Clinton Callahan

Background and visions

Looking forward

I would like to live in: 
Any sustainable settlement
A project to life: 
I'm involved in an established project
Regions which interest me: 
Central America
South America
Asia

Networking

I would like to collaborate in: 
Educational project

Family

Family situation: 
married
I'm going to take with me: 
my partner

Professional situation

Profession: 
memetic engineer for synergizing strategy and tactics for global transformation
Actual work situation: 
freelance

Economy

My actual economy: 
I have a secure income
New life economy: 
I have a business which can also create an income for more people
Lifestyle: 
I'm happy to life in a simple situation without using a lot of money.
I like to do things properly by investing in good materials, good tools.

My projects

Skills

Communal living: 
master
Kitchen: 
master
Living in nature: 
journeyman
Garden: 
journeyman
Woodwork: 
amateur
Brickwork: 
amateur
Mechanics: 
amateur
IT work: 
journeyman
Administration: 
amateur

My products

My services

My resources

Article

Video

Clinton Callahan

Clinton Callahan is the originator of Possibility Management, which since 1975 is an open-code context supporting an evolving set of tools and processes for initiating human beings into free-and-natural adult (archearchy) cultures. Clinton was born in America but relocated to Europe in 1995. He is a memetic engineer, initiator and Trainer trainer. Marion is a global village weaver born in Germany who also designs transformational processes and spaces. Together Marion and Clinton founded Next Culture Research & Training Center, developed Expand The Box trainings, Possibility Labs and Trainer Labs, and wrote Directing the Power of Conscious Feelings, and Radiant Joy Brilliant Love, in English and German. Their work builds bridges leading to a sustainable human presence on Earth through upgrading human thoughtware. Most recently they have been serving communities such as Schloss Glarisegg, Tamera, Armonia Brassovia, Tempelhof, and Zegg. They are working on a film documentary called The Emergence of Next Culture and are part of the General Memetics project.

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NextGEN Conference 2014

July 3 - 12
Project: 

This year NextGEN-Europe conference will be an event full of opportunities to connect, share inspiration and weave a strong network.

Young people from all over Europe will come together!

If you are a young person who is somehow involved in the ecovillage network - or you want to be so in the future - we warmly invite you to bring your experience, dreams and being into our conference!

Radiant Joy Brilliant Love

a clarity that ignites unquenchable inspiration in your relationships

Books
Origen: 
Own creation
Utilisation: 
for sale
Offered by: 

www.nextculturepress.org

What if there were crystal clear insights and simple understandings that started precious new experiences in your relationship?

What if these ideas are not passed down from generation to generation for the simple reason that fathers, mothers and schoolteachers never heard of them?

What if using the new knowledge brings ongoing radiant joy, brilliant love, and profound intimacies with your partner?

Goodnight Feelings book

a new kind of bed-time story

Books
Origen: 
Own creation
Utilisation: 
for sale
Offered by: 

www.nextculturepress.org

Good Night Feelings invites little ones and big ones to round out their day together during picture-enhanced heart-to-heart sharing. This is a new kind of book, because every time you read it together the stories are different! Each story relates directly from your personal experiences.

Any sad moments, strong or subtle frustrations, spurts of fear, and ripples of joy – all are completed and washed away during this safely guided and respectful exchange.

Expand The Box training at Findhorn

upgrading human thoughtware for a sustainable human presence on Earth

June 26 - 29

27-30 June 2015 (4 days) at Findhorn in the week before the 2015 GEN Conference.
Description is also online at: http://www.findhorn.org/programmes/576/#.VG4flMn1aZQ

100 Million Nanonations

the emerging cultural evolution

A superstition is an easy-to-understand concept that has no basis in reality. Believing a superstition blocks the perception of more useful possibilities. But superstitions are not called superstitions until they are recognized as superstitions. Before then they are regarded as the truth.

About project or event: 

General Memetics

sustainable culture thoughtware for ecovillage projects

General Memetics is a small (~10 persons) project-oriented team of mutually-committed Possibility Managers. Together we develop, document, and deliver powerful tools and processes for facilitating personal, organizational, and global shift to next culture... all open-code, and all copyleft. We also train others how to train others to do this to so as to increase the number and effectiveness of authentic shift agents on Earth.

Conscious Feelings

using your feelings consciously changes the culture you live in

Books
Origen: 
Own creation
Utilisation: 
for sale
Offered by: 

www.nextculture.press

The ideas given to us about feelings by modern culture are so distorted that we equate feeling good with feeling nothing. We don’t actually want to feel happy. When someone asks us, "How are you feeling?" and we say, "Fine." or "Good." what we are saying is "I feel numb, and that is good."

Next Culture Initiatory Processes

What is your next adulthood initiation?

Next Culture Initiatory Processes from Archearchy

Published by the project: 
General Memetics

SecretGiant

authentic initiation steps

August 16 - 23

We will spend a week together in which we intensely work on getting to know our deepest longings and purposes, become conscious about blockages that hold us back in being who we really are, and go through life-changing four-body archetype-initiating processes.
This will be a custom-designed experience just for us with amazing workshop leaders to guide us through this adventurous week.

GEN EU Conference 2014 Opening Song

Manitonquat, Hagara, and Charlie Ehrenpreis singing "Who could ask for anything more?" from Pete Seeger at the GEN Europe Conference 2014 at Zegg.