The Vision Council: An Ancient Way of Gathering in Modern Times
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The Vision Council: An Ancient Way of Gathering in Modern Times

Since the beginning of human history we have been gathering together as families, tribes and communities, to strengthen our relationship with each other, to council about important community matters, to exchange seeds, medicines, gifts and to simply celebrate life; to sit by the fire and hear the stories of our elders; to heal and honor […]

Regenerative Nomadism: Exploring the Depths of Natural Farming in Bali
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Regenerative Nomadism: Exploring the Depths of Natural Farming in Bali

Coming to Bali for the first time is like entering an entirely new world. This island, is a wild mix of old and new, containing parallel worlds living together. It goes beyond barriers and shows stark contrasts consistently, as one walks along broken footpaths into shiny stores. Though here, even in technological 2015, the Hindu […]

10 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss Bioneers Conference This Year
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10 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss Bioneers Conference This Year

For over 25 years, the Bioneers Conference has been inspiring and activating thousands of change-makers and uniting a diverse range of ages to take part in a packed weekend of workshopping, critical thinking and intimately connecting with other leaders tackling the most pressing environmental and social challenges. NuMundo is extremely proud to be a featured partner of […]

How to Start a Retreat Center: Wise Tips from Stonehouse Farm
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How to Start a Retreat Center: Wise Tips from Stonehouse Farm

The first weekend of August, I had the pleasure of attending AcroCamp, a 4-day extravaganza of AcroYoga, yoga, Thai massage, slack-line, breath-work, nature walks and campfires. It was almost like living in a dream conscious community that shares, plays and learns together. AcroCamp was held at Stonehouse Farm, a beautiful 40-acre eco-retreat and sanctuary founded […]

An Eye-Opening Interview with Food is Free Founder, John Edwards
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An Eye-Opening Interview with Food is Free Founder, John Edwards

The Food is Free Project is a huge global network of front yard gardeners that have built community resiliency and partnerships through front yard gardens and free food markets. The movement start in Austin, TX, in 2012, when John Edwards had a profound vision that changed his life forever. Since then, the project has a […]

10 Completely Inspiring Permaculture Podcasts
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10 Completely Inspiring Permaculture Podcasts

Back in October, my friend showed me The Permaculture Podcast for the first time while we were camping, developing business models and visioning the future of each other’s work in the startup world of San Francisco. It was an appropriate time to listen to the episode where Ethan Roland of Appleseed Permaculture spoke about the Eight […]

I caught the ‘capitalism-itis’ virus… and it changed my life
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I caught the ‘capitalism-itis’ virus… and it changed my life

This blog was inspired by “The end of capitalism has begun”, an excerpt in The Guardian from Paul Mason’s new book “Post-Capitalism”. In this article, Paul Mason brilliantly packages what many of us in the ecovillage/regenerative living community have felt for a long time, that capitalism (at least as we know it today) is on […]

How Travelers Can Be Change Agents
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How Travelers Can Be Change Agents

Reposted from Travel-Alchemy Did you know that every time you step out your door, you have an opportunity to make change in the world? When we venture out into the wider world, we can become agents of social and cultural change, transforming the world around us, and within us. Travel affords us an opportunity to […]

Propagando la vida regenerativa: Una Convergencia Latinoamericana de Permacultura
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Propagando la vida regenerativa: Una Convergencia Latinoamericana de Permacultura

La reciente Convergencia Latinoamericana de Permacultura  (o CLAP) se celebró del 15 al 21 de junio en la Ecoaldea Varsana al sur de Bogotá. Durante 5 días consecutivos la comunidad anfitriona contó con la presencia de 140 visitantes de más de 15 países, que aplicaron diferentes herramientas y ejercicios de inteligencia colectiva para dar a […]