What are learning frequencies?

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“Everything is energy and that’s all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.”

-        Albert Einstein

From doing their accounts to being in charge of Brexit, leaders of change need to respond to different levels of complexity in dynamically moving circumstances. To create new realities, for self, others or organisations, leaders need to hold multiple realities at once, and move with high levels of choice and agility. It’s this that calls them to bring their whole self to the work.

Learning frequencies literally are the multiple bandwidths and capacities human beings have for change. Each bandwidth is defined by the prevailing mindsets, beliefs and motivations by which people organise their worlds. Einstein said “we can’t solve problems from the same level of thinking that created them”. To experience growth, we must let go of old beliefs and expectations, so that we emerge from the messiness of learning in a fundamentally different form.

As a practice, Learning Frequencies engages the learner in the context of wholeness; mind, body, emotion, intuition and voice, as well as the self-organising centre that joins them up. This provides an expansive ‘holding space’ for tensions to play out at the edges of the individual’s current capacity - a fertile ground for transformative breakthroughs to occur. By meeting those edges with awareness, acceptance and curiosity, the learner includes the vital qualities from the bandwidth they lived in before, and steps into a wider field of possibility. Out of that arises increased resourcefulness, energy and access to capabilities they never thought they had. As both a practice and an inquiry, Learning Frequencies provides a foundation of lenses for learning how to learn, and for generating an ever expanding capacity for self-directed growth.



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