It is today that we have to create the world of the future.
The inspirer of this project was Lama Thubten Yeshe (1935-1984), who saw the need for an education that favors the development of human potential in its fullness, in a modern, secular and globalized world. He gave it the name ‘Universal Education’.
In 1982, at an international congress in Italy, attended by personalities from the world of education, psychotherapy, peace studies, and prominent spiritual leaders such as S.S. The Dalai Lama, Lama Thubten Yeshe said the following:
«The world needs a renewed education, because the current one no longer connects with the intelligence of contemporary society. (…) if you change your vision of reality, reality changes. Therefore, knowing yourself, your psychology, your body … means educating yourself. That is universal education.
And I believe that all that can be communicated in a universal language, because all nations, cultures, religions and philosophies contain a great heritage of wisdom, and that wisdom can be used to create a universal education.