April 28, 2022
This document is part of the Life Discovery Project. On April 25, 2022, I published an article on Medium and shared 12 significant insights I captured in the past four months.
I used the notion of “Significant Insights” for the Life Discovery Activity and consider it an important outcome of the activity.
From the perspective of the Anticipatory Activity System (AAS) framework, a Second-order Activity leads to the Objective and the Object of a First-order Activity. If we consider Life as an Anticipatory Activity System, then the Life Discovery Activity is a Second-order Activity.
Thus, a Significant Insight could directly or indirectly lead to a new activity. We don’t have to claim an insight as a significant insight when we are capturing an insight. We can reflect on our past experiences and identify significant insights if they lead to activities that change our life.
In the past four months, I captured many Significant Insights. In order to conduct a mini-research for the Slow Cognition project, I selected the following 12 significant insights as samples.
#1 —The notion of “Thematic Space” (Jan 5, 2022) #2— The “Mandala“ thematic space and “Pair of Themes” (Jan 25, 2022) #3— The notion of “Life Strategy” (Jan 29, 2022) #4— The notion of “Service Thinking” (Feb 10, 2022) #5— The Project-centered Approach (Feb 13, 2022) #6— The notion of “Being by Doing” (Feb 27, 2022) #7— The Curated Mind Framework (March 15, 2022) #8 —The “Thematic Spirit” activity (March 19, 2022) #9— The AAS4LT Framework (March 27, 2022) #10— The Landscape of Project Network (April 14, 2022) #11 — The “Domains — Works” Mapping and “Domains(Works)” (April 20, 2022) #12 — The notion of “Activity as Project Engagement” (April 22, 2022)
The article also suggests a method to analyze these significant insights.
Now we have a sub-project for the Life Discovery Project: Significant Insights Analysis.
This document will be the place for the sub-project. You can find more details for each insight in sub-pages.