Campfire's World Harmony event over summer solstice featured a range of speakers and panels, covering a wide variety of subjects, ranging from designing ethical governance to Building Our Regenerative Future, the Power of Yin to how Covid lockdown has affected The Way We Grieve Now. Jamie Catto, Daniel Pinchbeck, Lynne Franks, Indra Adnan, David Monteith, Theo Simon and others look at where society is headed and how we can effect change and influence its direction.
The Beacon fire symbolises unity and connection. We want to invite the practice of lighting beacons more often... particularly at the turns of the year. This year we intend to light beacon fires as a sign of unity and harmony at our Summer Solstice event (in our symbolic Orchard space) where we are inviting all our members and participants to light a Beacon fire of whatever shape or size feels right at 20:20 (8:20 pm on Saturday 20th June).
Sparking at Campfire this week: We announce our World Harmony summer solstice event; we're opening it up to volunteers, Julie Horsley talks about The Orchard, we salute the vision of permaculture founder Bill Mollison , Henry Sparks 'Visions of Eden', Jason Hine warns against the 'suicide' of reopening economies too early, Beth Salmon's hi-vibe kitchen cooks up a vegan nettles stew and we have created guidelines in the spirit of positive posting after some recent contentious posts and discussions on our Facebook group.
We have created guidelines in the spirit of positive posting after some contentious posts and discussions on our Facebook group. These are THINK = Thoughtful, Helpful, Inspiring, Necessary, Kind
COMPASSION = Challenging, Optimistic, Mindful, Passionate, Appropriate, Sensitive, Significant, Informative, Objective, Non-personal. POST = Positive, Open-hearted, Stimulating, Truthful
Campfire Convention is bringing together music, conversation, insight and intuition, nature connections and complementary therapies for health and wellbeing online over the weekend of June 19-21 for our World Harmony online event.
Bonding with land, community groups, switching to local, developing practical skills, simplification, separation from consumerism, affective value replacing financial value. here is a good starter for ten from Bill Mollison. How can we change the world for the better in simple steps? Our limits are our creativity.
Sparking at Campfire Central this week: Teleporting to distant places; Learning from Taliesin; Let's bail out the living world, not its destroyers; Greg Wilson's last festival til when?; Billy Bragg's playlist; Little Feat can't be beat; Liberation in lockdown; Brian Eno on Labour plotting; How Love Raises Our Fire; Jeremy's vegan recipes and more...