Imagine a school for all of humanity. With no borders.
A school that questions the ideas, beliefs, and systems that separate us, and endorses the ones that unite us.
A school where we intend to tackle global issues as one unified people.
A school that isn’t afraid to ask: How can we make the world extraordinary?
At Mindvalley, we’re building the school for humanity.
The education system we have today doesn’t reflect the problems we’re facing today or the solutions we have tomorrow. We need more than the skills, grades, subjects, and experiences that we find in school but not in our daily lives.
Why We’re Building A School For Humanity
And when we talk about a school for humanity, we are referring to something much bigger than the field of personal growth. Something even bigger than improving the life of the individual.
We want to go beyond what’s ever been done before and unlock new ways of being — for the global society.
We want to move outside of our silos.
We want to help embolden each other to be our more generous, capable, and abundant selves.
It’s time we use the technological advances of our time in a positive way. A way that can connect people further than we had before. A way that empowers us to collaborate as a global tribe on problems that have never been solved before.
To eradicate poverty and to ensure peace. To create more love instead of hate. To take care of the planet and build a safer home for our children.
How to create global change
That’s why Mindvalley works with the world’s most legendary teachers on programs and experiences.
We want to ignite that spectacular transformation, so that you can learn everything that regular education forgot to teach you: to be extraordinarily happy, free, healthy and fulfilled.
And as extraordinary as that sounds, there’s a science to effecting this change and serving our global Tribe.
It all starts with improving yourself and your life in every way so that your mere presence can inspire people. It starts with empowering yourself so that you can empower others. And it starts with removing the small problems in your life so that you have the time and energy to focus on the big ways you can give back to the world.
These changes come from the two basic principles that define you as a human being: your beliefs and your habits.
And when you take the step to develop yourself and then you bring those habits back out into the world….that’s when the real change happens.
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