Benjamin von Mendelssohn, member of the core leadership of Tamera Healing Biotope I - Portugal and director of the Grace Foundation for Humanizing Money, will travel in the US in July.
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He is traveling to strengthen the emerging network of change which is urgently needed as a solid, functioning and creative Planetary Community in this time of global crisis. The network is as strong as the base of trust is that it is build on. Part of that trust is the precision of a common vision and there is a part where members of the global tribe need to see each other in who we are, what our vision and commitment is, and how we can support each other in spaces of deep sharing.
Benjamin's travels are also to support the work of Tamera financially and to build a growing network of potential donors to create a global net for the support of concrete peace models such as Tamera worldwide.
In this evening's talk he will introduce the work of Tamera as a healing biotope or one particular aspects of a post-capitalist new culture: healed relationships between the genders; free love/sexuality AND partnership; healing interventions on different scales – from community to region-scale; nature restoration and water retention landscapes, new technologies, learning and aspirations for new economic reality … and most of all: the transformative power of a complex and comprehensive new life model! You will get an overview of many aspects of the system change we need for our survival. Usually it gets really intense with a well-held Q&A session which can attune to the needs and interests of the audience present. The value of the talk is largely based on a very honest sharing of the down-to-Earth reality of community and self-development work. This work is constantly reframed to the larger story we are part of.
IMPORTANT: Even though this evening might very well support you directly in your current life situation, it is not mainly aimed at the individual level, but much more looking for collective and strategic solutions for the well-being of all. And of course we are part of this well-being as we are part of the whole!
We ask for your donation to support the peace work of Tamera and Benjamin. Requested donation: $15-30 at the door - no one turned away. Donations are gratefully accepted even if you're unable to attend (if so, consider supporting Tamera