Spiral Dynamics

  • Spiral Dynamics

    Posted by Oscar Regen Tribe 🔺 on June 1, 2023 at 3:52 am

    The article “Spiral Dynamics – The Evolution of Human Cultures” by Maciamo Hay discusses the concept of Spiral Dynamics, which is a psychological model that proposes that human nature is not fixed and that humans can adapt to their environment by constructing new conceptual models of the world. The model consists of eight levels of human value systems or vMemes, each representing a new evolution in the way people interact within a society.

    The article describes each level of consciousness or vMeme and its corresponding mindset and values. The levels range from the basic survival needs of the beige level to the global thinking culture of the turquoise level. The article also explores the historical progression of these levels throughout human civilization, from the archaic level shared with animals to the emergence of magic and animism in human tribes, the development of domination and egocentricity in ancient civilizations, the rise of moralistic religions and order, the emergence of individual achievement and materialism, the focus on egalitarianism and environmentalism, and the pursuit of self-development and collective consciousness.

    The article emphasizes that individuals evolve at their own pace, and different societies and countries may have varying proportions of people at different levels of development. It also highlights the importance of recognizing and accepting the existence of all levels of development in human nature and society, as well as the need for integration and resolving conflicts between different levels. The article concludes by discussing the holistic nature of Spiral Dynamics and the impossibility of eliminating or skipping a level of development.

    Overall, the article provides an overview of the Spiral Dynamics model and its implications for understanding the evolution of human cultures and societies.

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