By David Bohm, Lee Nichol, Peter Senge
By no means ahead of has there been a better want for deeper listening and extra open conversation to deal with the advanced difficulties dealing with our agencies, companies and societies. well known scientist David Bohm believed there has been a greater means for humanity to find which means and to accomplish concord. He pointed out artistic discussion, a sharing of assumptions and realizing, as a way wherein the person, and society as a complete, can research extra approximately themselves and others, and attain a renewed experience of objective.
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Initially they talk about superﬁcial issues, because they’re afraid of doing more, and then gradually they learn to trust each other. The object of a dialogue is not to analyze things, or to win an argument, or to exchange opinions. Rather, it is to suspend your opinions and to look at the opinions – to listen to everybody’s opinions, to suspend them, and to see what all that means. If we can see what all of our opinions mean, then we are sharing a common content, even if we don’t agree entirely.
But of course such communication can lead to the creation of something new only if people are able freely to listen to each other, without prejudice, and without trying to inﬂuence each other. Each has to be interested primarily in truth and coherence, so that he is ready to drop his old ideas and intentions, and be ready to go on to something diﬀerent, when this is called for. If, however, two people merely want to convey certain ideas or points of view to each other, as if these were items of information, then they must inevitably fail to meet.
We would be partaking of the common meaning – just as people partake of food together. We would be taking part and communicating and creating a common meaning. ” It would mean that in this participation a common mind would arise, which nonetheless would not exclude the individual. The individual might hold a separate opinion, but that opinion would then be absorbed into the group, too. Thus, everybody is quite free. It’s not like a mob where the collective mind takes over – not at all. It is something between the individual and the collective.