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The political necessity of transpersonal work : deep democracy's potential to transform polarized conflicts

Author: Marcella Rowek
Publisher: Wiesbaden, Germany : Springer, ©2018.
Series: Masters of peace.; Research (Wiesbaden, Germany)
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Marcella Rowek explores the paradigm of Deep Democracy and its potential to transform polarized conflicts in the context of the current refugee situation in Europe. Her approach to peace work and research is embedded in the Innsbruck School of Peace Studies' philosophy of Transrational Peaces and Lederach's Elicitive Conflict Transformation. At the heart of a deeply democratic attitude is the idea that all  Read more...
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(OCoLC)1032027341
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marcella Rowek
ISBN: 9783658221133 3658221135
OCLC Number: 1036766786
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
Contents: Intro; My heartfelt thanks to; Contents; 1 Introduction: Lived Interconnectedness; 1.1 Perceiving the World through Human Relations; 1.1.1 Experiences of Interconnectedness; 1.2 Postmodern Perspectives; 1.2.1 My Awareness of Marginalization; 1.3 Bridging the Gap to My Research Puzzle; 1.3.1 My Anger and One-sidedness; 1.3.2 A Systemic Perspective on Oppression; 1.4 The Refugee Situation in Europe; 1.4.1 Societal Polarization; 1.4.2 How to Deal with Tensions in Groups?; 1.4.3 My Research Question(s); 1.5 Inner and Outer Research Methods; 1.5.1 Somatic Meditation. 1.5.2 What It Means to Understand1.5.2.1 Empathic Knowing; 1.5.2.2 A Feminist Research Ethic; 1.5.2.3 Further Engagement with Empathic Knowing; 1.5.3 Empathic and Embodied Interviews; 1.5.4 Worldwork in Zurich; 1.5.5 Creative Writing; 1.5.6 Qualitative Research; 1.5.6.1 The Bricolage; 1.6 State of the Art; 1.6.1 Ontologies of Interconnectedness; 1.6.2 Inner Liminal Spaces of Empathic Encounter; 1.6.3 Worldwork; 2 Transrational Peaces; 2.1 The Transpersonal in Transrational Peaces; 2.2 The Principle of Correspondence; 2.3 Postmodern Peaces; 2.4 Energetic Peaces. 2.5 Imperfect Peaces and Constructive Conflicts2.5.1 Conflict --
An Inherent Aspect of Life; 2.6 The Relational Heart of Conflicts; 2.7 Conflicts as Opportunities for Growth; 2.7.1 The Danger of an Attachment to Peace; 2.8 Peace Culture; 2.8.1 Defining Diversity; 2.8.2 Many Cultures; 2.9 Introducing the Elicitive; 3 Interconnectedness --
The Field That Is; 3.1 Gaia Et Al. --
Field Theories; 3.1.1 Ancient Creation Myths; 3.2 The Field, You and Me; 3.2.1 Transpersonal Implications of Emotions; 3.3 Mutual Causality in Buddhism; 3.3.1 From Objects to Relations; 3.3.2 Power over and Power with. 3.4 The Importance of Feedback in Living Systems3.4.1 Negative Feedback --
Social Systems; 3.4.2 Negative Feedback --
Psychology and Buddhism; 3.4.3 Positive Feedback; 3.5 Differentiation and Integration; 3.6 Complexity and Many Truths; 3.7 Change; 3.8 Unity and Diversity; 4 Entering the Field from Inside Out; 4.1 Projecting the 'Unwanted'; 4.1.1 The Importance of Awareness; 4.2 The Trap of Belonging to 'Peace'; 4.3 The Danger of Self-Absorption; 4.4 (Inner) Liminal Spaces of Empathic Encounter; 4.4.1 The Background of the Liminal; 4.5 The (Inner) Third Side; 4.5.1 Metaskills. 4.5.2 Beyond Good and Bad4.6 Shadow Work; 4.6.1 The Value of Integration; 4.6.2 Integration through (Self- ) Encounter; 4.7 Tonglen and Interconnectedness; 4.8 Unblocking the Feedback Loops; 4.8.1 The Power of Gratitude; 4.8.2 Nonviolent Communication and Anger; 4.9 Ends and Means; 5 Entering the Field from Outside In --
Worldwork; 5.1 River's Way; 5.2 Deep Democracy and Eldership; 5.3 Three Levels of Awareness; 5.3.1 Consensus Reality; 5.3.2 Dreamland; 5.3.3 Essence Level; 5.4 The Elicitive Spirit of Worldwork; 5.5 The Centrality of Awareness; 5.5.1 A More Political-Historical Perspective.
Series Title: Masters of peace.; Research (Wiesbaden, Germany)
Responsibility: Marcella Rowek.

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