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What is Wisdom 2 0?

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. For over 10 years, we’ve brought together teachers, founders, and experts to share their wisdom on mindfulness in our high-speed, interconnected age.

Who’s speaking at wisdom 2022?

Join us for the premier conference exploring living ancient wisdom in modern times, Wisdom 2.0 2022 April 7 – 8th in Silicon Valley. We are happy to welcome some incredible speakers, including Jon Kabat-Zinn, Yung Pueblo (Diego Perez), Shelly Tygielski, Jack Kornfield, and more ..

What are the core practices at Wisdom 2?

A core practice at Wisdom 2.0 is mindfulness, living in the present moment. Throughout the day, there are practices and talks focused on cultivating this essential quality. Another core focus of Wisdom 2.0 is wisdom, and living with intention and purpose in our digital world.

Who are the speakers at virtual wisdom?

Join us live for two full days with leading speakers, such as mindfulness teacher Jon Kabat-Zinn, #metoo founder Tarana Burke, Tristan Harris of the Social Dilemma, Arianna Huffington, and many more. You can view all speakers here and the full schedule here. Thank you for joining us for our first-ever Virtual Wisdom 2.0!


Inner Work

Even in a community as contemplative as the one gathered in San Francisco, the stresses and anxieties of our world weigh heavily. Political polarization and separation, global warming, and the uncertain impact of COVID-19 all came up during the Wisdom 2.0 sessions.


The world needs the benefits that flow from our daily practices, or as senior teacher Jack Kornfield put it, “We become still and right action comes from that.” One of the most inspiring displays of right action came from Liliane Umuhoza, founder of the Women’s Genocide Survivors Retreat, who said, “When we share, we connect.


The core objective of Wisdom 2.0 is to promote genuine human connection and belonging. We are acutely aware of the evidence showing the epidemic of loneliness in our society today. Dr.

Compassionate Leadership

These principles: do the inner work, engage in the world, and make human connections are core elements of the Center for Compassionate Leadership’s model and aligns with our perspective to build compassion from the inside out.


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