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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Our Moment of Choice


Our moment of choice is at hand. There has never been a more urgent moment for humankind to come together in synergy and collectively choose to hold the greatest vision of what we can be and do together, to lead with our hearts and co-create new possibilities that will offer us hope for our future.

This uplifting and timely book, with chapters by 43 Evolutionary Leaders, is a call to action, offering evolutionary visions, resources and practical steps to help us navigate this moment of choice and amplify the movement for global transformation, upon which our future depends.


We answered the Call to Conscious Evolution

11:12 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Jill Benninghoff, Fort Wayne, IN, US absidia's picture
11:12 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Arlene Thurston, Rockport, ME, US abthurston's picture
11:12 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Frankie Merrill, San Diego, CA, US aboutfrankie's picture
11:12 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Alice Simkins, Gainesville, FL, US abpositive's picture

Continue to tackle the issues of greed on Wall Street, health care (wellness and healing) for all and the causes and effects of pollution (and what the private and public sectors can do about it). We also need to take "Budget Cuts in Education" off the table. Education needs to be and remain a priority if we are to eliminate ignorance, promote a raised consciousness and attain sustainability for all.

11:12 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Amy Bradfield, Austin, TX, US abradfield2's picture
11:12 am, Nov 17, 2009 – abraham sussman, Cambridge, MA, US abraham.sussman's picture
11:12 am, Nov 17, 2009 – Patrick Mallory, Burnsville, MN, US abraxas27's picture