Lexion Intensive

Humanity’s greatest power

is in groups

6 weeks

Exploring the spirit of groups

 on Zoom

Beginning Aug 3rd

Weekly 9am-12noon Tuesdays Sydney Australian time

Dates: Aug 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st and Sept 7th

 

Whenever people gather, a group spirit is also present. During this intensive we will explore the spirit of organisations from the standpoint of the group lexion.

 

Lex as (Plato’s) archetype,

The Lexion (capital L) as all that is aligned with the Lex,

The elexion as all that is imprinted with the qualities of the Lex.

 

Vision is a powerful tool. In a similar way that ‘being seen’ allows an individual to remember their true nature, when the spirit of an organisation is truly ‘seen’ it naturally re-aligns with the purity of intent behind the original impulse. Organisational integrity is considered to be present when the activities and systems of the group is aligned with the lore, law and dharma within the Lex.

Integrity In Groups

To recognise the organisational lexion at different levels of emanation requires a familiarity navigating within intelligible realms. For this reason, the intensive is  open to people who have experience mapping consciousness. If you have special circumstances, please get in touch.

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A technology of consciousness, 

A theoretical framework, within a cosmological context

Experience mapping the spirit of organisations you are part of.

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Each week we will explore a different aspect of the spirit of groups using the organisations you are involved with as the mapping focus.

During the intensive we will explore how groups form, what is the role of Will, polarity and place in establishing an organisation.

We will be introduced to the structure of the spirit of a group, including the Lex, Lexion and elexion. This will help us understand the higher and lower mode of your organisation and the role your consciousness plays it helping your organisation retain integrity.

In an experiential way we will map the particular metaphysical dance move your organsiation uses to get what it wants.

We will explore its emotional state, including its emotional wounding, its desires, fears and beliefs.

We will explore the metaphysical scaffolding that connects the lex to the elexion (or not).

We will also explore how your organisation is shaped and ‘made’ by its relationship to place, and the land energies it rests within.

Finally we will map your organisations relationships within the landscape of lexions. This helps us see the spirit of your organisation within a context of time

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Experiential    |    Practical  

  Theoretical

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Helen Russ has a Ph.D in the spirit of organisations. Helen has studied consciousness for more than 20 years. She will share anecdotes from her training and her personal experiences, and she will help us learn by doing it with you.

It combines principles of sourcing, reflection, holism, experiential learning and awareness.

Cost $650

Scholarships or exchanges also available

Helen often says, its the most fun you can have.

About Helen

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Creating a sealed space

This material has the potential to change how we relate to groups forever. It is a key that can transform our collective endeavours, but to do that, its emanation pathway must be tenderly nurtured. You are the first group of people Helen will be doing this with so she has a special request. Lexion is very close to her heart and right now, it is like a precious seedling that has just popped it head out of the ground. As such, the impulse needs to be treated with respect, extreme care and nurturing. A big wind or harshness could affects its emanation pathway.

Helen is expecting that new mapping insights will emerge during the intensive, that there will be downloads and openings that we can only imagine. For this to happen, it’s important that we create a safe place for each other, but also for the spirit of lexion. If you choose to enrol, Helen is asking that for now, you keep the new knowledge, insights, sharing and discussion within the group.

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