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Harold Shinsato
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Opening Space for Peace and High Performance 2017

Registrations are open for this year's annual Opening Space for Peace and High Performance - January 13-15, 2017 - in NYC. You can learn more at this link: https://www.facebook.com/events/127247154423320/ 

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Thanks to +Daniel Mezick +Deb Pontes Mark Sheffield and +Louise Taylor for being a part of bringing Open Space more fully onto the table for helping move organizations towards Agility with a fierce dedication towards consent and engagement.

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Learn with and play with how to apply Open Space for bringing agility to organizations and other systems - I'm offering an Open Agile Adoption (OpenSpace Agility) class in the Los Angeles area June 20-21 - https://ti.to/training4osa/oaa-training-1st-west-coast

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We're exploring bringing agility to culture - cross cultural collaboration - at the first Montana Agile Culture House open space conference in Missoula Montana - MACH One. With lightning keynotes to help start us off - +Daniel Mezick , Lisa Iversen , +Woody Zuill , +Erin Beierwaltes , +Karen McNenny , +Kevin McManus 

Thank you, +Johann Gauthier  , for your invitation to be #infectious, and to with yourself and others.

It continues to astound me how beautiful the #OpenSpace process is, and what it encourages and invokes as we step forward in taking responsibility for what we truly care about.

Reworking the invitation to an Open Space event I will be facilitating in less than 2 weeks, I found myself encountering quite a few "Dark Nights of the Soul" that have blocked the energy flow. Part of what helped open space within was reading the introduction and preface to Herman Hesse's book Siddhartha this morning. Hesse moved into a deep depression that as he recognized his own creative process required moving through the transformation process he wanted to write about. Carl Jung himself helped me through, and he was able to finish the book. Hesse's novel has been translated into numerous languages and is considered to have a tremendous impact. At the core is the idea that "suffering is nothing. Suffering is illusion."

Something to ponder: What suffering do you need to pay attention to in your own soul to see the illusion, and let it go? Who might be able to help?

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Great blog post about choosing the ethical path as a software developer.
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