About spirituality and meaning
Maybe the word “spirituality” makes you imagine hippies in sackcloth sitting together in a circle and talking about their feelings. However, we are concerned here with the entire world of life and work, which nowadays often seems completely soulless: people are locked into automated processes like cogwheels and anyone who does not run smoothly is removed.
Recently, however, more and more “serious” business people in suits are realising that remaining successful in this increasingly complex system requires new perspectives. Being aware of the meaning of one’s own activities and having access to one‘s emotions are becoming increasingly important in this context. After all, those who learn to reconnect with their own and others’ emotions can deal more empathetically with challenges and together find solutions that could not be achieved cognitively on their own.
Those who develop their own spirituality can establish an active connection to themselves and all life and draw from this an enormous strength and motivation for their work.
Our task as bridge builders is to shape our lives and our work in a holistic and sustainable way and thus open up new paths for other people. We do not have ready-made solutions for this — but we do have tools that have been tried and tested in practice! We use them to build examples that combine technology and intelligence with empathy and meaning. In this way, we transform rigid cogwheel systems into organically growing living environments.