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    method original to myself

    Hello everyone,

    From the book by the American-British author Danah Zohar:

    "In addition, they are taught to use meditation, reflective thinking (a method original to myself), and Bohmian dialogue techniques5 (already used by some companies) to surface the assumptions, values, motivations, etc. at work within their present business model."

    Does "method original to myself" mean that she is the author of this method?

    Thank you.

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    Re: method original to myself

    That seems to be what she's suggesting but I find it very unlikely that she was the first person to use "reflective thinking".
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    Re: method original to myself

    Yes, she is the creator of the method.

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