Scharmer (2007) described the need to move first into intimate connection with the world and to a place of inner knowing that emerges from within ourselves. It is followed by bringing forth the new, which entails discovering the future by doing. How do we tap into the collective potential through the power of language?


The first movement in the process is co-initiating. This is where you build common intent in the group. As the leader, you stop and listen to others and what life calls you to do (Scharmer, 2007). God says, “For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them” (Matthew 18:20). The Bible is showing an account of co-initiation. At the beginning of whatever endeavor, key individuals gather together with the intention of transforming the current situation. As they gather into a group, they hold on to a common intention around their purpose. The second step is co-sensing. This is the part wherein you observe, observe, and observe. Go to the places of most potential. Listen to your mind and heart. Scharmer (2007) tells us that the limiting factor of transformational change is not the lack of vision, rather an inability to sense or to see deeply, collectively.



We must show how to “see” as a group. This practice requires you to play by the rules of the “you and me” world.  Scharmer (2007) pointed out, “When the members of a group see together with depth and clarity, they become aware of their own collective potential —almost as if a new, collective organ of sight was opening up” (p. 6). This is critical in receiving the Group Word.


Presencing is the third movement. This is about connecting to the source of inspiration and common will. In order to do this, one should have experienced the renewing of the True Mind and the shedding of the Conditioned Mind. One must be able to go to the place of silence and allow the inner knowing to emerge (Scharmer, 2007).


In this stage of the process, individuals commit to the vision and direction that the group is going into by letting go of everything that is not essential. Scharmer (2007) related this to going into the Narrow Gate. The Bible says, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of the needle than for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of God. We are talking about dropping the non-essential aspects of the self.


Emptying yourself out allows you to create new possibilities. As you let go, you “let come” new aspects of your highest possible future self (Scharmer, 2007). Once the group crosses this threshold, nothing will remain the same. It is like the Israelites passing through the Red Sea. Once they have let go of the doubts and the fear of the Egyptians that were pursuing them as they crossed the Red Sea, they are free to trust God for bigger breakthroughs.


The fourth stage is the movement of co-creation. As you let go of the non-essential, you become an empty space. You become ready to receive new possibilities. You can now create out of this void. Create in your mind the new to explore the future by doing.

Prototyping demands that first you empty out all the stuff (“let go”). Then you determine what you really need (“let come”) and provide prototype solutions for those real needs in real time. You observe and adapt based on what happens next. (Scharmer 2007, p. 8)


Co-creation results in a set of small living examples that explore the future by doing. It does not necessarily mean to co-create one big thing that can change the world. It can happen little by little. This progress results in a vibrant and widening network of change-makers. These change-makers base their learning on analyzing different prototypes and help each other deal with whatever innovation hurdles they will come to face together, as a group.


The final movement is about co-evolution. This is where you learn to embody the new ecosystems that facilitate seeing and acting from the perspective and standpoint of the group. The next step is to review what has been learned from the prototypes. What worked? What didn’t? Failures are teachers to the group too; as long as it is communicated openly and honestly.



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