The powers of six

The information needed to effect self-organized change is literally ‘in-formation’ – that which is found or formed from within. It is our inner intelligence at work. How do we tap this inner intelligence?

The Powers of Six is a methodology for eliciting and utilizing a person’s inner intelligence, which is driven by six conditions:

  • Clean Input: minimally-assumptive, non-suggestive and influence-free questions.
  • Present Tense: information and experience are all in the here and now.
  • Adjacent Spaces: new information emerges from adjacent body~mind spaces.
  • Iteration: each response informs the next response until new knowledge emerges.
  • Formula: a simple procedure allows exclusive self-concentration.
  • Six-ness: all conditions interact and and operate as a whole.

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Published by Jan Höglund

Jan Höglund has over 35 years of experience in different roles as engineer, manager, consultant, and researcher. This is his personal blog where he shares his reading and learning.

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