A Call to Conscious Evolution: Our Moment of Choice

Economic disparity, geopolitical tensions, climate change, educational inequities -- these mounting concerns are symptoms of a world that is out of balance. Together we can shift consciousness by co-creating a new way of being together.

The Call to Conscious Evolution was born following a gathering of global visionaries. It's a movement that fully supports that the future is not what happens to us, but rather what WE create.

Together, we can co-create a new narrative of conscious evolution by:

  • Building a global community and creating a culture of peace.
  • Restoring ecological balance to nourish all life, and mitigate the effects of climate change.
  • Engaging in social and political transformation by calling for a more conscious democracy.
  • Promoting health and healing by acknowledging the profound mind-body-spirit connection.
  • Supporting research and education that optimize human capacities.
  • Encouraging integrity in business and conscious media.

In this great time of uncertainty, join us in elevating consciousness to create a better world. One governed by meaning and purpose. Accept nothing less.

Every voice counts -- YOUR voice counts.

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We answered the Call to Conscious Evolution

12:08 am, Nov 18, 2009 – kalpana chana, Auckland, NZ kalpana.chana's picture

Consciously reduce using packaging.

12:08 am, Nov 18, 2009 – catrin fink, M¸nchen, DE Kallisto's picture
12:08 am, Nov 18, 2009 – Kalli Holmes Sorensen, Encinitas, CA, US kalli's picture
12:08 am, Nov 18, 2009 – Kalla Susort, LaConner, WA, US kalla's picture
12:08 am, Nov 18, 2009 – Kathleen Ross, Bordentown, NJ, US kalkat7's picture

To "be"come more aware, to listen, to get out of my own way and allow my heart to explain everything to me and follow its wisdom. To be in peace and to LOVE.

12:08 am, Nov 18, 2009 – Kalinka poullain, london, GB kalinka.poullain's picture

exchange information at an international level learn from the other countries why reinvent the wheel if one country has cracked a problem? (ie switzerland for waste management) radically change education and schools

12:08 am, Nov 18, 2009 – Karen Langford, Cookeville, TN, US kalina's picture

It really is all about unconditional love toward all living beings. That includes humans, animals, and Mother Earth. We need to focus on finding what we all have in common rather than focusing on our differences. It also comes to to being of Universal service.