A few years ago, my wife and I had the idea to share publicly an approach that we had been experimenting with as part of the home/travel schooling that we were providing to our children. We called it “Spacebook” for which we put together a simple website. Until recently the initial website remained undeveloped, but over the past couple weeks we’ve been adding content and shaping it up. We will still be adding more resources, especially for kids, but Spacebook is essentially good to go and self-explanatory for general use
In a nut shell, Spacebook is a free facilitation and journaling tool for anyone who wants to integrate open awareness into their life. Ultimately, it is for cultivating a deeper sense of connection between people and nature, contemplating topics that influence all of humanity and Earth, and inspiring the creation of ideas and actions to benefit all.
Jevon Dängeli, MSc teaches Transpersonal Coaching at Alef Trust. He is a co-founder of the Live Foundation, a non-profit whose mission is to create opportunities for positive change by providing free education and empowering resources to those who contribute their time and energy to humanitarian aid or environmental sustainability. He established the Open Awareness for Change Project in February 2020. The project involves providing groups with a practical system whereby they can harness their collective consciousness and combined creativity with the aim to address health or safety concerns, social problems, or environmental issues in their community or globally. As a panel member on Alef Trust’s Conscious Community Project, his core intention is to support the project’s aim - to build a community of change-makers who nurture individual and systemic transformation around the world.