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Mapping the Mystery: Philosophies of Change

The Mapping the Mystery: Philosophies of Change was a twelve-month series of conversations with inspiring colleagues about mental models that help them — and might help you—orient to the unknown in your personal and professional life. These are all people who have inspired David in his work on integrated theory, stemming from a desire to support a non-binary, reciprocal, and holistic worldview for our times. (The banner image is a map David co-created with Mathias Weitbrecht for the International Forum of Visual Practitioners.) 

The program videos and notesinclude

Heiko Veit/Developmental Models  

Joran Oppelt/Integral Theory 

Gisela Wendling/Liminal Pathways 

Firehawk Hulin/Medicine Wheel  

Steven Clark/ Appreciative Inquiry 

 Phil Bakelaar/ The Scriptures

Paulo Gregory/ Cohado Collaboration Game

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