field.
I am mainly interested in fostering collaboration
and information-sharing among the wonderful people and organizations
that are doing dialogue & deliberation work. Co-Intelligence,
to me, is another word for what well-run dialogue & deliberation
Co-founder, Open Space Institute (US) ; principal, Open Circle Company
15347 SE 49th Place, Bellevue WA 98006 - USA
I am dedicated to growing the capacity of people and organizations
to care for themselves, others and the whole. Having co-authored
The Change Handbook: Group Methods for Shaping the Future,
my work explores how productive organizations and communities can
also nourish the people in them.
My interest is in emergent organizations and leadership
-- inspiring, creating, and sustaining them. For me, Open Space
names an essential pattern of individual and collective living because
it releases the inherent creativity and leadership in people and
collectives, evoking responsibility for what each cares about, bringing
out their best.
Thomas J. Hurley and Associates
821 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94710 - USA
I am a consultant, teacher, and transformational guide who supports
individuals, groups, and organizations seeking to work in more purpose-centered,
principle-based ways that liberate the human spirit and nourish
all life. I was managing director of the Chaordic Alliance and first
coordinating director of the Chaordic Commons. For seventeen years,
I helped grow and lead the Institute of Noetic Sciences. A writer
and poet, I hold a black belt in aikido and live with my wife and
son in Richmond, California.
How do we awaken to and realize
our personal and collective capacities for wisdom, love, creativity,
and healing? How can we develop the personal capacities to bring
forth the lives that are uniquely ours to live, fully expressing
our distinctive gifts in response to soulís urging and the
world's call? How can we support one another in co-developing personal
and collective capacities? I am interested in design for emergence
of self-organizing, self-governing, self-evolving communities, organizations,
and institutions that reflect our highest aspirations and essential
human values -- and the role of story in all of the above, and the
bringing forth of stories that are life-affirming, generative, and
sourced in the deepest wellsprings of spirit.
Rick Ingrasci, M.D.,
Director of Community Development, BigMindMedia
POB 546, Langley WA 98260 - USA
I am a holistic physician with a rich background in mind/body medicine,
psychiatry, and holistic education. I currently work as a Life Coach
and as Director of Community Development at BigMindMedia. I am co-author
of the bestselling Chop Wood, Carry Water: A Guide to Spiritual
Fulfillment in Daily Life.
I'm interested in integral leadership, integrative
medicine, co-intelligence, the Internet as a community networking
tool, life coaching, consciousness transformation, community development,
smart growth, sustainable development, spiritual growth, and "throwing
a better party!" I believe that (as Dostoevsky said), "Beauty
will save the world."
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