Some thoughts on what implanted and fixed Findhorn Ecovillage as a community in the view of its founders; and may they further enlighten our path through 2018. To scroll down the pages, please hover over the bottom left of the embed.
As an innovator & entrepreneur your #1 task is to reduce the risk and uncertainty of new business ideas before you invest big and scale … … test desirability, viability, and feasibility. That gives us three major areas of uncertainty: Do customers want it (desirability), can we build & implement it (feasibility), and can we […]
Here’s a challenging read: lack of technology is not what’s holding back positive climate change… This is especially interesting in the light of PET’s latest program offering: your very own Carbon Footprint Calculation and Offset Service. Please enjoy AND, together with Park Ecovillage Trust, do something about it. Climate Change and Carbon Neutrality by Paul […]
Nothing ever changes unless you make it change Perhaps this link will give some inspiration. Enjoy! ps … community ownership enables Eigg to run its own housing association and provide cheap rents – currently about half the market level of “affordable housing” in this region of Scotland. Low-rent societies where residents are liberated from the […]
On 30th November, we remember St. Andrew- patron saint of Scotland. St Andrew was an extraordinary man. He was kind, inclusive and welcoming to friends and strangers alike – all values that are very much associated with the people of Scotland. And values are also important with Park Ecovillage Trust and its inspiration, the Findhorn […]
Balancing contradictions in our beliefs is a deeply human/spiritual issue. It affects everyday life. We “want” abundance and … What are my motivators, what are their drivers? What do we really believe? really REALLY… Check out this video on ‘how to.’