From Centifolia to Centisophia

Two years ago I participated in the making of an event called Centifolia (scheduled late Oct. 2011). This event gathered players in the perfumes & cosmetics industry in the city

The 6 agreements

The 6 Agreements serve as a social architecture to invite wisdom through dialog and conversation. You can download a pdf version here. 1. A deep full breath before speaking This breath has

Collective Intelligence Meetings in Auroville

In the next 2 weeks of my stay at Auroville, I will facilitate a series of meetings for sharing and building some practical reflection about collective intelligence, wisdom and consciousness.

The Great Sense

Here comes below a crucial text from Satprem that a friend of mine from Auroville (thanks Claude!) gave me while I spend a whole month there. I can't resist to share this text in which I see so much force. It resonates with the words I share during my conferences on the evolution of our species. The difference? He wrote it in 1969.

Time travel from the post-monetary society

I received an invitation to speak in front of 600 people who have decision making positions in their organizations. This event takes places in Toulouse, South of France, 4th of

Where are we in regards to building CIRI?

Many people write me to ask what’s the current status of CIRI — the Collective Intelligence Research Institute — we created and announced 18 months ago. It is true that we haven’t

My trip to the US – May 24th to July 7th 2012

This post is about planning and updating this month and a half trip to the US. Therefore this page will be regularly updated. Main intentions about this trip Retreat for

Your Greatest Gift

You can’t conquer happiness, but you can chose it. Claim joy within you, and thanks to you, the universe invents itself. The masterpiece of yourself nourishes its own purpose. Your temporal

Presidential elections: who will become the next captain of the Titanic?

Presidential elections: who will become the next captain of the Titanic? You got it: everything, almost, lies in the title. It seems that most people have a hard time making

Sri Aurobindo: “The earliest preoccupation of man in his awakened thoughts…”

The earliest preoccupation of man in his awakened thoughts and, as it seems, his inevitable and ultimate preoccupation,—for it survives the longest periods of scepticism and returns after every banishment,—is