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H.H. The Dalai Lama, Waldzell Meeting 2007

"A calm mind is the basic element in being able to utilize our intelligence properly. If our minds are dominated by destructive emotions, then our brain functions will not be normal. As a result, we cannot see reality. There is often a gap between reality and its appearance. Therefore, objective analysis is necessary. A mind dominated by hatred or suspicion makes wrong decisions. Many wrong decisions in the fields of politics have been made because of the inability to see reality as it is."  

Wolf Singer, Waldzell Seminar 2010

“Meditation is a default state. It induces a sense of `being in the world`. This experience corresponds certainly with more accuracy to the person that is really you, than what you experience when you are constantly driven by current events. "

Isabel Allende, Waldzell Meeting 2007

"I have had one experience that 51% of humanity has had—the experience of boundless, unconditional love. When a woman has a child, she becomes a fierce warrior to defend that helpless creature with her life. The feeling of love is so abundant that it changes the woman forever. If we could just bottle that feeling and market it. If everyone could experience that kind of boundless and unselfish love, if women could bring that love to the table of the world, that would be our legacy."

Peter M. Senge, Waldzell Meeting 2005

"So that is the bubble. And the bubble is bursting. The question all this leads to is very simple: How do we shepherd, how do we steward, how do we live, how do we be, how do we help as the bubble is bursting. Of course, this is a very traumatic time and it probably will be a very traumatic time for a long time. It will probably get harder, not easier, more wrenching, not more comfortable. There is no reason in the world that I see why we could ...

Bruce Lipton, Waldzell Meeting 2008

“At a biological level we always perceived that evolution was initiated by random mutations. It now turns out that it is actually specifically activated by the system to mutate only those genes with which stress is associated. So there is a mechanism of evolution that says that when we do hit a wall of stress, the system is able to actually rewrite the genome very specifically to create a solution to survive and thrive in the world.”
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Leadership Institute
August, 1 2015

In the transition the world and therefore we are going through, there is nothing more fundamental than to understand and embody new concepts of leadership and success. The focus of the Waldzell Leadership Institute is to unfold human excellence and to create a transformational environment within the individual. Out of this personal growth, a well-balanced, successful, authentic person emerges. One …
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Mission
August, 1 2015

Waldzell addresses people who have realized that, because of our traditional points of view, we will be unable to solve the problems we are confronted with and who want to free themselves from the obstructive chains applied in their past in order to be open for a new story. It encourages an authentic dialogue that comes from the heart, takes …
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History
July, 31 2015

Waldzell is known for its outstanding, interdisciplinary dialogues. The role model for these dialogues is Hermann Hesse’s novel ‘The Glass Bead Game’. In this book, a number of gifted people from different disciplines come together once a year in order to create a universal artwork, resulting from their interdisciplinary dialogues. This work of art should contribute to the spiritual development …
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