Learning and unlearning

To learn we need desire. There needs to be space for the new and different. 

To learn and transform we need to let go of what filled the space previously. 

To consider the possibility that what we felt we have known as right and certain for so long is no longer fully true. 

Humans generally grow and learn in stages. After a transformation comes consolidation. A settling of the the new world view. At this stage of consolidation we are not so open to further challenges to our new world view.

With time, we might begin to see that our ground has not been so solid. Our desire to learn more begins to expand.

We relinquish our tight hold on what we considered certain. We might be open to unlearning.

Teaching respects this process. 

People cannot be until they are. 

Photo taken April 17th, 2019


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About Dr Christine McDougall

INTEGRITY ARCHITECT FOR ENTREPRENEURS AND LEADERS WHO KNOW OUR SYSTEMS ARE BROKEN AND WHO WANT TO UNLOCK THE POWER OF THEIR PEOPLE AND ENTERPRISE TOWARDS A MORE BEAUTIFUL WORLD

Christine is an internationally recognised facilitator, practitioner, teacher coach, and authority in integrative systems design, human relational design, deep wealth design and regenerative enterprises. She has held large multi-stakeholder initiatives towards a better future or all, managing diversity, complexity and various stages of human development.

As the principal of 2:23AM – She works with leaders and enterprises globally who have a commitment to being the pioneers of enterprise change, where consideration of both the short term profitability and the long term costs/effects are added to the balance sheet on day one, raising the question of how else might we be successful without robbing from our children’s future.

To learn more visit www.223am.com

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