The Sakina Mail List


The sakina list was created to share discussion about saving biodiversity through consummating world visionary traditions in the reseeding of the genetic tree of life.  Sakina is the spirit of tranquillity, which also is derived from Shekhinah -the feminine face of God.  It arose from ideas emerging from Genesis of Eden, in particular the link between sexual sociobiolgy and freeing the feminine and nature from patriarchal dominion.

The sakina list is a free encounter forum about the wider visions enveloping this, from quantum non-locality, through cosmology to social concepts of ecosystemic democracy and emotional love.  It is free will and free spirit in ethical encounter aiming to form a space-time weave spanning the generations in a vision of the restoration of life's diversity.  By sharing individual visions of eco-renewal as well as the fabric of activism for reparadising Earth the sakina list articuloates a creative dynamical dissonance between freedom of intent and responsibility to cherish and replenish the Earth in saving life from mass extinction.

Sakina list invitation page
Sakina list invitation page

To join Sakina list server
 email email sakina-request@happysoft.com with the content subscribe in the body of the message.  (note:  Commands in the "Subject:" line are not processed.)
 

Weaving Renewal

We invite you to join with us with one heart in conceiving and conveying to others the Gaian/Dionysian whole Earth empowerment "WEAVING RENEWAL" evoked below. This empowerment is the seed for reconciliation between humanity and nature in reflowering a third of the world's living diversity.  Please reply to this invitation! Time is critically short to fulfil this fertility awakening. This is Gaian/Dionysian tradition and no accident.

Please do reply as a third of Earth's living diversity is the grail!

Sakina home page
Sakina home page

To access the concept in visual terms you can go immediately to:
http://www.sakina.org/santafe.htm


email Chris King <dhushara@hotmail.com>
        Jane King <jellking@aol.com>
 




 
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page uploaded 3 July 1999