Love, Magic, Miracles

There’s not many hippie communes left in the world and as Andrew Jacobs of The New York Times wrote that, contrary to popular misconceptions, “most communes of the ’90s are not free-love refuges for flower children, but well-ordered, financially solvent cooperatives where pragmatics, not psychedelics, rule the day.”[1] There are many contemporary intentional communities all over the world, a list of which can be found at the Fellowship for Intentional Community.[2]

One of those is the Findhorn Foundation community who is celebrating their 50th anniversary year with a Love, Magic, Miracles conference to explore and celebrate the spiritual truth that love is the greatest power on earth.

Findhorn Foundation community is an experiment in conscious living, a learning centre and an ecovillage to read more visit them HERE.

One thought on “Love, Magic, Miracles

  1. I grew up in a small rural community that wasn’t a hippie commune,..but similar. Our extended families had huge gardens that everyone worked in and benefited from. We all helped each other each summer when the produce was ready. I thought this was the way everyone lived until I moved to a city. Wrong! i saw similar situations with families in rural Costa Rica. When people keep other’s best interests at heart, communal living can thrive.

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