Creating a Thrivable World
If we want a new world we must create a new world, and the only one that will really be new will be one that is aligned with love.
What We Stand For
We envision a world where heart-centered and consciousness-based leadership is at the centre of creating collective change to live in a caring, unified and fulfilled society that is in harmony with nature, shares true prosperity and builds value for all.
To help progressive organisations, leaders and women in sustainability to evolve from the inside out, see with new eyes and shape unitive pathways that cretae impact-focused action.
Our values reflect those of a value-led enterprise, and they reflect both the inner and outer dimensions of what is true to us. They guide our thoughts, actions, collaborative partnerships, and work.
We care sincerely for all Life: humanity, nature, Mother Earth, the cosmos. We believe in deep connection, genuine caring and mutual understanding as a foundation for peace, collaboration, creativity and innovation. We cultivate a culture of compassion, inclusivity, joy and appreciation, and we are committed to our own personal growth and development.
Humankind is an integral part of all Life. We acknowledge the interdependence with one another, all beings, nature, the cosmos and that we are part of a relational whole living system. We realize the intertwined connection between individual and planetary health.
As we navigate our way to answering deep questions and finding new ways, seeking to become that which is required, serving our own, the individual’s and the world’s highest good, we are open, curious and growth oriented, approaching all with a beginner’s mind.
We take this posture of viewing reality with optimism and an evolutionary mindset realising that another story is possible. We know we are co-creators of a future we want and we are passionate for the possible.
If your definition of success doesn’t include love, get another definition.
Earth Charter’s document describes an integrated view on the world. It aligns with our ethics. We incorporate Earth Charter values and holistic principles as a guiding framework for our work towards a more just, fulfilled, regenerative and peaceful world.
Crafted by visionaries over twenty years ago, the Earth Charter is a document with sixteen principles, organized under four pillars, that seek to turn conscience into action. It seeks to inspire in all people a new sense of global interdependence and shared responsibility for the well-being of the whole human family, the greater community of life, and future generations. It is a vision of hope and a call to action. Source Earth Charter
For more information on the Earth Charter please click here.
Dear Mother Earth, I bow my head before you as I look deeply and recognize that you are present in me and that I’m a part of you.
First sentence in the ‘Ten Love Letters to the Earth’ by Thich Nhat Hanh
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The achievement of the SDGs, a blueprint for prosperity and peace in the world and an action plan for a sustainable world by 2030, crucially depends on bold and transformative steps which are urgently needed.
The problems the SDGs address are highly interrelated and interdependent.
Helping shift the world onto a regenerative and resilient path not only requires everyone’s action but in particular holistic approaches, change in perception of how we see the world and development of inner and outer capacities.
Where we feel we can in particular contribute is:
Inner Development Goals (IDGs)
We acknowledge and support the new blueprint of the capabilities, qualities and skills that are required to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Read more on the Transformational Skills for Sustainable Development here.
Let’s hold a new vision and co-create a future that we aspire for.
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