Tag Archive for connectedness

transactional relating

From Transaction to Co-Evolution – Relating with Value

Everything has inherent worth. Value is created in interaction, when we relate with each other. Whether this occurs on a personal level or a professional level, our interactions with one another are what fuels our world. But how can we ensure all of our relating creates value? Let’s take a look at the different modes of relating… Transactional Relating Most interactions… Read more →

Innovation starts with “i”

You might have heard the story about a Zen master who is visited by a Buddhist scholar. The scholar had requested the master to teach him about Zen. As they sat down together, the master began to prepare tea while the scholar began to tell the master about all the things he had studied in the sutras and all that… Read more →

Jain Nun

Discovering Jainism – For Business

The first time I consciously remember hearing about Jainism was when I was in the middle of an obsession with sevens and eights. Inspired by Timothy Leary’s and Robert Anton Wilson’s “Game of Life” and Arthur Young’s Theory of Process, I had been playing with various matrices that describe universe in sets of seven (e.g. Chakras) and eights (e.g. the… Read more →

A Multi-Solipsistic Manifesto

No matter which religious, spiritual, or materialistic idea ultimately holds true, the one and only thing I do know as a fact is that I seem to be here right now. With that, I acknowledge, that all my memories of the past and all my projections into the future are in my imagination. “I” seem(s) to be an immediate Point of Perception Read more →