Relational dynamics, processes of collective transformation, „we-space“ – a comparison of integral maps and the territories that go with them.
By Anne Caspari and Mushin Schilling
“AQAL is a map of samsara, a map of the prison, but if you’re going to make a prison break, you need a good map.”
Despite the many efforts in the last few years around the much vaunted ‘we-space’, only meager work and reflection has been done in Integral Theory circles on the dynamics of relationships and communities. Much of what does exist concerns integrating social and sociological hypotheses into an overall framework or refining theoretical and meta-theoretical knowledge creation. When it comes to actual phenomenological research into a relatively new phenomenon, though, the field is still wide open.
So when we start to connect meta-theory with the practical application of group-dynamic processes and their emergent characteristics to gaining new insight – for “insighting” – and to finding new processes and products – for “prototyping” things get really exiting. … Read the full article here: –Map-territory-article
 Translated by Mushin from the article in the Integrale Perspektiven issue june 2014:
Beziehungsdynamiken, kollektive Trasformations
prozesse, “we-space”, – ein Vergleich integraler Landkarten und der dazugehörigen Territorien. Integrale-Perspektiven-Juni2014 (2)