European Realities and Planetary Consciousness

I was invited to the 6th International Scientific Conference European Realities  which dealt with interdisciplinary reflection and analysis of cultural, educational, artistic and scientific policies in the European context, as well as their consequences on specific aspects of contemporary social and cultural environment. The conference was organized by the Academy of Arts and Culture in Osijek.

I am grateful for having opportunity to deliver a plenary lecture on  Planet-centric awareness as a leverage for Social morphogenesis towards a sustainability. My presentation was framed with the question, how can we as human, society make a change and contribute to a better, sustainable future.

The call of our times echoes not only through the corridors of academia but reverberates across the globe—a call to awaken to the urgent realities of our planet’s plight. We stand at a pivotal juncture where our actions today will shape the trajectory of generations to come.

At the heart of my lecture lies the concept of planet-centric awareness—a paradigm shift that beckons us to transcend narrow perspectives and embrace the interconnectedness of all life on Earth. Planet-centric awareness embodies a holistic understanding of our planet as a dynamic, interdependent system—one where the health of ecosystems is inexorably linked to the well-being of humanity.

Why does planet-centric awareness matter, you may ask? The answer lies in the stark realities we face—a rapidly changing climate, biodiversity loss, environmental degradation, and the profound impacts on human health and livelihoods.

In the face of these challenges, planet-centric awareness serves as our compass, guiding us towards solutions that are not only sustainable but equitable and just.

As scientists, researchers, policymakers, and global citizens, we bear a collective responsibility to heed the call of planet-centric awareness. It is incumbent upon us to bridge the gap between knowledge and action—to translate our understanding of the intricate workings of the natural world into meaningful change.

At the conference, I had the opportunity to meet wonderful people, with great inner power and strength to make a difference in our social order.

And, nonetheless, I was walking amidst the streets of Osijek, a beautiful city, endowed with abundant trees, and green areas. Instead of parking places, you can see amazing arboreal beings, full of light. I was able to sense interesting ethereal beings, elementals with hybrid vibrations. They are simultaneously wild and free on the one hand, and urban on the other. For me, this is a wonderful example, of how can we all cohabit in a urban environment.

Here you can see the programme of the conference:


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