The Sedona Source Center has personally invited you and other key people, organizations, businesses and media in the Northern Arizona community to become members at no cost except 15 minutes of your time to set-up your profile and "My Portal" website.
This is a powerful communications and networking toolkit, an online forum and social media portal for you exchange ideas, share media and build projects together.
Because we're local we enjoy face-to-face community gatherings periodically in addition to our on-line network. The purpose of this and all our other "Source Centers" is to create a comprehensive "Source Directory" for the emerging culture in the areas of business, green entrepreneurship, sustainable living, health and wellness, and spiritual and metaphysical.
Additionally we operate a small news/media organization that emphasizes sustainability and community values featuring user-generated content (e.g., blogs, videos, photos, music, events) selected from the Internet.
This giant leap forward is nothing less than a miraculous resynchronization of our own conscious evolution for the future!
~ John David Van Hove, Founder & CEO
We really enjoyed last weekend’s events. They were so enlightening, informational and delightful We hope to attend many more of your events in the future. Your center is amazing and we look forward to 2014’s calendar as well! ~ Mary Ann & Dante Fierros
Johnny Liberty is one of my heroes - a true modern day pioneer for freedom and justice for all. His courage inspires me and his research informs me ongoingly in my quest toward a free and thriving world. ~ Foster Gamble
ICR has launched numerous local and regional source centers for the emerging culture.
Our local, regional or global resource center is simple, elegant and easy to use even if you do not have computer skills. So if you're willing to take 30 minutes, learn the "FAQ's & Tutorial", you'll have years of enjoyment connecting with the most dynamic and interesting people on the planet right here in your local community.
Here's what you can do on this portal and social media network.
Through these simple, but effective actions you become an active participant in the global community as part of ICR's Sedona Source Center.
Send a message and let us know how much you really care about our success, and how much value you have received from this network. Please my friends, take the lead, be generous, donate and chip-in today!
The Sedona Source Center is enjoying steady growth from its members having posted numerous photos, songs, videos, discussions, events and blog posts. If you're not already a member, SignUp today!
Along with many visionaries we have worked diligently to create a local, regional and global resource center platform to facilitate the conscious emergence of an enlightened planetary culture.
After many starts and stops over the years, finally the technology, resources and team are organized to accomplish such a grandiose vision. With several powerful web platforms integrated together, the capacity to communicate, network and manage information about people, projects, programs, media, organizations and businesses exists like never before.
With a vast network of resource people worldwide already on the path towards raising consciousness, the time is now to combine Internet technology with the people who are capable of making a difference and doing/being the greatest good.
- John Light, Founder & Organizer
Sedona Source Center
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