kirsten e.


Hometown: Parkdale

Member since:

February 8, 2011


What sort of change would you like to see in the world?

Overall spiritual vibration to change worldly for the greater good of our planet and beyond. Protection of our environment from any further degradation. Education for consumeristic countries to change with cities being planned better to save planetary natural balance and spreading of worldly wealth to carefully develop underdeveloped areas.

What are you doing to achieve it? Are you working with a particular organisation or group? Are there any projects you're working on that you'd like to share?

Practice spiritually as a vessel toward the greater good of the planet. Join campaigns via internet, run my own also to protect state forest in victoria (Lerdederg State Forest), joined groups, sign petitions, put posters up around local area, write to the papers, spread information worldwide regarding issues that matter constantly around 3 hours on the net a day doing this. Constantly researching new information also to get a more sound global picture of the answer to our pressing need to change.

What are your favourite organisations, projects or campaigns that are making a positive impact in the world?

avaaz, Lock the Gate, epilepsy foundtn vic. Care2, Kangaboy, Wayseers, The Lost Dogs Home, Amnesty International Human rights division, Greenpeace. To change politics, to protect Australian resources, to help people with hidden illness, to be informed of petitions where there are needs, to protect endangered animals or stop cruel practice towards animals, to support the shift in global money trends for a fairer distribution and use of money before it is too late. To help pets in need in Victorian suburbs through donation, to help strangers through Amnesty Intl. donation, to protect our oceans.


A person who globally cares about the planet, volunteer at epilepsy op shops. Spend time spreading spiritual energies as a vessel for the greater planetary good. Aged carer

What kirsten e. is saying about this Meetup Group

People of a good wide age group, people who are compassionate and interested in doing something to help in many types of ways. Nice gathering of people, and really good that David has some sort of focus at each meetup for us to go and listen to but gives us time to chat before the presentation and also has a venue to attend after if we are interested. Thank you David Hood.

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