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GOOD of the WHOLE's shared purpose is to contribute to a shift in mass consciousness and transcend the worldview of fear, scarcity and separation to love, abundance and wholeness.  As Stewards, we advocate an ethos of wholeness and embodied consciousness as the transformative and foundational principles that inform culture.  We are whole beings contributing to, and in service of, a greater whole.  We understand that when the individual serves the greater whole, the whole gives back and serves the individual.  We share a strong awareness of cultural and planetary issues and commit to take action where called to serve the greater good.  Therefore we invest time, talent, and resources to support individuals, communities and social causes that are aligned with co-creating a regenerative culture of justice, love and peace.

"Good of the Whole marshals all the forces of love in action." ~ Andrew Harvey

 


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