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A Center For Human Flourishing
26 August 2012
5:21 pm
Mark Jack
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So one thing I think we might not have discussed so far is a setting that may work best for providing Integral Herbalism or Integral Healthcare. I find Elliot Dacher’s idea for a Center for Human Flourishing really inspiring: http://www.elliottdacher.org/center-for-human-flourishing.html

29 August 2012
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This is an inspiring vision, the question is how is this made accessible to all? What I’ve been considering over the last few years is a sustainable community for healers, artists, spiritual practitioner. This would be a community where people could come for the long-term healing of health issues (body-mind-soul-spirit). Guests would be paying what they could (the wealthy would help fund for the less wealthy) and work would be part of the community ethos. Ideally there would be a center in Europe, the US and in places like Africa or Central America where we could work with locals and international visitors would help fund the project. I think many of Dacher’s ideas fit well with this vision.  

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