The Praxis is Emerging…

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WHAT IS “PRAXIS”?

Praxis is a Latin word meaning “practice”.

But, at Commonway, it’s much more.

Praxis is a noun.

· The practice of law.

· The practice of medicine.

· The practice of a new society.


Praxis is a verb.

Practicing the piano.
Practicing martial arts.
Practicing a new society.

WHAT ARE WE PRACTICING?

Practicing Societal Transformation:

You can practice the “status quo”.

Or… you can practice the transformation of our
society.

It’s your choice…


Practicing Inclusivity:

We can talk about “We are One”.

Or… we can practice it.

Practicing Our Spirit:

Religions and dogmas tend to divide us.

We think it’s time to practice the inclusive Spirit that lies within all LIFE.

It’s time for us to ACT like “We are One”.


WHAT IS THE INTENTION OF PRAXIS?


“ ’Practice’ is anything you intend to get good at.”

George Leonard

What is it that we intend to get good at?

· Practicing Societal Spirituality/ Common Faith

· Practicing Wisdom/ The Intelligence about Relationships

· Practicing Inclusive Activism for a New Society (replacing adversarial activism)

· Practicing the leadership we need to get to the world we want.

PRACTICE IS INTENTION MADE VISIBLE.

· Visible to yourself

· Visible to your community

· Visible in the world.


WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF PRAXIS?

We are growing, developing and emerging as we go along.

· Daily: “A Moment for Wisdom” – An opportunity to pause and reflect on aspects of personal and societal intelligence about
relationships.

· Weekly: “The Praxis Exercises” Activities to strengthen inclusivity in self and community.

· Monthly: Classes, workshops, meditations… opportunities to build community (upcoming)


HOW IS PRAXIS FUNDED?

Praxis is funded by those who participate.
A self-funding emerging community of practicing transformationists.

One Response to The Praxis is Emerging…

  1. Marcia Danab says:

    This is inspiring. Please sign me up for thw weekly wisdom emails

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