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Biospheric Consciousness simply means being awake in our biosphere, our living world.

The basic idea is that the same process that has been traumatizing our planet has also been traumatizing us, especially our relationships. This process affects not only our own human way of life, our culture, but the whole world. In short, we have all been toxically enculturated. Some of us feel it, and some don’t.

As a meditation process, biospheric consciousness draws upon traditional and contemporary perspectives and skillfully applies them to our lives in the challenged world we live in today so that we feel more alive. It is a trauma-sensitive living process that rewilds our innate capacity for regenerative agency and presence.

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As we revive our regenerative agency, our innate capacity for attentional presence opens up into finer and finer scales of embodied somatic awareness. As the energies of thought, emotion, and sensuality circulating through our lives stabilize, they release their native intelligence and we feel a shift into allostasis and profound well-being. Old stagnant and blocked energies and dissociative states dissolve in our newfound metabolic awareness.

Biospheric consciousness meditation enables us to tune into the spaces that we share with other beings with embodied sensitivity as we move alongside of them through the living world.  


Deep relational consciousness is a state of being alive that shifts not only our own but also the consciousness of those others who deeply interact with us.


It is a profound condition of liberation, empowerment, healing, and beauty that is the ground of our work together.

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Our biospheric consciousness meditation guidance draws upon this rich background and is highly personalized. 

We bring to our work a deep and panoramic experiential perspective on the world’s meditation traditions as well as a contemporary multidisciplinary understanding of its theories, practices, and histories.

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