Why We Exist

Conscious Learning. Conscious Growing. Consciously Creating the Future.

In today’s world, we face a multitude of challenges that threaten our existence as a species. Climate change, social inequality, and political instability are just a few examples of the issues that we must confront. These challenges are complex and interconnected, and we cannot hope to solve them by relying solely on technology or policy changes.
What we need is a shift in consciousness. We need more people to become aware of the impact of their actions and to take responsibility for creating a more sustainable, equitable, and peaceful world. We need people who are willing to question their assumptions, challenge their beliefs, and embrace new ways of thinking and living.
A conscious person is someone who is aware of their own thoughts, feelings, and actions, as well as the impact of those actions on others and the world around them. They are mindful of their own biases and limitations and are willing to learn from others. They understand that their own well-being is intimately connected to the well-being of others and the planet.
When more people become conscious, we will see a shift in the way we relate to each other and the world around us. We will be more compassionate, more empathetic, and more collaborative. We will recognize the interconnectedness of all things and act accordingly. We will create new systems and structures that reflect our values and serve the common good.
Dreamtime Learning asks difficult questions, challenges assumptions, and seeks out new perspectives. Dreamtime learning seeks to align itself with courageous humans who understand that humanity must take responsibility for our actions and work towards creating a better world for ourselves and future generations.
Conscious learning is an approach to education that focuses on developing not just academic knowledge but also a deep understanding of oneself and the world around us. It is an essential part of education because it helps students to become more self-aware, responsible, and engaged members of society.

Here are some reasons why conscious learning must be a part of our education:

  1. Develops critical thinking: Conscious learning encourages students to think critically about the world around them. They learn to question assumptions, challenge biases, and consider alternative perspectives. This helps them develop the skills to analyze complex problems and make informed decisions.
  2. Promotes empathy and understanding: Conscious learning fosters empathy and understanding towards others by helping students to recognize and appreciate differences in culture, background, and perspectives. This promotes a sense of belonging, reduces discrimination, and creates a more inclusive learning environment.
  3. Encourages responsible action: Conscious learning teaches students to take responsibility for their actions and make choices that benefit themselves and society. They learn to recognize the impact of their decisions on others and the environment, and develop the skills to take action towards positive change.
  4. Enhances well-being: Conscious learning promotes well-being by helping students to develop self-awareness and self-management skills. They learn to manage stress, regulate emotions, and develop healthy habits that promote physical and mental health.
  5. Prepares for a changing world: Conscious learning prepares students for the challenges of a rapidly changing world. They learn to adapt to new situations, collaborate with others, and use technology in responsible and ethical ways.
Conscious learning is an essential part of education because it develops critical thinking, empathy, responsibility, well-being, and prepares students for a changing world. By incorporating conscious learning into our education system, we can equip our students with the skills and knowledge they need to become informed, engaged, and responsible citizens.


We are looking for collaborators to join us in creating a conscious learning revolution. To help us make this approach to education more accessible and widespread. By combining our resources, expertise, and passion for education, we can create a movement that will transform the way we teach and learn.
I invite you to become a collaborator in this effort. We will share our ideas, learning and teaching resources that are embedded with innovative approaches to teaching and learning that incorporate conscious learning principles. Together we can create new learning environments that are inclusive, empowering, and supportive.
By becoming collaborators in this effort, we can make a real difference in the lives of the next generation and humanity itself. We can create a future where education is not just about acquiring knowledge but also about developing the skills and mindset needed to create a better world.