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The Sunyata Group organizations analyze, design, develop, and/or deliver programs, projects, services, and products that provide and support, education, training, mentoring, and coaching to individuals and organizations.

Requests for scheduling and information can be sent to:
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Integral Wellness — Programs & Services



Our Integral Wellness Programs are compassion and wellness based, and focus on: "Stress Management Tools and Self-Care Practices" and "Health Resource Optimization". Stress Management & Self-Care is about managing stress and enhancing self-care by identifying the causes, conditions, and impact of stress, and using practical tools and techniques for managing stress and enhancing self-care. Optimizing your Health Resource is about wellness and health-creation — it is about individually and collectively taking responsibility for choosing and maintaining healthy lifestyles, communities, jobs, and environments. And it is about ensuring that compassion and awareness of the whole-system and whole-life-cycle guide Health Resource policies and practices regarding the quality and cost of birth, life, living, dying, death, and the recapturing of resources.

Value Proposition:
All the programs are designed to optimize individual and organization value, performance, wellness and contribution. The “sweet spot” is the intersection of effectiveness (human relationships and information) and efficiency (process and technology) — wherein lies optimal productivity, innovation, and sustainability.

Stress Management Tools and Self-Care Practices (Individuals | Organizations)
Personal Practices in Times of Stress
This workshop is designed for individuals experiencing increased stress due to major transition, personal and professional crisis. Yet crisis invites opportunities for those who can quickly adapt to a shifting reality. It provides strategies for navigating and adapting in a time of change; and insights, stress management tools, and self-care practices to maximize wellbeing, increase effectiveness, efficiency, productivity.

Success in Sales and Customer Service
Are you struggling to maintain excellent service? Is your business operating with fewer personnel yet serving the same amount of customers? This workshop is designed for professionals who are tasked with retaining and generating business in lean economic times. Learn strategies to cultivate and maintain successful client relationships while countering stress and adapting to change.

This workshop provides insights, stress management tools, self-care practices and strategies for cultivating and maintaining successful client relationships; and increasing effectiveness, efficiency and productivity. Special attention is given to maximizing the effectiveness and wellbeing of the individual, the team as well as the whole system of relationships (customers, suppliers, managers, etc).

Corporate Stress Management Intensive for Business Development
This program is designed to address increased stress levels due to organizational transition, workforce reduction; projects, schedules, and commitments, with critical deadlines; and the pressure of coping with fewer available resources. This program provides insights, stress-management tools, and self-care practices to increase wellness, effectiveness, efficiency and productivity that are imperative to a company’s success and bottom line.

Restoring the Healing Heart
Stress and burnout are epidemic problems among those in healthcare, social and human service professions due to limited resources, long hours and large caseloads. Many who entered their profession with the ideal of making a difference — may end up feeling disillusioned, overwhelmed, and in despair. This workshop provides insights, stress management tools, and self-care practices to increase wellness, effectiveness, efficiency and productivity. The workshop is targeted towards individuals in healthcare, social and human service professions (staff across all levels — frontline, supervisory, managerial, program coordinators, case managers, etc.) who may be experiencing stress and burnout in daily life, and particularly in the workplace.

Health Resource Optimization Strategies — “Net-Provider” Healthy Lifestyle Practices (Individuals | Organizations | Communities)
Health Resource Optimization is a "Certification Program" about wellness and health-creation through individuals and collectives taking responsibility for choosing and maintaining healthy lifestyles, communities, jobs, and environments. It spans four years and includes five levels of certification. The first level focuses on the development of everyone as a “Health Practitioner”. Subsequent Levels are for developing health ambassadors, certified coaches, master coaches and global health executives.

Strategies for Health Resource Optimization — A Comprehensive Integral Wellness Program — “Net-Provider” Healthy Lifestyle Practices
This program provides insights, tools, practices, strategies, and a plan of action to address health issues that are a result of stress, poor diet and exercise habits, and sedentary lifestyles. It is designed to give the support needed to shift attitudes and behaviors that result in episodic healthcare intervention — to lifestyle practices that result in prevention and continuous enjoyment of health and wellbeing from cradle to grave. This program is based on an integrative approached to health and wellness, and can be custom-designed meet the needs of corporate clients, non-profit organizations, specific industries and professions. It can be targeted towards people of all ages — working through communities, churches, community centers, clubs, clinics, hospitals, schools, and colleges.

