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Dorset NLP Forum May 2012 - Evolution

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Presented by Mike Forte at the Dorset NLP Forum, Thursday May 31st 2012.

A meandering presentation around psychological aspects of development.

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Dorset NLP Forum May 2012 - Evolution

  1. 1. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Evolution Mike Forte - J.O.A.T.; M.O.N.
  2. 2. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 ...Brain ...Brain ...Brain...Natural Selection ...Natural Selection ...Natural Selection ...Holons ...Holons ...Holons NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 2
  3. 3. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Part 1... ...Brain stuff... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st2012 3
  4. 4. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Blame Amidala...!!! NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 4
  5. 5. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 The Amygdala made me do it...!!!• The choices we make in day-to-day life are prompted by impulses lodged deep within the nervous system — to put the matter plainly — we have no idea what we’re doing.• ...[There are]...two modes of thinking: System 1 is intuitive, System 2 is logical. – System 1 “operates automatically and quickly, with little or no effort and no sense of voluntary control.” We react to faces that we perceive as angry faster than to “happy” faces because they contain a greater possibility of danger. – System 2 “allocates attention to the effortful mental activities that demand it, including complex computations.” It makes decisions — or thinks it does. We “normalize” irrational data either by organizing it to fit a made-up narrative or by ignoring it altogether. made- NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 5
  6. 6. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Blame Amygdala...!!!From: Scientific American April 2012 NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 6
  7. 7. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Blame Amygdala...!!!From: Scientific American April 2012 NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st2012
  8. 8. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Blame Amygdala...!!! MuShin No Shin Mind of ‘no mind’From: Scientific American April 2012 NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st2012
  9. 9. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Welcome to your brain... • Brain Regions and functions: – Frontal lobe - self-control, judgment, emotional regulation; restructured in teen years – Parietal lobes - integrate auditory, visual, and tactile signals; immature until age 16 – Occipital lobe - the visual processing centre – Temporal lobes - emotional maturity; still developing after age 16 – Cerebellum - motor control. It may also be involved in some cognitive functions such as attention and language, and in regulating fear and pleasure responses, – Corpus callosum — connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres - intelligence, consciousness and self-awareness; reaches full maturity in 20’s – Amygdala(e) - almond-shaped groups of nuclei located deep within the medial temporal lobes of the brain in complex vertebrates, including humans. Shown in research to perform a primary role in the processing and memory of emotional reactions. Fight, Flight, Freeze function – Hippocampus - consolidation of information from short- term memory to long-term memory and spatial navigation NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 9
  10. 10. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Pruning and tuning...The brain is still developing during the teen years Dr. Jay Giedd of the NIMH has reported that brain “maturation does not stop at “maturation age 10, but continues into the teen years and even into the 20’s. What is most surprising is that you get a second wave of overproduction of gray matter, something that was thought to happen only in the first 18 months of life (Begley, 2000).”...Following...Following the overproduction of gray matter, the brain undergoes a process called “pruning” where connections among neurons in the brain that are not used wither away, while those that are used stay—the “use it or lose it” principle. stay—...It is thought that this pruning process makes the brain more efficient by strengthening the connections that are used most often, and eliminating the clutter of those that are not used at all. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 10
  11. 11. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 White... The new Grey... Time-lapse MRI images of human-brain development between ages five and 20 show the growth and then gradual loss of gray matter, which consists of cells That process information. (Red areas contain more gray matter, blue areas less.) Paradoxically, the thinning of gray matter that starts around puberty corresponds to increasing cognitive abilities. This probably Reflects improved neural organization, as the brain pares redundant connections and benefits from increases in the white matter that helps brain cells communicate. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 11
