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Communities change when they know that wisdom and peace are innately present in every human being.

Communities change when they know that wisdom and peace are innately present in every human being.

Welcome to the new Center for Sustainable Change website! We’d love for you to sign up (it’s free!) and give us your feedback, ideas and suggestions. We’ve got a big vision for this, but we need help from you to make this a truly helpful and interactive resource for those doing Principles-based work in communities around the world. Will you join us?

With love and appreciation,
The CSC Team

PS. Catch up on everything that happened during our 12-hour Launch Party!

News & Updates

Get updates on our programs, webinars and events!

 

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Be the Change In Your Community

Get support with free resources, training materials, case studies and more.

Community of Changemakers

Connect with our growing network of people making the world a better place.

Help with our Community Info

We’re in the process of documenting the Three Princples at work in communities!

“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.”

 

– Coretta Scott King

PROGRAMS & PROJECTS

In the Moment

Weekly calls on Zoom with Judy Sedgeman. Drop in and discuss anything on your mind at the moment. Every Thursday.

Recovery Reflections

Three Principles Conversations about Life, Love and Recovery. Every Tuesday. Hosted by Collaboritive Associate Patty Tanji.

Peace for Veterans

Free materials for veterans to help them experience present-moment contentment, clarity and peace of mind.

COMMUNITY BLOG POSTS

July 2018 News & Updates

This month I have spent some time considering how often I am "living the Principles", and how often I forget. I haven't done this in an effort to judge myself, but in an effort to feel compassion for just how easily it is to be hoodwinked, and forget that we are the...

A 3P Elevator Pitch?

Of all the things that people have asked us for, by far the one that has come up most is - I want a 3P Elevator Speech! People who have seen the power of the Principles in their own lives and others naturally want to share it and they want to know how to go about...

Doing Well and Doing Good

Reinvesting is at the heart of the world’s economic system. Money is only a means of reinvestment exchange – reinvestment with the hope of a greater gain. When I was seven years old, my father, a landscape contractor who propagated much of his own landscape materials,...

How to Help Someone Who is Suicidal

My best effort to share how to help someone suicidal: When someone plummets into dark, hopeless thinking, it appears like a deep hole, not a tunnel, to them. No light at the end, just blind darkness. And in those moments, people see the drastic act of suicide as an obvious escape. They are lost in their own misery. What is missing is…

12 Hours. Was It Worth It?

Our launch party is over. 12 hours straight of sharing insights, basking in the quiet love and common humanity of us, giving away prizes, laughing, dancing and even wearing silly hats and noses! Was it worth it?! To me - you bet!  I learned a lot. I learned that a...

“Throughout time, human beings have experienced insights that spontaneously and completely changed their behaviour and their lives, bringing them happiness they previously had thought impossible.”

– Sydney Banks, The Missing Link

Our mission is to establish and support a collaborative world-wide network of changemakers who are introducing the understanding of Mind, Consciousness and Thought via locally-led community change initiatives.

Understanding these Three Principles of Innate Health helps people to rapidly shed insecurity, fear, the biases and prejudices of the past, and to more fully harness their innate goodness, creativity and wisdom.

This helps to create unforeseen possibility and sustainable change in communities around the world.

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