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SEED PAPER: Inner
Image and the Collective Experience
Writing from her personal experiences, Carol Hegedus illuminates
the processes by which individuals can glean images that are emanating
from the group—images which, if brought forth and understood
by the group, are often the vehicles for "unfolding insight,"
insights that linear thinking alone cannot produce. In addition to
the article, the author offers a set of questions
to organize and evoke further conversation and inquiry about this
subject and an illustration of
how images emerge within groups based on her observations of the
CWI team. Feel free to use these as a basis for offering a response
by clicking on the yellow notepad icon at the bottom of each of the
by Chris Strutt
"This is an image ... actually sketched
26 July 2000 after a conversation with Alan. It jumped out at
me now because of the prominence of the vials labelled 'Love'
and 'Forgiveness' ... now central to Fetzer's mission."