The Homo Universalis Project

How are humans evolving at this time? What development and evolutionary processes are underway? How might the complex and unpredictable nature of the meta-crisis be a birthing crucible for new permissions and developments, urging us to make yet another evolutionary leap towards becoming a more universal human?


In this series with Aviv Shahar, Karen Heney and Kyriaki Nikandrou, we allow ourselves to imagine and explore the capacities, character traits, and new sense organs we can develop to update our operating system. We introduce you to the 1000 faces of Homo Universalis, with the hope that you may recognize and appreciate the potential and the promise of some of them inside you.

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Aviv Shahar

Kyriaki Nikandrou

Karen Heney

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The Three Journeys Introduction (Part 1)

The Three Journeys Introduction (Part 1)

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The Portals Backstory

The Portals Backstory

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Out From a State of Knowing and Perceiving

Out From a State of Knowing and Perceiving

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Cosmology of Traces & Discoveries

Cosmology of Traces & Discoveries

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