Our comprehensive "Cell to System" development pathway—brain-based, heart-led, and trauma-informed—that builds the capability of change agents to lead and land systemic transformation
“Uniquely combine deep systemic thinking, expert knowledge of human behavior, and a strong creative flair. And lots of fun to work with!”
Director of Change, WWF
Overview Of Our “Cell To System” Approach:
Transforming The World From the Inside Out
We have spent a combined 45+ years of study, service, and practice on the frontlines of individual transformation and social change. The fruits of our rigorous research and relentless practice are contained within this curriculum. Inspired by conscious changemakers like Gandhi and Martin Luther King, the developmental capability-building curriculum seeks to put purpose, science, compassion, truth, wisdom, and creativity to work regenerating our crisis-hit world.
Our comprehensive and coherent curriculum integrates insights from: medical science, psychology, behavioral economics, social entrepreneurship, systemic change, social innovation, leadership, brand strategy, and coaching—as well as deep dives across most of the world’s great wisdom traditions.
This is a curriculum that has evolved over 15+ years to explicitly combine advanced spiritual development with committed social action—to harness personal experiences of liberation to continue into the world as systemic, structural & social liberation.
Within each module there is cutting-edge, brain-based content; inspiring thought leadership; deep contemplative insights; teachable takeaway Transformation Tools, change hacks & embodied wisdom practices.
The curriculum can be engaged with by selecting stand-alone modules or parts of modules, or you can harness its full power and integrity by leveraging the whole experience to develop conscious changemakers that can transform themselves and our world.
Wake Up: Explore & Integrate Your Intellect & Wisdom As An Individual Changemaker
Self-Knowledge: Integrating The Neuroscience & Wisdom Of Mind & Body from Interoception to Enlightenment