The Omega Point

The “Omega Point” is a term used by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin to describe the peak of unity and integration toward which all life is evolving, including you. Our six learning paths make it easy for you to find the support you need on your journey. These articles, videos, and slideshows—from Omega, our teachers, and people just like you—can give you the tools you need to live an inspired life.

Omega Institute Compassion in Action by Ram Dass
Compassion in action is paradoxical and mysterious. It is absolute, yet continually changing.
Marriage and Gender Equality Today
An Interview With Stephanie Coontz
Stephanie Coontz, author of Marriage, A History, speaks about the evolution of marriage and changing gender roles in this interview with Omega.
Marriage and Gender Equality Today
An Interview With Stephanie Coontz
Omega: You say marriage has changed more in the past 30 years than in the past 3,000 years. You’ve said that the very traits that make marri
Omega Institute How Teen Camp Helped Me Cope
Matt Bianco-Splann shares his inspiring story of self-transformation as a participant in Omega Teen Camp—and later, as a camp counselor.
Omega Institute The Science of Mindfulness by Daniel Rechtschaffen
Daniel Rechtschaffen discusses how mindfulness practices can generate stronger and healthier patterns in our brains—and in future generations, too.
Creating a Global Culture of Equality and Care
What does it mean to be a man or woman today?  What will it mean in the future? How can we grow out of old roles that stifle us?
Omega Institute I Want To Be Weird Like You
My Adventures at Omega Teen Camp
I was an angsty 13-year-old when I showed up for Omega Teen Camp. Middle school had been really hard for me. But things were different at camp.
Omega Institute How To Do Yoga With Kids
If you’ve experienced the benefits of yoga firsthand, you may be inspired to share it with the children in your life.
Omega Institute Parenting With an Ex: The Birthday Party by Ellen Kellner
The Birthday Party
The birthday party—there are two ways of looking at it: from the perspective of a divorced parent or from your child’s perspective.

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