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 3 Biggest Ways to Reduce Your Environmental Impact
If you’re interested in lessening your environmental impact and trying to live more sustainably, knowing where to begin can feel overwhelming.
Omega Institute Embrace Winter & Connect With Nature
Outside of the tropics, winter is a time of rest. It's a time when much of the natural world begins to turn inward and withdraw into itself.
Omega Insitute Print or Digital: It All Has Environmental Impact
For many people an increasing amount of media consumption has become digitized, whether listening to music, watching a movie, or reading the news or a book.
Omega Institute Nature Is a Delightful & Collaborative Problem Solver by Janine Benyus
An Interview With Janine Benyus
Omega:  In your talk, you said, “We’ve built our economy around a metaphor that has more to do with the Cold War than with life.” Can you ex
Omega Institute Stop Hunting for the Next Sound
A Nature Meditation
“The truth can be found right here. The Great Spirit is within and that’s the truth.”
Omega Institute Future Pesticides Won't Be Pesticides At All by Janine Benyus
Omega: In your talk, you said the pesticides of the future will not be chemical pesticides, but "helping the helpers." What does that mean?
Omega Institute Nature Will Always Be More Delightful Than You Can Imagine by Janine Benyus
Omega: You described an experiment in which you ask people go into the woods, sit, observe, and let nature come to them.
Omega Institute Nature Doesn't Compete, It Cooperates by Janine Benyus
Omega: In your talk, you said, “We’ve built our economy around a metaphor that has more to do with the Cold War than with life.

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