WELLBEING INSPIRES WELLDOING

The Wellbeing Project

WELLBEING INSPIRES WELLDOING

The Wellbeing Project is catalysing a culture of inner wellbeing for all changemakers.
We do this through model individual and organisational programs, credible research, global and regional learning communities, and storytelling.

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THE MANDALA LAB AT THE WELLBEING SUMMIT

In partnership with the Rubin Museum of Art, the Wellbeing Summit hosted the traveling version of the Mandala Lab. The interactive lab was designed to explore the role of emotions in our everyday lives and how we can turn them into wisdom.

Watch as Zainab Salbi, Humanitarian and Activist, and Dr. Richard J. Davidson, neuroscientist explore the Breathing Alcove at the traveling version of the Mandala Lab.

How do we advance the inner wellbeing of teachers worldwide?

Teachers impact children in a lot of ways, from teaching the lifelong skill of how to learn, to the practical skills to navigate daily life and to modeling healthy, respectful interactions. To effectively teach children, we need teachers with strong wellbeing.

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📖 Reading poetry or writing a poem of our own can support us in accessing deep emotions, help us gain clarity, and provide comfort in challenging times. Poetry is a special gift because it allows us to discover and express our innermost selves differently.

Today’s recipe invites us to use the power of poetry to dive deep into our emotions, experience them fully and even share how we feel with others.

*Recipes for Wellbeing is a member of the Ecosystem Network at The Wellbeing Project.

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Georgetown Announcement

The Wellbeing Project is thrilled to announce that Georgetown University is joining as a co-creator organization.

We have partnered on a Think Tank that brings together thought leaders from The Wellbeing Project’s global network and a number from within Georgetown and around the world to develop ground breaking research that inspires more meaningful and effective social change work.

Our two primary focuses are intergenerational trauma and ecological belonging. We hope that the many aspects of our collaboration deepen community resilience as we face complex global challenges ahead.

Thank you to Georgetown and our other co-creator organizations including Ashoka, Impact Hub Network, Porticus, Skoll Foundation and Synergos for this journey together.

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