Creating social change, Economic Resilience

In many spiritual circles, it is popular to talk about gratitude.  Gratitude encompasses much more than a quickie “thank you.”  It implies a much deeper state of mind, one that practitioners realize will position you to receive even greater abundance.

Gratitude – together with all the volumes that have been written about it – is very much an ingredient of the gift economy.  A very beautiful ingredient, which enriches our hearts and spirits, at the same time as it potentially invites more substantial and tangible gifts.

Some communities are beginning to set up “gift circles” — a collection of people who want to engage in gifting practices on a regular basis.  But you don’t need to wait for an official gift circle.  Here’s how you can get gift economy concepts rolling right now.

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Creating social change, Economic Resilience, Environmental Change-Makers community


Don’t let it stop here.

In keeping with Charles Eisenstein’s gift culture, versions of this booklet are being offered to the public free of charge.Eisenstein reminds us “a gift transaction is open-ended, creating an ongoing tie between the participants.”We have an ongoing tie, you and I.

I invite you to participate in the gift culture too.

Re-gift this gift: Share this information, share what you have learned here. Encourage others to read this material. Distribute our free information sheets widely.Teach others about these ideas.Most of all, put these ideas into action — together.Grow community preparedness.

Our peace, security, and survival are counting on you.