l teachers and their experiences on the path to spiritual awakening.
Soundtrack contributers SYNC can be heard here http://www.syncsonics.com/
A film by Jerel Mani
Produced by http://www.mishmash.com.au/…
But there's still a calling..
There's a force that's pulling me forward. I have to make a decision, what now must I become, must I ADD to all I have Created... I'm at the brink of construction NOW. I've had the Love and Guidance.
I have to write. I'm a communicator of human experience."
What's pushing me I know NOW is LOVE of Myself, which I lost a grip on during 5 yers of emotional trauma.. In time it comes indeed, the answer. Just don't be afraid. Because it's natural...Like being a Mother was natural. Let it Come to you....…
students of sustainability. Join us as we examine "what is permaculture" as we attend the Grow Here Now - Convergence at Lama.
Permaculture is a word originally coined by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in the mid 1970's to describe an "integrated, evolving system of perennial or self-perpetuating plant and animal species useful to man" 'Consciously designed landscapes which mimic the patterns and relationships found in nature, while yielding an abundance of food, fibre and energy for provision of local needs. People, their buildings and the ways in which they organize themselves are central to permaculture. Thus the permaculture vision of permanent or sustainable agriculture has evolved to one of permanent or sustainable culture.
What is Permaculture? by Jude Hobbs
1. An ecological science - the study of nature and natural systems
2. A design system for self-reliant living
3. Everything is connected to everything else
4. Integration of water, people, animals, land, plants, technologies, and community productive and beautiful environments.
5. Build harmony, through cooperation with an attitude of Positivism
6. Global grass roots movement applicable on all scales and in all situations.…
om a completely different vantage point. I no longer saw the world from within the prison of my small self. Now I saw my small self from outside it. And this outside position included the whole universe. To say I was amazed is an understatement. I was in a state of awe and wonder at the spectacular turn of events, shift in perspective, and profound self-transformation. Now my sense of self was literally enormous. And this enormity was inclusive. The once-tiresome and mundane melodrama of my personal identity had broken wide open and suddenly felt like it was the thrilling journey of the entire cosmos. My own life now felt like it was one with all of life and my sense of self had transformed in such a way that now I wanted to embrace or include as many others in this newfound consciousness as I could.