FLUXONOMY is a method for analysing reality and for projecting possible realities created by Lala Deheinzelin.
It establishes four fundamental realms of reality: the Cultural, the Environmental, the Social and the Transactional.
These four dimensions are intertwined and interdependent in such a way that any change in one of them, affects and has consequences in the other three.
Each sphere of reality repeats the structure of four spheres within itself, with its cultural, environmental, social and financial aspects within each one, it is fractal.
This exponential growth in the number of aspects that we are able to observe in reality gives rise to an increasingly complex and complete image... which may also be more difficult to ve understood.
The closer we get, the more complex and richer reality becomes, but also more extensive.
This is why Fluxonomy can sometimes make us feel a little dizzy in the face of the exponential growth of concepts and words.
But there is no need to panic: you can always take a step back and return to the essential structure of the four domains.
Finally, no matter how much we distinguish aspects of reality, we can always go back and return to the unity, that is, to the simplest figure of all which contains all the others.
Fluxonomy proposes a continuous back-and-forth movement from the simplest to the most complex and from the most complex to the simplest.
THE FOUR DIMENSIONS
CULTURAL is the raison d'être.
It is the realm of knowledge, creation, research and desire.
It is all that we are and put into play for the common good.
ENVIRONMENTAL is what structures.
It is what surrounds us, the environment, the place we live in, the contexts we create and the structures and infrastructures we build.
It is what we rely on to realise ideas.
SOCIAL is the capacity to do things together.
It is the realm of relationships, of what we mediate, of behaviours, of connections between ideas, people and places.
TRANSACTIONAL is what generates reproducibility.
It is the realm of resources, of material management, of economy, investment, spending, saving and earning.