In 1987 we began talking about Common Neutral Ground, emphasizing the ‘neutral’part. This means we describe Common Neutral Ground as a place where our personal opinions do not preempt our energetic connection. We also started using the word ‘transpersonal’ to describe this experience of going beyond one’s personal considerations in order to interact with others.
Transpersonal indicates that we acknowledge a connection no matter the differences. This way of interconnecting without judgment promotes wholeness and Communion, which allows us to shift our perspective from safety and securitypersonality programming to an open, authentic Co-Creative framework. From this new ‘Self’conscious perspective, we notice and honor our boundaries and the boundaries of others.
The more we manifest this experience the more it becomes our daily reality. CNG is a way to honor our creative decision making so we naturally minimize compromise and reactions.