Imagine a world where there is less crime, stress, and fear. Replaced is more inspiration, connection, trust, and security. A mentality that supports community and health as top priority.
Direct Action Valhalla believes this world can be a reality. In fact, it already exists in pockets all over the world.
Ecovillages, intentional communities, permaculture farms, and transition towns are examples of this movement. Their goal is to live a more whole life that is different than our autonomous, mechanical society that exists in our western world.
Direct Action Valhalla’s mission is to propel the growth and resilience of intentional communities, ecovillages, Permaculture farms, and others in this whole systems movement.
Our motive: SO why are we doing this? In a world where our resources, economy, political system, and planetary health is being severely questioned we have to re-evaluate who we are and how we want to live. The people of DAV have examined all parts of their privileged western lifestyles. Depicting piece by piece a life, adopted generationally, that thrives based on the pain and suffering of people. People and land that have been conquered in the past while being continually repressed today to fit the grand status quo.
DAV is a collective that has chosen to support a new lifestyle, a new perspective. A life where people thrive harmoniously together with their land. This lifestyle is based on a model that has proven to work for hundreds of thousands of years.
We want to facilitate the transition into this new way of being. We want to support a collective rise into purpose, inspiration, and responsibility as Earthlings.
“A push towards clean air, sunshine, beauty, rediscovering each other; community and celebration. This is a key shift in our perception. The difference between change that feels like being torn away from something and change that feels like moving towards something is huge. This is the approach transition takes. It suggests that collective intentional transition could lead us to a far better place than where we are today. Who’s to say that the world we see today is the best we could ever do?” (Hopkins, Rob. “Pg.39.” The Transition Companion: Making Your Community More Resilient in Uncertain times. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Pub., 2011. N. pag. Print.)