The Gernia Variation
Updated: 28 April 2016
For her MeshWORK projects in rural South Africa, Gernia Van Niekerk has developed a more action-oriented version of 4Q/8L It is conceived as a follow-on to mapping via the original Don Beck (2000b, 2002b) adapted from Ken Wilber’s All Quadrants/All Levels concept original (1996) . It is sometimes known as The Gernia Variation.
This works by:-
- Structuring needs according to the 6 of the Gravesian 1st Tier (Q-
- Auditing the resources available and surveying the organisations and institutions that must be aligned to cooperate and participate (Q-
- Identifying ways and means –
ie: projects – to drive the development programme (Q- 4)
- Auditing the skills required to run and sustain the projects and the utlisation of existing technology at each level (Q-
By bringing in Skills & Knowledge, Gernia links 4Q/8L to all of the neurological levels.
Click here to view a report on Gernia’s ‘Rosedale MeshWORK’ –