I enthusiastically said yes! I consider Bonnie a leader in what I call Evolutionary-Being-as-the-World-Together in my thesis, and she was definitely among the invisible arena of an audience that I felt I was writing to in my paper. I was excited to talk shop with her– the result is a great conversation about We Space that shoots off like fireworks in quite a few places.
Here’s the second part:
I have three (critical) thoughts after watching these again, along with a great amount of joy:
1) I wish that we had talked a little more about what motivation arises when personality based motivations are seen through– more about what I call Awakened We Spaces in my paper. We talk mostly about Causal We Space–which is awesome, and relevant, since that is where the largest edge of the work is. But in terms of motivation, it would have been pretty amazing to speak about what how and why a group awakening arises, and what that has to do with the developmental trajectory and differences between a dualistic and generative/creative mindset, which we do talk about.
2) The bit about judgment / discrimination isn’t as fleshed out as I’d like it to be– though it’s a very tough and nuanced point. Perhaps some more elucidation could have been helpful.
3) We didn’t really get to talking about our 2nd person space, except briefly– my question then is would it be worth it? What would happen if two (or more) practitioners got together and video taped it? Would it be worth watching other people We Space practice?