Author Archives: Peter Merry

10/9 – Leading from the Field: Twelve Principles for Energetic Stewardship

Feature Articles / August-November 2015

Peter Merry






As we stand on the edge of a new era, with old beliefs, institutions and values crumbling around us, a new realisation is dawning in the minds of many. This is not just an upgrade of our current civilisation. This is a new starting point. From this point on, the foundational assumptions of our civilisation change.

The world we see around us has emerged from assumptions rooted in a …

Notes From the Field: The Hague Center for Global Governance, Innovation and Emergence Getting our Act Together

Notes from the Field / October 2008


Peter MerryFor a number of years, Dr Don Beck has been coming to the Netherlands, and every time he has said that the Hague will host the next generation of the United Nations. I guess I had heard him say it so many times, that when the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs put out a call for funding proposals in May this year, I just assumed that is what it was for.

So we crystallised a …

Notes from the Field: Organising for Integral Impact Dispatches from the Frothy Frontier

Notes from the Field / January 2008

Peter MerryThis piece draws on blog entries from the last couple of years, describing the journey I have been making with the Center for Human Emergence as we look to trigger the transformation into integral evolutionary consciousness, in the Netherlands, for the world.

March 31st, 2006 – Klaar om te Wenden

900 people show up for an experience in a converted factory with Dr. Don Beck, Professor Ervin Laszlo, Herman Wijffels and Peter Merry as contributors. We …