The Millenennium Community Study & Activity
Continued from Invitation
The Natural Systems Thinking Process
An Ecology of the Psyche: Thinking Like Nature Works
By Michael J. Cohen, Ed.D.
Suggestion: Read entirely through this no-holds-barred essay first, then explore the links that seem helpful. If you are like the average citizen, with only .000022% of your life spent in conscious sensory contact with nature, parts of this 10 page study/activity will seem as foreign and questionable as would New York City to an aboriginal person who was suddenly placed there.
NOTE: An Overview of the study and its purpose is available.
IMPORTANT: to actively participate in this study and determine your GBT Score (Globally Balanced Thinking Score) separately record on a piece of paper the SUMMARY LETTER and the 1-10 selections that are offered in the boxes that follow the section Summaries. The GBT is a diagnostic score. It will help you identify your strengths and use them to help areas that you would like to improve.
NOTE: Examples of the benefits from a person increasing their GBT Score are found in our survey .
Links that support this study are found on its final page.
The best way to learn and teach the Natural Systems Thinking Process is by doing it. Take our short online Orientation Course