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InnerNet®

"We’re at the end of the way we’ve organized ourselves. We’ve gotten our eviction notice. It’s change or die. We’re not going to be able to continue." Terry Patten
"We need to reinvent the societal cultural software." Tomas Björkman
"By and large, wisdom traditions are not currently informing how we build our exponential tools … It is vital our wisdom catches up with our technological potency." Joshua Fields
"The question is whether we can rise to the challenge, whether we can look deep within ourselves and use that wisdom to create a new, radically more humane technology." Tristan Harris
"We need to get together and create a higher form of
collective intelligence." Jamie Wheal
"We want to integrate the power of unique perspective … with the power of collective sense-making." Bonnitta Roy
"Extraordinary capability arises on a platform of
higher-order consciousness." Bob Anderson
"Amazing possibilities truly are as close as a simple interior change — a change of mindset — that will bring about massive changes on the exterior." Naveen Jain
"Compassion is a spiritual technology. Humanity needs this technology as much as it needs all other technologies." Krista Tippet
"This is the moment when something once more begins visibly to happen, something truly new and unique...something truly historical, in the sense that history again demands to be heard." Václev Havel
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  • Winston Churchill

    Winston Churchill

    If you’re in hell, keep going.

    HellHello
  • Abraham Lincoln

    Abraham Lincoln

    I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any nation-al crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts, and beer.

    CheerBeer
  • Sage Robbins

    Sage Robbins

    If I’m in a stuck state … or if I’m fighting with reality … or if I believe that the circumstances are unfair — in that state I miss the beauty, I miss the magnitude of Grace.

    GraceGarden
  • "No bird soars in a calm."
    Wilbur Wright

  • Martin butterfly

    martin butterfly

    We’re living in times as turbulent and revolutionary as those of the Wright Brothers. This time we’re called to soar inside — to defy the gravity of our fears, jettison our stuck points, and take control of our emotional cockpits in ways unimaginable to previous generations.

    What great souls like Lincoln, Gandhi, Dickinson and Curie understood intuitively, we've transformed into a new kind of practice — the Wellgorithm. A Wellgorithm is an algorithm for your best possible self. It's a guided, step-by-step exercise for living from the inside out.

    Because Wellgorithms are social, we can navigate our inner worlds together, share best emotional practices, grow in wisdom, and cross the seas to reach what the poets call “the other side.” read more ...