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She is a popular public speaker and workshop leader on forming intentional communities, and has been interviewed about the subject on NPR. She is a member of an intentional community in North Carolina. Finding community is as critical as obtaining food and shelter, since the need to belong is what makes us human. The isolation and loneliness of modern life have led many people to search for deeper connection, which has resulted in a renewed interest in intentional communities. These intentional communities or ecovillages are an appealing choice for like-minded people who seek to create a family-oriented and ecologically sustainable lifestyle—a lifestyle they are unlikely to find anywhere else. However, the notion of an intentional community can still be a tremendous leap for some—deterred perhaps by a misguided vision of eking out a hardscrabble existence with little reward. In fact, successful ecovillages thrive because of the combined skills and resources of their members.

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Diana Leafe Christian

The links are for your convenience and any commissions pay for my Geek account at Siteground where I host a range of public service websites. No purchase is necessary or expected. She teaches Sociocracy to intentional communities — including ecovillages and cohousing communities — in North America and internationally. She was editor of Communities magazine for 14 years, now publishes Ecovillages newsletter. Diana does workshops and training for intentional communities internationally including the United States, Canada, South America, and Europe.

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Next Economy Now highlights the leaders who are taking a regenerative, bio-regional, equitable, transparent, and whole-systems approach to using business as a force for good. Diana's mission is to help intentional communities get started successfully, function effectively, and achieve their goals. In she received the Fellowship for Intentional Community's Kozeny Communitarian Award, a lifetime acheivement award for her contributions to the US communities movement. Her third book will be about how groups can use Sociocracy for better meetings, to get more done, and to feel more connected. She also teaches the N St. Consensus Method for groups that would like to use consensus. An overview of the various common forms of intentional communities.

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