The Planetary Network - September 2016

The planetary network of light, love and service is transforming the mental climate of the planet, reorientating humanity to spiritual attitudes and values. The groups and activities reported in the Bulletin reflect different aspects of the network.

Co-Creators World

In its own words, Co-Creators World is “exploring the art of conscious co-creation and the work of restoring harmony to our planetary life.” Its home page poses the incisive question:  “Are You a Co-Creator? – Do you accept responsibility for experiencing the life you are creating, care deeply for the life we are living together – one family of 7 billion souls on a blue planet?”

A number of resources are available on its website, such as insights into how group consciousness can assist humanity into creating a new culture and harmony on earth, news of its upcoming and past seminars and webinars, issues on science and health from a spiritual perspective, a ‘People’s Forum’, a ‘Community Page’ where you can share your thoughts and insights on consciousness and your part in universal creation. Also, it features ‘Real News’ which is a rolling update of related news stories from around the world.

The group is also providing a focus on the ‘New Democratic Movement’ to widen its perspective on the potential for world change and transformation.

The Art of Hosting

The Art of Hosting describes its work as a “highly effective way of harnessing the collective wisdom and self-organizing capacity of groups of any size.” It is called the Art of Hosting, because as the the group explains: “it is an art to become skilfull at helping ourselves and others work well together, especially in these times of increased complexity”.

The Art of Hosting is a rapidly growing worldwide network, as organizations, communities, and people from all walks of life take part in this new way of working that blends the best of what we all know about the power of conversation. Conversation is, the group writes, “the place where we learn, exchange ideas, offer resources and create innovation”.

Groups and organisations using this technique report better decision-making, more efficient and effective capacity building and greater ability to quickly respond to opportunity, challenge and change.

The Art of Hosting is being used in Business, NGOs, Communities, Government, local as well as national and regional, in families and in more complex multistakeholder processes.

Its network, the Art of Hosting writes: “has no formal, legal structure, no appointed leader and no controlling body. It is based on a practitioner network, with local communities of practice; it is committed to learning and generous with its sharing and support.”

The website is available in English, French, German, Spanish and Portuguese.