Warning: This page has become a historical record. The approach used here provided initial help and orientation, but its value turned out to be limited. The names are now updated irregularly as these are finalized through investigating specific emergent Tree frameworks.
As indicated earlier, it was assumed that all the emergent hierarchies will have similar Channel names (i.e. forms of bi-directional influence), and this has proved correct. However, attempting to develop names from non-specific references to 'PH-elements' proved extremely difficult. Each Channel only comes alive by considering actual elements in a specific emergent Tree framework with actual situations in mind. It is also too clumsy to discuss properly without reference to the KL- influence.
The architectural pattern for Channels in Trees has been demonstrated on many occasions by analysis from first principles. It is therefore assumed that this pattern will apply here.
In a conventional Tree, like theshown at right, the core Centre is which interacts with all other Centres except
In the reordered Tree (lower diagrams),, which is in the Root Hierarchy moves to the central KL4B position. , which is , then moves down to the KL2B position.
Note: See a full comparison of these two Root-Level Trees in the next Topic.
The channels are considered in the following order:
These channels are about ensuring an effective connection between person and situation for elements where a mis-fit will be damaging, perhaps disastrous.
In ordinary endeavour,is much lower (at ) and refers to an identifiable target state to be realized by suitable action i.e. it is part of content in endeavour. However, in these emergent frameworks, the is contextual and provides guidance. The necessary change in yourself and the desirable change in the environment/situation cannot be wholly disentangled because you are part of the situation. Some mutuality or give-and-take to ensure tolerance and consistency seems essential.
Suggested Channel Name: Reciprocity
Understanding that focuses oncriteria and concerns, regardless of what others might think, should respond to and shape —and vice versa. It is contextual because the Centres are about developing understanding in the situation, rather than getting information to shape an action. For guidance to be effective, understandings emerging from each Centre should complement and generate a fit with the other.
Suggested Channel Name: Complementarity
It is never possible to make progress if socially significantor situation-based are ignored. However, the special effort must spring from you and you cannot succeed if you neglect your own . In identifying what will be given importance in each Centre, some consideration for the other perspective is essential.
Suggested Channel Name: Consideration
Under normal circumstances, being willing can be taken for granted because of the goal. Here your degree of willingness is the main concern, and the basis for feeling good about the effort. In its L4B location, theis directly modulated by all other Centres, except for the in the L1B position.
Provisional Channel Names
Note: For readability, the reference to specific elements is omitted; and the bi-directional nature of the influence is assumed.
In endeavour,is in the central KL4B position (see top diagram). In this position, it serves as a way to evaluate what is going on, both in regard to the endeavour's creation (in the upper transcendental levels) and in regard to its practical aspects (in the lower actualization levels).
In the present situation where a transcendent effort is shaping a problematic endeavour,is found in the KL2B position. From here, it interacts more closely with (now at KL4), and it is also closer to relevant (now at KL3). Most significantly, the is now directly linked to the (at KL1B). The function is therefore about directly providing inspiration or instigation or emphasis on a particular form of action.
Provisional Channel Names:
From KL4: energizecan
From KL3: align with , and both require attunement. They also reaffirm your .must
From L1: Your confirmcan
The upper channels——do not bypass a level in the context part of the framework, but they twice bypass a level in the lower content part i.e. .
Provisional Channel Names
Last draft: 1-Mar-2014.