To define Economia Sagrada

I first need your attention...

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The financial crisis, the environmental crisis, and the crisis of the human soul are all part of one big crisis...

...The crisis of separation

Our civilization is a reality of the consequences born from the trauma of separation.

A separated culture

that determines our way of reasoning and how we conceive our very being. 

A separated heart

divided into correct and incorrect, thus in constant need of improvement.

A separated humanity

where we the good people are always at war against the bad people

A separated economy

  • If you and me are separate, then more for you is less for me.

  • Surrounded by "otherness", the separate being does whatever it takes to survive.

  • Traumatized by the loss of Oneness, whatever I have today is never enough to feel safe.

  • Our economic institutions reflect this mentality. 

                    (read "Understanding Money", where it all starts, or keep scrolling down)

But really, there is no - one to blame.

So, now that I have your attention...

Economia Sagrada is the economics of oneness

A different perspective

we cannot change our situation using the same tools that created it

Intrabeing

The center is everywhere - the circumference is nowhere

Our home

A sacred economy fosters the presence of the unique and connected.

Impossible?

Conceive the inconceivable

Destruction of nature stops now

As the urge to control
is released

A loving dance of

abundance & sufficiency

As our culture expands beyond separated logic

An economics that is sacred

As that which hurt, becomes a gift

Are you yearning for abundance?

Conditioned by a history of lacking, wounded by a culturally induced reality of scarcity, unease at the available ways to extract money: we yearn for the promise of abundance that new age spirituality talks about…

But, what is abundance? Is money good or bad? Is life a gift?

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