Change and interbeing

« If you are a poet, you will see clearly that there is a cloud floating in this sheet of paper. »  Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh (1926 – 2022).

Our practice is based on ancient wisdom and evidence-based science. They both teach us that there are two main principles in life: change and interbeing.

Thanks to modern science, we know that change and interbeing are well-proven facts. Our minds and relationships have the power to change our brains and our lives, as well as the people with whom we interact. This is not new but ancient wisdom.

If change and interbeing are inescapable principles, the question then is whether we cultivate and obtain the transformation and flourishing we aspire to.

We believe each organization, team, and individual has unique strengths and resources, sometimes undiscovered or misused. Each has significant transformational and flourishing potential, which may need to be fully appreciated and cultivated. Each has the needed leadership strengths to enjoy changing and thriving with self-congruent and self-endorsed actions.