how do you connect to your true potential and use it to show you the way to something better?
(listen to your self. trust your gut. and find your part in our changing world.)
We spent 15 years experimenting with the possibilities for life beyond our one size fits all march of study, work, shop, die. What we found was an unending reservoir of untapped potential hidden inside every one of us and the possibility of harnessing this extraordinary energy as a force for good.
Reveal. Unblock. Investigate. Uncover. Releasing the energy of you is the real adventure of life.
The question is how?
Got that feeling that something’s missing? Experiencing anxiety. Feeling stuck? Looking for something more?
Our online labs are bite sized, practical, and interactive. Organically created, each lab was derived from the diverse, lived experiences of real people on their real journeys towards greater moments of connection. Use them to travel through the unknown parts of you as you dive into this carefully curated collection of self directed questions, evocative images, and motivating tools, and reclaim your power for yourself and everyone.
Our labs are self directed. Take the first step. Choose YOUR path. Your way is the way.
feel your way through. become a conflict resolution junkie. spread positive energy everywhere.
experimenters wanted for our
new listening labs
we’re working together to birth a new way of being that combines right brain stuff like feelings and intuition with left brain stuff like logic and planning. put theory into practice real time in a listening lab – part group tour and part awesome place to get stuck in to the real experience of being who you are.
help refine our listening labs here
It is a good thing, therefore, to make short excursions now and then to the bottom of the sea among dulse and coral, or up among the clouds on mountain-tops, or in balloons, or even to creep like worms into dark holes and caverns underground, not only to learn something of what is going on in those out-of-the-way places, but to see better what the sun sees on our return to common everyday beauty.
John Muir, Scottish naturalist, writer, activist, wilderness advocate, and generally awesome guy (excerpt from The Mountains of California)