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Pattern Dynamics Evening Workshop with Tim Winton

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Pattern Dynamics Evening Workshop with Tim Winton

Time: January 29, 2013 from 7pm to 8:30pm
Location: RE Sources Sustainable Living Center
Street: 2309 Meridian St. (above the RE Store)
City/Town: Bellingham
Website or Map: http://tinyurl.com/av64q24
Phone: 733-3541
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: David MacLeod
Latest Activity: Feb 1, 2013

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Event Description

Tuesday, January 29th, 7:00 PM

At RE Sources Sustainable Living Center

(above the RE Store)

2309 Meridian Street, Bellingham (map)

$15 suggested donation


Direct from Australia - we're very excited to have Tim Winton in Bellingham for this evening workshop!

PatternDynamics™ is an Integral Sustainability Pattern Language. It's a smart, accessible, and fun way to learn collaborative systems thinking.

At the workshop you will gain essential 21st Century skills:

  • Learn to see the Patterns that help you thrive through simplifying a complex world.
  • See holistic solutions to personal, organizational, and social challenges.
  • Become one of those people who can ‘connect the dots’ and explain why systems thinking is important.
  • Build a new set of communications skills based on 'collaborative systems thinking'.
  • Learn a tool for creating 'mass collaboration' to harness the power of collective intelligence.
  • Discover a whole new approach to creative design.
  • Learn a new way of expressing principles of sustainability.
  • Gain an introduction to a high level method of building organizational effectiveness.
  • Experience the ‘Source’ of deep meaning that facilitates high levels of self-organization.

What will I experience at the Workshop?

The PatternDynamics™ Evening Workshop, led by founder Tim Winton, is a participatory group process that includes introduction to the Patterns, group discussions, workshopping of participants' organizational challenges, and a simple set of movements related to each Pattern. In learning to use the Patterns participants collectively embody, discuss, and experiment with the organizing principles that sustain complex dynamic systems and experience the collective awareness and deep meaning generated through participating in a highly unified organization.

For More Information

Learn how to become a more effective change agent - and contribute to personal, organizational, and planetary thriving in a complex world! Visit the Pattern Dynamics website.

Consider also the One Day Workshop being held in Vancouver, B.C. on Feb. 2nd.

Tim Winton is Founder and Director of PatternDynamics™, an Integral Sustainability Pattern Language, as a planetary social enterprise. He developed it while managing and acting as chief instructor of Permaforest Trust, a not-for-profit sustainability education organization in New South Wales, Australia. As a sustainability educator, Tim has developed training modules and workshops in integral sustainability, sustainability principles, permaculture design, PatternDynamics™ and sustainable forestry. Tim blogs at thepatternguy.com



This workshop is presented by Transition Whatcom in partnership with RE Sources for Sustainable Communities, Whatcom Folk School, Sustainable Bellingham, and Cascadia Workshops.

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Comment by Jamie Jedinak on February 1, 2013 at 10:46pm

Great Gathering! I am looking forward to our practice group!

Comment by Shannon Maris on January 22, 2013 at 9:47pm

I encourage folks to check out the web page and the two webinars from this fellow. Some background on how this pattern came about both physically and intuitively. It would appear this is the pattern or language of Nature and it is being presented as tool to bring humanity back into balance with Nature. Are we capable of overcoming the challenges, and can we do it ?

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