Process Work Contributions to Men and Power



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Chapter 1: Men and Power: The Contribution of Process Work 1




  1. Introduction 1

    1. My Personal Journey in Exploring the Issues of Men and Power 5

    2. Overview 11

Chapter 2: Process Work 14




    1. Introduction to Process Work 14

    2. Process Work in the Context of Psychology 14

    3. Development of Process Work 20

    4. Taoism and Process Work 23

    5. Process Theory 25

    6. Process Work and Metaskills 28

    7. Process Work and Teleology 29

    8. Applications of Process Work 30

    9. Process Work with Groups 31

    1. 1 Fields 31

      1. Roles and Timespirits 33

      2. Process Work and Deep Democracy 35

      3. Creating a Map 39

2.10 Process Work and Research on Men and Power 45
Chapter 3: Power 47


    1. Defining Power 47

    2. Theories of Power 48

    3. Brief Summary of the Historical Exploration of Western

Thought on Power 48

    1. Current Streams of Thought on Power 52

3.4.1 Foucault on Power 52

      1. Individualism and the Group in Western Psychology 55

      2. Phenomenology and Meaning in the Expression of Power 58

      3. Multidirectional View of Power 59

      4. Feminist Contributions to the Theories of Power 61

3.5 Summary of the Theories of Power 63

      1. Who Has and Who Ought to Have Power 64

      2. The Nature of Human Motivation and Value 64

      3. The Range of Power 65

3.6 Process Work Contributions to the Theory of Power 66

      1. Privilege and Rank 67

      2. Categories of Rank 69

      3. Recognizing and Using Rank and Power 74

      4. Effects of the Misuse of Rank, Privilege and Power 78

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      1. The Contribution of Process Work to Theories of Power 82

Chapter 4: Men’s Issues and the Men’s Movements 87




    1. Introduction 87

    2. Men and Women 89

4.2.1 Men’s Identity, Women’s Identity 89

      1. Sexism 90

      2. Sexism and Internalized Oppression 93

      3. Women’s Liberation: A Response to Sexism 94

      4. Women’s Liberation: Race and Diversity 96

      5. Race and Gender 97

4.3 History of the Men’s Movement 99

4.4 Branches of the Men’s Movement 101



      1. The Mythopoetic Group 102

      2. Fundamental Christianity and the Promise Keepers 107

      3. Men’s Liberation Movement 109

      4. Men’s Rights Movement 112

      5. Pro-feminist Movements 116

      6. Racialized Masculine Groups 122

      7. Gay Groups 128

      8. Summary of the Men’s Movements 133

4.5 Process Work with Men and Power 134
Chapter 5: Methodology 137


    1. Methodology 137

    2. Methods 140

Chapter 6: Worldwork, Men and Power: An Experiential Journey 145




    1. The Preparation 145

6.1.1 Burning Our Wood 147

      1. Working on the Marginalized Parts of Ourselves 149

6.2 The Group 151

      1. Transcribing the Session 151

      2. The Nature of the Group 153

      3. Weaving the Comments into the Transcription 154

6.3 The Journey 156

      1. Opening of the Group 156

      2. Deeper into the Work 186

6.4 Overview 275
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Chapter 7: Interview with Dr. Arnold Mindell 277

7.1 Interview 277

7.2 Brief Summary of the Interview 317
Chapter 8: Discussion and Analysis of Men and Power 319

8.1 Do Men have Power? 319



      1. Rank and Power 321

      2. Ranking Men 324

      3. Do All White Men Have Power? 326

      4. Identifying our Rank 327

8.2 The Call to Men to Use Rank Well 330

      1. Rage and Fury: The Call to White Men 330

      2. Listening to the Call 332

      3. Recognizing Rank Problems 333

8.3 The Cost of Being a Man 343

      1. Process Work and the Costs of Being a Man 347

      2. Marginalizing Other, Marginalizing Self 350

8.4 Beyond the White Man 355

      1. White Men as a Symbol of Power 355

      2. Rising to Meet the Road: Marginalized Groups

Reclaiming their Own Power 359

8.5 Transformation through Awareness 363

8.6 Growing Together 366


    1. Beyond Power 368

    2. The Growth of Worldwork 374

Chapter 9: Conclusions 377




    1. Process Work Contributions to the Men’s Movements 379

    2. Process Work Contributions to Theories of Power 385

    3. Process Work, Power and the Call to Awaken 388

    4. Future Research 391

Bibliography 395


Appendices:
Appendix A: Cultural Marginalization of Feelings and the

Experience of Being Out of Control 403


Appendix B: Homophobia, Projection and the Repression of the Other 412
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Appendix C: Things You Can Do Everyday to Work on Systemic Racism 416


Appendix D: Developing Awareness and Effective Use of Rank 420
Appendix E: My Learning as Facilitator 423



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