He says we are so more fortunate here in NZ where community is far closer, and that by taking the opportunity to participate and leading within our neighborhood, we can work together. This by strategising and activating innovative templates embracing an ecology of commerce, that embeds a social and community component into our daily lives.
This takes us back towards being more pristine within nature plus going forward, embracing more joy, connection and creativity
Bruce covers his visit to India, the resurgence of organic farming across India in particular Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh and how larger numbers of people are changing their lives through right livelihood, not only by farming sustainably, but eating healthy produce, as well integrating Ayurvedic principles into their daily life.
This superbly successful enterprise show's the way for others to replicate across the sub-continent.
In another example Bruce enthusiastically tells of a student radical Paul Soglin, getting elevated into local politics in the small city of Madison, Wisconsin USA, that then reinvents itself as a dynamic, innovative and caring community, introducing the first day care programs and reforms to the city's hiring of women and minorities. Plus visionary inner city building programs, planning and much more. Enabling, Madison's bond rating (per Moody's Investment Services) to be upgraded to AAA status.
Under the Mayors Leadership, Paul Soglin, inspired the council and community to enable Madison to be named to the most livable cities list several times during his second tenure as mayor, capturing the number one spot in 1996 and again in 1998 in the USA.
Spontaneous evolution starts with us 'in the moment' and as a being composed of 50 trillion cells, it is how we connect with who we are in the inner world and the outer environment that supports us. When we realize the dynamics between these two interfacing realities and recognize the possibilities of momentous change - magic happens!
And we are all collectively responsible for what he says we can call 'the garden.'
Bruce Lipton: www.brucelipton.com