In order to understand what Organic Thinking is its helpful to first understand the nature of its counterpart Binary thinking.
a kind of thinking which is characterised
Organic Thinking is I-now-centric (or /self-&-moment-centric/). This is only possible in a triadic structure. Organic Thinking is a “first person” perspective whereas Binary thinking is a “third person” perspective
Variation-version of this as encapsulating the essence of holonic thinking
The third force is the whole that brings the dyad into implicit relationship. Hence my what-was-previously-hidden-to-me sense that the"triadic" and the "holonic" were competing names for "Holonic Thinking".
The (triadic) alternative
Organic Thinking sees both the parts as well as the whole. It is not “captured” by habitual patterns of polar cognition where things are only seen in terms of their opposite, but not the larger wholeness of which they are both a part. It stands in the self-situation-moment and recognises this as the fundamentally reconciling point that brings the whole and the parts into harmony. I think this moment needs a name; “Meaningful realisation”?
The beginning of Self Authorship starts with becoming conscious of how we are not that. This what I call the state of Rusty autopilot. In Rusty autopilot one is a kind of automation living out yesterdays habits, and others expectations.