  12. 12. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Nerve Insulation...[in teenagers]...the frontal lobes — are not fully connected.Its the part of the brain that says: Is this a good idea? What is the consequence of this action?’ Its not that they dont have a frontal lobe. And they can use it. But theyre going to access it more slowly.Thats because the nerve cells that connect teenagers frontal lobes with the rest of their brains are sluggish. Teenagers dont have as much of the fatty coating called myelin, or "white matter," that adults have in this areaarea.Think of it as insulation on an electrical wire. Nerves need myelin for nerve signals to flow freely. Spotty or thin myelin leads to inefficient communication between one part of the brain and another...Human and animal studies, have shown that the brain grows and changes continually in young people—and that it is only about 80 percent developed in people— adolescents. The largest part, the cortex, is divided into lobes that mature from back to front. The last section to connect is the frontal lobe, responsible for cognitive processes such as reasoning, planning, and judgment. Normally this mental merger is not completed until somewhere between ages 25 and 30 30— much later than these two neurologists were taught in medical school. – Prof. Frances Jensen – Harvard University – Professor of Neurology - Expert on Epilepsy and Brain Development... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 12
  13. 13. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Part 2... ...The BIG Stuff... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 13
  14. 14. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012So... Is it Evolution or Creation?Your final answer please... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 14
  15. 15. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 God Particle... Or God?“...In very simple terms, physicists have to breakstuff to find stuff. They get to use the scientific “If you don’t know me by now...principles of a 2 year old toddler and smashthings together to see what comes off… albeit ina much more ‘controlled’ environment.The ‘God Particle’, or ‘Higgs Boson’ as it isscientifically referred to, is a hypotheticalparticle which physicists believe gives atomicparticles, and as a result everything else, mass.Physicists across the globe are conductingexperiments to try and prove it’s existence.Right now, nobody knows why particles acquiremass, and that is a hole that has existed in thestandard model for 50 years...”(and if it has been a hole for 50 years then we canassume that the hole was there for time immemorial Then you’ll never, never, never,before that... Right...?) know me ahaaahhhh...” NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st2012 15
  16. 16. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Creation ... The Universe and stars.. Pretty... Planets.. That’s nice... Mountains and streams.. Are you sure about this one... On a roll here...!!! I have serious misgivings... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 16
  17. 17. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Entropy v Change Disorder is More probable than order...http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/therm/entrop.html NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 17
  18. 18. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Evolution ain’t easy...!Let’s take the Development of the bird’s wing:• First off... Remember that most mutations are harmful, if not deadly...They lead to one thing... You’re dinner...• A wing is a modified forelimb... Okay... Got that bit...• Think about the number of mutations that would be needed to developa single feather...• On a single forelimb... On a single pre-bird creature... pre-• Now extrapolate that to multiple feathers symmetrically arranged onboth forelimbs...• On two individuals• Of the OPPOSITE sex...• ...and they meet.... Have dinner... Fall in love... Etc...• Maybe Evolution doesn’t totally exclude Divine Intervention? NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 18
  19. 19. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Nothing’s perfect ... Sorry guys... Evolutionary dead end... Let’s go back...! NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 19
  20. 20. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 And on the eighth day ... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 20
  21. 21. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Part 3... ...Holon a minute...! NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 21
  22. 22. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Time to meet ‘Holon’... Hold on... What’s a Holon? Well... Pretty much everything is a Holon... (including YOU...!) Which is just as well really, as it is the building block of the Theory of Everything (ToE)The term ‘Holon’ was coined by Arthur Koestler in 1967, in his seminal book‘The Ghost in the Machine’...He defined a Holon as ...” something that is simultaneously a whole and apart”...One of the characteristics of Holons is that they arrange themselves into‘Holarchies’... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 22
  23. 23. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 A ‘Holarchy’...Each Holon, at each level in the Holarchy is the sum of all the Holons beneathit in the Holarchy (that’s why Holarchies are different from Hierarchies) The Holons ‘Sub-atomic particles’ are constituents of the Holon ‘Atom’; The Holons ‘Atoms’ are constituent parts of the Holon ‘Molecule’; The Holons ‘Molecules’ are constituent parts of the Holon ‘Cells’... And so on... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 23
  24. 24. Depth NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 A ‘Holarchy’... Span Holarchies are measured in terms of span and depth. The higher up the Holarchy you look, the greater the depth. As a general rule, the higher you go up the Holarchy, the smaller the span. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 24
