Moral Imaginations
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Moral Imaginations

Five things I am learning from my work in collective imagination

Some of the key things I am learning from my work in collective imagination: Imagination uses feeling and thinking, portals help people access imagination, imagination is a force that can change the world, the key is imagining together (‘collective’ imagination), and imagination leads to action. Enjoy!

1 — Imagination Uses Feeling and Thinking

Image by Reilly Dow — Watchet Imagines Lab hosted by Moral Imaginations and Onion Collective 2021
Image by Reilly Dow — Watchet Imagines Lab hosted by Moral Imaginations and Onion Collective 2021

2 — Portals Help People Access Imagination

Image by Reilly Dow — Watchet Imagines Lab hosted by Moral Imaginations and Onion Collective 2021
Artwork by Sara Summers

3 — Imagination is a Force that can Change the World

Image by Reilly Dow — Watchet Imagines Lab hosted by Moral Imaginations and Onion Collective 2021

4 —The Key is Imagining Together — Collective Imagination

Image by Reilly Dow — Watchet Imagines Lab hosted by Moral Imaginations and Onion Collective 2021

5 — Imagination Leads to Action

Image by Reilly Dow — Watchet Imagines Lab hosted by Moral Imaginations and Onion Collective 2021

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Phoebe Tickell

Cares about the common good. Building capacity for deep systems change. Complexity & ecosystems obsessive. Experiments for everything. 10 yrs #systemsthinking.