Worldview Journeys

is an interactive platform offering transformative, science-based learning tools, programs, and trajectories that bring awareness to our worldviews ~ the ‘big stories’ through which humans make sense of their experience and world.

Our tools and programs can be used online and live, by individuals and with groups.

Expected outcomes

Worldviews have profound creative and world-shaping powers. Through exploring our individual and collective worldviews, our ‘journeys’ empower people to:

  • Take perspective on their perspective
  • Broaden their horizon
  • Question ingrained assumptions
  • Clarify values and ideas
  • Communicate across differences
  • Leverage different perspectives
  • Enjoy learning from and with each other

Take the test!

  • Test: What’s your worldview?
  • Based on academic research
  • For anyone interested!
  • Takes only 10 minutes
  • Immediate results
  • Data are anonymous
  • Insight into your worldview

Culture scan

  • Explore your group’s worldviews!
  • Based on academic research
  • Easy to use with any group
  • Supports live interaction and learning
  • Useful for analytic purposes
  • Data are anonymous
  • For education, training, events, etc.

Key features

  • Interactive and engaging

    Our journeys support exploration and interaction, engagement and deep learning, in both online and real-world settings.

  • Science-based

    Our journeys are based in academic research, including worldview-research, psychology, educational theory, and sustainability science.

  • Customizable

    Our journeys can be used in different settings and contexts, and adapted to meet the needs of your community.

  • Easy to use

    Our journeys are fully supported with video’s and PDF’s, lesson plans and adaptable presentations, keeping preparation time low.

  • Serving the larger whole

    Our journeys invite participants into wider perspectives that serve the whole.

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The group worldview is now free to use!

In our current post-truth, corona-ridden, climate-battered, and profoundly polarized world, our worldviews seem to be more in turmoil than ever before. People are fighting ~ online and offline ~ about what’s true, what’s important, and how to move forward. It seems hard to agree on anything these days.

What do politics tell us about our worldviews?

Understanding our polarized political landscape requires us to take a long, deep look at our worldviews. Guest blog published in Scientific American, June 28th 2016. Brexit, Trump, the Bernie Sanders phenomenon, and more can be explained by examining evolving categories of fundamental beliefs. Historians often look at society with the aim of seeing larger, overarching patterns […]

Fostering worldview-sensitive communications

I recently wrote a guest blog for Scientific American. In this piece I argue that we need to rethink how we communicate about meat consumption reduction, which is one of the most effective ways to tackle climate change. As my own research shows, people still don’t get the link between meat consumption and climate change. […]

“The survival of mankind will depend on the ability of people who think differently to act together.”

“The fate of humanity is entirely dependent on its moral development.”

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

“A man’s mind stretched to a new idea never goes back to its original dimensions.”

“Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.”