Digital Innovations for Healing Initiative

Digital Innovations for Healing initiative

The Digital Innovations for Healing Initiative is a global group of thought leaders dedicated to understanding the role of mindfulness, meditation and nature in leadership. The cultural expectation is that we stay technologically interconnected at all times, but our digital dependency makes us less connected to each other, to nature and ultimately to ourselves. As we shape the technological landscape of the future, it’s critical we realize that creativity and innovation come from focused, healthy minds.

 
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Louie Schwartzberg
UNITED STATES

Initiative Chair

Louie Schwartzberg, Founder, Moving Art, United States
Louie Schwartzberg is the only cinematographer in the world who has been shooting time-lapse 24/7 continuously for well over three decades, mastering the art of filmmaking in his quest to uncover the mysteries of the living universe, the secrets of nature, and the heart of the human soul. Through his company Moving Art, Louie brings his stunning time-lapse and nature cinematography to audiences as diverse as The United Nations, TED, NASA, Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday, and 3D IMAX theaters worldwide. His film “What’s Possible”, directed by Lyn Lear and narrated by Morgan Freeman, recently opened the United Nations Global Climate Summit in New York.  He is currently developing a web series on gratitude with the John Templeton Foundation.

 

initiative Members

Lyn Lear
UNITED STATES

Stacy Conlon
UNITED STATES

Pamela Peeke, MD
UNITED STATES

Thom Hartmann
UNITED STATES

Kathy Van Ness
UNITED STATES

Keith Holden, MD
UNITED STATES


Our activities (objectives/goals) include:

  • This initiative goal is to pursue a holistic connection between technology and mindfulness, demonstrating that we do not have to sacrifice our mental or physical health to succeed in this digitally-dominated world.

Some of the specific tasks of the group include:

  • This initiative will uncover innovative solutions for leveraging technology to bring us closer to our true selves, validating that our hyper-connected culture can provide us with more access, tools and structure to become focused and cultivate mindfulness.