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My personal growth to a Co-Creative Process Practitioner Harriet Fagerholm CoCreate Life Everything is co-creation – the question is whether you are conscious or not! © CoCreate Life,
Prologue My story towards co-creation started in my previous job as a senior lecturer. I got frustrated in being the teacher who should have all the answers. I felt insufficient. Already in my thesis writing about cultural differences in business relations back in the 80´s I saw the whole picture of how beliefs form the cultural system and what we keep as the truth. One core belief in the teacher´s work is that you have to have the answers. It took me quite a while to learn away from that belief. I started with my colleagues to develop the teaching methods. We found collaborative learning methods like problem-based-learning. I led the work of engaged teachers who wanted to find a new way of learning together. We learnt so much, we had so much fun and people came to learn from us. Our students still thank us for the tools they received. Tools for life. Trust in your own ability to learn and solve problems together. A will to take responsibility. A skill to communicate and give and receive feedback. Those were my most valuable tools when I met a big life crisis. I managed because of these skills. I had the trust in the capacity of the human being. I asked for help and I used existing knowledge. I questioned knowledge and I started to trust my inner knowledge and wisdom. Before the crisis I went out to organisations with the collaborative learning methods. In my synthesis of the action research process I found the concept of co-creation. I felt the power of the word. I got inspired by the word. I knew I would explore it further. Finding Co-Creative Process was one step on the journey. Starting to co-create with the InTune-group was another. Now my learning journey continues in communities and networks aiming at creating a new sustainable, conscious and prosperous lifestyle. Here I share my insights about co-creation and what it asks from us – now. Welcome to join! The pictures are taken in a Co-Creative Process with my co-creator colleague Katja Vilponiemi, who has an amazing skill to capture Co-Creative Process purely in pictures. © CoCreate Life,
Know who you are Your roots and value base are the foundation for your work – what are the strengths and weaknesses? What do you need to heal and re-create in your life in order to be able to work as a free individual? What keeps you stuck? Co-Creation asks for individuals who reclaim their inner freedom and wholeness. © CoCreate Life,
Use your free will You need a strong will and force to break free from your past and to find your inner vision and your own path. You need other people´s help to see. Are you willing to do the work? Are you willing to become humble and learn from the past? Co-Creation asks for awareness and honesty. © CoCreate Life,
Becoming aware Stop and listen. What does the big picture look like? What story are you re-creating again and again? What kind of play are you creating? What is the root of the story? Co-Creation asks for presence and acceptance. © CoCreate Life,
Joy is in the truth Do you see and hear the message from others as the mirrors reflecting your reality? Are you willing to learn about your thought models and beliefs? Are you willing to feel all the feelings there is and become the master of your emotions? Co-Creation asks for joy and real feelings. © CoCreate Life,
Walking your own path Are you walking your path with trust and a clear direction or is the hidden story walking you? Do you know where to go and what to follow? Do you know your true needs? Co-Creation asks for taking responsibility for your own path. © CoCreate Life,
Letting go By letting go of the old story you can start creating consciously. Your body contains the wisdom you need to understand your story. Co-Creation asks for body consciousness. © CoCreate Life,
Attuning Your heart contains the wisdom and quality from the Higher Self. Attuning to the stillness and listening to your heart will open the door to your true self. Co-Creation asks for becoming still. © CoCreate Life,
Finding the inner vision The quality of your being is determining the quality of your doing. Your inner vision can be recognised through the feeling of the quality. How does your vision feel like? Co-Creation asks for feeling the quality. © CoCreate Life,
Practising When you have the feeling of your quality – then start practising the vision through conscious actions. Walk the talk –be authentic and genuine and share your gifts with the world. Co-Creation asks for sharing and growing together. © CoCreate Life,
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