Stewarded By: Jane Mayer
This ‘Weave’ is a visionary statement woven together using the words and phrases spoken by Council members during live sessions.
Our goal is to liberate and actualize souls.
Education, Reframed: a series of experience modules, support systems and personal reflection habits that support the self-actualization of all human beings on our planet. The goal of this system is to raise new human beings who are free.
We are in service of Life – we engage, love, and inspire all humans to find their sacred soul work and support them in self-actualization. We will gift our communities with powerful beings ready to support forward and pay back the educational experiences they received. And like a ripple, we have more voices, more and more voices– the more of us who become free.
Self-actualization flows freely but rhythmically like a beehive, a heart, a sacred fire, Within this space, there is a deep level of trust—of self and other, flow and plenty of room for self-interest. Children and families feel safe to explore shadow and evolve to higher levels of learning like emotional intelligence and sacred sight. We feel safe and free.
We learn from Our Earth Mother first: our classes are rooted in nature and understanding her rhythms, needs and power before we begin to explore our own. Only in that way, can we live sustainably and learn eternally from Her. We hold many of our experiences outside so that they benefit from the vibrations of the land and water and the energy of the sun and moon.
In younger years, we learn the foundations of humanity—emotional intelligence, intuition, creativity and play—which ultimately become contexts and tools for more complicated learning as we age. Youth and Teens work alongside one another in mentorship—all is divinely designed. People of all ages feel awake and alive, as they glean meaning from everyday conversations and experiences. They are free and encouraged to fall their heart’s calling.
Formal structure comes out of the needs of the learners at any given time—pods which support common interests and teachers from the community who may step in to guide, alongside sacred circles, to reflect on the emotional and soul-based experiences coming through age and events.
The world has become our classroom—there is no separation of work and life. Education and self-actualization simply becomes the communal rearing of children by self-actualized adults. It is juicy and contextualized and potent and ripe, and we all want to learn.
It feels like sacred ground.
We won’t, however, put this final stake in the ground until we ask the kids their ideas. We work in service of our world’s youngest citizens and their voices are invaluable.