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Opportunities in Nine Elms

We are currently seeking volunteers and activists to help develop our community and especially with regard to recovery from COVID 19. We need lots of different volunteers and activists, as many as we can find. In this blog post we give you the details of who and what we are looking for and signpost ways in which you can get involved.

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Social media 2021

This is the first of our annual social media strategies, this one being for 2021 and going into 2022. There are different reasons why we have decided to review our social media presences and platforms on an annual basis. This is where you can find out where to find us on social media throughout 2021 and into 2022.

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Balanced perspective

This is an introductory post about Qultura, which is a standalone derivative of Therevada Buddhism. While similar to both Therevada Buddhism and the Tao Te Ching, Qultura is a completely different method of enquiry which is much simpler, much easier to learn and use, and a lot more environmental and modern.

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Being

Qultura is pretty much all about being, and about connecting existence to reality through environment. In this post you can find out how to find your centre point of existence through Qultura.

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Polar thinking

Qultura is based just as much on the I-Ching as it is on mysticism and universal principles. The I-Ching is about polar thinking and figuring out dualities and polarities in existence and reality and how to find connections between them.

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6 and 7 go together

Words and language are powerful. Very powerful. But language can also be very divisive as well. Consider for how long women have been excluded from being figures and leaders in matters of religion, spirituality and consciousness.

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So what now?

Despite decades of talk and action about climate change, COVID-19 exposes the truth and reality that collectively as a species we're not very environmentally friendly at all. Instead of climate change, we strongly suggest talking about realistic social and cultural change to address immediate environmental issues.

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The value of 5

In this blog post Stella Baker writes about the mystical significance of 5 and the politics of power, writing about the clues which lead to business and political failure and makes some simple suggestions on how to do business and politics far more consciously in ways which are beneficial to local communities and the environment.

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