Into The Future
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a "blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all". The SDGs were set up in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly (UN-GA) and are intended to be achieved by 2030.
At SpiroVerse, we believe that the evolution of consciousness, together with the modern technologies of web3, have the greatest potential to motivate the behaviors necessary for social impact, while providing greater transparency to achieve SDGs.
At SpiroVerse we believe that the human consciousness is our greatest collective resource and our most valuable asset. In the coming decades, there will be a rapid collective raising of consciousness, thus the level of consciousness is already now the most valuable “currency” of the future.
Imagine that you have access to monitoring, processing, upgrading and secure storage of your consciousness.
Our present-day education system is based on the Industrial Revolution Model, where it focuses explicitly on memorization and standardization – skills that will be expeditiously superseded by artificial and augmented intelligence. IQ alone isn’t adequate today, and it stands to be less so in the future.
At SpiroVerse, we believe that the need for the current and upcoming future generation is an educational system that seamlessly blends IQ (intelligence) + EQ (emotional intelligence) + RQ (Resilience Intelligence) + SQ (Soulful Intelligence). A combination critical to unleashing a disciple’s potential.
Children these days are still missing out on the education needed to live fulfilling, meaningful, and soulful lives. To participate in and contribute to the world economy and, most of all, to benefit the planet. This matter is close to our hearts, and SpiroVerse takes it seriously.
"The power of understanding is not about the attainment but about the journey of the reunion with one’s soul. For our senses allow us to think that we are experiencing the outside, but in reality we are not. We only tend to experience the outside once we understand the experience within, only then are we enlightened."
with love and gratitude, Artem Spiro