A Call to Conscious Evolution: Our Moment of Choice

Climate change, economic disparity, educational inequities, geopolitical tensions - 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

8:31 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Betsy Maxwell, Livonia, MI, US
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8:31 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Ann Hibbard, Macon, GA, US
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Ban genetically engineered food. Allow failing banks to fail. Spend money on simulating the health care systems of countries where the population is more healthy than in the US. Protect the environment. Outlaw health insuranace companies. Spend military money on education in the enemy countries.

8:31 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Betsy Fowler, Chapel Hill, NC, US
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Honor our founding fathers by reflecting on their lessons of inclusion, compassion and respect for the whole. Their combined efforts created a new design of democracy drawing on the indigenous widsom of the Iroquois Confederacy - why can't we come together as a nation again and recognize, again, the wisdom of indigenous society in their mind-body-spirit wholeness to save our planet, and our souls.

8:31 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Betsy Jardine, Whyococomagh, NS, CA
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I think that we can wokr towards a BioCentric future by changing the Pancandian Curriculum Outcomes to include a less antropcentric and more life-centred approach to the planet. Our current model of stewardship is outdated. We need to recognize the intrinsic value of all life and not just its value to humans. Once the curriculum outrcomes are changed to reflect this we will begin to experince a deeper change. Betsy Jardine

8:31 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Betsy Ott, Marquette, MI, US
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8:31 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Betsy Maness, Orinda, CA, US
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Set our intention.

8:31 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Betsy Walker, Evergreen, CO, US
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