Each January the Findhorn Foundation holds an internal conference for co-workers, the one week where we close to participants in programs. A time to come together, vision into the future, engage in group bonding and a deep exploration of who we are as individuals and as a center dedicated to transforming consciousness in everyday life.
During the conference twelve months ago I was fascinated by one co-worker speaking about Spiral Dynamics, a theory I knew only by name not by experience. I’m not even sure if he described it that way but I was intrigued by the way he spoke about ‘the shadow of green’ and the importance of ‘integrating the previous stages of human development’. I was even more intrigued by the way he was shut down by others in the group when he stood up to speak. I wanted to know more and find out what this was all about. After six years as a full time co-worker dedicated to exploring human potential, I intuitively sensed something of interest… [Read more…]