Spacebook is for

establishing open awareness

tapping into creativity and intuition

releasing stress and negative emotions

accessing a peaceful and resourceful state

promoting self discovery, growth and integration

cultivating a sense of interconnection and belonging


This website is brand new and still in its inception. It went live on September 1st, 2018. We probably should have done a lot more work before announcing this to the world, but we had ants in our pants and couldn’t wait. 

Spacebook Pioneers - Jevon, Jade, Jana, Jalou
Spacebook Pioneers – Jevon, Jade, Jana, Jalou

Spacebook is currently being created by Jevon Dangeli, Jana Allmrodt and their two little angels with the aim to promote open awareness around the world. In reality, Jana and Jevon hope that everyone will love the Spacebook idea and share the love widely, so that they can feel that they have made a positive difference in the world 😉

Spacebooking involves listening to one of the Open Awareness recordings, or doing a Jumi (judo mind) sequence, and then reflecting on  your experience and writing down and/or drawing what the it means to you, including ideas that come to mind and any actions that you feel inspired to take.

The Spacebook

The Spacebook is (will be) a physical book! We’re planning three different books – designed for kids, teenagers and adults. Each book will provide the means for the Spacebooker to learn and integrate open awareness into their lives.

Kids can draw a picture in their Spacebook during each session, following the guidance of ‘Spacebook Sam‘ who appears on each page of the book – encouraging kids to enjoy using their Spacebook on a regular basis. Jana and Jevon incorporate spacebooking in their integral approach to parenting and the home/travel education that they provide to their two children.

The Spacebook will include tips to make best use of the book, with day by day guidelines and motivation to keep using it regularly, along with inspirational quotes to uplift your spacebooking journey.

Spacebooking is a form of journaling, but with the addition of facilitated  open awareness sessions and related resources to stimulate and enrich the process. Our aim is to make journaling fun for kids, appealing and constructive for teenagers, and to serve adults as a meaningful and stimulating process.

Read more about the book

Spacebooking can be helpful for problem solving, brain storming, gaining creative inspiration, dealing with issues like stress, anxiety, fear, loss or transition, as well as for resolving trauma (with the support of a Licensed Open Awareness Facilitator).

The skills and practices that constitute open awareness were developed by Jevon to help his clients (in coaching and therapy) resolve stress, anxiety and performance issues, prevent burnout, and establish mindful resourcefulness.

Spacebook provides the means for kids, teens and adults to learn open awareness skills, and to integrate this mindful and resourceful state into their lives.

Spacebook is Approved by the International Association of Coaches, Therapists & Mentors (IACTM) Spacebook resources

The Spacebook resources are free and available in three categories: kids, teenagers and adults.

Each category includes guided processes (video and audio recordings) and short posts in which open awareness skills are shared.

The Spacebook Challenge (SC) involves committing to daily spacebooking for 5, 10, 30, 60, 180, or 365 days. At the end of each week and month, and at the end of your selected period, you are encouraged to read all your entries and to reflect on what this reveals about you and what you have learned about yourself as a result of the process.

The SC App is something that we would like to have developed for Spacebookers to be able to structure and regulate their SC. We are currently seeking a sponsor or partner to have a SC App developed. Feel free to contact us if this interests you, or if know of a potential sponsor or partner.

The physical Spacebook is still being created and will be for sale as soon as it is available (hopefully during 2019). Join the Spacebook group on Facebook to stay updated.