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Friday, May 22 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Workshop: Re-creating Collective Meanings

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Moved by the uneasy inquiry of 'how can we change our own cultural patterns in our groups, organisations and the social realm?', this workshop will invite our curiosity about the metamorphosis in our collective responsibility of sense-making. Although we have already created high technologies and other sharing tools, we are still facing big challenges towards a ‘collaborative culture’. We are in this leap of a great transition and we still need to break many patterns, unravel some layers and re-understand ourselves, our actions and relationships.

 It is a perceptual shift - seeing ourselves anew - and my attempt is to navigate through play, reflection and transformation in a workshop format rooted in how we can activate other intelligences beyond just brain-based methods – for example our body, mind and senses. “Re-creating Collective Meanings” integrates reflective thinking with playfulness to cultivate a way of knowing that embraces thinking, feeling, sensing and intuition. By weaving all this in the exploration of other sources, we will access the transformation process of meanings we share everyday (and possible create new ones). 

Our aim is to co-explore what are the challenges in the intersubjective level for a cultural transition towards collaborative values and, also, to ask ourselves why we are not prepared yet. Where are the sensitive triggers for effective change, from which enable us to co-create new meanings of life?


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Felipe Cunha

Arca Urbana
Felipe is a seeker for innovative ways of breaking cultural patterns towards a more enlivened life. After working as sustainability consultant and researcher for 10 years he decided to move his lenses. | Last year he completed his Maters in Economics for Transition at Schumacher College, and then started to open multiple pathways to motivate and activate New Economy processes. He is focusing these studies in how to re-create collective... Read More →

Friday May 22, 2015 11:30am - 12:30pm
Camp A

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