Strategies for Health Resource Optimization — Cancer Prevention and Health Recovery Program
This program provides insights, tools, practices and the support needed to shift attitudes, behaviors and habits that result in disease, to the adoption of healthier lifestyles to prevent cancer and reduce the risk of other chronic diseases. In addition to advocating regular screenings for certain cancers, it also educates participants on how to take preventative action by avoiding harmful toxins and chemicals that are prevalent in the air, food, water, products in our households and the environment that may contribute to the development of cancer. The program is targeted towards all ages, and also works with individuals under medical supervision who have completed active treatment for cancer, and are in health recovery.

New Mothers Health & Wellness Program
A program based on compassion and wellness based practices for pregnant and post partum women.

Sports & Fitness Training
The Sports and Fitness Training Programs & Services are founded on compassion-based practices for optimal health, wellness and performance. The programs focus on best practices and physical fitness training techniques to promote cardiovascular conditioning, caloric burn rate, increase core strength, and reduce incidents of injury. Stretches and breath-work are used to enhance performance, postural alignment and well being. Readiness for change, health, and nutrition in relation to fitness are reviewed. Daily activities and group support are an integral part of establishing healthy fitness patterns to counteract recidivism.

Nutrition
The Nutrition Program & Services are founded on creating a healthy lifestyle and compassion-based practices for optimal health and wellness. The workshop provides general information on diet related diseases and health risks, as well as healthier food choices to reduce those health risks. Participants will learn easy and tasty ways to incorporate more nutritious foods into their daily diet, how to eat healthy on the go, in restaurants, while traveling, etc. Information will be provided on the preparation of nutritionally balanced and nourishing meals. Daily activities and group support are an integral part of establishing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle and eating habits.

Health Resource Optimization — Coaching, Training and Facilitation
“Train-the-Trainer” 4-Day Seminar
A program that provides identified “trainers” in an organization or community with an intensive experiential training in whole-person and whole-system aspects of teaching and coaching health resource optimization.

Off-Site Intensive Workshop Retreats
A wellness and compassion based program for individuals and small groups that provides 36-hour intensives to enhance a deeper sense of connection, and well being in beautiful surroundings.

Individual Lifestyle Practice Program
One-on-one consultation, coaching, and training in establishing and maintaining a compassion-based, health resource optimization personal lifestyle practice that is custom-designed to meet the needs of the individual.

Centers | Clinics | Support Groups | Communities
These programs and services implement comprehensive Integral Wellness Centers | Clinics | Support Groups that practice health resource optimization. The establishment of successful "integral wellness communities" is measured and defined as: “health lifestyle practitioners” manifest shared intention, focus, communication, and action — while taking responsibility for the quality of their individual and collective experience together; individuals — acting as a collective — accrue resources (knowledge, money, influence, . . . ) and take responsibility for the ongoing financial, political, and spiritual health and life force of the collective (The Community). The Community and individual community members take responsibility for their individual and collective views, intentions, focus (attention), communications, behaviors, and impacts. The Community and individual community members manifest sustainable relationships internally and externally with other individuals and collectives, and take responsibility for the caring, nurturing and well being of each other. It is our intention to develop sustainable "business models" as the foundation for the Community operations.



Integral Education — Programs & Services



Our Integral Education Programs focus on the cultivation of social-emotional-cultural intelligences and skills — using the H-S-L Practice of Compassion as a foundational process. Our programs address the following four areas: multiple intelligences, multiple perspectives, peace training, and mastery.

Multiple Intelligences
The Multiple Intelligences Programs & Services provide a framework for education in the cultivation of: "First-Order" Intelligences (Primary), "Second-Order" Intelligences (Integrative), and "Third-Order" Intelligences (Transcendent). They provide insights, tools and techniques for the effective development of "First-Order" through "Third-Order" Intelligences using the "H-S-L" Diagnostic Model for Self (Intrapersonal), Other (Interpersonal), the Collective (Organizational), and Ecosystems (Local | Global).

Multiple Perspectives
The Multiple Perspectives Program & Services cultivate the individual and collective capacity to hold multiple perspectives and perceptions. This capacity is essential for addressing conflict, since from an evolution of consciousness perspective, conflict is an indicator that a “gap” has emerged between our perceptions of how we want to be regarded and treated (by our selves and others) versus our perceptions of how we are experiencing being regarded and treated (by our selves and others). It manifests as our choice and reaction to pursue discord — as a response to feeling that our need to be heard, seen, and loved has been thwarted. And the consequences can be significant — possibly resulting in the loss of life, liberty, or the pursuit of happiness. The ability to hold multiple perspectives and perceptions allows us to consciously choose peace over discord.

