At Earthship Seattle, we have 4 areas of focus:
1.0 - Promote Earthships
2.0 - Resources/Tools/Information
3.0 - Plan demo Earthship in Seattle
4.0 - Community/EcoVillage discussion
This event is a screening of Clinton Callahan's lecture "Relationships don't die from lack of love, relationships die from lack of intimacy".
Clinton is also the author of "Directing the power of conscious feelings", which is the best book I've ever read.
I haven't seen the lecture but I suspect it to be very interesting.
Q: How does this connect to Earthship Seattle?
A: Our focus "4.0" is about creating an EcoVillage of Earthships where a community can live happily and sustainably.
In a place where people live off-the-grid and are not tied anymore to economic stress, members will be liberated from the rat race and enjoy a lot more time and freedom.
This haven could provide a place for healing, especially in such a profoundly sick society (if I may quote Krishnamurti). But before healing others, shouldn't we be healed first?
Therefore I'd like to start the discussion for the 4.0 focus with some group discussion about our own responsibility, our weaknesses, our compassion, etc.
This is totally experimental but I believe that we shouldn't wait for the day we have 50 Earthships in a 100-acre piece of land to start wondering how and if we can live together :)
Come be an experimenter and bring your feedback, feelings, thoughts...
WHERE: My place in Lower Queen Anne, RSVP here and I'll send you the details if you don't have them already (exact address will be sent 24h in advance)
WHEN: Monday, February 18th, 6pm
Arrive anytime between 5:30pm and 6pm and let's share some drinks, food and start the conversation before starting the film at 7pm.
RSVP is mandatory.
If for some reason you can't make it, make sure to cancel your RSVP, thanks!
The film will start at 7pm sharp, plan to arrive by 6pm for food and drinks and conversation.
Bring a bit of food or drinks to share.