Serena Gaia

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Dinner Talk – World Polyamory Association – Harbin Hot Springs, CA – June 25-27, 2010

Annual Conference
World Polyamory Association

with Sasha and Janet Lessin and Deborah Taj Anapol

Harbin Hot Springs, California, June 25-27, 2010

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Dinner Talk:
Gaia Science: Path to Love, Health, Relatedness

The Gaia Hypothesis is probably the most important scientific hypothesis of our time.  It is the foundation for the paradigm shift toward the new system of knowledge that will enable humanity to make peace with Gaia, the third planet.  The hypothesis is based on the science of James Lovelock and Lynn Margulis.  It this hypothesis is true, then the entire web of life, including ourselves, is a live body made of symbiotic, interconnected elements.  This means that we humans are all already always related.  What is a healthy way to do relationships in this context?  It is the most natural way to connect to that already existing relatedness and allow its potential to become actualized in the most authentic form.  So, Gaia science indicates a path to love, health, and relatedness that honors polyamory as a style of love conducive of the paradigm shift nature- and peace-loving people want to create. 

Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio gave the keynote address at the 2007 Loving More and World Polyamory Association conferences.  She has been interviewed on Italian public TV about her books on practices of love that include bisexuality and polyamory.  She is an academic, an activist, a writer and a healer.  Her numerous books include Gaia and the New Politics of Love (2009), Lambda finalist Eros (2007), Plural Loves (2005), Women and Bisexuality (2005), and Bisexuality and Queer  Theory (2010).  She leads workshops on Gaia, Eros, & the SacredShe has been published in and peer-reviews for several journals.  She is a professor of humanities at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, and lives in Cabo Rojo, Western Puerto Rico.
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