Since 2000, he has been pioneering awareness of ‘natural inclusion’, the co-creative evolutionary flow of all forms of life in receptive-responsive spatial and energetic relationship. This awareness enables us to understand ourselves and other life forms as
The receptive simplicity in the heart of complexity and a compassionate, regenerative and creative community life.
On November 19th, Daniel C. Wahl reconnected with Alan Rayner who he met 19 years ago while he was a student on the MSc in Holistic Science and Alan was the external examiner of the programme.
What is missing in life? Fascinating talk by Dr Alan Rayner at The Royal Society of Arts – his story and his thinking.
This talk was given at the Advaya event Secrets of the Forests: Lives Within & Beyond the Trees, with Alan Rayner, Kay Haw & Martin Bidartondo on 5th November.
Talk Description: Understanding Trees, Fungi, and the
Dr Alan Rayner’s talk on Understanding Trees and Fungi as Flow-forms. Alan opened the live-stream viewing with the exploration into what he has learnt about reality from observing fungi in their relationship with trees.
“All we have to do is ask ‘what, most fundamentally, needs to be present for natural form to be and become distinguishable from its surroundings?’ Or, more concretely, ‘why is our direct experience of walking into a
Alan Rayner presenting his ideas on The Art and Science of Understanding Plant Life at the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution in Bath on the 13th February 2013.
Mariangela reflecting on the 2010-11 Life, Environment and People course tutored by Alan Rayner at the University of Bath. Alan retires in August 2011 and this is the last exhibition of students who have completed the course.
Alan Rayner on the social implications of inclusionality at the University of Bath on the 10th June 2011.
Alan Rayner speaking to powerpoint slides on Inclusionality prepared for a presentation in Vienna – 40 minutes, at the University of Bath on the 10th February 2011.
Alan Rayner questioning Darwin’s Theory of evolution and providing an alternative in inclusionality.
Each year Alan Rayner exhibits student’s work from his Life Environment and People Course at the University of Bath. Here is his introduction to the 2008-9 exhibition.
A 7:53 minute clip from the end of the educational conversation in the senior common room of the University of Bath on the 2nd March 2009.
Alan Rayner reciting his poem ‘Tired of Waiting’ on 26 June 2008.
Alan Rayner talking with Je Kan Adler-Collins on Lere Shakunle’s ideas on transfigural mathematicsShow less.
Alan Rayner with Ray Sheath at the Unhooked Thinking Conference on Addiction at the Guildhall Bath on 10 May 2006. Alan is responding to Ray’s question about the nature of inclusionality.
Alan Rayner with Ray Sheath responding at the Unhooked Thinking Conference in Bath on the 10 May 2007 to the proposition: To try to fulfill incompatible desires for absolute freedom and absolute security we can become deeply
Alan Rayner has develop a theory of evolution based on natural inclusion. This questions the assumptions of the theory of evolution of natural selection.
Alan Rayner’s expression of inclusionality as a relationally dynamic awareness of space and boundaries that is connective, reflexive and co-creative offers a possibility for developing a new living logic and living standards of judgment for educational and
Eden and Alan are talking about Alan communicating his ideas on Inclusionality in a radio interview planned for December. Eden is just finishing his doctorate that draws on African Cosmology with Ubuntu. Jack is seeking to use