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Resonant Guide"...knowledge can arise as instantaneous insight or intuition, based on precious little "information" -- a direct encounter with the Whole, not the pieces. One can also set up systems that self-organize information so that the relevant pieces leap out of the whole..." -Tom Atlee, The Co-Intelligence Institute
"One of my great teachers of wholeness, Dr. Charles Johnston, suggested that all things, all situations, all people offer us both gifts and limitations. If this is true, he suggested, then our job is not so much to pass judgment, as to engage with the fullness of things, to "look at life from both sides now" and not close ourselves down.

We are called to practice "holistic discrimination" in which we learn to appreciate and make use of the evolving gifts life presents in each situation, while finding ways to transcend the limitations or problems we find in it. We might find in this practice an enlightening engagement of the sort that Rumi spoke of when he said "Out beyond rightdoing and wrongdoing there is a field. I'll meet you there."...

Quantum physicist and dialogue innovator David Bohm conceived the world as made up of the "implicate order" -- a realm of potential from which all phenomena arise -- and the "explicate order" -- the realm of experienced phenomena. He said that phenomena appear through "relevation" -- elevating (rising) into existence according to their relevance. In other words, things are called into being by everything else, because they are relevant or needed as a piece of
what is happening next."

-Tom Atlee, from an email [Fri, 26 Sep 2003 21:11:00]
Waking Up into Wholeness, Dialogue and Mystery

The Elephant is in the Living Room, Not Under the Street Light.
© By Paul H. Ray, 2003
Author, Cultural Creatives

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