Compassion ("Peace") Training
The “Practice of Peace” compassion training offers a practical response to the world in terms of reducing suffering and despair. Such a “Practice” has already been described by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. He said that to “teach Peace” one needs to develop sympathy empathy and compassion. These workshops are based on the wisdom of the Dalai Lama that holds that: “All people want and need to be Heard, Seen and Loved” (“H-S-L”). When the “H-S-L” need is thwarted — mischief occurs, and we experience suffering (anxiety, discontent, …) as signaled by fear and reacted to as forms of anger. The objective of these workshops is to provide participants with tools and hands-on experience to — Identify and explore the fundamental causes of conflict (intrapersonal and interpersonal); and the effective ways to address the causes, manifestation, and the results of conflict. The Compassion (Peace) Training Workshops focus on the cultivating multiple intelligences; challenging unchallenged assumptions; developing the capacity to hold multiple perspectives and experiences; and discerning and living from ones highest purpose as a legacy practice.

Mastery (Individual | Collective)
The focus of these programs and services is “mastery” on the individual and collective level. The cultivation of “mastery” takes approximately 10,000 hours of specific focus on — the acquisition of relevant knowledge, practice of correct technique with specific targets, application (drills) in real life situations, instant feedback and reinforcement of all of the above, and integration and performance of all of the above as wise efficient and effective action. One of the milestones in the development of ‘mastery”, is the ability to apply multiple intelligences to create from the frame works of the domains you are attempting to master. Achieving that milestone is what these programs and services strive for.



Integral Leadership — Programs & Services



Leadership Development (Individual | Collective)
The Integral Leadership Development Programs & Services use a whole-person (physical | emotional | cognitive | consciousness) whole-system perspective to address our relationships to the systems (human and technological) that we live, work, and lead in. To paraphrase Albert Einstein: “You cannot solve a problem at the same level of consciousness that created it. You have to go to a higher level of consciousness to transform it.”

Our “Integral Leadership” approach is rooted in creating a profound individual and organizational desire to move towards, and live in a state of vibrant work community, clarity, productivity, and mutual effectiveness — rather than simply to minimize “normal” individual and organizational friction, dissatisfaction, and discomfort. Further, this approach is sourced from the experience that healthy work lifestyle adoption and sustainability is greatly enhanced by the company of others — “Community” is more powerful than individual effort as an effective antidote to recidivism.

This consciousness-based approach includes elements of community capacity-building among employees and the organization as a whole. Key areas of focus are: Authenticity (Self), Transparency (Self), and Development of the Commons.

These Programs and Services are intended to provide participants with tools and hands-on experience to:
  1. Clarify and continuously improve personal, interpersonal, and organizational relationships, processes, and practices — to achieve humane, generative, breakthrough levels of productivity, effectiveness, profitability, wellness, and compassion.
  2. Define and align “highest aspirations” at the personal, interpersonal, organizational, and corporate level — while integrating the natural self-interest of each level with the well-being of the whole.
  3. Optimize individual and organization value, performance, culture, and contribution — to provide the highest possible sustainable value to all affected Stakeholders and communities.
  4. Manifest an integrated high-performance organization as a work community
  5. Develop and implement realistic and supported whole-life cycle plans and strategies that effectively and efficiently utilize resources
Legacy Practice
The Legacy Practice Programs & Services cultivate the development and application of: Higher Purpose | Highest Aspirations; and Life Experience Integration. In Hearing, Seeing, and Loving (“H-S-L”) one-Self, it is important to have a life-work which provides a sense of meaning in your life. Developing a life-work requires cultivating vision and purpose with a commitment to a larger sense of meaning and relationships in your life — a “Legacy Practice”. A “Legacy Practice” is about being and living your highest aspirations in ways that cultivate generative relationships. “Legacy Practice” optimizes your intelligences, skills, gifts, and talents through the lens of your highest aspirations. In so doing, it helps you to share your life-work, and center yourself in the work and relationships that truly inspire you. It transforms “Irrelevance to Relevance” and landing the understanding that, “I, you and we are valued”. Our programs and services help you to develop and live a "Legacy Practice".

