Episode 3 – Paul The Agorist: Ecovillage Community in Mexico

George Papp from The Conscious Renegade joins Paul, who was inspired to seek like-minded individuals desiring to live harmoniously with nature in an Ecovillage. He is heavily involved in the Freedom Cell movement in Mexico and is actively working to help others break the mold of modern consumerism. In this interview, we discuss the challenges around forming communities, resolving conflicts between community members and finding the right opportunity for someone to participate in evolving an Ecovillage project. Although getting involved legally and financially in an Ecovillage with complete strangers can be a daunting task, Paul’s experiences shed light on the possibilities, enabling you to achieve your dream of living a comfortable life in nature surrounded by a supportive community.

The Conscious Renegade is an independent media organization striving to educate, engage, and empower you to be the change you want to see in the world. Whether you want to quit your nine-to-five, find financial freedom, or make a positive difference in society.

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Paul Ecovillage
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Mexico Migration: https://t.me/MexicoMigrationFreedomCells

Podcast Honorable Mentions

Pam Warhurst Incredible Edible Landscapes in Todmorden England
Pam grows fruit, herbs and vegetables around Todmorden that are for everyone to share. She also run a wide range of events that help strengthen the local community.

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The Secret of Roseto – The Power of Your Community

Ron Finley, the Guerrilla Gardener in South Central LA

Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central LA — in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs. Why? For fun, for defiance, for beauty and to offer some alternative to fast food in a community where “the drive-thrus are killing more people than the drive-by’s.”

The Ron Finley Project
The Ron Finley Project is teaching communities how to transform food deserts into food sanctuaries, and teaching individuals how to regenerate their lands into creative business models. We envision and want to facilitate a world where gardening is gangsta!

Gangsta: projecting strength on one’s own terms, hip, cool, innovative, revolutionary, resolute, vital, the cutting edge.

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