Towards A Science Of Life As Creative Organisms ~ Norm Hirst June 1, 2008
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Autognomics: Exploring Living Reality (Life-itself) Between & Beyond

  

The exploration study of Life-itself through combined empirical and metaphysical research of the practical and theoretical

Getting to minimum structures of natural Organism law;

Self-law, self-organization, connectivity, coherence laws of values & multi-co-relational creativity.

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Transforming the Workplace into a Life Giving Experience by Tess Jette

 

Six pillars of process that must be maintained to insure a life giving, productive workplace.

 

I.              Embrace change; it is the essence of life and growth.

II.            Get personal and be present

III.          Work is a privilege and it is creating

IV.          Create a nurturing and sensory rich environment

V.            Love the workers and the workplace before the work

VI.          Make time for community and celebration

 

It begins with an understanding of the value of each individual as singularly unique and as a significant part of the whole.  It begins with a philosophy that everyone is here for a reason and that there is a reason for every result.  It begins with a desire to create, to be aware, to be involved, to be passionate, to relate, to nurture and to love.  It begins with an act.

 

Every act contributes uniquely to the makeup of who we are. Recurring results of specific acts become stored data that form our physical and emotional reality.  That reality is confirmed each time an act is repeated and causes a similar effect.  The reality from that act becomes a rule for living that we incorporate into the conceptualization of who we are and what we can expect.   If the act of a child is to reach out for affection and that child is pushed away or abused that child eventually stores the information that reaching out for affection is not an effective act. 

 

The living being is continuously acting out on its environment. If a person matures cataloging negative results the outcome is an erosion in the trust of oneself to effectively act with positive results.  The reality we begin to form from the moment of the first act, whether it is a conscious memory or not, is the emotional reality that we draw on every day to make decisions.

 

When a group of people are drawn together in a work environment,   each relates and communicates according to his/her own accumulated set of rules.  They bring with them a singular perception of the world, their value in it and an expected result of how they will be received and treated.  The possibility of ending up in a work environment that includes only people who feel well adjusted, centered, self-assured, confident, and valued is probably zero.  We live in a culture that glorifies technology and we live and work amongst people who have learned to not trust in their own felt sense.  They no longer act from the heart but rather based on the result of information received from external sources, hence the lost of trust in their own “gut” feeling of what is good or bad for them. 


Our first acts are based on instinct. The act is formed from within, from a feeling of pure self-interest, self-motivation or self-protection.  It is only in an environment that allows freedom of action without retribution that each being can truly follow a path that is genuinely true to that being’s sense of self.  Each individual, allowed to test acts without fear, in a trusting environment, is then truly in a place of learning.

 

The highest and best goal for any manager is to try to create this learning environment.  The only way to achieve this is with trust.  By trust we mean trusting that each person’s activities, creations, ideas and feelings are no less valued than anyone else’s.  One must trust that every person is emotionally and spiritually exactly where they need to be in their life and that you have no control over their unique decisions for themselves.  The role management plays is to serve, to create a safe haven, a trusting environment that allows people to feel.  Once a person truly believes that it is o.k. to feel and express those feelings honestly without fear of injury something wonderful  begins to happen.  You get to know the people you are working with. 

 

 
 

Recent Papers


Value-Intelligence In All Creative Organisms ~ Skye Hirst with Assistance from Norm Hirst. August 2010

Robert Hartman discovered a value intelligence inherent in all life as early as the 1950's but he was ahead of his time.  Now learn how this value lens is formed within and how we can access it using the HVP.

Using the Hartman Value Profile as used in coaching by Hirst she discovers the absolutely unique inner landscape within that each individual has developed, we discover the world of values and value dynamics/intelligence from which we human beings and perhaps all organisms find effective action for life and living.
 
Published in The Robert S. Hartman Institute Annual Journal CLICK HERE

What People Are Saying

 What I Learned from Norm and Sky Hirst And How It Changed My Life
by Rodney Plimpton

Before I met Norm and Skye I had a pretty good handle on how Life worked, or so I thought.  I had a PhD in Social Psychology from Stanford, had studied Human Potential for Five years with Jean Houston, knew all about stimulus-response and something about cybernetics.  I didn’t consciously realize how much my model of life was based on a popular concoction Darwinism, materialism, elitism, and computer science.
Read more...

Medicine in a New Key

Conventional medicine is dying ultimately because it is based on an obsolete dominant mechanistic model that does not recognize the coherence of the organism

Dr. Mae-Wan Ho explores how a science of the organism could underpin a new organic medicine that would best serve the nation.

Visit www.i-sis.org.uk to learn more.

New organic Way for Medicine

The philosophy of Hans Jonas inform this paper by Schwartz and Wiggins to surmount the mind-body dualism plaguing Western thought. They show us the ways of organism; the difference between inorganic and organic reality and how each being must begin from its own direct experience of life in self and in others; and then how the two meet in the living being.  Since life is ultimately one reality, their theory presents the polarities that must be reintegrated by psyche with soma such that no component of the whole is short-changed, neither the objective nor the subjective.  Here they define the polarities within living beings and the requirements of organisms to live and thrive.

CLICK HERE

Inspiration

"The functions of our identity require love and loving. Being ourselves is the only way we can be and yet, our society has structured itself in such a way that makes it difficult to feel the love that is our very nature; it breathes, forms, and creates us. By being turned outward towards that which is merely tangible, we have become stuck in false measurement, unknowable capricious rules; we have collectively and individually become lost to ourselves. Love is always operative within us and yet we can't feel it or know it except in those fleeting moments of being in nature, with animals, a moment of heart felt sharing or an aesthetic moment experienced in the arts. Loving draws us to oneness. Loving draws us home to ourselves as living beings." ~ Skye Hirst, PhD

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