Find Inspiration at Tucson Village Experience
Jul 26, 2012 05:00PM
With the purpose of developing Tucson’s unique expression of a positive, vibrant and collaborative community, the Tucson Village experience is less of an organization and more of an inspirational experience. The Village gathers from 6 to 8 p.m., every second and fourth Thursday. There is no charge and all are welcome.
Tucson Village joyfully co-creates an energetic space to assist the cultural shift from one based on domination, separation and egocentered
values, to one based on partnership, connectedness and spirit-centered values, where the creative and innovative efforts of what is working can be showcased and connected.
To accomplish this, activists and organizations come together to share their joys and creative projects in a format that includes small circle sharing and whole group interaction. Small circles are based on the 12 sectors of a stable cultural system, as explained by both Barbara
Marx Hubbard and the film, Thrive. Participants are given time to be in the spotlight and join with others, sharing their needs and resources and perhaps finding mutually satisfying collaborations.
Location: 510 N. Stone Ave. For more information, visit Shift-Tucson.org.