Community “Capacity-Building”
The Community "Capacity-Building" Programs & Services focus on the importance the following roles play in community capacity-building in applying the insight that “Community is greater than individual will-power”: Social Connectors | Opinion Leaders | Decision Makers | Policy Formulators. These roles play a critical part in discerning and addressing the implications for optimizing community capacity-building strategies:

Cultural Implications —
Values, beliefs, norms, communications, and behaviors that reflect a focus on individual (personal) and collective (community) responsibility for lifestyle choices and optimization of all community resources.

Social Implications —
All participants have shared democratic responsibility for operating the community resource system — at all levels of scale.

Economic Implications —
Emphasis on democratic communities of choice that optimize individual and collective resources; manage the community resources; and take on the community financial burdens from individuals, employers, and the Government — while shifting the responsibility for resource optimization to individual community members.

We offer specific Integral Leadership programs and services:

Leadership and Teamwork — Social-Emotional-Cultural Intelligences Skills through the “Hizzle” (H-S-L) Practice of Compassion
This workshop is designed to help young women and girls develop leadership and teamwork through the development of courage, confidence, character, and compassionate relationships. This involves role-playing, social skills practice, and methods for developing bonds between the young women and girls. It teaches social-emotional-cultural skills through the “Hizzle” (H-S-L) Practice of Compassion so that young women and girls can become more effective in their relationships with themselves, each other, and their development of leadership and practice of teamwork.

Strategies for Leadership and Longevity through Sports Mastery — SASS (Strength, Agility, Speed and Stamina)
Provides athletes with an understanding of the science of training and the necessary experience they to need to develop mastery in a particular sport for optimal performance. It also provides insights, tools, practices important for the development of mastery of the body and mind in any age bracket from a whole-person perspective. A whole-person approach includes an understanding of predispositions and limitations, and mastery of one’s physical (anatomy, physiology, biomechanics), emotional and cognitive (psychology), and spiritual capabilities to perform optimally and remain injury-free. This program is targeted towards experienced individual and team sport players. Participants should be at an intermediate to advanced level in their particular sport.

Musical Conversations | Masterful Conversations Workshops
The capacity to heal ourselves, our relationships, and the world is one of the most profound human qualities. It is through a practice called “H-S-L” — of being able to Hear, See, and unconditionally Love (be fully “Present” to) ourselves, each other, and our ecosystems — that we increase our capacity for compassion, creativity, leadership, and peace. This is the antidote to rage, despair, irrelevance, and extinction. The “Musical Conversations” or “Masterful Conversations” workshops are a new and powerful way of cultivating these capacities.

“Masterful Conversations” are conversations that cultivate multiple intelligences and multiple perspectives to transform consciousness through mastery of leadership (knowledge, collective action, wisdom, compassion and skillful means, and “Presence” as “awareness of awareness”) and artistry (music, spoken word, writing, dance, drawing, painting, sculpting, weaving, crafts, . . .). “Masterful Conversations” are dialogic interactions that occur between “conversationalists” in both improvisational (extemporaneous, “in-the-moment”) and compositional (designed and/or rehearsed) expressive and/or performance modalities. They are based on the “conversationalists” engaging in sharing, collaboration, and collective action with each other (including the “audience”) — for creating shared meaning from both spontaneous and planned thoughtful dialogue on a specific “topic”. It is anticipated that the “topic” will mean different things for different people, and that shared meaning will emerge. “Conversationalists” are asked to contemplate, interpret, and share their creative expressions of what the topic means to them, and how they are arriving at personal and shared meaning. “Masterful Conversations” always provide a present moment cultivation of individual and collective leadership. And they always provide gracious space for both spontaneous and delayed (after-the-fact) inspiration, incubation, production, and presentation of artistic expression. Audience participation in many forms is part of the process.

Design “Charrette” Workshops
These programs and services provide individuals, organizations, and communities the opportunity to do leadership work that leads from sharing, to collaboration, to collective action. A design charrette consists of an intense period of design activity using collaborative sessions in which various stakeholders and experts are brought together to draft realistic and achievable design solutions to a problem. The charrette strategy is to focus on both the big picture and the details of a project to produce collaborative agreement on specific goals, strategies, and project priorities. Charrettes establish trust, build consensus, and help to obtain project approval more quickly by allowing participants to be a part of the decision-making process. They serve as a way of quickly generating a design solution while integrating the aptitudes and interests of a diverse group of people. Charrettes usually occur as multiple sessions in which the group divides into and works as sub-groups, with each sub-group presenting its findings to the whole group as material for future dialogue. A successful charrette increases the leadership capacity of the whole group, promotes joint ownership of solutions and attempts to defuse confrontational attitudes between stakeholders.

