Discover more from Microsolidarity
It feels like there is some real traction in the Microsolidarity project lately: we’re meeting one or two new “congregations” every week. I’m grateful that many of these communities are documenting their journey in public, so we can learn from each other. Some examples:
Here’s a video of Karl Steyaert presenting the Cultural Catalyst Network. This is a globally-distributed community exploring “how to address the complex social and ecological challenges of our time, through whole-person and whole-system transformational learning and action”. Subscribe on their website if you’re interested in joining in.
Jordan Lyon is starting a community in Seattle, where people support each other “to express our gifts, do meaningful work, and live a life of aliveness and wholeness.” Follow their process here.
Beatriz Fonseca & Joshua Glass are starting a congregation in the Netherlands, primarily for people who are finishing university and intend to “support each other in doing emotionally and financially fulfilling work”. They keep exquisite documentation of their process, and we’ve recorded a couple of conversations together, which you can find here.
Nati & I have been spending time with 70+ fabulous people from all over the world, in the Microsolidarity Practice Program. We’re using a bunch of relational practices and communication techniques to learn together about how to cultivate intimacy for community building. The next Practice Program starts at the end of July, learn more and register here. 💪