What is Process Work

Processwork is the art, science, and the psychology of following the nature of individuals, communities, and eco-systems. What is this nature exactly? It is the “great medicine” for most suffering–that is, the way and meaning of change as it appears in everyday reality and in dreaming, in our bodies, relationships, communities and environment.


5 Responses to “What is Process Work”

  1. 1 hawaiibreeze September 15, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    an evolving, trans-disciplinary approach supporting individuals, relationships and organizations to discover themselves.

  2. 2 hawaiibreeze September 15, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    PW uses awareness to track “real” and “imaginary” psychological and physical processes that illuminate and possibly resolve inner, relationship, team, and world issues. Process Work theories and methods are available for anyone to experience, and can be tested. There are three levels of focus which incorporate just about every possible experience of reality:

    1. Consensus Reality. Process Work deals with so called “real” events, problems, and issues connected with the development of individuals, couples, businesses and cities. Groups and individuals use feelings and facts, to describe conflicts, issues or problems.

    2. At the level of dreamland, process work employs dreams, deep feelings, unspoken truths, “double” or unintentional body signals, “ghosts” (unrepresented figures) and ghost roles in the stories and myths of individuals and organizations. History, visions and transgenerational events are important.

    3. At the deepest non-dualistic or “essence” level, process work deals with tendencies that can be sentiently felt to move us, “dreamlike” tendencies that are not yet easily expressed in words. This area of life can sometimes be felt as a subtle atmosphere around people, events and areas of our planet earth.

    a. Taoism speaks of the essence level in terms of the “the Tao which cannot be said.”
    b. In quantum physics, Heisenberg spoke of “tendencies” of the quantum wave function. David Bohm spoke of this area in terms of a system’s quantum waves or “pilot waves”.
    c. This level seems to manifest a non-dualistic intelligence, we call, the “processmind”. It’s analogy in physics might be Bohm’s pilot wave or Hawking’s “Mind of God.” Spiritual and religious traditions speak of the omnipresence of the gods.

  3. 3 hawaiibreeze September 15, 2012 at 8:38 pm

    centered around the idea of awareness of change, process and the Tao.

  4. 4 hawaiibreeze September 15, 2012 at 8:39 pm

    The process work community is a network of individuals and institutions which are formally or informally connected to process work training centers around the world. Some call themselves process work students, teachers, therapists, facilitators, scientists, activists, politicians or simply friends of process work

  5. 5 hawaiibreeze September 15, 2012 at 8:39 pm

    Processwork theory is based upon a multidimensional view of nature, as “consensus” reality, as dream like images and feelings, and at the deepest essence level, as a “processmind”. This holistic processmind is modeled after quantum wave thinking, mythology and spiritual experience.

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