READY TO REINVENT
If so, this is your tribe and your training ground.
WHAT IS THE CENTER FOR A NEW MAINSTREAM?
Our mission is to support the collective revolution afoot in the wake of the presidential campaign, the increasingly powerful social activist campaigns and the evolution of consciousness. And we’re doing it through distance programs that let you come together with your posse to build the world you long to inhabit from the inside out.
The Center’s speakers, supporters and catalysts come from all walks of life: mystics and
meditators, scientists and business owners, academics and doctors and best-selling authors.
The only thing they have in common is they’re fully committed to helping you shine.
Psychology of Health
Possibility in Action
The New Science
Creativity & Leadership
Science & Spirit
The Art of Possibility
Telecasts. Incubator. Mentor Program. Juicy Assignments. Like-Minded Cohort. Residencies.
Our low-residency programs incorporate six powerful and profound elements.
Big-name presenters. Alumni-led mini-modules. Coaching sessions with a program guide. Our telecasts hit all the bases to enable you to up your game. And no matter what broadcast you attend, everyone is on screen at the same time, able to interact with the presenter and fellow students in small groups—and recorded, so you’re covered if you have to miss it.
Humor doctor Patch Adams. Shaman Alberto Villoldo. Thought leader Elisabet Sahtouris. Optimist editor Elleke Bal. These are just a few of the mentors students have been in contact with as they develop their thinking, their writing, their businesses. Students in this program have access to important players in the new mainstream in rich and unprecedented ways.
Ask anyone in a low-residency program: One of the best parts of these programs are the friendships and working relationships with fellow students. Each student in the cohort brings different capacities and experiences to the table—and most find strong supporters in fellow students and relationships that last after the program is over.
The Incubator is a pressure cooker for ideas, a state-of-the-art digital community where you can pick up assignments, browse through our library of articles, recordings and videos on everything from the zero-point field to the future of work, and, best of all, network with fellow students and staff 24/7 on the ideas that excite you, which serves to propel you deeper into your work.
Pretend the year ahead is over and describe how it unfolded in the best-case scenario. Map your fears; give the natural features names like “Mountain of Debt” or “Valley of Isolation.” These are excerpts of assignments designed to take students deeper into the material in 2 hours a week. Assignments are optional but shared in The Incubator and typically popular.
Our first residency last December was an unqualified success, with the students in attendance becoming close and taking great leaps in knowledge and awareness after working intimately with one another online. The benefit derived from meeting in person with faculty and students can’t be overestimated.