Earthquake, Tsunami, Nuclear

February 16, 2012

Japan Earthquake, Japan Tsunami and Japan Nuclear Power Plant  provide an Opportunity for Societal or National Transformation

The analysis of crisis on this website begins with Japan because of the severity of the crisis (timing is critical in crisis and the desire for change) and because of the great courage the Japanese have shown in the face of a triple disaster (japan earthquake, japan tsunami, japan nuclear).

Kesennuma boat chaos

The nature of the articles on this section is humanistic, philosophical, cultural and psychological.   As media attention on the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis can be often short-lived and short-sighted, articles presented here are are meant to incite the Japanese to continue a narrative on the nature of the crisis and the opportunity crisis provides for societal or national transformation.


Nathalie Ishizuka

About the Author

Nathalie Ishizuka

Nathalie Ishizuka, a Franco-Japanese from New York, is Director of the Movement Beyond Our Best: Re-inventing Ourselves Silently. She is a meditation coach accompanying visionaries committed to changing themselves with tested techniques of meditation and one area of competence beyond a previous best.