As I mentioned in my previous post, last week I traveled from my new home base at Acorn Community in Mineral, Virginia to New York City to foster alliances with local communities, collectives, and co-ops in the area. Overall, our trip was successful, as we met with several new groups and individuals, and furthered our progress to potentially set up our own Point A basecamp in the future.
As I do this activism work, I’m learning about what it takes to build and run intentional communities, and I’m finding this experience to be absolutely invaluable to me, because my goal is to build my own spiritually-oriented intentional community in the future.
Right now, this idea is merely a fantasy, as I simply do not have the resources to make it happen, but I figure if I put this idea out there in the universe now, it will begin to manifest in ways that I cannot even imagine. Freedom Earth is an online spiritually-oriented community, so I’ve already succeeded in doing this in the virtual realm, but of course it is a much more complicated task to build a physical community.
Inspired by the lore of Star Wars, my goal is to build a Jedi (spiritual warrior) academy, which right now I am calling Kadmon Academy. It would be a place where people can come for discipline training, and live in harmony with nature among others who share the same ideals, although it would be universal–open to all belief systems. There would be an education center among other types of necessary facilities.
Soon I am going to register a domain name and start working on a website for the academy, and begin working on developing the philosophy for it. I will also be looking into fundraising and start reaching out to others to help make this happen.
This is my dream project, and I am committed to seeing it through. I believe it is the next step of my ascension mission, and everything I have worked toward is leading me to this.
Please let me know if you’re interested in the idea, and we can talk further. Right now this is in the beginning stages of development, so I am open to hearing more ideas.