processes to foster integration and mismatches, creativity,
body-centred and somatic knowing, emergent approaches, data beyond pattern recognition, self-righting, growth, using language and space to go beyond language, systems, wholeness and more – all this has a common home crossing-over in our ‘sensemaking’.
Day and Night
Complementary views of the one world. Day and Night hangs at the M. C. Escher Museum in The Hague, Netherlands. It was made from two wood blocks and black ink.
Things that we have for a long time, things that we use and look through, become part of the vocabulary of the mind. They aren’t just objects, they are part of the way we comprehend the universe.