At Lumo, we believe new times require renewal and detachment, with gratitude and honor to the past. This is the way we chose to celebrate Lumo’s 5 years.
The signs of the Consciousness Age in which we live show that information is no longer power nor differentiation. The path to human development is in sharing, in exchange, in collective learning in response to the different applications in the most diverse contexts. We understand that the differential is in experience, in the coherence between discourse and practice and in the constant search for (self)development.
Daniel Burkhard, Adigo Consultores’ founder, has always emphasized that archetypes inspired by Anthroposophy belong to nobody, and should be made available to the world, free from royalties or use rights. Coherently, Daniel is today dedicated to a new movement, the “School of Altruism“, which we support.
The purpose of the Lumo Collection is to make available the contents we work with, originating from the NPI (Nederlands Pedagogish Instituut), Adigo Consultores (whose legacy we share), Lumo and our partners, so that they become a source of inspiration and transformation for individuals, groups and organizations of any nature and size, to build a better, more humane and healthier world.
The texts are illustrated with the flip charts used in our respective lectures. The contents will be made available gradually, including English and Spanish versions of the themes we mostly work on in clients.
We will communicate the new additions to the Lumo Collection through our website and pages on Facebook and LinkedIn.
By registering your e-mail to download the contents, if you authorize, you will be informed about new Lumo Collection contents and other Lumo initiatives.
We would like to thank all those who contributed directly and indirectly to the building of the Lumo Collection:
Daniel Burkhard, pioneer of anthroposophic-based consulting in Brazil, to whom we dedicate the Lumo Collection.
Our former associates from Adigo Consultores, who gave life to this legacy: Jair Moggi, Alberto Barros, Bernhard Walzberg, Luiz Antonio Chaves, Jaime Moggi, Paulo Henrique Ferro and Adma Garzeri.
Gudrun Burkhard, an anthroposophical physician and pioneer of biographical work in Brazil, our eternal mentor and source of inspiration.
Escola Livre de Estudos Biográficos, anthroposophical source that nurtured the development of many contents.
Our colleagues from the ASD (Association for Social Development), who on their visits to Brazil contributed important concepts such as Annemarie van der Meer, Fritz Glasl, Gordon Collins, Joachim Ziegler, and Kathelijne Drenth.
Luciana Sion, designer of the present visual identity of much of the material in this assemblage.
We hope you to make a good use of the Lumo Collection in building ever more enlightened paths!
Vera, Selim, João, Silvia and Paula
Lumo’s founding partners