What is the SHIRO?

The Shiro is the general assemblage of the hyphae- or the self empowered individuals who come together en masse to work together to collectively come to a collective realisation or dynamic consensus. The beauty of this model is that shiro can appear at anytime anywhere and are NOT centralised.

This means to address NEW challenges the HYPHAE in each Shiro /assemblage work together through a communication, impartation, integration and interaction process . It is a constant process.

The hype then respond to new environmental circumstances as and when it is required.

The information collected at ANY and ALL times is fed back into the SHIRO in the dynamic life cycles of the hyphae wherever they are in the mycelium. The gathering of hyphae happens when it is required.

The “blooming” stage of the this eco system is the so called “mushroom”… thus the blooming stage of the cycle is the “collective realisation”-or consensus of the community at large within that micro or macro eco system.

It is this innovation that sets the whole system or model apart from other obvious models. The mycelium of glocal governance is both a local solution and an international solution that can work in tandem or in symbiosis with existing systems until the old is no longer required or needed anymore.

It is a painless transition of power back to the people. it is both a metamorphosis and a quiet transformation… It is democracy as it should be… for ALL , by ALL and WITH ALL stakeholders.

In the past it has usually been individuals or small groups of individuals that made ALL the decisions regarding the entirety. The 21st century requires something bigger and better.

Democracy up until now had relied on this small group of individuals to come up with the best answers… but in this model the system is decentralised and the best decisions are made collectively with more information, experience and more knowledge and GREATER communication and overall transparency. It makes the abuses of power less likely because trust and responsibility is shared.

In the past, the problem has always been over centralisation of power. ( Communism-Nationalism-Capitalism-Socialism etc) . This has led to wars, conflicts, famine and economic disparity. The solution is to change how we think about governance and to apply it in our daily lives on a local level and then on a global level- or simultaneously. With the “Shiro”- anyone who is affected or involved with the local implications can participate in the discussions that reach the consensus ..or collective realisations of the whole.

From this stage of “ clicking” /realisation- the spores SHOOT out from the blossoming of the realisation/consensus . Projects- the actions.. the decisions..the visions- ideas etc… are all the result of that chemistry of coming together and deciding together.

Thus the NEW life cycle then begins and the hyphae/self empowered individuals / citizens shoot out from the spoors and attack/consume the biomass of the old with the equipping of the NEW- the enzymes of new consciousness or awareness … and so the life cycle continues…

NEW compost is created in this metamorphosis -which is the wherewithal or resources or tools to cope and deal with the new paradigm of challenges ;and then when needed again the hyphae again meet en masse and form a new shiro – and produce the new wisdom and new ideas through the same process of dialogue and communication and interaction -until the collective realisation is reached again and so on and so on …

– new spores…new life cycle …new dynamic solutions for dynamic challenges…thus the model remains dynamic- not static – ever changing and ever adapting to new circumstances as and WHEN they come…the organism of the living mycelium – NOT THE ORGANISATION continues to function dynamically and effectively; and becomes future proof. Its not dry…not dead…not elastic…Able to address or handle any new challenge it faces quickly and effectively.

The Shiro is part of the innovation of this model and the dynamic consensus which is ready to respond at an

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