is an education and support group for those who, originally inspired by the writings of Robert Heinlein, Robert Rimmer and Marion Zimmer Bradley, are now ready to LIVE such alternative lifestyles as cooperative living, open relationships and group marriage. Many of our concepts on multiply committed relationships come from Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land and The Moon is a Harsh Mistress. Live the Dream also sponsors a Nest of Church of All Worlds, the real-life, over fifty-year-old spiritual movement inspired by Stranger in a Strange Land. Live the Dream was founded in 1987 by Terry Brussel and Brian Gitt, inspired by Family Synergy founded in 1971 by Hy Levy and Pat LaFollette.
Live* Starting Saturday at 10am and going through to Sunday at 4pm
Zoom 11am to 2pm PDT
ALL REGULAR LTD MEETINGS ARE NOW ALSO ON ZOOM!
Join Zoom Meeting: Meeting ID: 317 597 1626 Passcode: Heinlein
Suggested Donation for those attending Live only
Gentlemen (pot luck dish appreciated). Ladies free with pot luck dish to share, otherwise same donation as gentlemen otherwise.
Paid members of Live the Dream: $5. Non-Members: $10 events. If you join Live the Dream the day of the meeting ($25 for singles, $40 for couples or groups at the same address) attendance is included
In a 2004 video interview Oberon is asked about the origin of the word and begins a reminisce that is quite revealing. The year was 1990. As he recalls it, Morning Glory was in the middle of a favorite and long running rant about how people in the pagan community who were in non-monogamous relationships just could Not Follow The Rules about conducting multiple relationships successfully. She happened to be voicing this complaint to her spouse of 16 years, Oberon, and Diane, their spouse of 8 years, who had heard it before, many times. Diane innocently suggested that since the rules were so important, maybe MG should write them up for everyone to see and they would publish them in an issue of the Green Egg, the premiere magazine at that time of the pagan and neo-pagan community. If she did that the rules would be read by thousands. Read More...