Integral Facilitation as a Tool of Intercultural Dialogue

IEC Conference: cancelled

(Based on experience with communities in Bolivia, Peru, Colombia and Ecuador)


We live in new times, full of questions, doubts and confirmations. Times full of unprecedented possibilities and challenges. In some strange way, the advances made by humanity in recent years mean that our traditional forms of cooperation and construction of knowledge are unable to match the unprecedented complexities.

This context of transformation can mean a great opportunity to build new and better forms of collaboration, but this means assimilating new skills, and new thinking frameworks, aimed at enriching our ability to speak and think together and thereby access the intelligence and collective wisdom we need to create common and innovative paths to the future.

It is this new time that has brought us to the “facilitation of processes” and “intercultural dialogue” as new professional fields that are highly demanded by countries, organizations and institutions that want to improve their performance with the benefits of human connectivity and peaceful coexistence. This will serve as a catalyst space for human potential.


In the current context, the concern for the effective management of public bodies forces us to face the challenges inherent to governability and “good government”.

This relationship requires new forms of interaction between government and society, between public and private, and the affirmation of a different relationship between interventions decided and managed at the political and administrative level; and how civil society is organized.

And because Latin America is fundamentally multicultural, intercultural dialogue shows up as a fundamental tool; the comprehensive integral approach is equipped to face the operational challenges of landing sustainable solutions.


The lessons learned from the experience of implementating the model in 4 countries and the facilitation MODEL itself that was used.


  • How to apply the comprehensive AQAL approach developed by Ken Wilber in the construction and facilitation in processes of intercultural dialogue?
  • What are the factors that can ensure the sustainability of the processes?
  • What are the most effective practices for these processes?

Diana speaks Spanish and will be translated into English by Andres Malavé.


Bolivia / Colombia

Raul Aramayo Salinas. Economist, Master in Business Planning and Neurolinguistic Programming, Hypnotherapist, Integral Process Coach, Interior Positioning Therapist, Professional Facilitator and Creator of the Integral Facilitation of Collective Processes model, Integral Mapping for project management in contexts complex, the 6 Disciplines of Mediating Leadership and Transcendent Communication

He has worked as a Consultant for Governments of the Region and International Cooperation on issues related to dialogue, agreement and peace building in Latin America. He is currently CEO of LA VIDA INTEGRAL, Founder of PRAGMAGIA and co-founder of CENTRO INTEGRAL COLOMBIA. All these companies are dedicated to the creation and sharing of tools that allow the AQAL comprehensive approach to drive group and personal growth.

Most of his time is dedicated to the experience of well-being, the poetry of life and internal practices. He offers an alternative proposal to the current models of personal and collective development to accompany individuals, organizations and communities to achieve fundamental Well-being.