The Fruit of Life ~ Co-Creating a Conscious Cosmic Community

No Man is an Island, and no Island is a Man, it’s the entwining and the weaving of the two which gives birth to the 3, the Trinity, the first Circle of Life, the beginning of the Flower of Life… Life is a journey, a passage, we all have lessons to learn we all have Purpose and we all have Path, sometimes though the 3D Hologram Matrix seems so real, so pervasive, relentless and aggressive, we forget who we are, we loose our Way..fruit of life

If you imagine your life as a bubble, a single beautiful round perfect bubble, that is you, your whole… If we get lost along the journey of life we essentially get stuck in our bubbles, we may feel pain, dis-ease, stress, trauma, suffering, we may simply just meander down the stream conforming, accepting, doing, taking, consuming, mindlessly unaware of the confines and boundaries that entangle this way of life, how we effect other beings around us.. If this is you then you need to do 5 things to regain your Vitality ~ Yoga, Art, Cleansing, Resting & ingesting only Live Organic Natural foods and waters……

However when we awaken from this slumber we remember our Whole, our Path and Purpose, and we Expand.. The more harmonious we are Now in our Bubbles, the more beautiful we grow and expand as conscious co-creative beings of divine right proportion, the more intricate and whole we become.. The image below is totally amazing, so much insight can be gleaned from this, take some time to comprehend these energies. is a great site, highly recommended reading and viewing.Circle of Life“The “Fruit of Life” symbol is composed of 13 circles taken from the design of the Flower of Life. The Fruit of Life is said to be the blueprint of the universe, containing the basis for the design of every atom, molecular structure, life form, and everything in existence. It contains the geometric basis for the delineation of what’s known as “Metatron’s Cube”, which brings forth the platonic solids. If each circle’s center is considered a “node”, and each node is connected to each other node with a single line, a total of seventy-eight lines are created, forming a type of cube (Metatron’s Cube).”

Being in harmonic resonance with this energy it’s great, the next step is to ground it all down to the physical 3D reality we find in our bodies and our now moment in. We need eachother, we need nature, we need freedom, let’s take some active steps to create Communities and Ways of life that are harmonious with Natural Law, Cosmic Consciousness and Love…

Thought I’d share the vision below from ‘Round River‘, a elegant expression of what living in harmony as Community in Nature is all about.. Keep expanding and Co-Creating, if your interested in joining forces to co-create a Conscious Cosmic Wilderness Community in Australia then get in touch, it’s not quite like Alaska, but we have thousands of acres, wild rivers and mountains, fresh water, fresh food, amazing climate and no wifi/radiation.. More info to those interested, or until I’ve updated the site with more details…

Rainbow bridge “Do not be afraid to build castles in the sky. That is where they belong. But once the dreams are in place, your job is to build the foundation under them.”  — Henry David Thoreau

  ” Round River is a small group of friends working toward forming a community of neighbors (approximately 20-30 adults and children or 8-9 households) on a remote eighty acre parcel of land on the Kuskokwim river in Alaska’s interior wilderness. To that end we are offering individuals and families, at a cost of one dollar per year, one to two acre fifty year leases within the holding.

      Our dream is a community of cooperating neighbors living as self-sufficiently and sustainably as possible, in mutually beneficial relationship with each other and the land which nurtures us.

      For more than ninety nine percent of our species existence we humans lived in the wilderness. Through this two and a half million year evolutionary history we became genetically, hence morphologically, psychologically, and spiritually adapted to living there. To wit, hands are far more suited to grasping tree limbs and tools than shuffling paper. The mind is more suited to the variety and heterogeneity of days, seasons, temperatures, light, and darkness. The stomach meant to eat a variety of unsullied foods, differing in different seasons. The feet meant to walk on soft earth instead of concrete. The lungs meant to breathe clean air. The body meant to exercise as a consequence of doing useful physical work. That is our genome. Wilderness is in our bones.

      But by our natures we humans are also gregarious beings. We could not have come this far in our evolutionary journey alone. Today most of our relations with each other are based on individualism and competition rather than community and cooperation. Individualism and the right to compete is touted as the very hallmark of freedom, but what kind of freedom is it where our only choice of livelihood is within the context of an industrial/consumer culture over which we have little control. In such a culture we are not free but dependent. We are unable to produce most of the basic necessities of life – food, water, shelter, heat, clothing – ourselves.  We rely on specialists to manufacture these necessities for us, having neither the time, the skills, nor the wherewithal to produce them ourselves. It is a way of life in which we are perpetually vulnerable to manipulation by those who view us, not as persons, but as economic objects. It is a way of life in which we lose the trust of our fellow human beings.

   Further, by living within an industrial/consumer culture we alienate ourselves from the natural world, the very world which nurtures us and has given us being. By losing this intimacy with nature, our understanding, compassion, and responsibility for the life we do not see withers.

     At Round River Community we believe that small scale cooperative living in the natural world is a happier, healthier, and ecologically saner alternative to the industrial/consumer society.

      Our purpose here is to offer individuals and families the opportunity to be as self sufficient as anyone can be in North America. With little cost but one’s own labor, the necessities of life – food, water, shelter, and warmth – can come from the surrounding land. That is true freedom.

     Ultimately, as our community skills grow, we intend to supplant dependence fostering high technology with independence supporting simple technology such as hand tools instead of machinery. The Amish are a good example of how forswearing a little technology fosters kinship and cooperation.

   The wilderness in which we live here in Alaska is what the rest of the earth must have been like before progress devoured it. The rivers still teem with fish, the skies with birds, the forests remain unlogged, the soil, water, and air unpolluted, and the woods abound in living creatures great and small.

    We intend to nurture in ourselves and our children a love of this land so that we might pass on values of ecologic responsibility, right livelihood, cooperation, and self sufficiency to future generations.”

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