Course in Syntropy

Future Community Resilience arises through radical reflection

Above in the picture is me with some of my dearest friends! We were in Vanuatu at New Earth Sanctuary: East of Eden, on the Island called Espirtu Santo, in the Pacific Ocean.

We gathered to seed the design foundations of 12.000 acres of land, while we explored what ” community” maybe would look like.

Most of us actually don’t know what community really looks like, or better put, how to really make it work. We know what it feels like though!

In my previous sharings on Community on my podcast (here) I went deeper into what I feel ‘it takes’ as I share on feeling-based relating and the natural ways of navigating with each other in Community (based on Syntropy).

Before going into community, it is relevant to know “where we are actually at” as our Human Ecological makeup. That exploration applies itself best upon and within ourselves.

Community fantasies can then be explored to measure if we feel we are actually ready within for such an adventure and how we may strengthen our preparedness for that by for instance: training our cells in Syntropic Agroforestry and the mentalities thereof.

It is my hope to reshape the mindset of people so that Intentional Communities can emerge or upgrade themselves with these Syntropic Natural comprehensions on how LIFE FUNCTIONS.

The following conversation is a follow up from yesterdays’ conversation with Shay. I am intentionally sharing my mindsong through relating around Life as I feel it is relevant to share how relating to Life is a feeling-based orientation that, when based on Syntropy, shifts and alters the outcomes of our perspective on pretty much everything.

Again, after listening, please write down:

– what stood out for you
– what came up as resistance, feeling complex and or had a judgement
(on either yourself, me, or the world)

– what you you feel you have unclarity around putting into practice

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It is slowly progressing to cover more on Syntropic Agroforestry.

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