New Paradigms # 4: Gaia, the Sacred and the Material
When we separate the sacred from the material, we come to delude ourselves that matter is inert, that it won’t react against our tyranny, our abuse, that we won’t be held accountable for disrespecting it. But is matter really inert? Hasn’t science taught us that matter is energy in a different form?
You’ve watched Segment 4 of 8 from Keynote Address at the 2010 World Polyamory Association Conference, Harbin Hot Springs, California, June 25th, 2010. Leave a comment on the blog and let us know what you think!
For the gracious auspices of Janet and Kira Lessin, conference organizers extraordinaire. Video and clips courtesy of Steve Hoffman, of Healing Greens, Oakland, videomaker extraordinaire.
The Kindle edition of Gaia and the New Politics of Love will be available soon. Ecovillages and intentional communities are adopting this book as a model of holistic living in the realm of personal and amorous relationships. Now you can get your copy without wasting a milligram of wood from a single tree! We welcome your contribution to generating bestsellers for the people and by the people: September 26th is the official date for massive buying of this new, paperless edition (or the paper one).
If we get to be 100th or higher in rank, we can say to have reclaimed bestsellers as creative people’s activism rather than a corporate initiative. Please mark your calendar for Sunday, September 26th, and hop to the link to make your purchase. If you choose not to spend money on a Kindle, we completely approve and suggest you download the FREE Kindle for PCs software here.
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Namaste, Gaia a.k.a. Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio, PhD author of Eros, A Journey of Multiple Loves and many other books