In the last couple of months, I went deep-see diving, to see what we could see while diving, into the depths of the harmonic vibrancy experience and the Ecosynomics framework with two groups. One was near the shores of the Quabbin Reservoir, just outside Amherst, Mass, and the other was on Lake Norman, just north of Charlotte, North Carolina.
Near Amherst, Massachusetts, I spent a week with Luis Paiz, of Doctors without Borders, who is now the new director for Oxfam Guatemala. Luz Maria Puente, a board member of ISC co-facilitated the Amherst Ecosynomics Intensive with me. On the Friday of that week, a few folks from Boston and New York City came into meet Luis.
Then on Lake Norman, seven of us gathered for a few days to take a deep dive, with David, Jay, and Richard from North Carolina, Anne Starr from Massachusetts, and Kathrin from Germany. ISC Fellow Christoph Hinske co-facilitated the NC Ecosynomics Intensive with me. During the week, the founder of THORLO, Jim Throneburg visited us to share his perspectives on the Ecosynomics of agreements. We completed the week with a visit to the THORLO facilities.
As each of these individuals finds their own voice for the Ecosynomics of human agreements, they become ambassadors for the work in the world. It is a pleasure to do this work with them. We are now planning our next deep-see dive for San Miguel de Allende this fall. Let me know if you are interested in joining us.