THE LASZLO INSTITUTE
of New Paradigm Research
“The evolution of cosmic coherence is the love story of the universe”
The Laszlo Institute researches, develops and communicates the essential aspects of the new way of thinking and acting we need at this critical time: the new paradigm. This site helps the researcher, and everyone interested in the new thinking, to orient themselves in the multiple activities and projects of the Institute, and join in those in which he or she is most interested.
Ervin Laszlo’s introduction to the Laszlo Institute
Research Program at the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research
Ervin Laszlo: How We Can Build a Better World: The Worldshift Manual, Foreword by Gregg Braden. Now available as an Ebook and as a paperback — soon also as an audiobook.
Shifting Tides web series by Mahiema Anand
Based on moments of transformation in people’s lives that shakes the very core of their being, Shifting Tides is a web series that brings forth a new reality for humanity, urging one to surrender to the divine will. In this episode Mahiema’s Guest was Ervin Laszlo.
Coronavirus Is the Perfect Opportunity for Change, Reconnecting to the Source & the Evolution of Humanity
Coronavirus is the perfect opportunity for change, reconnecting to the source & the evolution of humanity on the Kevin Moore Show with Professor Ervin Laszlo on March 29, 2020.
HOLISM IN NATION-STATE POLITICS White Paper for the Symposium on New Paradigm in Politics The current and now standard philosophy of contemporary politics and politicians is based on an obsolete concept of the human being and human society.Conclusions of Symposium ed....
Ignite your intuitive intelligence with the Superpower docuseries
This 10-part docuseries will feature episodes that address our every day lives. Masters will teach us how to let go of fear and overwhelm and tap into our most powerful selves.
On 19 January 2021, as part of the Systemic Leadership Summit 2021 hosted by Jennifer Campbell https://www.systemicleadershipsummit.com, the Director of Research here at the Laszlo Institute was interviewed on the topic of Co-creating the Systems we want To See in the World.
By Ignacio Pavez, Lori D. Kendall, Chris Laszlo. The increasingly visible effects of climate change, the degradation of ecological systems, growing income inequality, and high levels of stress and disengagement in the workplace have dramatically increased corporate awareness of the need for integrating sustainability into business strategy. However, the focus of this awareness has largely emphasized finding ways to reduce the firm’s harmful impact from “bad” to “less bad” (e.g., when a company cuts its CO2 emissions by 50%). While this helps firms be less unsustainable, it diverts their focus from creating a more flourishing world, a place where people everywhere live in healthy communities, prosper, and can live life to the fullest. We propose that it is time for leaders to shift their thinking, and for companies to refocus their efforts, from reducing harm to making a positive impact, which we define as increasing economic prosperity while contributing to a healthy regenerative natural environment and improving human well-being.
Reconnecting to the Source is a powerful new book on the science of spiritual experience by Dr. Ervin Laszlo. A well-known figure in the fields of new science, consciousness, and spirituality, Dr. Laszlo has inspired some of today’s most important figures in science and philosophy. In Reconnecting to the Source he unpacks the science behind spiritual experience, investigating the ways in which we can access realms of experience beyond the everyday. It is in these moments, when our conscious minds are in contact or perhaps even overridden by our unconscious selves, that we can explore the depths of spiritual meaning.
World Futures: The Journal of New Paradigm Research provides a venue for leading edge, creative, transdisciplinary contributions. It encourages the application of new ways of thinking and approaches that draw on the intersection of the natural sciences, the social sciences, and the humanities.