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.

Discover new ways to understand natural systems and how to live and work within them.
Listen to those who have had the profound experience of learning and working with like-minded individuals to discover the beauty and wisdom of nature and whole systems thinking.
Winter delicacies can be found throughout the United States.
Omega Institute Show Your Love With More Sustainable Valentines
Give your Valentine’s Day a green twist with these sustainable ways to show you care.
Omega Institute 3 Biggest Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Impact
If you tackle the following three big steps to reduce your environmental impact, you can build a strong foundation for living a sustainable life.
Omega Institute Embrace Winter & Connect With Nature
Embrace and engage with the cold and snow of winter. All you need is a change in perspective, the appropriate clothing, and a bit of effort to get outside more.
Omega Insitute Print or Digital: It All Has Environmental Impact
You've got to be a very avid reader before your e-reader has lower environmental impact than a printed book.
Omega Institute Blue Zone Secrets to Living Longer & Happier
Find out the secrets to living longer from the Blue Zones, where some of the world's happiest and healthiest people live.
Omega Institute Winter Sauerkraut by Eric Steinman
Bringing Life to Your Cabbage
Here's an easy and healthy winter fermentation recipe that will literally bring life to that long-forgotten cabbage.
Omega Institute Nature Is a Delightful & Collaborative Problem Solver by Janine Benyus
An Interview With Janine Benyus
Janine Benyus talks about the rise of mutualism in ecology, what this means for farming, and how she tries to observe nature without preconceptions.

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