The Liminal Space. What it is the “liminal space"? Etymology: from the Latin “limen” meaning a threshold. . Limbo and Liminoid. Near Enemies: - Limbo: from the Latin “limbus” meaning on the edge. - Liminoid: Victor Turner, 1974.-common in Western Societies. Anthropological Roots.
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What it is the “liminal space"?
Etymology: from the Latin “limen” meaning a threshold.
- Limbo: from the Latin “limbus” meaning on the edge.
- Liminoid: Victor Turner, 1974.-common in Western Societies.
States of Consciousness
Ethnographic Research and Therapy.
Social and political repercussions
Implications for coaching and consulting and therapy.
The Contact Cycle.
Support as that which enables
Decision point Choice!
Support as "that which enables".
Support as that which Accompanies
The Liminal Space
Will and Grace
Structures of ground.
Increase in influence of paradoxical theory of change.
Openness to being affected.
Support as that which accompanies.
Change as a constantly emergent connection with a dynamic interconnected universe.
Therapy as accompaniment.