Consulting, Coaching, Training and Facilitation
One-on-one and group consultation, coaching, and training in establishing and maintaining compassion-based leadership practices that are custom-designed to meet your needs.



Integral Spirituality — Programs & Services



The “Hizzle” (H-S-L) Practice of Compassion (Individuals | Other People | Organizations & Communities | Ecosystems)
The “H-S-L” (Heard | Seen | Loved) Practice of Compassion is a life legacy practice that provides a diagnostic and response approach for developing sympathy, empathy, and compassion. It is a foundational process for cultivating Social-Emotional-Cultural intelligences and skills. Our “H-S-L” programs and services focus on the cultivation and application of: Mindfulness | Insight ("Wisdom") | Compassion (“Presence”) | Skillful Means.

This places attention squarely on intentionally manifesting conditioning experiences that stimulate activation of multiple intelligences and perspectives in ways that cultivate wisdom, compassion, and skillful means — and invite engagement in experiments that increase Social-Emotional-Cultural intelligences and skills in everyday life. The “H-S-L” Practice addresses the domains of Self, Other, the Collective, and Ecosystems.

The “Hizzle” (H-S-L) Practice of Compassion Workshop
This workshop increase the capacity for compassion through a practice called “Hizzle” (H-S-L) — being able to be fully “Present” to Hearing, Seeing, and unconditionally Loving ourselves, each other, our organizations, communities and our ecosystems.

This is the antidote to fear, rage, despair, isolation, irrelevance, and extinction. It provides insights, tools and practices and the support needed to shift attitudes, behaviors, and habits that may result in unhealthy and dysfunctional relationships. It cultivates the ability to live into a cycle of Sympathetic => Empathetic => Compassionate Listening and Generative Responses for maintaining effective lifelong healthy relationships.

Healthy Relationships for Young Women — Cultivating Social-Emotional-Cultural Intelligences through the “Hizzle” (H-S-L) Practice of Compassion
This workshop is designed to provide young women insights, tools and coping strategies for identifying and dealing with relational aggression (RA) or female bullying. It provides the support needed to shift attitudes and behaviors that may have a damaging impact — to those that cultivate a greater sense of self-assuredness and healthy peer relationships. The focus is on the development of clarity, courage, confidence, character and compassion. It cultivates social-emotional-cultural intelligences through the “Hizzle” (H-S-L) Practice of Compassion so that young women can become more effective in their relationships with themselves, each other, our organizations, communities and our ecosystems.

Bridging the Gaps Workshop — An Exploration of Intrapersonal and Interpersonal “Conflict”
In these times of tremendous peril on our planet — where people spend so little time outside of their social identity, and where communities are fragmented by the polarization of young and old, rich and poor, black and white, conservative and progressive, vegans and carnivores, etc. — it is essential that we connect, work together,
and build communities that serves everyone. To that end, we are wise to explore available methodologies that “bridge the gaps” (of conflict) — both within us as individuals (“Self”) and between us as collectives (“Other”). The objective of this workshop is to provide the participants with tools and hands-on experience to identify and explore the fundamental causes of conflict (intrapersonal and interpersonal); and the effective ways to address the causes, manifestation, and the results of conflict.

Integrated Spiritual Practices
The Integrated Spiritual Practices Program & Services focus on compassion and wellness based practices designed to increase multiple intelligences and transform individual and collective wisdom using a variety of modalities:
Yoga (Individual | Collective)
Stretching | Movement | Dance
Breath Work & Chanting
Prayer | Introspection | Reflection | Meditation | Contemplation

Six Wisdoms of Human Relationships

The Six Wisdoms of Human Relationships Program & Services provide training for optimizing at the intersection of human effectiveness and efficiency. They provide a framework for optimizing human relationships:
Consciousness (Self-Awareness | Multiple Intelligences | Presence)
Compassion (“H-S-L” — Heard | Seen | Loved)
Whole-Person (Physical | Emotional | Cognitive | Spiritual)
Whole-System (All Stakeholders | All Pattern Languages)
Community | Relationships (Interconnectedness)
Whole-Life Cycle (Continuity)



Integral Systems — Programs & Services



Solidarity Beloved Community Initiative (SBCI) Workshops

Solidarity Beloved Community Initiative (SBCI) provides a venue for community, environmentalists, social justice activists, wellness practitioners, economists, government, business, and the arts — to "workshop" their projects for implementing the “Green Economy” (“Net-Provider” Strategy).



