4D SYSTEM MAPPING
is a structured embodiment method from Social Presencing Theater* where group members embody roles within a system and, through the relational positioning, movement and spoken expression within these roles, gain new insights about the system by making more visible its current reality and emergent potential.
(*Social Presencing Theater - SPT - is a methodology, developed under the leadership of Arawana Hayashi, for understanding current reality and exploring emerging future possibilities through embodied practice).
This episode contains
Introduction audio file (70 minutes)
Sensing Journey audio file (45 minutes) with Arawana Hayashi and Julie Arts
PDF with step by step instructions for download
More about the Tools Series
Would you like to sharpen your Theory U skills and dive deeper into some of the core methods in the U Toolbox? Do you want to better understand:
• their origin and purpose?
• how they work?
• how to use them yourself, with greater efficacy?
Tools in the U Practice are all deliberately designed as vehicles for transformative change in whichever context of life and work they are applied. This program gives insight into the overall role and function of the whole collection of methods, and then invites you to dive deeper into selected specific ones.
This is a unique new collection of audio recordings that is meant for our advanced learners, who have already acquired familiarity with Theory U and/or Social Presencing Theater – such as the Foundation Programs, u.lab 1x or 2x, or Social Presencing Theater training.
The series provides an opportunity to bring new depth to your learning, using a light, self-paced, audio-only format.
With this Tools series, you will:
• “Get under the hood” with PI Senior Faculty;
• Discover what it takes to become successful using these practices.
The first three audio tools being released in this series are:
3D System Sculpting
4D System Mapping
Additional tools will be released as the series continues to be built out.
NOTE: This series is for those who have already had some exposure to or experience of Theory U programs - such as Presencing Foundation Programs, u.lab 1x or 2x, or an SPT Basic course, etc.
IF YOU ARE BRAND NEW TO THIS WORK, we encourage you to begin with our Presencing Foundation Program.
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