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    Quote Posted by LadyM (here)
    Nicely put in a nutshell. This is just an idea -- and maybe others have discussed it -- but is it possible that the "oneness" that we are evolving or returning to [depending on if we are truly in a "fallen" state or not] is a collective that has optimized its energetic connections and cooperates for the good of all in every facet of society: education, physical and spiritual health, internal and external relations, etc.?
    holy crap... that is some serious paradigm crushing meat you just put on the table. I'm going to have to think about that for a while.

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    Nicely put in a nutshell. This is just an idea -- and maybe others have discussed it -- but is it possible that the "oneness" that we are evolving or returning to [depending on if we are truly in a "fallen" state or not] is a collective that has optimized its energetic connections and cooperates for the good of all in every facet of society: education, physical and spiritual health, internal and external relations, etc.?
    holy crap... that is some serious paradigm crushing meat you just put on the table. I'm going to have to think about that for a while.
    I got a very synchronous quote from a friend that shows people are tapping in to the same vibe:

    Quote The end result of all community activity is that a person will then find a more authentic inner self, and reduce their selfish egos. In that sense it is the ideal preparation for what awaits us at the end of life, namely how to blend in with something greater, even as great as the universe as a whole.
    Just beautiful. Thanks to all!
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    Quote Posted by ghostrider (here)
    We really need leaders that are community minded, and have long since left war, power, greed ego, riches , etc ... No matter what steps are taken to better life for all, these maniacs Na ( political leaders) will show up with their rules, restrictions, fees, and control agenda ... rooting out the monsters must be first , then the sky is the limit, there are no boundaries to what mankind can achieve through hard work, and positive thinking. ..
    you can be sure the one who shows up with their rules, restrictions, fees and control agenda are the monsters. no need to root them out with an extra effort. I think that's exactly what we been doing here on avalon and mostly what we get are confusions.
    Mankind will eventually wake up to this vision we can help accelerate it by working towards that goal while avoiding all the nuisance.

    "be the change you wanted to see"

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    I just discovered this great thread. Thanks! Will be back soon.
    Each breath a gift...
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    I would like to ask people--

    If you felt drawn to go back to a natural setting, and make a living on the land--

    What would you do? How ? How do you envisage living? What economic activities would you get into?

    If you made it already, how did you achieve it, what have you learned, how have you changed?

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    Quote Posted by Baby Steps (here)
    I would like to ask people--

    If you felt drawn to go back to a natural setting, and make a living on the land--

    What would you do? How ? How do you envisage living? What economic activities would you get into?

    If you made it already, how did you achieve it, what have you learned, how have you changed?

    God bless
    Good questions. I would hope the world that this "natural setting" is in has no "money." Are we allowed any beneficial technologies?

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    Quote Posted by Baby Steps (here)
    I would like to ask people--

    If you felt drawn to go back to a natural setting, and make a living on the land--

    What would you do? How ? How do you envisage living? What economic activities would you get into?

    If you made it already, how did you achieve it, what have you learned, how have you changed?

    God bless
    Good questions. I would hope the world that this "natural setting" is in has no "money." Are we allowed any beneficial technologies?
    Hi,
    Personally I would think so.

    I am trying to transition by keeping one foot in the normal world, and building a business around something on the land. As the business gets established, it would become full time.

    I am sure we would have our tech. In the long run, the community would be self sufficient, except for technology devices, and specialist health services probably- and would trade with the wider economy for that.
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    In addition to contributing some sort of grown food to help maintain the sustenance of community members, gosh, there are just so many roles I would like to serve: teacher, writer, developing homeopathic remedies for the community and beyond. Maybe I would try to do them all.

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    Quote Posted by LadyM (here)
    In addition to contributing some sort of grown food to help maintain the sustenance of community members, gosh, there are just so many roles I would like to serve: teacher, writer, developing homeopathic remedies for the community and beyond. Maybe I would try to do them all.
    yes- homeopathy- would like to get into studying how water structures, and the H3O2 gel that can be produced, then have a place or learning - in an Eco setting. Esalen is very inspiring.



    A self sufficient teaching community.

    I remember visiting Cambridge, and the layout was odd. The old colleges had large closed sections of land along the River. Like 'grounds'. I was told that in the early days, these colleges were self sufficient- food grown on site. One advantage would be that if a plague passed through the area, they just went into lock-down for a period. All the rich kids survived.
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    Quote Posted by LadyM (here)
    In addition to contributing some sort of grown food to help maintain the sustenance of community members, gosh, there are just so many roles I would like to serve: teacher, writer, developing homeopathic remedies for the community and beyond. Maybe I would try to do them all.
    yes- homeopathy- would like to get into studying how water structures, and the H3O2 gel that can be produced, then have a place or learning - in an Eco setting. Esalen is very inspiring.



    A self sufficient teaching community.

    I remember visiting Cambridge, and the layout was odd. The old colleges had large closed sections of land along the River. Like 'grounds'. I was told that in the early days, these colleges were self sufficient- food grown on site. One advantage would be that if a plague passed through the area, they just went into lock-down for a period. All the rich kids survived.
    It's great to see how it's possible to return to that of way of living. I'm sure there is an increasing number of examples of how to do it, and you've spotlight several here in this thread.

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