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We are looking at a world where people use cosmopolitan communication to integrate their similarities and differences into beautiful, practical, and natural experiences of wholeness. We believe that integral communication theories and practices can help people to move towards this stage. We develop global integral competence in health, wealth and peace by offering workshops and forums at Flying University of Institute of Global Integral Competence, and by doing ongoing research. We work together with a global community of partners and sponsors in order to achieve our mission.
Integral theories challenge us to integrate diverse worldviews and perspectives in our everyday life. Integral practices help us to develop body, mind and spirit in ourselves, in our relationships with others, and in the wider ecology of which we are part. Integral practice aims for global integral competence: a challenge to all of us for progressing in an increasingly complex and cosmopolitan world.
Cosmopolitan communication is a form of communication that helps people to build on their similarities to explore and enjoy their differences. As Prof. Dr. Kazuma Matoba, one of our founders, states: cosmopolitan communication is a form of persons-in-conversation and energy-in-conversation which can create a social reality with unified diversity and relational responsibility by resonating and synchronizing with information energy between communicators through all communication channels.
2017-05-25 We are used to thinking of dialogue as something that occurs between individuals. Yet most of us have at least touched the awareness of a Whole that is greater than the sum of its parts, of a Mystery or Totality which we try to put in words but is larger more »
2017-02-13 Today the first webinar from our monthly series is launching. more »
2017-01-25 IfGIC partners in a EU-project for Adult Students more »