So many systems today are in flux, from the political to the economic. Yet this time of turmoil is also inviting us to ask, What kind of systems do we want to create that support the world we want to live in?
We need a vision for our world, A Path Forward, for how we can mindfully engage in politics, heal from trauma, use technology wisely, and authentically connect with others.
At our 10th annual Wisdom 2.0 March 1st - 3rd in San Francisco we will explore these questions with leaders from various fields.
Speakers this year include Twitter and Medium Founder, Ev Williams; author Michal Pollan; Google Vice President, Karen May; Mindfulness Teachers, Spring Washam and Jack Kornfield, and many more!
2,500 people from over 25 countries, with 5 stages, connection lounges, meditation rooms, and more!
Join us at the main stage for mind blowing presentations and conversations with over 50 speakers.
Hour-long sessions on a variety of topics, from the art of teaching mindfulness to feminine leadership.
Creativity, connection, and conversation about spiritual community, civic life, and their work to help build the spiritual foundation for a loving world.
Take part in experiential dives focusing on sustainable transformation, increasing leadership presence, connecting personal change to social transformation, and more.
This intimate room will allow you to ask questions and interact with the conference presenters.
Come join some of your favorite mindfulness teachers in a space dedicated to mindfulness practice.
Yoga, Dance, Chi-gong and more to move your body.
After a long day of learning, connecting and communicating, let loose at one of our parties!
Host or join one of our Birds of a Feather dinners. These are independently hosted dinners focusing on a core subject matter.
The energy at Wisdom 2.0 is incredible, and the audience keeps building and I think it’s catching on that mindfulness is an important practice in everything we do.
When I think of Wisdom 2.0, I think of the most powerful teachers in the world, that are gathered in one place.
Wisdom 2.0 is definitely one of my favorite, if not my most favorite event, I’ve been to yet.
Wisdom 2.0 addresses the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology, but to do so in ways that are beneficial to our own well-being, effective in our work, and useful to the world.
Through our series of conferences, meet-ups, and workshops, Wisdom 2.0 strives to bring this conversation to the world in an accessible, innovative, and inclusive way.
Featured in the New York Times, Wired, Fast Company, Huffington Post, Financial Times, Forbes and many other business magazines, the Wisdom 2.0 Summit has sparked an ardent discussion in Silicon Valley, New York business circles, and in communities around the globe of the value of mindfulness in our high-speed, interconnected age.