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Pattern of the Whole

Pattern of the Whole is an "integral tag cloud" and catalog/taxonomy that begins to show how integral wholeness contains and organizes infinite specific detail. Open the mandala by clicking a sector.

Through Pattern of the Whole "everything is connected to everything else" .

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Seven levels of classification within the common framework of the whole.
Click on a sector to open specific categories within that sector.
Click on a sub-sector to open the next level.
Non-hierarchical: categories can be cross-correlated between sectors using tags.

1. Root
Arts
Business & Economics
Education
Environment & Energy
Governance
Health
Infrastructure
Justice
Media & Communications
Pattern of the Whole
Relationships
Science
Spirituality & Religion
2. Pattern of the Whole
A golden thread connects us all
All are responsible for the whole
Buckminster Fuller
Collective action problem
Collective intelligence
Community
Connect the dots
Differentiated union
E Pluribus Unum - Out of Many, One
Ethics of the whole
Fundamental principles
Geographic Information System
Heartbeat of the world
Holistic vision
Indra's Net
Integral thinking
Integrity
Logos
Loom of light
Metaphysics
One circle integrating everything
One global heart
Oneness
Reality is a fractal with infinite levels
Reality is composed of holons
Resonant semantics
Ripple Effect
Symbols of the whole
Synergetic Convergence (SynCon)
The Shift
Thousand points of light
Transcend and include
Universal Golden Rule
Ways to organize ideas
We are made in the likeness and image of God
Wholeness
Barbara Marx Hubbard
Connect the Good
Great Transition
The Pattern that Connects
Vision of the Network
3. Geographic Information System
GIS
4. GIS