  25. 25. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 A ‘Holarchy’... THESE CAN NO LONGER EXIST But the layers below would continue to exist Remove this layer...If you remove a layer of Holons in a Holarchy, all of the layers above it will cease to exist;but the reverse is not true.So, if you were to destroy all molecules in existence, then cells could not exist...But atoms could. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 25
  26. 26. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Other examples of Holarchies... Library Cycle City Pope Series Concert Suburb Cardinal Book Symphony Neighbourhood Archbishop Chapter Variation Estate Bishop Page Movement Road PriestParagraph Piece Block of Flats Deacon Sentence Passage Flat Family Phrase Phrase Dining Room Parishioner Word Bar Table Wallet Letter Note Table Leg £10 Note NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 26
  27. 27. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012...”A significant feature of Koestlers concept of holarchy is that it is open ended both in themacrocosmic as well as in the microcosmic dimensions. This aspect of his theory has dimensions.several important implications. The holarchic system does not begin with strings or endwith the multiverse. Those are just the existing limits of the reach of the human mind in the multiverse.two dimensions at the present time. Those limits will be crossed later on because they donot encompass the whole of reality. ““Popper (Objective Knowledge) teaches that what the human mind knows and will everknow of truth at a given point of time and space is verisimilitude - something like truth, andthat the human mind will continue to get closer to reality but never reach it. In other words,the human quest for knowledge is an unending journey with innumerable grand sightsahead but with no possibility of reaching the journeys end. “The work of modern physicists designed to discover the theory of everything (TOE) isreaching deep into the microcosm under the assumption that the macrocosm is eventuallymade of the microcosm. ..” NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 27
  28. 28. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 ...Jung//Graves... Graves......Jung / Graves... ...Jung ...Spiral Dynamics... ...Spiral Dynamics... ...Spiral Dynamics... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 28
  29. 29. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Part 4... ...Carl and Clare... ...What a pair!!! NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 29
  30. 30. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Schools of thought on Inherited social memory... Joseph Campbell / Alexander Eliot- Eliot- The Hero’s Journey / The Monomyth / Global Myths Nikolaas Tinbergen/ Konrad Lorenz / Jungian Psychology - Paul Ekman– Ekman– Collective Evolutionary Psychology / Unconsciousness / The Human Condition / Archetypes Cultural Universals / Micro- Micro- Expressions / Ethology Clare Graves / Ken Wilber / Don Beck– Beck– Spiral Dynamics / Theory of Everything / AQAL / Integral NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 30
  31. 31. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 The Jung Man’s View Collective Unconscious - Universal Archetypal Processes Anima / Animus – Opposite Sex Qualities Shadow – Denied Psychic Material Subconscious Memories Persona – Projected Image / Mask Conscious Ego – Own Self Image NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 31
  32. 32. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 ArchetypesThese symbolic primordial images reflect basicpatterns or universal themes common to us all whichare present in the unconscious and exist outside spaceand time.We’re all pre-programmed to look for pre-archetypes in our everyday lives, because theyserve as a framework for our understanding ofthe world. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 32
  33. 33. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Individuation• Jung believed that a human being is inwardly whole, but that most of us have lost touch withimportant parts of our selves.• Through listening to the messages of our dreams and waking imagination, we can contact andreintegrate our different parts.• The goal of life is individuation, the process of coming to know, giving expression to, andharmonising the various components of the psyche.• If we realise our uniqueness, we can undertake a process of individuation and tap into our true self.• Each human being has a specific nature and calling which is uniquely their own, and unless theseare fulfilled through a union of conscious and unconscious, the person can become sick.• Jung argued that the alchemical process was the transformation of the impuresoul (lead) to perfected soul (gold), and a metaphor for the individuation process. process. Individuation = Transformation = Alchemy NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 33
  34. 34. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Actualisation•Archetypes seek actualisation within the context of an individualsenvironment and determine the degree of individuation. Jung also used the individuation.terms "evocation" and "constellation" to explain the process of actualisation.•Thus for example, the mother archetype is actualised in the mind of the childby the evoking of innate anticipations of the maternal archetype when the childis in the proximity of a maternal figure who corresponds closely enough to itsarchetypal template. template.•This mother archetype is built into the personal unconscious of the child as amother complex. Complexes are functional units of the personal unconscious, in complex.the same way that archetypes are units for the collective unconscious. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 34
