Join us as we share the amazing story of Cecilia Mailon and her dream of creating VeganVille! As a certified Non-profit 501(C)3, Veganville is a sanctuary for rescued animals and a space for the community to build compassion for animals and for the environment.
As a guest on Larry Morrison’s podcast, “The Journey Inward: Uncovering Universal Truth” I had the privilege to share my story of adventure and awakening. In this Episode, we discuss the law of attraction, living a life of liberation, consciousness, meditation, the energy of life, moving past our conditioning and other insightful topics. With this talk, our intention is to help listeners find inspiration to live the life of their dreams and discover greater happiness within themselves and for the world. Thanks so much to Larry for the opportunity to speak on his show. More episodes to come!
The Adventure of Truth is a project dedicated to increased harmony on our planet. By truly connecting to our inner selves, we firmly believe that we can ameliorate our relationship with the planet while becoming happy, strong, and healthy. Through exploration of meaning, truth, and opportunity we intend to take steps towards unifying our world and creating a sustainable future. Connecting as many people, movements, and networks to the common goal of healing the planet is the primary focus of The Adventure of Truth vision. Our insight and passion is to grow a universal selfless intention by connecting and collaborating with other people, networks, and organizations who share the same initiative.
At The Adventure of Truth, our passion is to heal the planet. Through collaborative projects like building permaculture landscapes, meditation workshops, podcasts, water blessings, restorative seed planting, community trash pick up events, content creation, environmental education workshops and other avenues, we intend to take steps to connect people to the planet and to their truest selves. Our passion for a sustainable future and community healing combined with our intention of the highest and greatest good will serve for the greatest benefit on behalf of all.
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With the intention of creating a healthier and more sustainable future by demonstrating how to create healthy compost, today’s profile of Dave Wann at Harmony Gardens aims to help humanity take a step in this direction. David Wann is an author, filmmaker, and speaker on the topic of sustainable lifestyles and designs. He has also produced 20 videos and TV programs, including the award-winning TV documentary “Designing a Great Neighborhood,” about the Holiday neighborhood in Boulder. David is president of the Sustainable Futures Society and a Fellow of the National Simplicity Forum. He worked more than a decade as a policy analyst for U.S. EPA and co-designed the cohousing neighborhood where he lives, in Golden. After 20 years of cultivating the garden here in Golden, he has become a library of knowledge when it comes to the synergies of the natural world.
In coordination with the Boulder Valley School District and Friar Farms, a Friday morning field trip for Boulder middle school students inevitably grew into something more.
Located just to the east of the city of Boulder, Friar Farms is a 40-acre farm that seeks to bring about the best of its land and of the people who experience its beauty. At Friar Farms, “We utilize organic growing methods that are sprouted from the best seed and the purest water. Developing intent that is rooted in love brings about the fullest expression of that which we grow.”
During our time with the students, we taught principals of gratitude and intention while working with seeds and cultivating a healthy soil complex. Over the course of the day, we put together compost bags, spread seeds, gathered weeds for fermented plant juices, and spent time with these majestic horses.
With the intention of opening the minds of the students to the inner workings of the natural world, we sought to gift the experience of working with the elements of nature. In doing so, we had a wonderful afternoon full of excitement and learning. Many of the kids were excited to get their hands dirty and we hope to offer this experience again in the future. Special thanks to Scott and Friar Farms for providing the space for all to learn and grow.