Humanity’s greatest power is in groups.
How do we ensure the groups we create are
Always a force for Good.
The psychological crowd is a provisional being formed of heterogeneous elements, which for a moment are combined, exactly as the cells which constitute a living body, a new being which displays characteristics very different from those possessed by each of the cells singly.
(Park & Burgess, 1924, p. 303)
Integrity in groups is directly proportional to
the love and will
within the collective mind
Helen Russ Ph.D
Humanity’s greatest power is in groups
Lexion is the Spirit of a Group
and lexion technology explores the forces of consciousness required to land a good idea.
Whenever people gather, they gather around an idea and regardless of whether we are aware of it or not, a group spirit also emerges.
Traditionally we refer to it as culture.
When we say Qantas Airlines feels different to Virgin Airlines,
we are recognizing the spirit of the group.
The Lex is the perfect Form, in Platos model, the Archetype. Plato says for a horse to exist, somewhere is a perfect essence of horseness. Organisations also have a perfect essence or living Form that inspires the collective action and psychology of the group. A dysfunctional organisation occurs when no-one within the group is actively and consciously in touch with the Lex.
Lex as (Plato’s) archetypal blueprint,
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.
lexion (small l) is the whole structure – everything associated with the Lex.
We have an incarnation standpoint within physical reality. For groups the focus of their incarnation is different. For groups the pull towards self-determination is focused
within the laws of intelligible realms, where attention is the focusing force (Palmer, 1994)
and where time and space are not fixed.
Lexions are not interested in the physical, they are not interested in our needs or moral imperatives.
Lexions are interested in gaining momentum
within consciousness, and they need attention or “devotion to increase their own power”
What benefits the lexion may not benefit the people.
When we work in groups with a similar purpose our mental impulses flow together and
become a stream that is subject to principles of repulsion, attraction and attention or inattention. With enough people focused on a particular stream, the streams grow and become, a Being, a
lexion, with its own destiny, desires and fears.
the numbers giving it attention, the greater the force and
the more compelling it becomes.
Working with the lexion transforms the space of consciousness of the group. The lexion is a Being, in its own right, with its own desires, fears, psychological wounding and its own destiny.
When we ignore it, it operates in the background and usually in lower mode. When we communicate with it, it acts like a friendly breeze supporting new endeavours.
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.
Organisations are in essence the emanation of an idea. They are a living Being. Like us, each organisation has an emanation pathway, each has levels of emanation, a psychological make up and a subtle energetic action each organisation uses to ‘get what it wants’.
To recognise the organisational lexion at different levels of emanation requires a familiarity navigating consciousness. With ordinary mental consciousness we relate to the world of the five senses. Working with a lexion requires that we operate at Noetic levels of consciousness.
A technology of consciousness,
A theoretical framework, within a cosmological context
Experience mapping the spirit of organisations you are part of.
To consciously work with the lexion there are elements to explore, including how groups form, what is the role of Will, polarity and place. Each lexion has a relationship with the Earth and in the landscape of lexions. Things emanate in higher and lower mode and its up to us to maintain a an open pathway between the Lex and the more emanated elexion. Each group also has a particular energetic action, a metaphysical dance move it uses to get what it wants.
To work with the organisational lexion requires that we recognise it as a Being in its own right, and we learn its psychological make up and its non-physical structure. To have a harmonious and healthy relationship with the organisational lexion requires we acknowledge and respect them like any other life form. When we ignore them, they operate in the back ground and usually in lower mode.
Experiential | Practical
The term lexion emerged after Helen’s Ph.D. This is how she describes it;
‘Naming something is an incredibly powerful emanation tool. During my Ph.D I was using vision and conventional academic techniques to explore the relationship between memes and organisational culture, I discovered that the term ‘meme’ has no linguistic, theoretical or cosmological foundation. During the Ph.D I searched incessantly for an alternative term. In the months around my graduation, nearly buried in alternatives scrawled on pieces of paper; I had a dream.
There was a gold friend who was stationed at the bottom of a gold ladder. This friend passed ‘lexion’ to me in a way I could hear. At the top of the ladder was a Gold Being who had kicked it off from the top. When I woke, I’d forgotten the dream, but seeing it written on a piece of paper beside the bed, I remembered. I went to the computer and looked it up. I could not believe what I’d been given.
In ancient Greek, Lex means ‘The Word’, in Latin, it means ‘lore, law and dharma’.
Within the structure of the Lex, everything is contained in its perfection, and the lexion is all that is associated with that particular Lex’.
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