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welcome to the fringe
A dedicated space for you to share and expand your ideas about healing. Joining ‘The Fringe’ is free, no strings attached, with no tricky fine print. We created this community to connect with others passionate about ancient forms of healing and their place in today’s world.
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We are here to cultivate a community that embraces these fundamentals and applies them to everyday health and wellness.
We are trying to change the world for the better. We hope you join us.
“No man can become rich without himself enriching others.”
One thing is universally needed for all of us to heal – each other.
Our ancestors cultivated communities that flourished by the simple act of gathering around a fire. The campfire was our original social network where we were able to connect and share stories. Some of our most basic needs are strengthened by gathering – sharing traditions, failures, successes, and hope.
WHAT WE’RE ABOUT
Centuries ago, we shaped our cultures by prioritizing our desire and ability to understand one another and to cooperate with a shared vision pointing us in the direction we wanted to go – together.
“The power of community to create health is far greater than any physician, clinic or hospital.”
Belonging to a community contributes to good health and longevity.
Scientists agree that our social relationships and belonging to community can have a range of health benefits including improvement in our mental health, physical health, health habits, and mortality risk.
WHAT WE know
Today’s digital social programming separates and divides us. Belonging to a community can combat feelings of separation and isolation, and create inner experiences of harmony and belonging. Experiencing a sense of wholeness in a community allows for healing, and that is what Fringe is all about.
Yesterday’s Medicine, Today’s Science
The outer edges. The fringe is where we can be who we are,
where we have always belonged.