Our steadfast intent is to make a real difference to individuals, teams and organisations by meeting everyone where they are at, and by crafting bespoke solutions that are fit-for-purpose. We have a vast set of skills and tools at our disposal, and where we don’t have what is required, it most certainly exists within our associate network.
A Great Need
Of a great need
We are all holding hands
Not loving is a letting go.
The terrain around here
Poem by Hafiz
Photo by Don Pinnock
We live in wild, dangerous, complex and exciting times. Who we are and what we do as human beings (over the next few years) has probably never been as significant in the history of our species.
The origin of the name Omnicentre
The name was inspired by the cosmologist Brian Swimme’s book The hidden heart of the cosmos, published in 1996 and conversations on the matter with Marlaine’s dear friend, collaborator and guide, Colin Campbell.
“That which blossomed forth as cosmic egg fifteen billion years ago now blossoms as oneself, as one’s family, as one’s community of living beings, as our blue planet, as our ocean of galaxy clusters.”
“To enter the omnicentric unfolding universe is to taste the joy of radical relational mutuality. For we know this body of ours could have been a giant sequoia. We know in a simple and direct way that we share the essence of and so easily could have been a migrating pelican. Our astonishment at existence becomes indestructible, and we are home again in the cosmos as we reach the conviction that we could have been an asteroid, or molten lava, or a man, or a woman…. “
“The centre of the cosmos is every event in the cosmos. Each person lives at the center of the cosmos. The actual origin of the universe is where you live your life. Each being in the universe is an origin of the universe”.