Author: haseemajaz


Spiral Dynamism -Green

This stage comes after the orange stage. Most of the people of this stage probably stuck between orange and green. It is the behavior of most the people of first world countries. Such people maybe between 50% of both the stages and especially those people who went to colleges and had some degrees, also the…
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Spiral Dynamism -Orange

This stage comes after the blue stage. This is perhaps the most important stage to talk about about because this is probably the stage at which most people come into. This is because in the western democracies, first world countries and even the third world countries, this stage is cultured after being inspired by the…
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Spiral Dynamism -Blue

The most suitable title that you can give to this stage is “conformist or absolutist”. This is also reffered to be as the rise of civilization. Blue is the alsolute belief in one right way and obedience to authority which was the driving force behind rise of civilization. A long before when men were living…
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Spiral Dynamism -Yellow

This stage comes after the green stage. This stage is the most passionate stage; there is something so special about this stage. It’s rare to find people in society or media with yellow stage thinking. We can refer this stage to be systemic, integrative and multi-perspectival. It takes many perspectives upon reality and that is…
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Spiral Dynamism -Turquoise

This stage comes after green stage. Turquoise is tier 2 just like the yellow stage but the yellow is the beginning of tier 2 and turquoise is where tier 2 is going to its limitations. This is where the magnificence of “Being and Existence” really tries to flourish because tier 2 and turquoise are going…
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This is a very deep philosophical question that western philosophers and scientists have been pondering literally for thousands of years and still struggle with it today. The perception is something which does really not exist by itself rather it’s an illusion. We will also be discussing that why many a times we get perceptions so…
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