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Holistic Group Dialogue

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A deeper alternative to coaching, therapy & counseling - a serious space for collective exploration & inquiry into culture & the individual.

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Dialogue is a type of conversation that goes beyond the everyday particular mind to discover and uncover whatever needs to be addressed at this point and time, which could range from the dynamic of interpersonal relationship, the communication of real world problems and the exploration of areas beyond human conflict, such as creativity and the evolution of man. This is not a discussion or a debate, but it is an ever-changing form of communication that is new to most of us - and it is factually new every time in its undertaking, which gives it the potential for transforming our consciousness and pattern-making habits.

At some points the potential harmony reached could be recognized as therapeutic by the participants, yet the dialogue is not limited to psychotherapy/ coaching or counseling and nor does it aim for it. It is an ever-evolving process that goes beyond any expectation and assumed need of the individual and the group. Dialogue is a way of approaching learning anew every time.


1- To introduce a new way of communicating that is not fragmented or separating.

2- To discover the common ground between the group members.

3- To understand the process of thinking and thought and how limiting it can be to relationship and creative work.

4- To go into what it means to be listening in the here-and-now rather than reflecting on theories or deriving meaning from a reflection on previous experience.

5- To take dialogue home and to explore it in everyday life on an individual basis and in relationship.


Nurturing a culture of true psychological independency, rather than an idea of what that means, is seen as what is needed in order for us as individuals and a collective civilisation to evolve harmoniously and creatively.

(Roles involved)

Facilitator: One of things that make dialogue different is the deep understanding of thought and thinking. The lack of this foundational understanding hinders and breaks down the dialogue and denies holistic living. Here is where the facilitator role comes in: to clarify what is going on and what needs to be paid attention to. Non-dialoguers should expect numerous educational moments/ phases with regard to this, but only temporarily, and the facilitator role should be quickly dropped in order for the dialogue to run itself instead of assumed roles running it.


For individuals to participate it is highly recommended to go through some of the following examples of reading and listening material:

David Bohm - The Dialogue Process (4 min video)

Tripute's Holistic Dialogue Overview (Web page)

Dialogue - A Proposal (PDF)

What is the right way to earn a living? | J. Krishnamurti (44 min video)

(Audio Introduction)

Below Paul Dimmock, a Holistic Dialoguer & Facilitator, describes what dialogue is to him

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