Every fact is accompanied by the cutting edge of an epistemological knife, the wielding of which makes worlds.

A New Sacred Geometry Book

Goethe

Patterns in Process: Transdisciplinarity as a Background for Working with the Elemental Cycle of Transformation

January 21, 2012
Elemental Cycle

Abstract This essay outlines connections between the Elemental Cycle as an archetype of transformation, transdisciplinarity, and  cybernetics.  A number of questions are addressed: the nature and importance of connecting these fields, an examination of resources and the dominant disciplinary discourses for the associated fields, and a critical examination of my assumptions, beliefs, and position. Introduction […]

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The Art of Nature: Alchemy, Goethe, and a New Aesthetic Consciousness

December 20, 2009
Hairy Bittercress

Are you fascinated by the beauty of forms in the natural world?  Do you sense something amazing at work out there, like an intelligence that lies just beneath the surfaces of things?  Then I invite you to read a new essay that explores the building of a new aesthetic consciousness that seeks to connect us with […]

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how do you know what knowledge is?

February 21, 2009

It’s quite a dilemma – not being able to directly check much of what we are exposed to and presented as ‘knowledge’.  Unless we begin to discover our own ways of knowing (a very difficult proposition, but I think possible), then we likely remain wanderers in the fog of our own (and other’s) unconsciousness.   […]

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concerning the evolution of consciousness

January 28, 2009

Earth –> Day-waking (i.e. ‘normal’ adult) consciousness  Water –> Imaginative consciousness  Air —-> Inspirational consciousness  Fire —> Intuitive consciousness   Earth –> Thinking ‘about’ – object-oriented  Water –> Thinking ‘with’ – process oriented  Air —-> Thinking ‘between’ – polarity-oriented, (Brad exemplifies this very well)  Fire —-> Thinking ‘as’ – whole-oriented   Further, considering that all […]

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