Bonnitta Roy is an award-winning author, philosopher and insight guide. She is a life coach for individuals entering post-formal levels of consciousness. She founder of Alderlore Insight Center whose mission is to catalyze insight in individuals and groups in order to accelerate transformation in education, business, and governance
In 2014 Bonnitta launched a summer SOLE program for young adults based on principles of clarity, complexity thinking, emotional awareness, and generative life practice. She is an associate editor of Integral Review Journal, and a guest faculty for the Masters course in Consciousness Studies at The Graduate Institute. Since 2012 she has been curator of The Magellan Courses – a free online learning community focusing on post-synthetic-dialectic reasoning. In her forthcoming book, Open to Participate, Bonnitta describes the emergence of the “Open Participatory Organization,” and shows how groups can achieve collective insight and cognitive flow.
In 2012, after retiring from my professional career, I was eager to participate in some of the practices I had read about that facilitated group practices aimed at realizing emergent capacities. My working hypothesis was that it could be possible for people to participate in ways that would catalyze new cognitive and conative capacities such […]
There are times when we feel most fully alive, and we yearn to live like that all the time. There is a way to live a more authentic, awakened life by learning how to shift the modes of experience— feeling, perception, and knowing—from their passive to active expressions, and enter into full, joyous participation with […]