The theme of Burning Man 2011 was Rites of Passage, and many people there shared stories about life passages and transitions. The Cleu crew created a beautiful liminal space for personal rites of passage in the Starman Dome where we
For Burningman 2011, we celebrate Rites of Passage, those magical transitions and transformations from one state of being to another. When you go through a rite of passage, you enter into sacred, liminal space where you can be reborn. Going
The Cleu is a handmade symbol that we like to give to anyone with a clue, but especially in person. For one thing, it’s easy to see the clue in you when we are face-to-face. There’s something about the eyes,
To develop Cleu community, you need to be together in person– there is no virtual substitute. To learn more about why real people need each other, read Sherry Turkle’s latest, Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less
To develop Cleu community where you live, meet in circle once a week. Study the Cleu book. Read Christina Baldwin’s Calling the Circle, and download useful guides to the circle from Peer Spirit Circling. Take the time to meet face-to-face.
If you think about where humanity seems to be headed, you will realize that storms are coming– metaphorical, like the economic meltdown, or literal, like the intense weather due to climate change. In stormy weather, it’s better to be together,