  35. 35. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 A Man called Clare... • “Briefly, what I am proposing is that the psychology of the mature human being is an unfolding, emergent, oscillating, spiralling process marked by progressive subordination of older, lower - behaviour systems to newer higher- higher-ordered systems as man’s existential problems change.” Clare W Graves NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 35
  36. 36. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Jung / Graves Model or Graves / Jung Model• Graves took the Jungian concepts of Archetypes and Individuation and created a (much needed!) sequence which applied to humans both individually and collectively...• ..and so was born the Dynamic Spiral...!!!• ... and Integral theory...• ...and AQAL... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 36
  37. 37. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Graves / Jung Model... L8-Turquoise The colour of the oceans and Earth as viewed from space L7-Yellow Solar power and alternative technologies L6-Green Green politics, forests, and ecological consciousness L5-Orange Radiating energy of steel in an industrial furnace L4-Blue The sky, the heavens, and the “true blue” believer L3-Red Hot blooded emotions and the “fire in your eyes” L2-Purple The royal colour of tribal chiefs and monarchs L1-Beige Savanna grasslands NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 37
  38. 38. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 1 L1-Beige Savanna grasslandsStage One: Survivor/Transitional-ObjectConsciously, the first stage consists of surviving, the psychological base ofexistence.Whether or not adult humans ever had this as their highest stage, eventoday infants who have not yet formed a trusting bond with their caregiversare principally engaged in mere survival.Since this stage gives no opportunity to the social instinct, the latter isrepressed to the unconscious, from whence it may gradually emerge inattachment to some personified object, (e.g., a favourite cuddly toy). NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 38
  39. 39. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 2 L2-Purple The royal colour of tribal chiefs and monarchsStage Two: Truster / TricksterThis stage arises when fantasy proves so inadequate that individualsseek real families/tribes, for which fantasies have partly prepared themby letting them practice with extensions of themselves.Stage Two requires trust, the sine qua non of tribal life, dependent onhaving sufficient faith in its culture to acquire a language, mythology, andother normative patterns.Graves’s phrase for this stage was “Sacrifice Self Now for the Tribe….”. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 39
  40. 40. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 3 L3-Red Hot blooded emotions and the “fire in your eyes”Stage Three: Unscrupulous Competitor/HeroWhile developing from infancy to early childhood, individuals usually evolve fromtrustingly basking in the family or tribe (Stage Two) to competing with one anotherfor attention and with their parents for authority (Stage Three).In societies, Stage Three arrives when internal or external problems cause what wasa tribe to learn the military techniques to conquer its neighbours and the politicalones to turn its temporary war chief into a permanent monarch (with a peckingorder of lesser winners beneath him or her).Graves phrased Stage Three: “Express self now, the hell with others.” Since healthymaturation constantly adds skills, Stage Three should retain caring for kin (learnedat Stage Two), but this places no restraint on exploitation of strangers; and if theentrant into Stage Three comes from a dysfunctional family or tribe, even kinshipties may be ineffective. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 40
  41. 41. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 4 L4-Blue The sky, the heavens, and the “true blue” believerStage Four: the Virtuous/the ShadowVery young children simply trust that what they are told is right (Stage Two) andslightly older ones think that they only have to obey people who are bigger,stronger, and less sensitive than they are (the conscious side of Stage Three).According to Piaget, between five and seven, children develop elementary desire toplay with logical organization and from twelve on they may amplify this into matureskills with abstractions.Opportunities to develop organizational skills nonetheless depend on one’s culture.Tribes (Stage Two) have no openings for accountants (Stage Four). Eventually,however, a large kingdom needs a bureaucracy of educated clerks (at Stage Four) toadminister and promulgate the rules.At Stage Four, actions are either correct or incorrect (not somewhere in between). NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 41
  42. 42. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 5 L5-Orange Radiating energy of steel in an industrial furnaceStage Five: Materialistic Analyst of Things/Anim(a/us)This stage recognizes that there are so many exceptions to the rules ofStage Four that some principles must be demoted to superstitions, whilescience yields new ones, fostering technology and a vast economicinfrastructure.Before Stage-Five can dominate a society, four must have producedsufficient peace and order for commerce so that money and other materialrewards start to be the measure of everything.Examples of its analysis include the industrial division of labour and thescientific method itself. This stage expands mental horizons, but socialaffections become obscured in the vast bookkeeping of physical details. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 42
