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Offering living space and permaculture opportunity in the Berkshires/Western Mass

 
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Opportunity for a female looking for a low cost living situation that offers a 4 bedroom house surrounded by five acres of nature being transformed into a Permaculture farm.

We are a couple working in the healing arts and we travel to Europe half of our time.

We are looking for a gal that would like to learn or offer hands on experience in the art of permaculture.

We practice native American spirituality and run Sweat Lodges here in the Berkshires, Massachusetts and abroad.

As our plants need companions so do we and we’re hoping to find a kindred spirit to share our home and our love of nature.

 
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Location: In Hawaii at the moment
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Hello.  I'm in a transition period of my life and welcome an opportunity like this.  I am a single, 49 year old healthy woman.  I am very spiritual and resonate with indigenous cultures' belief systems.  I lived on the East Coast my whole life until 2012 when I moved to California. I attend many pow wows during those years.
Then last year I moved with my adult daughter to Hawaii.  She has since moved back to the DC area. Since being here, I've volunteered and work traded on a few properties.  I'm here until the time is up, whenever creator deems that to be appropriate. Meanwhile I've been learning some non-violent activism from the indigenous Hawaiians.   I'm alone and hoping to find my next opportunity for the next phase of my life.   Would love to communicate more if this opportunity is still available.  Mahalo.
 
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