Level 1 Facilitators Training Program Course 1: Systems Thinking Module 1.

1: The 4 Quadrant Model Teacher: Elijah Ignatie
(Source: Ken Wilber)
INDIVIDUAL
er Group Out

I N N E R

Individual Consciousness

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Individual Behaviour

U T E R

r Group Inne
r Individu a ute O er Individua nn l I

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Organizational Function

Community Perspective

GROUP

Comm unity Perspective
Outer Group Outer Individual Inner Group

Orga nizational Function

I n di vidual Behaviour

I n d iv idual Consciousness

The 4 quadrant model can be represented in at least 3 ways. Each way has a different way of representing information. Each has a limitation and advantage that the others may not. But remember, each is a 2D representation of a Multidimensional Universe.

Key Questions
1. If all knowledge can be organized by these 4 levels, then where does the information and knowledge you have in your life fit in this model? 2. Is this model a Universal model and if it is, why is that important?
3. If you were to stand in the center of the model, what spectrum of thinking would take you up and down?

Inner Individual

Individual Consciousness

Individual Behaviour

4. How can this model be useful in your life and how would use it?

Organizational Function

Community Perspective

5. What would the process be to connect other models into this model or the how would this model fit into other models?

The School of Conscious Communication

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The INflow Matrix Originator: Elijah Ignatie

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