Trivium

the-unity-process-and-the-triviumWe feel that it is far more empowering to focus on our method of processing life experiences, rather on the insights that we have received from working our process together. Teaching others how to work the Unity Process, allows for them to receive insights and results from the inside-out, rather than trying to share our results, and placing our insights upon them from the outside-in; this is akin to teaching people how to fish rather than giving them a fish.

As a part of our process, we recently discovered “The Trivium” method of critical thinking, which comprises three of the seven liberal arts. It aligns perfectly with the Unity Process, which we have been working and refining for several years now, and we realized that we had been using it without knowing we were using it for many years. In fact, we have used this system of critical thinking in our sessions with our clients since we began doing sessions.

The Classical Trivium has been the system which employs the Trivium out of order, to enslave and control the minds of the people, conversely, we feel that utilizing the actual Trivium provides people with a way out of the slavery control system. The Trivium Method of critical thinking employs three steps that must be worked in a specific order, they are:

  1. Grammar (knowledge, input): asks/answers what (who, where, & when) questions
  2. Logic (understanding, processor):  asks/answers why questions
  3. Rhetoric (wisdom, output):  asks/answers how questions

We feel that the Trivium is an empowering tool that has the potential to free not just a few individuals, but masses of people… this method can potentially open the floodgates to worldwide transformation. Our Unity Process is just a practical way to work the Trivium method within the framework of a relationship, to gain self-awareness and intimacy.

We’ve taken the Trivium into the realm of emotional intelligence, where we feel into each emotional trigger as the “what“, process it with “why“, and then synthesize it into a new thought pattern so that we do not have such triggers in the future — our “how“.  So rather than using the Trivium to win arguments, we use it to do Jungian shadow work, where we integrate our susceptibility and attachments to the logical fallacies, thus allowing us to better embody wisdom in our every day lives.

We have attached some links to some listening, viewing, and reading materials below, that you may find useful; some are to other people’s work, and some is to our own.


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