Carlo Monsanto Chunderbalsingh
I am an original thinker, international director of IOLEE Ecosystem, and an academic researcher affiliated with the Ronin Institute in New Jersey, USA. As a result of a profoundly harmonizing process, I have discovered that adverse (childhood) experiences reduce the self-organizing nature of affective processing. This results in patterns of adverse reactions associated with among others control, fear, sadness, and rejection that alter affect, cognition and physiology. I have used this knowledge to create and systematize a framework for first-person (intrinsic) learning and research called the Inside Out Learning Experience Ecosystem (IOLEE). IOLEE offers a process by which participants are able to study in more detail the perspectival change, locus of control, (in)coherence, dynamics, and fundamental linguistic organization associated with (the lack of) affective processing. I train facilitators within the network that IOLEE Ecosystem provides, and offer guidance to researchers in studying this innovative area.
Due to a variety of life experiences, I became entrenched from a young age in the pursuit of deeper self-awareness and understanding of the human condition. I have a Master’s in organizational systems with a focus on pedagogical application, a Bachelor's cum laude in cultural anthropology, and independent studies in transpersonal psychology, trauma resolution, education theory, and philosophy. My goals are to offer empowering internal frameworks to educators and students (K-12), with the hope of shaping a new educational paradigm – one that truly prepares our children for living life, improving both its quality and potential. I am currently contributing to IOLEE as an ambassador of its methodology and a guide in its development as a curriculum. I believe in IOLEE's capacity among other things, to effectively guide children to develop trauma/conflict resolution skills early in life and thus, better traverse life’s difficult passages. I am also author of the upcoming book, Song Of The Child in which I further explore this vision and its affect on social evolution.
Sunil Prem Lekhi
Since childhood, Sunil wondered at the mysteries of creation and its creator and has spent most of his life striving to get to “the source.” From ashrams in India to international workshops on spiritual wisdom, Sunil has accumulated a substantial base of knowledge about the causes and cures of suffering. He finds iolee to be an extremely effective, yet simple, way of healing life’s hurts – both conscious, sub-conscious and unconscious. Sunil is also passionate about values-based education with children of all ages and has been designing curriculums and teaching classes for the last 15 years.
Sunil earned a Masters in Computer Science and Global Professional MBA in marketing and finance. He has over a decade of experience working at Wall Street and owning his own business. He loves to help.