Consciousness Development

Supporting Self-Awareness of the Greater Whole

Five years ago, in a landmark study the quarterly journal Kosmos described a growing ‘global transformation movement’ consisting of many smaller movements: climate justice, ecocide law, species protection and conservancy, indigenous solidarity, sacred ecology, transition towns and ecovillages, and many more. The study predicted that each of these movements would organically develop self-awareness of the greater …

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Insights about the Global Transformation Movement

In 2014 the quarterly journal Kosmos commissioned a research study to better understand the emerging global movement and how groups within the movement could connect effectively. The main insights from the study seem relevant for Co-Creating Europe’s mission and vision. The Global Transformation Movement is self-organizing is a values-driven “movement of movements” uses alternative forms …

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Turning Europe into a “Deliberately Developmental Civilization”

Marco A Robledo is  Professor of the Department of Business Economics at the University of the Balearic Islands (Spain). He defines himself as a change agent that helps organizations and individuals in their integral development and transformation towards higher levels of consciousness. He is the author of a pioneer integral theory of management called 3D Management that …

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29 People from 17 European Countries Engaged in a Collective Inquiry

During the months and weeks before the meeting in Frankfurt the core group of Co-Creating Europe had sent out invitations including the project’s manifesto to people from all over Europe. They were looking for networkers, solutionaries and disseminators from as many European countries as possible; people from all age groups who are rooted in Presence …

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