  43. 43. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 6 L6-Green Green politics, forests, and ecological consciousnessStage Six: Empathizer with Every Person/Wise OneThis stage translates the previous appreciation of life into an ecologicalempathy with every being.People dissatisfied with Stage Five’s mere accumulation instead cultivateempathy, generating social structures ranging from liberal government tosecular charities (e.g. Friends of the Earth).At Stage Six, a sympathetic effort to befriend each entity on his, her, or itsown terms replaces dogma. Stage Six’s insistence on “political correctness”(i.e. politely presupposing universal equality) condemns any effort toclassify people—such as Graves’s system itself (a product of Stage Seven). NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 43
  44. 44. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 7 L7-Yellow Solar power and alternative technologiesStage Seven: Distancer /SelfThe stages themselves become evermore inclusive through Stage Seven, which tries tocomprehend life in all its paradoxes, not just the occasional intuitions that satisfied Stage Six. Someinstitutions (e.g. the ashrams of India, monasteries of ancient China, and government think tanks)permit people to distance themselves from the preoccupations of the lower-numbered stages.For many people, a final state (often in old age) is to retire from the present squabble and look atthe larger picture—how all the turmoil fits together. If they have reached Stage Seven, this is not asingle materialistic analysis (Stage Five) but a synthesis of many processes combined with theempathy mastered at Stage Six and everything else that has been learned along the way.The conscious mind, however, flounders in such complexity. Science supplements human brainswith computers yet even so finds much of the world disconcertingly unpredictable.Graves provided a vague description : “Express Self Now, but not at the expense of Others or theWorld, so that Life May Continue.” NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 44
  45. 45. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Level 8 The colour of the oceans and Earth as viewed from L8-Turquoise spaceStage Eight and beyond....Although Graves never had clinical evidence for any stage above seven, hespeculated that there might be an infinite number of higher stages and he guessedthat the eighth would be the “global village” predicted by McLuhan.This is simply to say that Graves’s system—where odd-numbered stages are self-expressive and even-numbered ones social—suggests that stage eight might itselfform a community (if it ever came into existence).As far as Graves’s clinical evidence extended, however, it agreed with Jung’s: sevenstages in the human condition up to their time. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 45
  46. 46. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Part 5... ...Spiral Dynamics... ...Round and round and round she goes... ...Where she stops... NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 46
  47. 47. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Spiral Dynamics...”A conceptual framework for understanding the cultural stages through which individuals and social systems evolve as they adapt to their life conditions...” NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 47
  48. 48. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 • Spiral Dynamics reveals the hidden complexity codes that shape human nature, create global diversities, and drive evolutionary change. • These dynamic spiral forces attract and repel individuals, form the webs and meshes that connect people within groups, communities and organisations, and forge the rise and fall of nations and cultures. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 48
  49. 49. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Spiral Dynamics provides information about: • HOW people think about things (as opposed to “what” they think) • WHY people make decisions in different ways • WHY people respond to different motivators • WHY and HOW values arise and spread • The nature of CHANGE NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 49
  50. 50. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 SPIRIT (We) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) SYSTEMS (I) INCLUSION (We) ENTERPRISE (I) ORDER (We) POWER (I) MEMBERSHIP (We) SURVIVAL (I) NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 50
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  52. 52. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 The Beige vMeme SPIRIT (We) SURVIVAL (I) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) The world is a state of nature INCLUSION (We) ENTERPRISE (I) People: ORDER (We) Behave instinctively, much like other animals according to biological urges POWER (I) and drives. Contact with others is centered onMEMBERSHIP (We) the survival of the self. Self Focus SURVIVAL (I) NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 52
  53. 53. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012The Purple vMeme SPIRIT (We) MEMBERSHIP (We) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) The world is mysterious and INCLUSION (We) frightening. A magical world view where the intention is to appease the spirits/gods. ENTERPRISE (I) ORDER (We) People: POWER (I) Placate spirits and join together for safety;MEMBERSHIP (We) follow ancestors’ ways. Tribes are formed, chiefs and elders are obeyed, rituals are SURVIVAL (I) adhered to and customs are preserved for the greater good of the survival of the tribe. Safety/Tribalistic Safety/Tribalistic NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 53
