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hope you will enjoy this selection of original “wisdom related” media. Please feel free to offer feedback and to share widely. The “Reference” section features some of our favorite content from around the web and around the world.

Wisdom Counsel is a process designed to draw out the best from individuals and groups regardless of area of focus. Engaging from a “wisdom perspective,” we can meet the opportunity of the present moment with greater agility, creativity, and resilience… [Time 2:16]

Brief reflections on how we value our time for compensation, how we exchange resources and recognize our investments in one another in local and global contexts. [Time 4:30]

Recursive Evolution

This lecture, based on the STAGES developmental model, explores patterns in the evolution of consciousness both within an individual, and across to humanity over time. In particular, this exploration seeks to reveal “evolutionary pressure points,” an understanding of which can provide significant leverage in overcoming otherwise intractable social challenges. [Time 1:45:26]

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This is a paper written for the Growth Edge Network annual gathering conference held in San Diego California in August 2016. It was to accompany a presentation on understanding the developmental motion of “receptive”, “Active,” “Reciprocal,” “Interpenetrative.” This presentation was a joint effort by Kabir Kadre and Lindsay Boyce.

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4 Attractors

This brief illustration is designed to support an understanding of different territories of growth significant to us throughout our lifetimes.

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Resistance

This is a simple diagram designed to support an exploration of the nature of resistance, how it helps to shape us and our experience, and what tools we use to work with/move through it.

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Our friends at Enlivening Edge continue to nurture the dialogue on next level organizations. We hope you will enjoy this beautiful treatise on just showing up. This has much to do with why we do the work of Wisdom Counsel. Chris invites us to pursue what Thomas Berry calls “The Great Work.” How do we collaborate across our “silos” of work?

This talk by Dan Pallotta speaks eloquently to the intention of Wisdom Counsel.

“What are your dreams? Better yet, what are your broken dreams? Dan Pallotta dreams of a time when we are as excited, curious and scientific about the development of our humanity as we are about the development of our technology.”


“When you understand interconnectedness, it makes you more afraid of hating than of dying.”

— Robert A. F. Thurman