Our Guiding Principles
• Your life has an innate intent and purpose that, once identified, provides you with all the necessary knowledge to help you develop your natural abilities to their fullest, and contribute to society in positive ways.
• You are Divine, born in a state of eternal, natural grace which you have never left and never will. Your dreams, inspirations, and intuitions represent your direct, subjective connection with the Divine, which can also be thought of as Source, Spirit, Consciousness, or All That Is.
• All of life is sacred and conscious, all elements intimately connected with each other, regardless of size or distance, in cooperation, invested fully in the pursuit of individual and collective value fulfillment.
• Your physical death is not the end of your life. You as Consciousness experience many times and places in many dimensions. Space-time is not an absolute, but a construct. We influence the past as well as the future.
• Our universe is really a “multiverse” of nested fields of consciousness, most of which are not perceivable by the five senses or their extensions (telescopes, microscopes) alone. Learning to perceive them provides new ways of creativity and understanding.
• You can develop your abilities to their fullest through the daily cultivation of curiosity, constructive skepticism, awe, loving kindness, mindfulness, grace, compassion, spontaneity, creativity, humor, and deep appreciation for the endless wonders of All That Is.
• You create your own reality through your thoughts, beliefs, emotions, impulses, expectations, moral intuition, dreams, physical-mental-inner senses, and behavior. Learn to take full responsibility for everything in your life because nothing ever “happens to you” that you don’t create. In this light, there are never any real victims, just players on the stage of life.
• Science and Spirituality are two sides of the same coin that cannot exist without the other and still claim to be whole. Each brings important insights, knowledge, and perspectives to the world that must be more fully integrated to help solve the personal, local, and global challenges we now face.
• Human evolution includes worldviews that unfold in stages of increased complexity. Each stage creates new challenges that can only be solved by more sophisticated approaches or risk regression, and ultimately extinction. The emerging new worldview is the first to bridge scientific and spiritual ways of knowing.