Oneness in Twelve Spheres of Life

Oneness in Twelve Spheres of Life

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The Twelve Spheres are presented in alphabetical order.

Click on any of the following sphere names to read more about that sphere: Arts, Economics, Education, Environment, Governance, Health, Infrastructure, Justice, Media, Relations, Science, Spirituality.

The launch of the Humanity’s Team Oneness in Twelve Spheres of Life Initiative forms part of the launch of our Global Oneness Campaign in 2008. With our Oneness Programs well established, this initiative enables us to take Oneness to the next step: to ensure that Oneness is grounded in all spheres of life.

  • The Humanity’s Team Oneness in Twelve Spheres of Life initiative is based on the Wheel of Co-Creation and the ’12 around 1’ model of Barbara Marx Hubbard (Birth 2012) ; a powerful representation of the whole-system shift. The twelve societal spheres comprise the full list of the basic functions of any community. The ’12 around 1’ principle can be seen as representing the stability in nature, and is the basis of the concept of ‘tensegrity’ pioneered by Buckminster Fuller.
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  • In the development of our initiative, we were also inspired by the ideas, thinking, and concepts of the Thrive Movement and Ken Wilber (Integral Approach /Theory of Everything). All three of these leaders can be said to have a mixture of a scientific, intellectual, spiritual, activism, and grassroots focus. 

Please find a link to the summaries of our Research Analysis that includes the main ideas of all three these leaders at the bottom of this page.
  • Oneness is strengthened and expanded in all spheres through the appreciation of all the Main Statements and Initiatives of Humanity’s Team:


In the development of our initiative, we were also inspired by the ideas, thinking, and concepts of the Thrive Movement and Ken Wilber (Integral Approach /Theory of Everything). All three of these leaders can be said to have a mixture of a scientific, intellectual, spiritual, activism, and grassroots focus. 
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