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Written by Narveen Aryaputri
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 08:08
Spiral Dynamics is a theory of human development introduced in the 1996 book Spiral Dynamics by Don Beck and Chris Cowan. The book was based on the theory of psychology professor Clare W. Graves.
Spiral Dynamics argues that human nature is not fixed: humans are able, when forced by life conditions, to adapt to their environment by constructing new, more complex, conceptual models of the world that allow them to handle the new problems.Each new model transcends and includes all previous models. According to Beck and Cowan, these conceptual models are organized around so-called Memes: systems of core values or collective intelligences, applicable to both individuals and entire cultures.
Independent Scholar Michael Grady will describe how he has interpreted the Spiral in his own life development, while inviting co-learners to share their own viewpoints.
Independent Scholars Evenings. 7.00 p.m.
1530 Fifth Avenue. Moline. Illinois 309-762-9202 or 762-8547
Doors open at 6.30 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Dress code: business casual.
Elevators are located through the 16th Street entrance. Please call. The doors are closed after 7.00 p.m. for security reasons.
The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, LTD is a 501(c)3 at State and Federal level organization under US laws since 1996.
Please visit www.qcinstitute.org to see our archives.
Please visit the Phoenix Art Gallery, specializing in American Midwest Art.
Current show is the Art of BILL MARSOUN in the Phoenix, Photography by
DARREN MILLER in the Dragon and the mixed media of AMBER WILLIAMS at the Artisan Adventure, Gauche, oils and photography by ANNA ENGELBRECHT at The Artisan Adventure, The jewelry of KIRAN YARLA and ELSA ROMERO is available at The Artisan Adventure.
The galleries will be open at 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. on Thursday March 21st. 2013
The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, LTD is a 501(c)3 at State and
Federal level organization under US laws since 1996. Please visit www.qcinstitute.org to see our archives.
Contributions may be sent to:
The Institute for Cultural and Healing Traditions, Ltd.
1530 Fifth. Avenue. Moline. IL 61265