Mirror

‘What do you see in front of you? Where do you want to go?’ a typical web training session with my KOKONO clients.

What do I see (when bombarded with information)? Where do I want to go?

Ha!

Mind Changes

Reflections on Mansoor Vakili talk on Living Systems Philosophy, part of Living Systems Collaboratory.

Can we imagine that the collaborating networks are the seeds and hubs of the human intellectual network? …and that they have enough potential to internalize, enrich, simplify, and visualize this transformation process, and bring it to the world? How does this connect to your project and your work?

Living Systems Collaboratory

Hmm, yes and no. It’s both. Human networks and human bodies with a mind that moves a collaborative hand.

Hmm, actually, it seems I realised now that solo time is on a feedback loop with a collective time. Both feed one another.

Reflecting in a diary, friending all ways of thinking and feeling from within.

Swimming in the collective time, so that solo time is on a creative energy wave.

Solo Adventures

I feel like a diary is the way to nurture our mind as a non-linear loving portal to experiencing a collective dance of ideas that come on a fast-forward time mode from the ocean of intelligence of humans.

I feel like prototyping is a self-organised (personal) transformation process we all seek. The one that gives space for our mind to self-organise and open up for a creative, non-linear thought.

I feel like being observant is the way, to human mind and the body, to other minds and the bodies, to nature, its beauty with all of its minds and bodies! “Working with the Heart, not the Mind” always feels so much easier and “going out and coming back with a Question!” makes me remember Beautiful Questions.

In my project, MUTANTU book, a character goes from the struggles of perfection, order, solo effort, feeling the Fear to the adventures of a superhero playing with uncertainty, randomness, spontaneous cooperation on creative projects and feeling the Love. My project is a diary too that encourages to be observant to one’s thoughts, others and nature. So it’s kind of “self-organise yourself” type of guidebook with a humorous twist.

Networks

I felt like today’s talk was on Transformation from both sides: from the mind, the body, to the human networks while the mind is also shifting itself and the human network at the same time, because we’re part of one culture.

Solo and Collective in fact coexist! So, I have one more project, a SAME community, that explores questions like I asked today:

How could we spark spontaneous synergy moments and make it a cultural norm?

How can social systems of humans use “fractal-ing”? Say, how would communities behave as fractals?

How do we sync with those who may be invisible in the network?

If transformation happens in mind+brain first, so what mental models do humans need to learn to move into non-linear world? Can we imagine education and work systems adopting these mental models?

Ruta.io

Nothing is ever complete, just a fusion of linear and non-linear thinking, curiosity and conversation, bridging in general.

Perfect for the end of the year.