John Shearer is a professional mindfulness coach and has over 700,000 followers. He started Mindfully Making A Difference (MAD) with the vision of working for the world's mental health without medication.
Thier objective is to lobby for mindfulness in schools, with a focus on prevention of mental suffering and suicide.
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Dr. A. T. Ariyaratne
A. T. Ariyaratne is the founder and president of the Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement in Sri Lanka. He was nominated to the Constitutional Council (Sri Lanka) as a civil representative on 10 September 2015. He received the Jamnalal Bajaj Award in 1991.
Ariyaratne focuses on the Buddhist concepts of nonviolence, impermanence, no-self, and the Four Noble Truths. Ariyaratne uses the Buddhist approach to nonviolence which "is grounded in a systematic 'attitude adjustment' in which negative, reactive states such as hatred, greed, and delusion are transformed into positive social orientations through meditative self-training."
Founder, Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement
Director, Institute of Human Excellence
Niran Jiang is a strategic advisor, change facilitator and executive coach, with over 20 years of organisational development experience in USA, Europe, Australia and Asia Pacific.
Her areas of expertise include leadership development, cultural transformation, innovation and diversity. She is a founding partner and director at the Institute of Human Excellence.
International Director, Humanity's Team
Humanity’s Team is an international spiritual movement whose purpose is to communicate and demonstrate the timeless truth that We Are All One, with the Divine and all life – caring for each other and the world we share – so that people's actions reflect this profound understanding within a generation. We believe that living this truth is essential to solving the most chronic and acute world problems and vital to creating a sustainable world of peace, harmony and happiness.
Nelson AbreuVice-Director of Research and Scientific Communication at International Academy of Consciousness
Dr. Ervin László
Founder, Club of Budapest
Dr. Ervin László is the founder of the Club of Budapest to, in his words, "centre attention on the evolution of human values and consciousness as the crucial factors in changing course — from a race towards degradation, polarization and disaster to a rethinking of values and priorities so as to navigate today's transformation in the direction of humanism, ethics and global sustainability"He is also s philosopher of science, systems theorist, integral theorist, originally a classical pianist. He is an advocate of the theory of quantum consciousness.
The Club of Budapest Australia is a non-profit organisation dedicated to facilitating practical projects to heal planet Earth on a global scale. The global environmental change has become a focal point of international affairs where environmental preservation is needed to reduce the economic inequity which contributes to environmental destruction. Restoration of the environment requires the involvement not only of nations working together, but of the people of the world.
Vice-Director of Research and Scientific Communication at,
International Academy of Consciousness
Nelson Abreu is a Power Systems Engineer based in Florida, USA. Nelson was an intern at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Laboratory, is a contributing author on “Filters and Reflections: Perspectives on Reality” from International Consciousness Research Laboratories, and is a volunteer lecturer and researcher with the International Academy of Consciousness. Nelson’s research speciality is Out of Body Experiences.
Dr. Carmel Ashton
Phycologist, & Quantum Education Specialist
Dr. Carmel Ashton is a phycologist specialising in education.
Ph.D, MAPS Scholar and Author of: 'Dimensions Of Health: Educating for a Quantum Perspective
She can be reached at: www.doctoralia.com.au/healthpro/ashton+carmel-14843921