Matt Bovard of Knew rEvolution magazine interviews Richard "Ranchsauce" Guerra cultural connoisseur and facilitator. Ranch is the editor in chief of LostInSound.org and Knew rEvolution magazine. He is a brilliant journalist and poet that has worked with some of the biggest names in alternative art culture such as Alex and Allyson Grey. Join us as we go deep into the worlds of creativity and art to explore how these two roads meet to cultivate a more connected global community.
Matt is also the lead producer of Bloom Boulder, and the founder of Knew rEvolution magazine. Kn rE will be hosting a series of interviews via Bloom Network, to cross-pollinate our networks and spread the love. Check out the magazine at http://knewrevolution.com/
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Healing Circle: The Little Tyrant
Facilitator: Susan Florries
July 9 2017
11am Pacific // 8pm Central Europe
Online via Zoom videoconference: login info below
It is showing its face everywhere, that little figure on the top of the social pyramid. All from researchers to shamans suggest that narcissism is on the rise in our world. What used to be called the rich 1% has shown to be more like the 0,1%. From Erdogan to Trump and Fattah el-Sisi, we are watching authoritarian tendencies in countries that we hope(d) to be democracies. We are extinguishing species, destroying natural diversity. We plant monoculture crops and eat the same fast food brands all over the world.
What does this say about us?
Are you or have you been or felt ruled by an inner or outer little tyrant?
Have you experienced tyrannic or authoritarian dramas playing out in your own community?
Does humankind share a collective trauma concerning this archetype? If so, can we heal it together?
Let’s join forces and dive into this matter as a circle. Let’s connect, share and feel together. Let’s face and transform the little tyrant within ourselves, in our communities, our countries, the world and beyond.
Musicians the Polish Ambassador and Ayla Nereo have helped jumpstart a community building conference in Nevada City, CA. Participants learn natural building, permaculture, building bridges across existing local organizations, and more. They'll be building community gathering spaces at spots across the rural area that surrounds the Yuba River, celebrating and sharing food with neighbors. The conference format was started by City Repair out of Portland, Oregon in the U.S.
Tune in to this podcast to hear more about the impacts they look forward to seeing in the region over the years. The full conference schedule is available at http://yubavillage.org.
José Mario Acosta, lead producer of Bloom Los Mochis, received the Rafael Buelna Sinaloa award for social civic youth. The award recognizes his leadership with Proyecto Fe (Project Faith), which networks together 17 NGO's in Los Mochis to collaborate on building ecoparks across the city. The ecoparks make space for citizens to plant community gardens, gather in celebration and education, and play sports.
José has been part of Bloom Network since 2013, and is a guiding light with his insightful and caring leadership. Please enjoy the video below (in Spanish), and a photo of some of the Proyecto Fe team. Big congratulations to you, José, and thank you for inspiring local Blooms across the world.
You can follow Proyecto Fe on Facebook at www.facebook.com/proyectofeac/
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