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New Zealand Mind

New Zealand Mind

New Zealand Mind is a new online discussion forum – a place for mindful New Zealanders. There’s no commercial spin, just a place to communicate with like-minds, serious or trivial.

It’s pretty much a blank canvas, so feel free to sign in and spread the word among your networks. Don’t forget, for it to be anything more than just a nice idea, you have to get posting.

It’s important to generate discussion at a New Zealand level and an online forum is of particular importance to people in more isolated communities.

The forum includes the following categories:

Spiritual Paths The journey of many roads – Buddhism, Mysticism, Shamanism, Mana, Wicca…

Healing Hands Reiki, herbs and other healing therapies

Reality Check Dreams, visions and co-existent realities

Gaia Consciousness Ecology, environment and communication with the Earth

Social Consciousness For our societal fabric and the Peoples front of Judea

Culture Manifest Mindful books, films, music – maybe even TV

Meetspace Events, workshops, gatherings and happenings

Over Tea General thoughts and everything in between

You can visit New Zealand Mind at:

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