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The Wisdom School

OUR STORY: WHO WE ARE

Since 1996, The Wisdom School of Ubiquity University has evolved through various forms in offering Masters and Doctoral degrees in wisdom traditions. We base our teaching on a diversity of ancient and modern wisdom traditions, together with the new sciences, and a commitment to intellectual discernment and creative expression. We serve as a catalytic agent expanding the frontiers of learning within the larger framework of a Living and Conscious Universe — one in which humans actively and collaboratively co-create a world in which all sentient beings can thrive. We invite you to join our endeavor.

ENERGY FROM OUR STUDENTS…

“The verb fulfilling does not do justice to my experience at The Wisdom School. Being a student at TWS has been a profound, life-transforming experience. I am deeply grateful to the faculty, staff, and students of this remarkable institution!”

—Juan Carlos Arean

“I am currently in the Eco-Spiritual Mentoring program—we who are training to be eco-spiritual mentors guiding others in soul-work to follow their soul path. This program, and The Wisdom School itself, lays a map and a path for those seeking to reach beyond the psychic and social limitations set forth in our modern society and culture. My goal through my training, is to become part of a council of elders who care for the soul of their community. Preparing young people for rites-of-passage, working with adults on their soul journeys, and maintaining a balanced relationship with the more-than-human community.”

—Victoria Moore

“Since becoming a graduate student at The Wisdom School, I have expanded my mind and heart in ways I could never have imagined. I have been given a deeper connection to the natural earth and have been provided the encouragement and course work to support my on-going desire to become an Eco-spiritual Mentor. This education is preparing me to be an elder and a leader in a World where humans need to “step-up.”  I am forever grateful I made the decision to become a student.”

—Cathy Williams