Simply –

Imagining  –

we are three
and only three
soberly peacefully-democratising and co-sustainworthying
neighbours, or ‘same-language’people,

at a three-sided table,having “margins” centripetally on it
into the table centre,
where each component of the new co-sustainworthying civilisation’s constitution

will have been unanimoujsly [or great-majority] ‘voted’ in.
There are already on our table’s outermost margin, three copies of Awakening Somatic Intelligence
[left by the previous three participants at that parfticular table –
which we now arrive at and have as our first task
the evaluation of any part of this Guidance volume
to be further progressed in towards the New-Constitutional-Centre, of this table –
thereafter to be further progressed through the successively-upwards-flowing Plenums,
and into the New-National-Constitution.Entrenchment

Participant ‘A’ speaks – first from a facilitation-position,  :
“Whilst we each come with survival habits, they are probably not all “the same” –

and so we are seeking common-guidances from these leader-emulable documentations, mappings and sequences.

then from the book page 83

I think we could try one or two guidances from chapter 5. “TGhe Invitation:  ‘birth’ Yourself Slowly”
(I quote) “Lt’s begin by by exploring
how we relate to the idea of “practice”
to offer the possibility of entering into this practice unlike anything you have done before.

page 84
“The virtue of a daily practice is that we can give everything the care it deserves,
and the time it needs to grow into fruition ….
we find ourselves trying to jump space
or we use force to thrust ourselves across the threshold to the other side.
However, this force merely perpetuates the tension and violence inherent in the way we are living now…
that keeps us locked into the prison of our experience …
as a separate “self” and as an “object-body”.

[There will follow

(1)  The Practice as Chrysalis.
(2)  Effort
(3)  Discipline as a Way of Loving

(5) Finding and Losing Yourself.
(6)  Developing and Ecology-of-Effort [ page 90  There are seven primary “affects” ]
(7)  List of Affects

(8)  Differentiation

(9)  How to Assess Your Practice.