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List of Intentional Communities World-wide, by Country

September 6, 2009 at 12:31 pm · by josh · Filed under Social Awakening & Sovereignty, Spirituality

Anastasia - Ringing Cedars of Russia book 1

Anastasia (book #1)

The Anastasia / Ringing Cedars of Russia books have inspired millions world-wide, to engage in a new way to live.  A way which is more harmonious with nature and with each other.  If this idea is of interest to you, I highly suggest checking out this amazing book series.  Read the series overview and Chapter 1 of Anastasia (Book #1), here.

In the past several years, there have been hundreds of “intentional communities” popping up worldwide.  The Fellowship for Intentional Community website site lists 123 in Canada alone!

An intentional conscious community in North Carolina.

An intentional conscious community in North Carolina.

Many of these communities are accepting new members, and even more are open to host visitors for a short period of time.  An inspiring way to experience life from a completely different angle; a life without the clutter, gadgetry and mayhem of our post-modern life.  And a life with a deeper connection to the earth, other human beings, and most likely, one’s own true self.

However, not everyone is ready to up and leave for an intentional community.  Tired of the robotic way of life that society seems to be thrusting on the human being, many individuals and families have begun to develop community around them, in and around their own neighbourhood.

More than just a group of friends, to be part of such a network will be highly beneficial for all – if and when the pending ‘economic collapse’ comes to pass – as communities are the basis of economies.

Quite literally, in this “conscious” model… with each community member providing a different essential product(s) or service(s) with which to barter.  Of course, having crop-harvesting land would be the cornerstone of such self-sustainability.  In this way, entire communities can create a hedge of protection and take care of the essentials of life for their families, no matter what happens in the crazy external world.

UPDATE: A friend just sent me this link – excellent site! – “A global NETWORK for RINGING CEDARS READERS, Co-Creators and Revolutionaries….”

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