Anyplace, California, United States
- Last updated: June 2, 2018 (3 seconds ago)
- Listing created on: April 16, 2018
Living with and enjoying our time on this Earth.
Open, non utopian nor magical thinking.
A real place we create together by being ourselves.
Inclined to favor a very simple modest reality based existence. Ecologically focused with the aim to actually be living on this actual Earth now. So a rural location with some intact natural plant and animal community.
Basic needs focused, means growing food and foraging. access to water.
Coming together we can be truly present, healing ourselves and enjoying the real planet we live on.
A grounded Indigenous and/or Tao understanding or interest is appreciated.
- Type(s): Unspecified, or Other, Traditional or Indigenous Community
- Programs & Activities: School, Educational Institute or Experience
- Location: To be Determined
- Decision Making: Modified Consensus (everyone agrees, with some exceptions or fallbacks.)
- Identified Leader: No
- Leadership Core Group: No
- Dues, Fees, or Shared Expenses: No
- Shared Income: Partial share of income
- Required Labor Contribution: Encouraged or suggested
- Open to members with existing debt: Yes
- Additional Comments:
Economy means sustainable use of resources.
- Planned food produced: Almost All, around 90%
- Food produced locally: Almost All, around 90%
- Common Facilities: Garden(s), Fire pit
- Dietary Practice: Local (food sourced within 150 miles), Organic (no pesticides or synthetic fertilizers), Mostly Vegetarian
- Dietary Choice or Restrictions: Somewhat – there are some dietary restrictions or customs.
- Alcohol Use: Yes, used seldomly, or ceremoniously.
- Tobacco Use: Yes, used seldomly, or ceremoniously.
- Additional Diet Comments:
Based on the reality of what we can sutainably produce
- Common Spiritual Practice(s): We may develope certain non dogmatic beliefs that honor our ways and give gratitude.
Tao, Indigenous, existential, back to the land. Just living day to day as best we can in as much harmony with the earth and each other as we can.
Tao Indigenous subsistence