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Remember when . . . .

Nobody thought much about the front porch when most Americans had them and used them.
The great American front porch was just there, open and sociable,
an unassigned part of the house that belonged to everyone and no one, a place for family and friends to pass the time. 

~ Rochlin, Home, Sweet Home

This is a movement . . . .

You may not know it, but if you are reading this you are one of thousands of people who have raised their hand and said, yes, I want to hear more about this Tierra Soul stuff. I want to dig into sustainability deeply and with heart. You are among friends who long for the same simplicity and harmony you crave.

Maybe you are a past farm-stay guest, or maybe you are a Lazy-Lady Villager or perhaps you heard about our unique perspective on Birth Keeping and DIY Death Care. Maybe you are new here and still figuring out what we’re all about.

Whatever the case, you are not alone.

We are so grateful for your presence and support, ideas and enthusiasm, authenticity and courage, because the task of saving the earth, of rebuilding broken communities and establishing harmony and justice for all living things is no small endeavor.

It is nothing short of a Revolution.

And we want you to join us…..

We would be crazy to do it alone. . . .

And now that we don’t have to, now that we are surrounded by this amazing group of seekers and heart-centered activists and grounded mystics, we want to take it all a step further, a little deeper, a little closer.

You are officially invited to come over and hang out on our front porch with us while we take a look at the good life and what it means to live it.

If you are anything like us. . . .

you can sometimes work so hard at creating/giving/serving that you forget why you are doing it in the first place. Or maybe you are able to fend off the overwhelm of workaholism (in the name of Earth Care or Health) but find yourself strapped and broke and stressed about money.

We’ve been in both places and we are ready to find a middle way that includes the extremes but doesn’t get stuck in either one – too much work or not enough money…. and with a healthy dose of PLAY!

So we have created a month long program with weekly lessons and exercises to help you manifest the good life right on your very own front porch (or equivalent).

It includes special guest interviews with Sherry Rothwell, Stephanie St. Claire, Nina Gorbet, Laura Lo Forti and images from Ashley Paquin. It’s an inspiring journey and we hope you’ll join us!

Here is a sneak peak:

FPR week 1 lesson 1 FPR week 1 lesson 2
FPR week2 lesson 1 FPR week2 lesson2.001
FPR week 3 lesson 1 FPR week 3 lesson 2
FPR week 4 lesson 1 Filling the Void
We have no art

Join the Front Porch Revolution!

You’ll be glad you did!

 

Wanna Join Us?

p.s. No actual Front Porch Required to Join!!!

Here is what others are saying:

561685_563675386979045_376637450_nRobin Rice:

My favorite thing about the FPR was that it allowed me to feel peace and calm. It was a great reminder that life is so much more than your job or career. It reminded me to slow down and appreciate everything. I have read about Krista and Tierra Soul and was sure that anything coming from her would be peaceful and inspiring. And it was. I remind myself constantly that life is everything around me, not just the things that society deems important, that I need to be me (from my clothes to my personal methodology.) and that slowing down to “do nothing” is perfectly fine and I try to do it at least 15-30 minutes a day now.

The Front Porch Revolution is inspiring, helpful, and motivating.

John Saltveit:

My favorite thing about the Front Porch Revolution was Comparing my experiences with others on the podcasts. I seemed to have a lot in common with the idea before I started the course, but I am a man, so I was a little nervous about the Lazy Lady Living part. Now that I have done the course I am no longer nervous. The course was emotionally confirming and had a different way of explaining ideas. I am local and am happy to know Tierra Soul is a cool place to refer friends to when they’re visiting Portland. I would definitely recommend the course to anyone wanting a new perspective.

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