The Sunyata Association {501(c)(3)} hosts a monthly gathering of the Solidarity Beloved Community Initiative (SBCI) on community, environment, social justice, and wellness — on every third Wednesday from 6pm — 8pm. The EOS Alliance is co-sponsoring the activity by generously providing their meeting center and hospitality for our gatherings. The workshops are managed at:     SBCI Site



Dates:

- Wednesday June 17, 2009 {See Minutes Discussion at:    
SBCI Minutes}

- Wednesday July 15, 2009

- Wednesday August 19, 2009

- Wednesday September 16, 2009

- Wednesday October 21, 2009

- Wednesday November 18, 2009

- Wednesday December 16, 2009



Time:

- 6PM — 8PM



Location:

- EOS Alliance, 650 S. Orcas Street, Suite 220, Seattle, WA 98108



Purpose:

A venue for community, environmentalists, social justice activists, integral wellness practitioners, economists, government, business, and the arts — to work together to implement the “Green Economy” (“Net-Provider” Strategy).



Process (Agenda):

(6:00 pm - 6-15 pm) Small-Group Storytelling

Share story about what aspects of your highest aspirations are currently “working you”



(6:15 pm - 6-30 pm) Large Group

Welcome | Purpose | Intention | Practice



(6:30 pm - 6-45 pm) Large Group Inquiry

What becomes possible, or can be done more efficiently and effectively together — than can be accomplished separately?



(6:45 pm – 7:45 pm) Small-Group Inquiry

What are the demonstration projects — important issues and solutions — where there is readiness and benefit from the collective support of our organizations and communities, and how can we accomplish them together?



(7:45 pm – 8:00 pm) Large Group

Closing Reflection and Next Steps



8:00 pm

Adjourn



RSVP:
Please let us know which gatherings you will be attending:     SBCI Scheduling



Contact:
Mark R. Jones | e-Mail: sbci at sunyata.ws Send Mail

425-413-6000 | www.sunyatagroup.ws(external link) The Sunyata Group




CAN Solidarity Beloved Community Initiative (SBCI)

(Proposed Group Intentions)



Vision:

Community-centered, compassion-based, wise collective leadership and action — focused on the centrality of “Beloved Community” for creating social, economic, environmental, and spiritual wellbeing.



Goals:

To manifest “Beloved Community” by cultivating efficient and effective relationships through shared purpose (highest aspiration), natural selection (fit-to-environment), self-organization (generative patterns), and affinity of Consciousness (awareness | volition | learning | practice | depth) — focused on creating social, economic, environmental, and spiritual wellbeing.



Operational Process:

"Starting from within, working in a circle in a sacred manner, we develop and heal ourselves, our relationships and the world."



Personal Practice:

To commit ourselves to the practice of Hearing, Seeing, and unconditionally Loving (H-S-L) ourselves, each other, and our ecosystems in – every encounter and every relationship. In being individually and collectively accountable for H-S-L and the promises and commitments we make – We ask: Is this action helpful (manifests well-being), compassionate (manifests unconditional love) and transparent (manifests trust), or is it simply an inappropriate exercise of power and/or unexamined assumptions?”



The Project:

Our Nation’s survival depends on our commitment and ability to individually and collectively implement values, lifestyles, practices, processes, policies, and technology that transform how we think and live from a — “Consumer” paradigm, to an economic and ecological “Net Provider” of water, food, energy, infrastructure, wellness, information, and compassionate human relationships. Being a “Net Provider” is about implementing a whole-person, whole-system approach to lifestyle changes and sustainable practices.



The purpose of the Net-Provider “Project” is to architect and collaboratively implement sustainable and scalable “Net Provider” demonstration projects. These projects are intended to transform individual and collective “Consciousness”, values, lifestyles, practices, processes, policies, and technology. The goal is to move from a “Consumer” paradigm to an economic “Net Provider” of water, food, energy, infrastructure, wellness, information, human services, and compassionate human relationships.



