Every summer since 1999, a group of quantum physicists, linguists, and Native American scholars convene at the Language of Spirituality Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to discuss the underlying principles of the universe. Sponsored by the Source for Educational Empowerment and Community Development (SEED), the sessions are conducted in the tradition of the late physicist David Bohm, a colleague of Albert Einstein, who authored several books on quantum physics and philosophy and was known for the penetrating approach to communication that he comprehensively documented in his book On Dialogue. As part of the SEED inner circle, I was introduced to the useful notion of suspending our “tacit infrastructure”—the implicit worldview or paradigms that operate within each of us-in order to allow ideas to flow freely during communication, in accordance with the dialogic process used by Bohm.