Energetics ↷

Creative Freedom

535745_3982814414080_341215581_nIf we had to choose something we care most about in our work it is people and their creative freedom.  Based on our experience and training, it is our view that people excel in their gifts and are able to self organise their activities when they are encouraged to act on their natural impulses and follow their passions.  There is a phenomenal level of research to indicate that people are so diverse in their creative temperament, any organisation or project could organise around this premise.  Indeed the Noomap project (co-created by Wildwire) is founded on this principle.

Natural Systems

Our modern workplace and environment often place conditions on creativity based on the personal expectations of dominant interests and the daily competition for resources.  Many organisations operate in a command and control structure where there is an assumption it is the duty of managers to control and manipulate teams into appropriate action in response to erratic financial agendas. This externally driven model of co-creation does not empower a creator to act naturally, which places stress on the nervous system.  The result is often suppressed creativity, artificial and tense relationships, unkindness, insecurity, inauthentic behaviour and stressed-out, disconnected human beings.

977846_10152914551450651_332053275_oWe see creative freedom and liberation from these tensions as a ‘win-win’ for organisations and human beings.  As we empower the creator to do what is natural, inspiration flows and the creator simultaneously experiences well-being and fulfillment from this self-rewarding action.  This empowered creativity births teams that love what they do and love each other; there is no project management tool in the world that can imitate this kind of ‘success’.


mbti3Integral psychology, healing and self-awareness are essential to creating empowered organisations, teams and pods.  We use the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a psychometric instrument inspired by the work of the psychologist Carl Jung, ‘co-creation’ practices, nurturing environments and holocratic governance models to help our clients move to a more empowered style of creative interaction.


  • Co-creation
  • MBTI
  • Empowered governance models
  • Conscious/integral psychology
  • Personal transformation
  • Mental health


  • Happiness
  • Creativity
  • High energy
  • Agility
  • Efficiency
  • Flexibility
  • Effective relationships
  • Synergy


  • Personal development
  • Team dynamics
  • Awareness raising
  • Energetic structures
  • Coaching
  • Relationship building
  • Co-creator engagement
  • Organisational dynamics