James Alexander Arnfinsen, who helped organize the 5-day seminar in 2012, is also the host for a Scandinavian podcastshow called Levevei. This is a Norwegian word that could be translated into «way of life», «profession» or maybe «livelihood». These selected interviews were recorded before the seminar and all of the interviewees were present at the seminar.
Passion for Learning
In this two-part series Jonathan Reams explains some of the principals behind transformational learning. What are typical challenges and opportunities facing practitioners wanting to create learning experiences that are transformative in nature? Listen now
Steps towards an Integral Education
In this episode Miriam Mason Martineau inquires into some of the possible links between integral perspectives and the field of education. Is it possible to balance and make room for different worldviews? How can teachers honor both scientific and spiritual ways of seeing and being in the world? How to meet students where they are, and at the same time point to the next step in their personal and collective evolution?
Dancing with Horses and Shadows
In this interview Bonnitta explains how her experience working with horses inspire her passion for exploring the many levels of communication that human beings can engage in. For instance, how does the way we show up – energetically – play a part in the way we communicate with each other? We also dig into the idea of working with shadows. Shadows are aspects of our being that are so deep they are often hidden from our own awareness. She points to how our shadows are great deposits of creativity and energy if(!) we´re able to integrate this material into our conscious being.
Generating transformative change through working with polarities
In our conversation we explore Pacific Integral´s highly acclaimed program Generating Transformative Change (GTC), before we delve into the possibilities and mysteries of working with polarities. Through poignent examples relating to both personal and systemic transformation, Geoff demonstrates how transcending the either/or-mindset can lead to deep change and transformation for both individuals and society at large.
Envisioning a University for the Future
In this truly inspiring conversation I´m joined by Gaudenz Assenza who leads the School for Transformative Leadership at Palacký University in the Czech Republic, and Gary Hampson, who is a Senior Research Fellow at the same institution. They are both involved in designing and implementing a EU-funded project that aims to create “A University for the Future”, an “institution that is nimble, flexible and prescient, detecting social changes earlier and responding to them faster than the established system of higher education”.