Foster Gamble’s quest took two paths: a scientific journey and an exploration of the human potential to navigate through the challenges threatening our survival. In his search for a way out of our demise, Foster trained and taught in Aikido – the non-violent martial art. He created a training and technology company, MindCenter, and Interaction Dynamics, a program for mastering skills in communication and conflict resolution. He combined Aikido energy principles and mind fitness techniques in Zonesport Training, which helped athletes to enhance their performance.
He also developed LifeBalance addressing the challenge of balancing one’s personal, family and professional lives. Foster’s exploration of “living geometry” came to fruition in 1997 when he co-convened the Sequoia Symposium, a multi-disciplinary scientific think tank exploring perspectives on “Unification Theory.” There, the primary energy patterning of the universe was clarified and recognized as a blueprint for designing sustainable technologies and social systems. This discovery represents the convergence of science and the evolution of consciousness that Foster set out to explore as a young man, and is the “code” featured in his documentary film, THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take? Foster lives in California with his wife Kimberly Carter Gamble, the co-creator of THRIVE.