Resonating~Business in a Resonating~World
Resonating~Business in a Resonating~World connects two end-points — Resonating~Business as a practical, common day-to-day activity and the Resonating~World as a universal, systemic definition of how the world works — using Nikola Tesla’s observation: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.”
OBJECTIVE AND EXPECTED RESULT
Resonating~Business in a Resonating~World will provide a framework for understanding Nikola Tesla’s “secrets of the universe” quote and a roadmap for the application of that framework to business. The framework is necessarily based on energy, frequency, and vibration, and both the framework and its application to business will expand to include other disciplines as well.
David Talmor has decades of experience working in large and mid-size companies in the US, Europe, and the Middle East, both as a member of the management teams of industrial and high-tech companies and as a management consultant to such companies.
His focus has been on business flows and he is the author of many articles as well as the industry-standard book “Supply Chain for Liquids”. David utilized extensive investigation of nature and natural processes to gain new Resonating-based understandings of human interaction in general and energy flows and Resonating in businesses in particular, resulting in the It’s~A~Resonating~World initiative.
Spiritual Knowledge From Food Production As Principal Aspect To “Buen Vivir”
From the Andean and Amazonian regions of South America a new knowledge is emerging related to other values from nature and human beings. This is an intercultural vision, as it expresses a confluence of knowledges, rationalities and sensibilities from critiques within or at the margin of modernity. This new knowledge is related to the plural concept of “Buen Vivir”.
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Carla’s academic formation began as an Engineer with integral preparation as a manager and researcher of natural resources and the environment, followed by postgraduate study in Geography. This added a territory-based perspective of the interconnection between natural environments and human environments, with strong emphasis on spacio-temporal land system dynamics. The research interest always guiding her investigations is how to improve our understanding of land use from a scholarly and academic perspective, and how to further conservation and sustainable development at the same time as we search for new ways of living in community with our nature.
She has worked for more than five years as University Lecturer as part of an interdisciplinary team. That kind of work increased her capability to hear other points of view and to manage dialogue that spreads new co-creative knowledge in the classroom, thereby generating and guiding richer discussions. In particular, through a focus on cultural, social, and environmental issues with students, without losing sight of their integration or excluding specialized knowledge bases. In the same way, she has taken part in several other interdisciplinary research teams.
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Moreover, she has worked extensively to construct a bridge between science, policy, civil society, and the private sector as a Project Manager of native forests in the Tierra del Fuego region of Argentina. This work has strengthened her knowledge about nature conservation, human well-being, and natural resource management through the implementation of an “integral manager plan” for land use in the private sector. This plan takes into account all types of landscapes, as well as including a branch of productive activities, such as agriculture, livestock, silviculture, and tourism. Cultural and social issues formed the background which guided the entire process in contemplation of pre-, existing, and post-intervention activities.
During the past five years, Carla has been working on an alternative project called Spiritual Knowledge based on food production as the main aspect of “Buen Vivir” (in English: right livelihood). This has been a big challenge for her because she has been working almost entirely on her own as an independent researcher during these years. She would like to share and exchange different experiences with a wide trans-disciplinary work-teams, such as in the research domain of NEW PARADIGM SPIRITUALITY, and especially in the sub-domain of EMERGING COSMOVISIONS, WELTANSCHAUUNGEN, and ORIGEN MYTHS of the Laszlo Institute.