“In Abundance there is no poverty – In Wellness, there is no disease
In Enlightenment, there is no ignorance”
~ Mark Stephen Chasan
The AWE Institute was formed to fulfill a dream of great transformation and new possibilities to create a world of A.W.E. – Abundance, Wellness & Enlightenment.
This is a global dream that affects all life, from the starving children in the poorest countries, to those of us who have Internet access, the ability to read, and our basic needs met. This is a dream about human potential, healing, regeneration and rebirth.
AWE Institute’s mission is to reawaken our appreciation of the magnificent beauty of our planet and the potential of humankind to rise to an equal magnificence and beauty by creating a world of A.W.E. – Abundance, Wellness & Enlightenment. A world that is peaceful, just, and loving inhabited by humans that are environmentally conscious and socially responsible stewards of regeneration that create an abundant planet for this and future generations.
Scientists have mathematically proven that we live in a universe of infinite possibilities, yet we spend so much of our time, vision, resources and energy problem- solving to preserve the status quo. We too often engage in “fighting against” challenges rather than embracing our challenges to create a new world that serves humanity and the planet.
Rather than “ending poverty” we can “create a world of abundance.” Rather than “fighting disease,” AWE believes we can “create a world of wellness.” And rather than “warring against terror,” we can bring forth enlightenment that shines so bright that the darkness of war, killing, prejudice, fear, hatred, greed, and injustice dissolves into the light of unity consciousness creating a world that is loving, creative, harmonious, generous and beautiful.
Please consider making a donation to The AWE Institute. You can make checks payable to ISI with “AWE Institute” included in the memo and send checks to ISI:
101 Brookwood Ave. Ste #204
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Pam Campbell joined ISI in the summer of 2013, and became ISI Project Director in January 2014. Pam’s previous career was in healthcare administration. Her life-long interest in sustainability and environmental issues led her to ISI. Pam shares her UC Berkeley Alma Mater with Dr. Cole, and holds a Masters degree in Public Administration, University of San Francisco.