During my foundation course of Theory U, in Boston in 2010, Otto Scharmer spoke a few words in a parenthetic comment that have been with me since then because they express his entire theory in two short sentences. But the words are equally an expression of the phenomenological perspective of Hellinger and Nelles and it has been a guiding principle for me since.
I never take a decision. I just enter into a dialogue with what is emerging, and then pick the most obvious.
What speaks to me in these words is the call to endure, to postpone judgment, the radicality of patience, the (Böhmian) dialogue in rational, emotional and spiritual terms, with what emerges, instead of that what results from the past, and the trust, but also the humility to make the right choice. Thank you, Mr. Scharmer!