Archive for February, 2012

Connolly’s Farmers Markets

I’m very interested in helping local communities grow more of the food they eat, rather than relying on corporations to grow it for them and ship it from half a world away.  For me, this has included promoting permaculture, organic food, local farmers, community gardens, and private gardens. In Sedona, I created The Sedona Community Gardens Network, and Sedona Community Gardens Facebook Page. Last year, I helped Bruce Connolly, of Connolly’s Farmers Markets, get his community-minded market off the ground by creating a website for him, which now features weekly posts about new — mostly local and organically grown — products. An online mailing list and Facebook Page are also connected to the website. Bruce’s website is located here. His Facebook page is located here. And if you would like to receive updates whenever new updates are added to Bruce’s website, go here.

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The VisionQuest Game

Here’s a website I’ve been wanting to create for a long time. It showcases a divination game that some friends and I have spent years perfecting. What makes this particular guidance tool different from other age-old divination systems is that it marries four principles that have emerged and merged during our particular time period: it combines the wisdom of diverse spiritual traditions; it draws upon the life experience, knowledge, and intuition of individual players (rather than shamans, religious authorities or holy people); it evokes the power of group consciousness and prayer; and it encourages people to infuse the game with deeper meanings by creating their own game decks, rules and rituals. Check it out.

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NHNE NDE

Lately, more and more of my time has been spent supporting NHNE’s efforts to understand, share, and apply the universal truths emerging in near-death experiences, which have become a major global phenomenon. Along with doing two presentations in Sedona called “How Near-Death Experiences Are Changing The World“, I also put up a website to support NHNE’s efforts to inform the public. That website is called NHNE NDE. NHNE NDE features a mailing list to keep those who are interested informed about upcoming meetings and events, a news page that tracks NDE-related news from around the world, several fantastic NDE resource pages, links to other NHNE NDE resources, handouts and other resources from my Sedona talks, a calendar of past, present, and future events, and more. Check it out.

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