The Goal of the Net-Provider “Project” is to implement sustainable “Net-Provider” practices and systems: that are ecologically-sound and economically viable; which provide for their own needs; do not exploit or pollute; develop the capacity and experience for humans to hear, see, and love themselves, each other, and the Earth; and are therefore sustainable and generative in the long term. The strategy is to work from personal (residence, workspace) to collective (commons, neighborhood, workplace, . . .) to implement “Net-Provider” practices and technology around water (i.e., surface water reclamation), food (i.e., gardens and CSA), energy (i.e., renewable and energy reclamation), infrastructure (whole-lifecycle optimization of — technology design | reuse | recycle; life-long education; leadership; facilities; transportation; integrated logistics, local distribution, . . . ), wellness (health resource optimization), information (data, knowledge, wisdom), human services (basic needs), and compassionate human relationships.



Action Inquiries:

What becomes possible, or can be done more efficiently and effectively together — than can be accomplished separately?
What are the demonstration projects — important issues and solutions — where there is readiness and benefit from the collective support of our organizations and communities?



Success Criteria:

To perform compassionate action — not just have compassionate feelings or engage in compassionate talk — where success can be measured by the effectiveness of lives positively changed, communities sustainably transformed, reconciliation accomplished, peace manifested, and justice realized.



Business Management & Infrastructure Optimization

Provide leadership and optimization management support to:
Executive Leadership Support to Programs
Process Definition & Reengineering Programs
Information Technology Initiatives & Programs
Logistics & Transportation Programs

Management | Integration | Operations

Provide leadership and optimization support in the following areas:
Strategy — Findings, Policy, Practice, Systems, Delivery
Enterprise Architecture
Enterprise Management | Integration | Transformation
Portfolio Management
Capital Planning & Integration
e-Business / e-Government Strategy
Program Management
Operations Management & Optimization
Green Economy Optimization Services (GEOS) Initiative

The purpose of these programs and services is to architect and collaboratively implement a social movement that transforms individual and collective "Consciousness", lifestyles, practices, processes, policies, and technology — from a "Consumer" orientation to an economic "Net Provider" of food, energy, water, and wellness. Use this approach to optimize the efficient and effective addressing of extinction-level and/or critical issues — with a community-centered focus, and with compassion as the “business practice”



The programs and services focus on the discovery and/or development and implementation of commercial and non-profit business models and opportunities to create a Green Economy as a human ecology that satisfies our economic, social justice, environmental, and spiritual aspirations.
Consciousness (Self-Awareness | Multiple Intelligences | Presence)
Compassion (“H-S-L” — Heard | Seen | Loved)
Whole-Person (Physical | Emotional | Cognitive | Spiritual)
Whole-System (All Stakeholders | All Pattern Languages)
Community | Relationships (Interconnectedness)
Whole-Life Cycle (Continuity)

Develop and deliver Green Economy-oriented programs:
"H-S-L” Programs on Ecosystem Appreciation
Multiple Intelligences Development Programs about the Ecosystems
Green Economy Leadership Workshops Program
Green Economy Leadership Consulting Program
Green Economy Leadership Support Program (Coaching & Mentoring)

Provide Green Economy-oriented services:
Executive Leadership Support to "Green" Programs and Projects
Process Definition & Improvement on "Green" Programs and Projects
Information Technology for "Green" Initiatives & Programs
"Green" Logistics & Transportation Strategies
Strategic Planning (Conversion | Initiation | Supply Chain)
Strategic Planning for starting Green Economy businesses
Strategic Planning for converting existing businesses to Green Economy businesses
Strategic Planning for establishing Green Economy supply chains
Green Economy Business Ecologies — Whole Systems Design
Green Economy Whole Systems Design — Public Policy
Green Economy Informatics — Whole Systems Design
Green Economy Infrastructure Integration — Indigenous Peoples Wisdom & Practices
"Green" Research and Technology Support
"Green" Adaptation Support
Basic Energy & Storage Research
Renewable Energy
Renewable Energy Storage
Zero and "Low-Carbon" Generation
Coal Carbon Capture
Advanced Vehicles
Cellulosic Biomass
Green Economy Assistance, Training, and Adaptation
Carbon Generation Auction Processes











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Nullam mi. Praesent vehicula consectetuer tortor. Mauris venenatis leo at metus. Ut sit amet enim. Aenean tortor orci, hendrerit a, eleifend quis, pharetra eu, felis.

