[OSList] Love + detachment from outcome
Michael M Pannwitz via OSList
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Mon Sep 4 22:59:10 PDT 2017
I know you will have a passionate involvement just as I have known you
with your training crowd.
In os speak its "fully present and utterly invisible" which translates
also into passionately present and unattached to outcome.
Love is it all the way down.
Hugs from Berlin
PS: And let the crowd know that there is a European Open Space Learning
Exchange in Iceland in November while the world crowd is gathering in
Taiwan. More detail can be had from Kari Gunnarson and Hróbjartur Árnason
Am 05.09.2017 um 01:36 schrieb Harrison Owen via OSList:
> Anna – I think you may have misunderstood – at least me. Un-attached to
> outcome (for sure), but PASSIONATELY attached to the freedom and
> dedication to those who search for such an outcome. They alone, I
> believe, will ever find the RIGHT conclusion for THEM.
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> *From:*OSList [mailto:oslist-bounces at lists.openspacetech.org] *On Behalf
> Of *Anna Caroline Türk via OSList
> *Sent:* Monday, September 4, 2017 6:48 PM
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> *Subject:* [OSList] Love + detachment from outcome
> Dear all!
> I am just picking my favorite part from the 'Open Space in
> Charlottesville’ conversation - this part about LOVE, because I have
> been contemplating this “love and detachment thing” in the last couple
> of weeks.
> It’s late at night here in Amsterdam, where I am getting ready to give
> an open Space Training with Thomas Herrmann and Doris Gottlieb and
> should much rather get some sleep. But hey, I am on fire.. ;)
> So let me share my thoughts:
> I have noticed, that even though Michael M Pannwitz, Yaari, Harrison you
> have been so great teachers for me, standing for non attachment – I find
> myself standing somewhere else.
> I am not detached. I am fiercely in love with Open Space and my clients,
> I am engaged in helping them getting more aware of their limiting
> believes, the ways how they sabotage themselves and others and how they
> think too small, too negative, too positive, too lame.
> Yes, my love for Open Space and my clients is passionate, intense and
> lasting. And yes, I will radiate that through my presence.
> That doesn’t mean that I will talk more or louder or more intense.
> I don’t talk a lot at all - to be precise. But I will not leave my
> passion outside the room. I will bring it all in and from that place of
> total surrender to my passion for Open Space and my clients I will
> gently and happily show up with all my love - for Open Space and the
> participants who came to learn and remember and explore and discover
> more about Open Space and themselves and the world and much much more….
> including the power of love and passion :)
> So yes, I am super excited and I hope to share more from the Open Space
> Training - we’ll start on Wednesday.
> much Love
> Anna Caroline
> my inspiration from 'Open Space in Charlottesville’
> Birgitt Williams wrote:
> not so sure that there is such a thing as 'loving indifference'.
> Love is....passionate, creative, life force and more.
> Love plus detachment from outcome is a useful way for the facilitator to
> However, there is nothing wrong with positive expectancy......for the
> best possible outcomes, whatever they may be.
> I was picking up that it was not so useful to be in expectancy that
> community OST may not lead to actions.
> *Anna Caroline Türk*
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