Posts From inclaritas


Thank you again for organizing the beautiful gathering we had over the past days in Bari area. I had a very pleasant day wandering about near the sea and then

Things Change All the Time, but Sometimes It’s Never the Same: Creating Awareness of Transformation for Leading Organizations

Our world is transforming at an incredible pace
– and it always has been. What’s new this time
is that our categories of mind are changing.
Leadership, growth, power; well-known concepts,
start to mean something very different for
modern organizations.

The Net and the Butterfly: The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking

In The Charisma Myth, Olivia Fox Cabane offered a groundbreaking approach to becoming more charismatic. Now she teams up with Judah Pollack to reveal how anyone can train their brain

Men-Women: an update. Drs. Dieuwke Begemann

To understand why an update in our thinking about the relationship between women and men is as important as it is, we first need to see how deeply this relationship

Q + A with Karin Jironet

Why the combination of Love + Power is the next big thing in leadership. This article was published on October 24, 2016 in issue 71 of 360 Magazine. To read

Women’s Leadership Retreat in Partnership With UNITAR

13-15 October 2016, Stockholm, Sweden - InClaritas Foundation in partnership with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), held a Women’s Leadership retreat for senior female leaders on


Since Maui, I notice that listening within is a key to governance. And that mostly I am a novice at listening. I received a number of quantum flirts about listening


Dance is now my relationship with every thing: peoples, places, systems. The interplay is a come and go, a turn and twist, a slip, a lunge, a pause and a


Leadership is the disciplined practice of JOY. To speak with adequate reverence of deep currents of molten rock and volcanic spirit, of power and love, and of an absolute and

The Road Not Taken: Reclaiming the Unlived Life

Here you can download and read an article by Lynnaea Lumbard, The Road Not Taken: Reclaiming the Unlived Life


With a new Secretary General to be appointed at the United Nations this year, now is the ideal time to address the critical questions – and the clearest answers –

Reflections on Seattle Fall Retreat 2015 by Lynnaea Lumbard

I can feel my whole system light up with more energy, lightness, and trust in myself. How cool is that? Actually it’s very cool to be able to bear witness to the alchemical changes in the archetypal architecture of my life as I am living in it.

Reflections on Amsterdam Winter Retreat 2015 by Anne Stadler

Is citizenship "place based"? Or conferred by membership in nation, tribe, or community?  I feel it is internalized: a place of dynamic peace within each person. In Amsterdam InClaritas 2014,

BBC News: Are cities the new countries?

Do big cities have more in common with each other than with the rest of their own countries?  

Group Gnosis and Governance, Jeff Vander Clute

A beautiful thing about people is that we have the freedom to encounter one another in so many ways. We can literally bump into one another physically; and we are constantly interacting mentally, energetically, and (subtler still) vibrationally. While a little friction amongst individuals can be generative, difficulty can also arise when group members are unaware of the inner workings of their own being and of the collective being.

Reflections on Seattle Fall Retreat 2015 by Anne Stadler

My reflection about how InClaritas expands our freedom and our collective capacity for conscious, aware governance. Our Fall retreat took place in Seattle, where the governing powers committed to being

Seattle retreat pictures by artist photographer Laurie Lambrecht

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Reflections on Assisi Spring Retreat 2015 by Pam Fuhrmann

The experiences of our latest gathering – the visual art of the Virgin Mary, multiple interpretations of language and storytelling, embodied experience of creating and walking the labyrinth, and encountering

Reflection on Assisi Speing Retreat 2015 by Anne Stadler

For me, Assisi was a conjunction of being “other”; being immersed in an inspiring landscape of light; and experiencing, daily, St Francis’ focus on compassion. My question: How does being

Spring Retreat 2015 Assisi, Italy

We are working on the theme for the Spring Retreat – Renaissance Man – Embracing The Other. The renaissance flourished because of an unprecedented influx of outsiders and foreign “thought”.

Reflections on Assisi Spring Retreat 2015 by Selma Sevenhuijsen

It’s nearly half a year already, our meeting in Assisi. I greatly enjoyed being there with the InClaritas group and getting acquainted with its way of working. It inspired me

To live an imaginative life

by Cam Danielson. To live an imaginative life doesn’t mean a life of fantasy, in ignorance of the suffering of human existence.  Rather it takes that very suffering as a

Reflections from In Claritas

by Anne Stadler. What is sacred?  Harry prompted us to ask that question daily with different partners.  Now I ask that of my Self daily and live an answer moment

A Fundamental Shift

By Herman Wijffels. Humanity today experiences a fundamental evolutionary shift. The current crisis results from the success and growth acquired through the industrial period. Introspection will help us resolve this crisis

Salisbury Retreat Learnings

We spent our time exploring the inner and outer dimensions of the sacred in relation to our perceptions of reality, both individually and collectively. These orientations are deeply rooted in

Inner Transformation for Good Governance

Here you can download and read an article by Arun Wakhlu, Inner transformation for good governance.

The White Priviledge

InClaritas friend Gretchen Krampf recommends Peggy McIntosh’s article The White Priviledge for reading.

In defence of the liberal arts: Judah Pollack at TEDxWhitehorse

Judah Pollack: “I owe a thank you to Karin Jironet and Harry Starren for giving me the space to embrace the power of some things that had been inside me