Wellbeing economy: in the USA

What’s the story? A wellbeing economy in the USA and a world we can create together—we have the resources. What do you envision?

Shamanic sensemaking: conscious transformation

Transformation is inevitable.

Yet, using approaches that involve seeing the system and its patterns, sense-making that constructs new narratives and connecting can herald purposeful transformation for human and planetary wellbeing

The stew pot revolution: connections

We need to connect the dots. The diverse issues from protests around the world tangle together. Climate strikes, fare evasion in Chile, roadblocks in Lebanon and Extinction Rebellion in Brisbane are all part of the same phenomenon.

The stew pot revolution: connections

The stew pot revolution: connections

We need to connect the dots. The diverse issues from protests around the world tangle together. Climate strikes, fare evasion in Chile, roadblocks in Lebanon and Extinction Rebellion in Brisbane are all part of the same phenomenon.

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Our world is changing. Our thinking patterns are shifting. To answer our pressing emergencies and, fortuitously, engaging in this brings an aliveness like nothing else.

We’re a worldwide civilisation now and can consciously engage in creating thriving, just, sustainable futures for everyone. Yet, sometimes, this seems like a very lonely path…

We hope this site helps us all accelerate positive shifts. Amplification, re-storying and sharing awe…

Ingrid: Jamii Bora benevolutionary

Ingrid: Jamii Bora benevolutionary

“Ingrid can walk through any slum in Nairobi without fear for her security. She is known and loved by the street people who she has always been good to. She is considered a white-skinned African.” Micro-credit, alongside being seen, heard, understood, believed in, and...

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Jamii Bora – The Power in the Programs

Jamii Bora – The Power in the Programs

Ingrid often expresses her gratitude that Jamii Bora was created in her later years rather than when she was a young woman. If it had, she asserts, she would have made the mistake that so many organizations with a mission to help end up making. The gist of which is,...

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Jamii Bora – Better than Good

Jamii Bora – Better than Good

Jamii is the plural of family in Swahili Bora is good, but not just good, better than good Like many beautiful unfoldings, the initial seeds of Jamii Bora were sewn with no idea about what yield would eventually follow. Ingrid Munro grew up in Sweden and had a rather...

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Festina Lente

Make haste – slowly, powerfully, minimally

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“Hasten slowly” said Augustus. Oh, this is hard. To imagine what can be created, to hold back, to act; to engage means delving into both despair and hope. That’s where we’re challenged to see the powerful in what we do which is always minimal and micro. Feeling adequate in the face of manifest inadequacy. Weaving together the pieces that hasten, slowly and steadily, benevolution.

- Festina LentÍvaldi