Updated: Oct 5
Context refers to the space, environment, or container where content can either exist or not. For instance, a fern (content) cannot exist in the desert (context). The desert is simply not an environment, or space, for a fern to exist.
Hence, context defines the limitations, rules, and possibilities of potentiality in any given situation. A human being is like walking context because our thoughts, beingness, beliefs, and actions attract that which can and cannot exist in our environment.
In transformational trainings like [re] WIRED for Peace, we inspire individuals to take responsibility for creating and transforming their context, rather than being passive victims or beneficiaries of it. When we become masters at context creation, we can deliberately create the results we want.
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