~hs~

h2 heading

Nullam mi. Praesent vehicula consectetuer tortor. Mauris venenatis leo at metus. Ut sit amet enim. Aenean tortor orci, hendrerit a, eleifend quis, pharetra eu, felis.
!!!h3 heading
Vestibulum dignissim. Praesent non magna id ipsum iaculis pharetra. Nam tristique vestibulum felis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Fusce eget nisi. Nullam quis nisi.

~hs~

h3 heading

Vestibulum dignissim. Praesent non magna id ipsum iaculis pharetra. Nam tristique vestibulum felis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Fusce eget nisi. Nullam quis nisi.
!!!!h4 heading
Cras euismod lectus vel metus. Praesent gravida. Nunc molestie mattis justo. Curabitur ornare, felis et vulputate dapibus, leo est condimentum enim, blandit ultrices orci mauris at eros. Pellentesque eu arcu eu massa mattis rhoncus. Ut volutpat mi in ligula. Pellentesque vitae tellus quis nibh feugiat ornare. Nullam arcu. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas.

~hs~

h4 heading

Cras euismod lectus vel metus. Praesent gravida. Nunc molestie mattis justo. Curabitur ornare, felis et vulputate dapibus, leo est condimentum enim, blandit ultrices orci mauris at eros. Pellentesque eu arcu eu massa mattis rhoncus. Ut volutpat mi in ligula. Pellentesque vitae tellus quis nibh feugiat ornare. Nullam arcu. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas.
Autonumbering in headings
!!# Introduction
Bla bla...

!!# Methodology
Bla bla...

!!!# Laboratory work
Bla bla...

!!!# Statistical analyses
Bla bla...

!!# Results
Bla bla...

!!# Discussion
Bla bla...

~hs~

1. Introduction

Bla bla...

2. Methodology

Bla bla...

2.1. Laboratory work

Bla bla...

2.2. Statistical analyses

Bla bla...

3. Results

Bla bla...

4. Discussion

Bla bla...
Lists
Unordered list
*An __unordered__ list item
**A subitem
And some text
*Another item
. . . and more text . . .
*Item 3
. . . and some more text, to illustrate the line spacing.

~hs~
  • An unordered list item
    • A subitem
And some text
  • Another item
. . . and more text . . .
  • Item 3
. . . and some more text, to illustrate the line spacing.
Ordered list
#An __ordered__ list item
##A subitem
+ And some text not breaking the numbering
#Another item
and more text (breaking the correlative numbering)
#Item 3
. . . and some more text, to illustrate the line spacing.

~hs~
  1. An ordered list item
    1. A subitem

    And some text not breaking the numbering
  2. Another item
and more text (breaking the correlative numbering)
  1. Item 3
. . . and some more text, to illustrate the line spacing.
Tables
A table:
||Row One, Column One|Row One, Column Two
Row Two, Column One|Row Two, Column Two||

~hs~ A table:
Row One, Column OneRow One, Column Two
Row Two, Column OneRow Two, Column Two
Boxes
^A box^

~hs~
A box
Links
An [http://tiki.org|external link|nocache]

~hs~ An external link
An ((HomePage|internal link))

~hs~ An internal link
PLUGINS: Img
{img src=http://profiles.tiki.org/img/tiki/tikilogo.png align=center }

~hs~
Image
PLUGINS: Quote
Quote plugin:
{QUOTE()}
Just what do you think you're doing, Dave?

--HAL, in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
{QUOTE}

~hs~ Quote plugin:
Quote:
Just what do you think you're doing, Dave?

--HAL, in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
PLUGINS: Code
Code plugin:
{CODE(wrap=>1)}
{Hello World in Pascal}

program HelloWorld(output);
begin
  WriteLn('Hello World!');
end.
{CODE}
- ~hs~ - Code plugin:
{Hello World in Pascal}

program HelloWorld(output);
begin
  WriteLn('Hello World!');
end.
PLUGINS: Fancytable
FANCYTABLE plugin:
{FANCYTABLE(head=>head one~|~head two~|~head three)}cell one~|~cell two~|~cell three
r2 c1~|~ r2 c2~|~ r3 c2{FANCYTABLE}

~hs~ FANCYTABLE plugin:
head one head two head three
cell one cell two cell three
r2 c1 r2 c2 r3 c2

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