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IG 21-02 Alexander Laszlo, Humaning Well in 2021

Ignite your heart and soul with Sara Troy and her guest Alexander Laszlo, on air from January 12th

My “why” that brings me alive and into service of life and the world. I want to learn how to human well. It appears to me that we, as a species, are not humaning very well at present. What does it mean to be a true expression of the universe, to express our full cosmic potential? This is my quest, which is captured in my forthcoming book, Syntony Sense: Evolutionary Intuition for World Changers. Of course, the real joy is in humaning well together. If you’ve ever seen a murmuration of starlings, whirling with exquisite grace and unity in the evening sky, you can imagine what it would be like to dance this way with all of creation, from moment to moment.

Here’s a blog article ( and a journalarticle(Living_Systems_Seeing_Systems_Being_Systems_Learning_tobe_the_systemswewish_to_see_in_the_world) that capture the essence of this quest and provide some guidance for others who may be similarly questing. In terms of who I am, I would describe myself as a researcher, professor, martial artist, punster. Expressions of Ubuntu and empathy fascinate me so I study them at the nexus of holistic being, transcendent consciousness, and curated emergence. My work focuses on the praxis of evolutionary systems design (ESD), systemic innovation for thrivability, and syntony as an organizing force in social evolution. I am also is President of the Bertalanffy Center for the Study of Systems Science (BCSSS), Research Director at the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research (LINPR), Global Ambassador of Global Education Futures (GEF), and author of over a hundred publications in journals, books, and encyclopedias on systems design and social ecosystems.

My name is Alexander Laszlo (Dr. or Professor, if you want to be formal) but generally, I go by Alexander (not Alex). My best professional eMail address is (℅ the Bertalanffy Center).

For a more formal accounting, you can check the following Wikipedia entry:

Bertalanffy Center:

Alexander’s contribution

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