Conscious relating with self, land, and others.
Village Economics

Upcoming Series through the School of Integrated Living (SOIL)

People Care at Earthaven Ecovillage

An Overview of the Social, Emotional, and Relational Aspects of Village Life

Saturday, April 17
3-5pm Eastern Time
Online

Culture at Earthaven Ecovillage is both intentionally and organically created based on both the people who come together and the purpose they hold dear. Examine the invisible infrastructure that binds us to each other, to the land, and to the ecovillage project.

We’ll discuss how we surf our similarities and navigate our differences; the various tools we use to negotiate the joys and challenges of daily life; our diversity of stances on politics, spirituality, and conflict; how we dance with the stages and phases of life (birth, children, marriage, divorce, death); as well as our ongoing awakening regarding issues of race and gender equity.

Explore with us the ups and downs of these central aspects of village life.

This workshop is hosted by SOIL (School of Integrated Living) and is a partnership between SOIL and Reclaiming Wisdom. Lee Warren is a co-founder of SOIL. 

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Shared Experiences

  • Patricia Kyritsi Howell
  • Cat Matlock
  • Patricia Kyritsi Howell

    Writer, Teacher, Herbalist

    "Lee conveys the importance of end of life planning with humor and wisdom. Together our community group was able to thoughtfully explore these decisions we tend to avoid. The sense of relief many of us felt at the end of the day was palpable. What a gift for our friends and families as we take the burden of hard decisions off their shoulders by ensuring our wishes are known ahead of time! So grateful."

  • Cat Matlock

    Yoga Instructor, Massage Therapist, Entrepreneur

    "The End of Life workshop with Lee Warren helped me to organize my thoughts while also inviting me to honor my feelings and hopes for that time of life. Lee is an excellent facilitator."