Evolved Social, Economic & Ecological

principles & practices

Ushering in the era of perpetual peace through sharing all with all

Living Nutrition - eat from the living trees
Living Nutrition
Gratitude
Observances
Annal Communitarian Union Festival
Gathering
Complex Union - Safe Sex Practices
Liberated Love
Transitioning to the Sharing Economy - One Cloak
One Cloak
Communal Living for Low Income
Communal Union
Permanent Agriculture
Right Livelihood
Right Livelihood
Knowledge Library

“Community is the ocean in which we swim. 

We are all products of associations that have shaped the development of our ways of thinking and being. 

Evolution is inter-subjective. Through conversations with friends, we share our values and inner worldviews and discover better ways of being. Communities shaped by higher consciousness and conscience are vital keys to a sustainable relationship with the planetary life-web.”

- Alex and Allyson Grey

Celebration of Sunday Gathering

Defining Communitarian

principles & practices

Sharing resources

Although the term ‘communitarianism’ is less than two centuries old, it is the backdrop to practical demonstrations of these same principles and practices that date back long before recorded history. There is ample evidence that communitarianism is the most ancient and even instinctive form of human relating as well as organisation geared towards sharing the resources that contribute to the support of life, itself. 

Striking A Balance

While communitarianism is often erroneously lumped in to mean the same as communism, in the proper context communitarianism denotes the strains of political, economic and social philosophy and organisation that endeavour to strike a balance between individual rights and social responsibilities.

common Good

Thus stated, the combination of communitarian principles and practices that determine ‘common good’ must be and remain, inclusive of the people, places and purposes it affects.

The practical application of communitarian principles and practices focuses on the development of the individual’s moral and authentic creative talent to be harnessed as collective, harmonious, sustainable and ecologically-aligned productivity that contributes to the common good of earth, animals and people.