Let us take a moment to remember that 14 billion years is unfolding as life and consciousness. We will speed forward through time and then explore the human story that led to our modern era. Let us examine our path toward industrial civilization, over-consumption, overpopulation and the idea that we are separate from each other, separate from our choices and separate from our fragile planet.
We will take a stark, scientific look at our current climate crisis and our role in the sixth mass extinction of species. We will feel the physical and spiritual urgency! We will come together to co-create our collective intelligence and dare to call forth a new culture and a new story for humanity. Your wisdom is needed. Join us!
Peter Melton – Moderator Infinite Oneness,
cleverly disguised as Peter, loves to create
fables and metaphors to remember who we
are and why we created all this. His current
passion is blending our climate crisis, spirituality
and global transformation.
Peter Russell is the author of nine books on
the evolution of human consciousness and the
future of humanity. He lectures widely on these
subjects and runs an extensive website at
Sean Kelly, Ph.D., teaches at the California Institute of Integral Studies and is author of Coming Home: The Birth and Transformation of the Planetary Era. Sean is also a longtime teacher of taiji and qigong.
He is also a key facilitator of The Works that Reconnects, which is an evolving suite of practices and teachings originated by Joanna Macy. The practices facilitate “Active Hope” and an awakening to the deeper ecological self , a self in service of a more life-sustaining society.
Jamen Shively is a pioneer of social and environmental movements and a veteran of the tech industry. As President of Radish.org, his mission is
to support a global collective intelligence to solve the world’s problems holistically.
Dr. Guy McPherson is professor emeritus of conservation biology at the University of Arizona. He is the world’s leading authority on the topic of abrupt climate change and the Sixth Mass Extinction on Earth.