Inspiration and connections. Add action to that and we are well on our way to making our new world possible.
The GlobalGEA (Global Guild of Evolutionary Architects) is an emerging global web of evolutionary architects committed to reinventing of our social systems in a way that best serves all of life — for all time. More specifically, GlobalGEA aims to achieve three mutually reinforcing breakthroughs in the design of social systems:
1. From today’s narrow/myopic definitions of success to defining success in terms of net contribution to the well-being of all life.
2. From today’s control-over-people designs to designing to unleash the full potential of people.
3. From social systems that resist learning and change to social systems designed to consciously self-evolve.
At GlobalGEA, we see these breakthroughs as absolutely essential in solving and healing today’s spreading and deepening global crises, and building a prosperous, fulfilling and nourishing society that works for all life.
After meeting with Jason White from Netfoundry I found myself sponging concepts relating to Reinventing Social Architecture. It has always been a dream of mine to evolve social systems (governance, education, health care, business, agriculture, “defense,” media, etc.) and the information from GlobalGEA will definitely provide me with directing Cocreatrix in a positive direction.
Ever since the conception of Whootalk and the accompanying Interaction Design Documents the WHOOT (Worldwide Human Operation for Organization and Transformation) System provided a foundation for organizing collectives and resources in neighborhoods to create actionable plans that could transform local and national governance. Accountability is key for this all to work though now with Jason White’s self-organizing collaborative object networks it is even closer to becoming a reality.
Netfoundry uses objects to link to each other, share state and notify each other of state changes. This is incredibly important with the way Cocreatrix will function and have it’s users communicate amongst each other. I am very excited to see this evolution in development and look forward to the future of the internet!