We are all unique human beings. We have been shaped by our family of origin, our DNA, our environment, life experiences, education, belief systems, ancestral lineage, programming and for some, by our soul and spirit. Success, therefore, means something different for each of us. Who do you see as living a successful life?
Julie Horsley previews Sunday's journey into enchantment, mystery, miracles and magic for this Sunday's Campfire Open Forum on Zoom. In this open space, we will gather to share miraculous memories, magical moments, delightful dreams, sacred sounds and the scintillating supersensible.
In a post-collapse mindset, fundamental change is much more possible. How can we use these extraordinary times to usher in a changed world that can break free of the shackles and chains of the growth dependent, dominant hierarchical money system?
Christmas day rescue made by Kinder Mountain Rescue Team in the Peak District in temperatures of minus 4 degrees. Anthea had slipped on the ice and fractured her hip. The team then requested help from a Coastguard helicopter, but the weather conditions turned out to be too bad for it to get in to the casualty site. So it turned in to a mini epic stretcher sledge evacuation in the snow.
In an article in The Big Issue, David Graeber explains his confusion about why we’d destroy the planet if we don’t have to (written before his untimely death on September 2 this year). "The system makes no sense. It’s also destroying the planet. If we don’t break ourselves of this addiction quickly we will leave our children and grandchildren to face catastrophes on a scale which will make the current pandemic seem trivial."
Campfire Convention’s World Harmony on-line/offline event returns for the Winter Solstice 2020, this time in a more organic form. We invite you to come together across the globe on Sunday 20th and Monday 21st December 2020 to celebrate the solstice, unity, world harmony and the powerful Jupiter/Saturn conjunction and harmonic energy convergence. World Harmony is part of Campfire's evolving online event blueprint - an exploration of how we bring people together around a shared vision of unity and connection. Help Build This Together.
In 1995, Brian Eno kept a year-long diary. He wrote about working with U2 and David Bowie, watching the Balkan conflict unfold and shared his thoughts on artistry and music. The result was published in book form a year later, and now, 25 years down the line, Eno has revisited it for a new, anniversary edition. Here, the legendary producer exclusively considers just how wildly the world - and its language - has changed