The other day was my birthday (the 9th). A lovely day providing me the opportunity to share the latest model of Feeling Work and its application to facilitating groups, communities, and organizations toward greater degrees of wholeness and thriving.
I’m going to simply insert the handout below, and highlight one small point which I feel is crucial to the entire endeavor. Click on the image to see an enlarged version.
The Definition of Wholeness
I’ve been using the term “wholeness” for at least 15 years now, and my standard position about the nature of our universe is that it tends indomitably toward wholeness. If we want to have ease in our creations, we need to align with this grand tide. The definition I constructed for the presentation is the most clear I’ve done to this date, and that feels significant. This is a slightly improved wording.
Wholeness is the degree of responsiveness in a system
of each part to every other part, of each part to the whole,
and of the whole to each part.
This is a very workable, useful definition, and helps clarify many concepts in Feeling Work and the new Field Work. It is simple and easy to apply. I’m pleased.
(The image here is EnJoyment, an expression congruent with my enthusiasm in sharing with the group the other day.)