  54. 54. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012The Red vMeme SPIRIT (We) POWER (I) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) The world is tough and hard like a jungle; it’s jungle; INCLUSION (We) eat or be eaten ENTERPRISE (I) ORDER (We) People: POWER (I) People must fight to survive and dominate others without guilt andMEMBERSHIP (We) so as to avoid shame. Opinionated and SURVIVAL (I) requiring others to submit, if necessary by the use of force. Focus on self-gratification. self- Egocentric. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 54
  55. 55. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012The Blue vMeme SPIRIT (We) ORDER (We) GUARDIAN (I) Worldview: GLOBAL (We) The world is divinely controlled and guided SYSTEMS (I) with a distinct right and wrong according to a plan. Order is achieved by establishing order INCLUSION (We) and justice by following “The One True Cause” ENTERPRISE (I) ORDER (We) People: POWER (I) People obey rightful higherMEMBERSHIP (We) authority and find meaning and purpose in sacrifice for later reward. Blue SURVIVAL (I) wants stability and meaning for everyone. Saintly/Sacrifice/Salvation. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 55
  56. 56. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012The Orange vMeme SPIRIT (We) ENTERPRISE (I) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) The world is full of viable options and plenty of alternative choices. INCLUSION (We) Independence and Strategic . Striving for ENTERPRISE (I) progress through research and competition ORDER (We) People: POWER (I) People need to test options forMEMBERSHIP (We) greater autonomy and compete for success and influence in life. Risk taking and success SURVIVAL (I) orientated. A belief that the more able will prevail. Materialistic. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 56
  57. 57. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012The Green vMeme SPIRIT (We) INCLUSION (We) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) The world is the habitat for all INCLUSION (We) humanity to share together. ENTERPRISE (I) People: ORDER (We) People join in communities to POWER (I) experience growth for self andMEMBERSHIP (We) others for collective benefits. Green hopes to save mankind from his own greed and injustice SURVIVAL (I) through education, caring and sharing. Focus is on saving the planet and spreading love all around NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 57
  58. 58. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012The Yellow vMeme SPIRIT (We) SYSTEMS (I) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) Systemic and Complex. The world is at risk of INCLUSION (We) collapse because of human excess. The first Meta Perspective in human existence. ENTERPRISE (I) ORDER (We) People: POWER (I) People seek to learn and discover what it is toMEMBERSHIP (We) be human without doing harm to others or the environment; environment; sustainability. Flexibility and SURVIVAL (I) functionality are the keys to restoring viability to a disordered world. Accepts chaos and change as inevitable facts of life. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 58
  59. 59. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 The Turquoise vMeme SPIRIT (We) GLOBAL (We) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) Focus on difference and integrative process. INCLUSION (We) Global identity. Holistic world view. ENTERPRISE (I) People: ORDER (We) People develop highly specialised roles and POWER (I) different functions within complex systems.MEMBERSHIP (We) Self is viewed as both distinct and a blended part of a larger connected whole. Experiential. SURVIVAL (I) “Sacrifice self now so that life may continue” NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 59
  60. 60. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 The Coral vMeme SPIRIT (We) GUARDIANSHIP (I) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) Connected to Universal energy, love for all beings, entrusted to guard life in all its forms. INCLUSION (We) ENTERPRISE (I) People: ORDER (We) See selves as connected to Universal energy, POWER (I) entrusted to guard life in all its forms. Conflict is seen as a path to harmony. Seek confluence with energyMEMBERSHIP (We) of others and energy of environment. See relationships (power & interpersonal) as inter-related inter- SURVIVAL (I) ecology of relationship with other radiant, charged, vibrating beings. Do not seek power over others. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 60
  61. 61. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Where are we going now? • Humanity is facing up to some hard truths. We have some powerful choices to make. • All will be predicated on the Spiral, whether we recognise it at the time or not. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but ignorance is worse. • If you are now awakening to Spiral Dynamics, you hold the handle of a versatile tool. • Merge it into your wisdom and other insights. Then use it wisely and well. NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 61
  62. 62. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 The Teal vMeme SPIRIT (We) SPIRIT AND LIFE CONNECTING (We) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) Worldview: SYSTEMS (I) Connected to ....? INCLUSION (We) ENTERPRISE (I) People: ORDER (We) See selves as ....? POWER (I)MEMBERSHIP (We) SURVIVAL (I) NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 62
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  64. 64. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 SPIRIT (We) GUARDIAN (I) GLOBAL (We) SYSTEMS (I) INCLUSION (We) ENTERPRISE (I) ORDER (We) POWER (I) MEMBERSHIP (We) SURVIVAL (I) NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 64
  65. 65. NLP Dorset Forum – May 31, 2012 Charts NLP Dorset Forum - Thursday May 31st 2012 65
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