Our Story

Peacebeam evolved in the Transformative tech space and is a London based digital publisher working at the intersection of technology, wellbeing and wisdom.

We create heart activating material for busy, stressed, overwhelmed people. Give us 5 minutes and we will fill it with peace and kindness.

Want to know more? See the extended version at the bottom of the page.

Who We Are

Our team is made up of four inspiring women Jane, Rachel, Karis and Georgie.

While we all met in London we now work remotely out of London, Melbourne and Wellington to deliver Peacebeam content to the world. We also have some dedicated contributors in Emily Rose Barr and Annalisa Grova who work their magic on blogs and producing our Peacebeams in Italian.

We understand that every thought, word and action shapes the world we live in and believe every human has the power to become an agent for change.

This moment in history is the return of the power of the feminine - in both men and women - we are proud to be part of that history. 


Meet the Team


Our History

Peacebeam was founded in 2016 by Jane Murray with the intention of getting people back in touch with their innate nature of kindness and empathy.  A lawyer and venture capitalist for 20 years by day, philosophy student and teacher by night, Jane started Peacebeam because she saw that despite the growing popularity of mindfulness, meditation and other wisdom practices, the day to day interactions with modern life can still leave us feeling stressed, anxious and disconnected from each other.

Peacebeam has always been about rebuilding connection in a digitised world.

We are immensely proud that we have maintained this philosophy in our implementation. Our founding team has grown Peacebeam remotely and digitally from the very beginning. We are comprised of individuals located all over the world. Some of us are yet to meet! Our backgrounds, ages and cultures are incredibly diverse and yet we are able to come together remotely and work in harmony. On a small scale we are leading the way of being the change we wish to see in the world and, without blowing our own trumpet, well, we think that’s pretty darn cool.

We know that most of us can feel peaceful if we have a quiet moment to ourselves, but its much harder to feel that way if we are being squashed in the tube, have had a row with a loved one or are dealing with a difficult situation at work. 

At Peacebeam we believe that in these moments of chronic stress we need our kindness and empathy the most, but that it’s also in these moments that they are hardest to access.