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We Strengthen Peace and Compassion in Higher Education through Integrative Inquiry

Integrative Inquiry is the process of integrating the knowledge gained from research, course learning, and book learning with the wisdom gained from intuition, sensing, and the mindful experiencing of emotions with the ability to embrace the unknown.  With the ability to integrate multiple sources of information through generative questions and other training methodologies, participants of the integrative inquiry curriculum are given the ability to regulate stress and creatively problem solve while experiencing ambiguity. This all leads to the promotion of peace and compassion through conscious choice-making.

We offer Integrative Inquiry which promotes:

1) emotional intelligence
2) conscious choice making among leaders
3) overall well-being
4) resilience
5) student success
6) compassion
7) mindfulness and peace

WE NOW OFFER INQUIRY AS A MOBILE APP! With a 10 minute or less daily commitment, you can enjoy a program to better understand yourself and your intentions, lower your stress, increase well being and foster compassion for others. Six week inquiry, mindfulness & meditation course for only $15!! Contact us for information on how to sign up!

AVAILABLE NOW! The Neuroscience of Learning and Development: Enhancing Creativity, Compassion, Critical Thinking, and Peace in Higher Education - This book presents the science that informs key learning and development constructs plausibly missing from today’s educational systems. In addition this book presents the science that informs the practice of compassion and peace – the science that explains the very real benefits of intentional movement and mindful inquiry. Learn more or order....

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"Coming from a neuroscience major, I took this class as a skeptic...I really liked how Dr. Bresciani Ludvik specifically went into the science behind the program and how it would benefit me personally."
~ Matthew Evrard, Higher Leadership Program Graduate Student, SDSU


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