Participate in a Global Movement to Consciously Create the Future
If you’re someone who feels compelled to change the world from the inside out, then you likely feel a burning desire to come together with others who share that same passion. The EnlightenNext Discovery Cycle will enable you to do just that. Through an annual retreat and conference-plus countless supporting activities-you will have the opportunity to join thousands of Evolutionaries from around the world and play a vitally important role in transforming human consciousness and culture. Read on to find out how you can participate.
Imagine What’s Possible
As someone who sees and feels that the future is in our hands, you’re aware that there’s never been more potential for cultural transformation than at this moment in history. So many of us now have the tools, resources, and perspectives to actually create a new world-one based on a recognition that the “inner” and the “outer,” consciousness and culture, are one, and that who we are isn’t separate from the 14-billion-year epic of cosmic evolution.
Because you’re beginning to awaken to this cosmic perspective, you likely feel compelled to make your life a reflection of that evolutionary potential. But you also know that that in order to actually bring about such an important evolutionary shift on a collective level, you need to come together with others to take a significant leap forward.
Imagine what would be possible if thousands of people around the world all became integral expressions of enlightened awareness and evolutionary values…
What kind of culture might begin to emerge, beginning with our own transformation, and radiating out into the world through our shared inspiration, effort, and action? That question is exactly what you will be able to explore when you participate in the EnlightenNext Discovery Cycle.
“When we realize that consciousness and culture are one, when the split between mind and matter is seen through in the deepest way, we can no longer see the inner without seeing the outer; we can no longer see the outer without seeing the inner.” – Andrew Cohen