You have the power to push humanity forward
— and make a positive change in our children’s future.
How do we as a species move forward?
Dig deep into this episode if you’ve been wondering how to contribute to creating a positive impact in the world. Vishen Lakhiani shares incredible insights on the present, futures, and potentialities for humanity based on the visions and ideals of five different philosophers: Tom Chi, Tim Urban, Charles Darwin, Ken Wilber, and Neale Donald Walsch.
Vishen will talk about:
- The “Human Reset” and what it means for our children’s future
- The scientist who wants us to raise our consciousness level
- The writer who introduced the idea of the Human Colossus
- Saying “No” to humanity-minus ideas
- The “Eve” Question: Are you working for a humanity-plus or humanity-minus company?
- The naturalist who predicted the future of humanity
- A philosophy that shifted the paradigm in personal growth
- The flaw in the personal growth movement
- The states and stages of consciousness
- The mystic who explains the solution to imminent issues of advanced civilization
- How you can become an agent for change
- The five questions you want to ask yourself today
Here at Mindvalley, we’re committed to more than just personal growth. We’re determined to push humanity forward by empowering our audience, like yourself, to unleash your fullest potential, to be extraordinary, by using the most powerful tool of all — education.
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