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Spiral Dynamics:. Why does it matter? How can it help me?. What I will cover. Review the basic concepts Common mistakes in applying SDi How to recognize dominant worldviews How to become more healthy/peaceful How to help world grow in health/peace Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking.

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Spiral dynamics

Spiral Dynamics:

Why does it matter?

How can it help me?


What i will cover
What I will cover

  • Review the basic concepts

  • Common mistakes in applying SDi

  • How to recognize dominant worldviews

  • How to become more healthy/peaceful

  • How to help world grow in health/peace

  • Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking



Why does it matter1
Why does it matter?

  • It’s true

  • More accurately describes human motivation, values, grouping and change

  • Powerful

  • Is itself a change agent

  • Helps us communicate

  • Applies across the board (life and world)

  • Understanding is absolutely necessary to face the more complex problems of the world



How will it improve your life1
How will it improve your life?

  • Understand why people do things

    • Allows for easier change and forgiveness

    • Makes life more peaceful

  • Easily communicate with all people

  • You become more conscious

  • Makes sense of a more complex world


What i will cover1
What I will cover

  • Review the basic concepts

  • Common mistakes in applying SDi

  • How to recognize dominant worldviews

  • How to become more healthy/peaceful

  • How to help world grow in health/peace

  • Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking


Review basic assumptions
Review: Basic assumptions

  • Human nature is not fixed

  • New thinking replaces w/o deleting old

  • We create new worldviews, still

  • Basically, consciousness evolves

    • This has been scientifically proven


Worldviews
worldviews

  • Arise in response to new problems

    • Historical context

    • Societies

    • Individuals

    • Groups


Review characteristics of worldviews vmemes
Review : Characteristics of Worldviews / vMemes

  • Arise out of life conditions*

    • Times, Place, Problems, Circumstance

  • Constantly shifting (as a result of LC)

  • Alternate between individual and communitarian

  • Waves*


Review characteristics of worldviews vmemes1
Review : Characteristics of Worldviews / vMemes

  • Lesser to greater complexity

  • Come as mixtures*

  • Cluster (1st / 2nd tier)

  • Have healthy and unhealthy manifestations


Review eight stages of development
Review: Eight stages of development

  • Different names. Which one, why?

    • Depends on audience

  • Value of Colors

    • Complexity versus goodness

    • Little bias

    • Shades

    • Warm/Cool


Review the eight worldviews
Review: The Eight Worldviews

1st Tier:

  • Beige/Survival

  • Purple/Tribal/Magical

  • Red/Warrior/Egocentric

  • Blue/Traditional/Conformist

  • Orange/Modern/Strategic

  • Green/Postmodern/Consensus


Review the eight worldviews1
Review: The Eight Worldviews

2nd Tier

  • Yellow/Integral

  • Turquoise/Postintegral/Holistic

  • Coral


What i will cover2
What I will cover

  • Review the basic concepts

  • Common mistakes in applying SDi

  • How to recognize dominant worldviews

  • How to become more healthy/peaceful

  • How to help world grow in health/peace

  • Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking


Common mistakes
Common Mistakes

  • Categorizing “types of people”

  • Stereotyping based on Sdi

    • In trying to establish change in someone or a company, always ask “in what way does the person operate in respect to this issue? Ask not, ‘At what level is this person and how do the rules indicate I should be?’ SD 102

  • On waves (enter, peak, exit)

  • On the onion of existence

    • McIntosh’s diagram


More common mistakes
More Common Mistakes

  • Assuming actions = worldviews

    • “Alas, one cannot detect the operating vMeme in a a person simply by observing behavior- what someone does. Only recognizing why a person is doing or saying certain things will lead you to the vMeme.” SD 41

    • examples

  • Thinking the manifestation is the meme


What i will cover3
What I will cover

  • Review the basic concepts

  • Common mistakes in applying SDi

  • How to recognize dominant worldviews

  • How to become more healthy/peaceful

  • How to help world grow in health/peace

  • Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking


How to recognize worldviews
How to recognize worldviews

  • Ask “why?”

    • Examples: District 9, Sports, Politics

    • Democrats and Republicans

  • Identify the life conditions

  • Where are the perceived threats?

  • What are the perceived challenges?


What i will cover4
What I will cover

  • Review the basic concepts

  • Common mistakes in applying SDi

  • How to recognize dominant worldviews

  • How to become more healthy/peaceful

  • How to help world grow in health/peace

  • Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking



How to become more healthy and peaceful1
How to become more healthy and peaceful

  • See problems in terms of the spiral

  • Seek solutions based on value codes

  • Identify your values, see how they clash with culture/others

  • Identify your onion shadow. Accept or transform it

  • How to transform?


What i will cover5
What I will cover

  • Review the basic concepts

  • Common mistakes in applying SDi

  • How to recognize dominant worldviews

  • How to become more healthy/peaceful

  • How to help world grow in health/peace

  • Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking



How to make the world more healthy and peaceful1
How to make the world more healthy and peaceful

  • Discover and defend healthy manifestations

    • Allow other vMemes to express themselves

    • Some examples

  • Identify unhealthy manifestations and move them towards healthy ones

    • South African mine (153)

    • Palestine/Israel

    • 1/2 step ahead: Gangs (p. 125-126)

    • NYC crime, from Blink

    • MLK v Malcom X (107)


6 conditions for change
6 Conditions for change:

(People are open, arrested, or closed)

  • Potential in the mind/brain

  • Solutions to current level problems

  • Dissonance and uncertainty

  • Insight into causes and alternatives

  • Barriers identified and resolved

  • Consolidation and support


Stages of change
Stages of Change

  • Alpha (peak)

  • Beta (exit)

  • Gamma trap (barriers)

  • Delta surge (enter)

  • New Alpha (new peak)


Stages of change1
Stages of Change

  • Alpha (peak)

  • Beta (exit)

  • Gamma trap (barriers)

  • Delta surge (enter)

  • New Alpha (new peak)


7 variations of change
7 variations of change

  • 1) fine-tune (horizontal) - new techniques

  • 2) Expand-out (horizontal) - windows 95, 98

  • 3) Strech-down (oblique) - hints of old, non-profits learn from corp. organization

  • 4) Strech-up (oblique) - hints of new, going green

  • 5) Break-out (vertical) - revolutions

  • 6) Up-shift (vertical) - evolution

  • 7) Quantum (vertical) - many stages (industrial to info age)


If he purrs continue if he growls back off clare graves

“If he purrs, continueIf he growls, back off”- Clare Graves


How to help the world raise your consciousness
How to help the world: raise your consciousness

  • Ken Wilber’s theory about meditation

  • Steve McIntosh: Integral Global Governance

  • Center of gravity and strange attractors

  • Be the consolidation and support for others


What i will cover6
What I will cover

  • Review the basic concepts

  • Common mistakes in applying SDi

  • How to recognize dominant worldviews

  • How to become more healthy/peaceful

  • How to help world grow in health/peace

  • Clear definition of 2nd tier thinking


2nd tier what changes
2nd Tier: What changes?

  • Deficiency to being needs

  • Drop in fear

  • Your way isn’t the only one (distinguished from green)

  • Hanging out with everyone in the room


Yellow integral perspective
Yellow: Integral perspective

  • The basics (peak):

  • Entering phase: green/YELLOW

  • Exiting phase: YELLOW/turquoise


Turquoise holistic spiritual worldwide perspective
Turquoise: Holistic, Spiritual, Worldwide perspective

  • The basics (peak)

  • Entering: yellow/TURQUOISE

  • What will Coral look like?





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