Worldwork with Arnold Mindell PhD





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Published on Sep 15, 2015

Arnold Mindell PhD on Worldwork - a method, art, and science for working with groups and organizations. Interviewed by Chris Allen from the Process Work Institute. Yachats, Oregon August 2015.

Table of Contents
1. 00:06 What is Worldwork?
2. 00:56 How Do You Work with Different Comfort Levels for Emotional Expression?
3. 2:40 How Do You Get Groups That Are Extremely Polarized to Be Open?
4. 3:29 What is Deep Democracy
5. 4:55 Why Do You Call Your Work Facilitation?
6. 5:30 What Can a Facilitator Do to Prepare?
7. 6:04 What Helps You Work with Difficult Conflicts?
8. 6:54 What Do You Mean by Follow the Process?
9. 7:42 What Do You Mean by the Art + Science of Psychology?
10. 9:00 Can You Give an Example of Using Art + Science While Facilitating A Group?
11. 10:53 Why Is Understanding Roles Important to World Work?
12. 11:58 Can You Explain What You Mean by Leadership As a Role?
13. 12:41 Can You Explain What a Ghost Role Is?
14. 16:09 What Are Your Ideas About Field Theory & Human Behavior?
15. 18:30 What Is Non-Locality?
16. 19:29 Why Is Understanding Levels of Consciousness Important?
17. 20:51 What Do You Mean by Processmind?
18. 22:27 What Are Metaskills and What Metaskills Are Helpful to World Work?
19. 23:24 How Did You Develop World Work?
20. 27:50 What Do You Think Carl Jung Would Think, If He Came to a Worldwork Meeting?
21. 29: 16 How Can a Person or Group Learn More About Worldwork?


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