the summer of 2002 the Collective Wisdom Initiative (CWI) convened
a small working group that began an exploratory study of sound
and vibration as vital and often unnoticed aspects of collective
wisdom. A year later, CWI held a week-long intensive to not only
initiate a line of experience-based study of sound and vibration
related to collective wisdom, but also to create an artifact for
use by others.
SEED PAPER: What
Supports the Emergence of Collective Wisdom?
SEED PAPER: Inner
Image and the Collective Experience
Carol Hegedus' paper on inner images in groups also contains
a substantial section on body sensing—the sensitivity to subtle
energies by individuals within groups—and how this capacity can
contributes to collective wisdom.
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