Want to Change the World? Check out The Shift Network

Here at Merlian News, we are big fans of Stephen Dinan and The Shift Network. Some of our favorite authors, scientists and healers, such as Mingtong Gu, Jack Kornfeld, Robert Moss, Gary Zukov, Anodea Judith, and more, have participated in their courses and conferences. If you are not familiar with this exciting venue, check out their website at www.theshiftnetwork.com

From their website we read: The Shift Network, Inc. empowers a growing global movement of people who are creating an evolutionary shift of consciousness that in turn leads to a more enlightened society, one built on principles of sustainability, peace, health, and prosperity. Through our online Summits and Courses we have already served more than 530,000 worldwide who are committed to shifting our world’s operating system. Please join us as we create events, programs, and activities that help us evolve!

Stephen Dinan is the CEO of The Shift Network and a member of the prestigious Transformational Leadership Council and Evolutionary Leaders group. As the former Director of Membership and Marketing at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, he was the driving force behind the Shift in Action program. He is also the author of Radical Spirit (New World Library), and a forthcoming book Sacred America, Sacred World. Stephen directed and helped to create the Esalen Institute’s Center for Theory & Research, a think tank for leading scholars, researchers, and teachers to explore human potential frontiers.

Anodea Judith had this to say about their work: “The Shift Network has my vote as the number one organization most likely to change our world. Their level of consciousness and integrity match their vision — of an expanded network of awakened people caring deeply about our world and each other, working for the things that matter most: justice, sustainability, peace, and wellness. They draw together the best thinkers of our time as social architects of the future. And that draws in participants who are ready to learn and take action.”

by Staff