Religion & Spirituality

Inner Landscapes Activists' Community-of-practice, Part I.

Pamela Boyce Simms

The Inner Landscapes Activists’ Community-of-Practice seeks to democratize and operationalize sustained “mystical experience” in service to movement-buildingMystics worldwide describe accessing and obtaining guidance from the undifferentiated field of consciousness as the ultimate state of bliss. The Activists' community-of-practice takes the mystery [but not the awesomeness] out of "mystical." 

cross-posted from the Center for Humans & Nature

“And we are put on this earth a little space that we might learn to bear the beams of love.”
–William Blake

This is my story of how water led me to become conscious of the inter-connectedness of all life.

Movements & Struggles: 
Practices, Tools & Strategies: 
Matthew Slater sums up his experiences visiting European ecovillages. He considers their strengths and presents questions aimed at addressing the lack of financing and true economic alternatives within the ecovillage movement.
Regions: 
Practices, Tools & Strategies: 

Re-imagining ‘church’

Institutions & Structures: 
Visions & Models: 
Economic Sectors: 

Listen to this, from the NYTimes:

 "All faiths are welcome to eat a free lunch daily at the Golden Temple, the holiest shrine for Sikhs, in Amritsar, India."

 "Soupy lentils, three and a third tons of them, bubble away in vast cauldrons, stirred by bearded, barefoot men wielding wooden spoons the size of canoe paddles. The pungent, savory bite wafting through the air comes from 1,700 pounds of onions and 132 pounds of garlic, sprinkled with 330 pounds of fiery red chilies.  It is lunchtime at what may be the world’s largest free eatery, the langar, or community kitchen at this city’s glimmering Golden Temple..."

Listen to this, from the NYTimes:

 "All faiths are welcome to eat a free lunch daily at the Golden Temple, the holiest shrine for Sikhs, in Amritsar, India."

 "Soupy lentils, three and a third tons of them, bubble away in vast cauldrons, stirred by bearded, barefoot men wielding wooden spoons the size of canoe paddles. The pungent, savory bite wafting through the air comes from 1,700 pounds of onions and 132 pounds of garlic, sprinkled with 330 pounds of fiery red chilies.  It is lunchtime at what may be the world’s largest free eatery, the langar, or community kitchen at this city’s glimmering Golden Temple..."

Putting christian principles of justice and love into economic action.
Visions & Models: 
Economic Sectors: 
The Holy See calls for an international trade system built on "solidarity and subsidiary."
Economic Sectors: 
An economics of abundance and justice, rooted in Judeo-Christian sacred texts.
Visions & Models: 
Economic Sectors: 
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