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Unicist reflection changed the approach to complex problems

Before the Unicist Approach complex problems were approached dividing them into parts to transform them into systemic problems that could be managed through direct actions.

The Unicist Approached introduced the management of complex problems as unified fields based the knowledge of their ontogenetic maps and the technical analytical aspects that need to be considered after the fundamental solution has been found. This required developing a unicist reflection process to apprehend the nature of a problem and define the concept of its solution.

“Unicist reflection is an approach to complex human adaptive systems to understand their nature, define the possibilities to influence them, apprehend the algorithms that allow exerting influence and generate added value.

Unicist reflection has no relationship with other introspective approaches like religious introspection, transcendent meditation, yoga or other technologies that have been developed for different purposes.

Unicist Reflection has been developed to deal with complex human adaptive systems, such as businesses, to develop scenarios, diagnoses and strategies to achieve possible results.

The reflection process can be synthesized in the following steps:

0 – Focus on the solution1 – Dealing with projections
– Destructive pilot tests
2 – Dealing with Introjections
– Non-destructive – Destructive pilot tests
3 – Dealing with integration
– Non-destructive pilot tests
4 – Dealing with communion
– Results validation
5 – Dealing with the unified field”

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NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. https://www.unicist.org/talents/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/turi.pdf