Muse Project is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

MUSE PROJECT
presents a
TOWN HALL
on
Idaho’s Regenerative Future:  
Sustainable Economies and Local Markets

Featured speaker:  Lill Erickson, Western Sustainability Exchange
Local innovators will also be speaking, followed by audience dialogue

What would a regenerative future look like for Idaho?  
Why are local food markets the core link of sustainable economies?
April 23, 2015, 6:30pm
The Muse Buildling
1317 W Jefferson, Boise ID
NEW BLOG:  WHOLE SYSTEMS, RADICAL HOLISM
AND IDAHO'S FOOD ECONOMY

~Muse Project catalyzes the evolution of cultural values that liberates the choice of present and future generations to consciously create.~

Ongoing and Upcoming 

THE FACE OF SPIRIT

June 22 - July 2
With Brandie Redinger, a spiritual teacher since 1989.
You can expect:
-Silence
-A concentration of stillness with a rhythm of contemplation and meditation
-Evolutionary Dialogue (R)
-Awakening to Radical Wholeness
-Surrounding yourself to what you are made for, where your soul shapes your actions
-Great vegetarian meals

SALON SERIES Radical Holism
Thursdays:  Apr 30 - May 7, 14, 21 6:30pm
The Muse Bldg 1317 W Jefferson Boise

A four-week Salon Series using Evolutionary Dialogue(R) to focus on the principles of whole systems and how to apply these discoveries when considering local economics in our Idaho culture. Participants will have the opportunity to learn Evolutionary Dialogue(R) and its liberating guidelines of listening and speaking in ways that evolve the whole group's perspective as we delve more deeply into holistic principles and holistic thinking.

READ THE ENTIRE BLOG ON RADICAL HOLISM

 

 

 

Muse Project TOWN HALL
IDAHO'S 
REGENERATIVE FUTURE
:
Sustainable Economies and Local Markets

Montana's WESTERN SUSTAINABILITY EXCHANGE is at the forefront of developing regenerative food economies.  It's founder Lill Erickson will be showing us how they have been able to do this.  They have found that:  "Developing systems wide connectivity between producers, distributors and consumers within our food economies can lead to self sustaining practices and self-organization. "   more...