[OSList] Brisbane Synod Open Space

Michael M Pannwitz mmpannwitz at gmail.com
Thu Oct 3 23:29:46 PDT 2019

Dear Brendan and Michael,

uplifted and inspired myself smiling at the statements in the video.

And that in the face of having heard all of that in the past, during and 
after OST events.

Its a solid reminder that OST always works and that it is a deep and 
productive experience no matter how often it is repeated.

What other experiences have we heard of in which folks (in the words of 
the participants in Brisbane) relate, connect, speak from the heart, 
open up, feel alive and energized, focus, decide sticky stuff in real 
time, actually participate, generate ideas, engage, are happy...?

Want a neat start into the day, watch and listen to the video... 
including the crow in the background adding his voice...


Cheers from a sunny morning in Berlin

Am 04.10.2019 um 03:59 schrieb Michael Wood via OSList:
> I posted a few weeks ago about the use of Open Space at an Anglican 
> Church gathering (Synod) in Brisbane, Australia, involving 400 people. 
> The following links provide some positive public feedback from those who 
> attended.
> *News article from Brisbane 
> Synod:https://anglicanfocus.org.au/2019/09/12/open-space-revitalises-synod/*
> *Video clips from Brisbane Synod:* 
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pt_tKjTrjf0
> If the OSLIST mucks up the youtube link, go to youtube and do a search 
> on Synod 2019 Open Space insights
> Michael Wood
> Perth, Western Australia
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