THEORY

Basic Starting Points

Basic Starting Points

Basic Starting Points

The development of the Organic ScoreCard© (OSC) is based on universal principles and classifications of awareness.

Brain Systems

Brain Systems

Brain Systems

Three basic brain systems: The brain stem, limbic brain and neocortex. In the application of the Organic ScoreCard© (OCS), we talk about three types of awareness – which is also reflected in these three colours.

Volatility, Organisation and Communication

Volatility, Organisation and Communication

Volatility, Organisation and Communication

We use a two-fold classification of consciousness: Based on 12 different aspects of awareness and on the three basic systems in our brains, namely the brain stem, limbic brain and neocortex.

12 Domains of awareness

Organic ScoreCard Domains

Organic ScoreCard Domains

The Organic ScoreCard© accurately pinpoints conflicting patterns between the status quo and the desired outcome. The interpretation of the scores depends on context.

Metaphores

Organic ScoreCard Metaphores

Organic ScoreCard Metaphores

The development of the Organic ScoreCard© (OSC) is based on universal principles and classifications of awareness.

Computer Generated Chart

Organic ScoreCard Computer Generated Chart

Organic ScoreCard Computer Generated Chart

This model provided an innovative, fresh and current approach to identify people’s levels and domains of awareness and to highlight areas where blockages in their inner and outer relationships seem to occur. The computer generated colourful chart that is produced after the online completion of a questionnaire, provides a concrete starting point to therapeutically engage or interventions

Perspectives

Organic ScoreCard Perspectives

Organic ScoreCard Perspectives

The scores are represented by a computer generated radar diagram and is made visible either as three aspects ( Identity, Time and Environment) or three perspectives (I, We and It).

Axes

Organic ScoreCard Axes

Organic ScoreCard Axes

The methodology of the axes is based on the trichotomy of roots, trunk and crown: roots to keep you anchored (or not), the trunk to sustain and support you, and the crown to develop and grow.