[OSList] Ancient Indian principles vs. Open Space Technology

Harrison Owen via OSList oslist at lists.openspacetech.org
Mon Mar 28 06:02:22 PDT 2016

As I expected, the attachment was too large. But you can still Google.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MObYeDmoDcY It may seem a little odd, but I
feel just delighted when people wherever see the relevance of opening a
little space.




From: OSList [mailto:oslist-bounces at lists.openspacetech.org] On Behalf Of
Jan Höglund via OSList
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2016 6:02 AM
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Subject: [OSList] Ancient Indian principles vs. Open Space Technology


A few days ago, a friend from Bangladesh told me about the following ancient
Indian principles of spirituality.

I was struck by how similar these principles are to the principles of Open
Space Technology (in parentheses).

1. Every Person you encounter is the right one.  (Whoever comes is the right
2. Whatever has happened, is the only thing that could have happened.
(Whatever happens is the only thing that could have, be prepared to be
3. Each moment in which something begins is the right moment.  (Whenever it
starts is the right time.)
4. What is Over is Over.  (When it’s over, it’s over.)
5. Nothing is permanent.

Jan Höglund

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