In my last post I introduced basic principles of intercentricity – a dynamic worldview of reciprocal aliveness. In this post and the next, I explore how that worldview plays out in a number of diverse realms. It’s a bit long, so I’ve divided it into two parts to make it more accessible.
This post – Part 2a – explores the manifestation of intercentricity in the realms of activism, love, spirituality & religion, greetings, and countries & cultures. In Part 2b tomorrow, I’ll explore intercentricity in networks, pluralism & self-actualization, education, power, and deep & wise democracy.