You’re invited to join the movement and spread the word about Fantastic Fungi Day! With focus around some of the most pressing issues of our time, the film Fantastic Fungi is creating an opportunity to inspire and educate people all over the world and is being used as a catalyst to bring community together. Join the Mycelium Network; host a screening and catalyse conversation and community networking….just like mycelium does!
By Karen McAllister
I wonder what comes up for you when asked that question? Maybe you respond, “Of course, our non-profit is still a business!” Or maybe instead, “Spiritual values are important. I don’t like to think about money.” There are so many possible responses. Imagine for a moment that an entire range of beliefs and opinions are running through your team, all unspoken, and playing out in your organisation in a myriad of ways. How does this impact our ability to serve the transformation of consciousness? [Read more…]
A letter from our dear friend Dr. (Mrs.) Charika Marasinghe in Sri Lanka
Please accept my heartfelt sincere wishes for the new year. May you be blessed with good health and all the energies and blessings to continue your journey and help create many more spiritual networks across the globe to help heal the suffering of our world.
I was on a hectic field visit schedule from October to December 19th and visited 14 districts in 7 provinces. Last couple of months of 2019 had been quite hectic for me because I was full-time involved with my voluntary work with Sarvodaya Suwasetha the welfare arm and Vishva Niketan work.
Ralph White is a founder of the Holistic Centers Gathering that began over 35 years ago. He is also co-founder of New York Open Center, America’s leading urban institution of holistic learning where his current role is Senior Fellow and Conference Director. The Open Center has presented the major writers and speakers in the fields of wellness, social/ecological change, inner development, world spiritual traditions, art and creativity for over thirty four years. In this conversation with Paul O’Brien, interviewer extraordinaire, Ralph displays his uncanny mystical eloquence and beautifully articulates the importance of holistic centers. [Read more…]
HCN are honoured to be a part of the Communities for Future Online Summit, a free opportunity to be inspired and build community for a regenerative future!
The Global Ecovillage Network invited 32 inspiring leading edge-thinker including Calixto Suarez, Frederic Laloux, Meg Wheatley, Manish Jain, Sabine Lichtenfels, Coyote Alberto Ruz, Maddy Harland, John D. Liu, Daniel Christian Wahl, Angaangaq Angakkorsuaq, Pat McCabe, Charles Eisenstein and many grassroots leaders. We have been watching their interviews for an incredible 10 days now. [Read more…]
The HCN Webinar Series is offered on the second Wednesday of each month. We’re delighted to welcome different hosts as we learn from the gifts of each center and strengthen the transformational impulse in the world. Join us as we explore The Art of Inner Leadership.
Date: Wednesday, 12 February
Time: 10am PST
Hosted by: Katherine Collis, Findhorn Fellow [Read more…]
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Kripalu is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to empowering people and communities to realize their full potential through the transformative wisdom and practice of yoga. We operate North America’s largest and most established yoga retreat center in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, with a history spanning more than 40 years and an average of 50,000 visitors annually. In 2019, The Worksite Wellness Council of Massachusetts awarded Kripalu their Resilience distinction. [Read more…]
The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) will host the Communities for Future Online Summit 1-10 February to bring together leading-edge thinkers and leaders from around the globe engaging in concrete action for a just and regenerative future. Charles Eisenstein, Thomas Huebl, Marina Silva, Nora Bateson, Chad Frischman, Meg Wheatley and many grassroots leaders have been invited. You’re invited to sign up today for the Summit. Be inspired and strengthen community solutions.
Hollyhock exists to inspire, nourish, and support people who are making the world better. We host about 100 programs and conferences each year on our Cortes Island campus and in Vancouver, BC; immersing our staff in a culture of connection, personal growth, and progressive social change. An exciting opportunity exists to join the programming team.
By Marilyn Hamilton
One year ago, I issued a Climate-Challenge to Meta-Findhorn (my name for the larger Findhorn community in Scotland where I live) for 30 people to select and practise change that could contribute to climate resilience for 30 days. See the blogs on our experience here: https://integralcity.com/2019/01/13/how-do-you-and-i-make-drawdown-personal/