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To summarize : the Core of CoRe philosophy is as follows :
Health, Life, Happiness, spiritual evolution, practical evolution on the level of individuals, organizations, nations is only possible if all possible polarities are allowed to exist and are in fact lived/ realized/ practiced/ felt.
Not every individual, organization, nation has to live all the polarities to equal degree, there is no universal or healthy balance ratio, all ratios are possible and what is a healthy ratio for the individual depends on his constitution.
Disease, death, depression, decay starts when there is a stagnation developing that prefers/ promotes/ protects/ justifies one polarity more than it is appropriate for the individuals constitution.
To be in a state where all the polarities are possible with the probability that is constitutional for the particular individual means to be in a Dynamic Labile Equilibrium DLE.
CoRe is the tool to find the polarities that are resonant for the individual.
Practical consequences :
1. Healthy balance of polarities does not mean 50/50 – as you could imagine from looking at for example the YIN-Yang symbol – balance is always individual
2. DLE between the polarities is not what we learn AND it generally feels uncomfortable and is avoided to a degree that one polarity eventually suffers and atrophies – when disease starts.
3. There is not one ratio for an individual at all times – this constitutional ratio is a function of environment and time
This is the theory, I will continue to give you practical examples and hope you will contribute your examples for example on :
1. The concept of “healthy” ranges for lab-results is not correct from this point of view
2. A culture has established proper ratios for the different polarities – and is sanctioning actions that lie outside the ratios that are accepted in this culture
3. left brain versus right brain
4. male versus female
5. precise versus approximate
6. hard versus soft
7. spiritual versus physical
8. high blood pressure versus low blood pressure
9. times of fast breath versus times of slow breath
10. Coherent versus in-Coherent
11. Adaptive versus reflective
and hundreds more —- start seeing your own examples
I want to start with something that appeared to me as practical this morning :
This Forum has about one thousands readers a day but strangely it has only about 3 comments or post per month (Katherine, Willy and Gabriele being the exception). This makes me feel that it might not be a healthy proportion or at least that I have to see why this forum has a constitution that is so different then that of other chat rooms.
The absence of comments or posts on this forum might be exceptional in the current internet culture but actually be a sign of good health.
However just as in your consultation room – do not assume certain common ratios to be the standard for health e.g. 3-5 servings of meat per week of meat is healthy everything more or less is unhealthy or 2-4 amalgam fillings are tolerable but more is very likely the cause for trouble and and and
So what we look at in this context is the ratio of reading versus contributing or in other words learning versus teaching. In my seminars I also see that during my presentation there is silence and questions come, if at all, only in the breaks when I want to drink a coffee.
Looking at our dysfunctional educational system you can easily see where this comes from – in the class room we are supposed to be students and not to interrupt or challenge the teacher with questions – also in this way the teacher stops learning as he is not receiving much input himself.
However in order to understand one has to be a teacher and a student.
For example one has to teach what one has learned to others while one is still learning, or one has to apply practically what one has learned while one is still learning or one has to contribute what examples in respect to what one is learning.
You can see in this example of the Learner/Teacher ratio that there should never be a time where one considers oneself exclusively a learner or a teacher – if this is the case it is not a healthy situation (so to me most new age Gurus are not in a healthy position – but just following the age of peaces common standard)
To get out of this stagnant – only one is teaching everyone else is listening – needs for the teacher to allow contributions even if they sometimes do not fit into his plan and for those predominantly learning to contribute and that way to get vulnerable and part of the focus of attention.
To make a long story short :
In 2011 please contribute more posts, comments, questions