A holistic, integral, evolutionary, self-directed and self-integrated community (civilization).
To continuously and consciously evolve toward our highest potential through resilient adaptation to experiential existence.
To collaboratively design, develop, and implement the blueprint for an intentional need-fulfillment community where purposefully driven individuals are fulfilled in their development toward their highest potential state of human experience for themselves and all others.
“The CAPE project being developed at the Samadhi Institute represents just the sort of world changing catalyst that these times of serious challenge to humanity call for. As an innovative think/link/do tank dedicated to empowering people all over the world to evolve and engage their deepest potential, their highest vision, and their strongest calling as change agents of a thriving eco-civilization, CAPE holds the potential to emerge ways for humanity to “be the systems we wish to see in the world”. By linking people, communities, organizations, initiatives, ideas and resources in a resilient nodal system of interdependent learning and action, CAPE is seeding a global integral sustainable network — and this is precisely what the world needs in order to move from independence to interdependence without falling into the trap of co-dependence with the rest of life and the life support systems of Earth. Kudos CAPE!”
Alexander Laszlo (born 1964) an American systems scientist, Director of Leadership and Systemic Innovation PhD program at the Buenos Aires Institute of Technology, President of Syntony Quest, and faculty member for the Organizational Systems Renewal program at Bainbridge Graduate Institute in Seattle, Washington. He was President of the International Society for the Systems Sciences in 2012-13, known for his work on systems theories and "knowledge management in a changing world."