An invite to The Club of One Heart

I was chomping at the bit before Occupy Wall Street to have a game to play. Now, I’m gangbusters. It’s the same objective as the occupiers – to make a world that works. I want to be riding that energy with others. What a good time it is to link up.

I’ve always loved this quote:

Seek, above all for a game worth playing. Such is the advice of the oracle to modern Man. Having found the game, play it with intensity – play as if your life and sanity depended on it. (They do depend on it.)…Though nothing means anything and all roads are marked “no exit,”  yet move as if your movements had some purpose. If life does not seem to offer a game worth playing, then invent one. For it must be clear, even to the most clouded intelligence, that any game is better than no game. – The Master Game by Robert De Ropp

When I created my non-profit I named it Mighty Companions:

Now comes a period of settling down. This is a quiet time, in which the teacher of God rests a while in reasonable peace. Now he consolidates his learning. Now he begins to see the transfer value of what he has learned. Its potential is literally staggering, and the teacher of God is now at the point in his progress at which he sees in it his whole way out. ‘Give up what you do not want, and keep what you do.’ The teacher of God needs this period of respite…when he is ready to go on, he goes with mighty companions beside him. Now he rests a while, and gathers them before going on. He will not go on from here alone. – A Course in Miracles

So, I’m after a new wave of Mighty Companions.

What are the things that can get us to the tipping point, where there is fundamental new thinking going on? What can give new thinking a boost? The crop circles are but one mindblower among others.

I’m checking out whether there’s interest in Los Angeles for face to face engagements.

If you are fans of my movie, this is for you. You need to be willing to be on a team to spread the word about What On Earth?, and to rabble-rouse for other things that could wake the world up to a bigger reality than the one in which we are so violent with one another and abusive to the planet. (See Outside the Box Ideas, column left, for things we might play with.) This time, you have to be savvy about the internet and social media.

The invite to put our heads together is for Sunday, November 6,  3-8 pm, at my house in West Hollywood. Those who’ve come before know that thanks to my housemate, you get treated to delicious food, and that the crop circle phenomenon attracts very interesting people! I’m looking for responses from old buddies, people who’ve come to previous fan events, and friends I haven’t met yet. I’ve missed the pleasure of good company on a somewhat regular basis and hope there’s enough interest to do it again.

Make a Comment on this post to tell me you’d like to come. I screen Comments and unless you have more to say than that you’d like to take part – which I welcome and will post — I’ll just collect the info and won’t post it. If you are someone who wishes you were in L.A. to take part, Comment to tell me that, too. I’ll collect a list for what could develop into an internet branch of The Club of One Heart. And tell me where you live in case there’s enough response to set up live branches.

For more about where I’m coming from, which in essence hasn’t changed for a long time, see my archival site that I put up before the switchover to this format in 2001.

I pledge allegiance to myself,
Which is also all of you
And to the grand idea
Of which we are all a part,
One consciousness,
One intelligence,
With truth as reality for all.


12 thoughts on “An invite to The Club of One Heart”

  1. Hi Suzanne and thanks for responding to my earlier comments. I hope that you don’t write anything into them which was not intended. I applaud you and your work–along with your salons. I did not attend your previous five events where you just entertained because I didn’t pass your test of having seen your movie. So you might open your mind and your home to those who are focusing beyond crop circles and are happy to be on your team and who can and want to help you–without any need to eat your delicious food–while also meeting with other compatible souls in moving forward their visions and our other common interests. There is nothing irate intended in my comments before or now. The answer to your question to me is yes, you should charge for your movie to cover your efforts and costs. We are all still growing and opening ourselves to what the universe sends our way–crop circles as well as expanding social circles. Best wishes, Bobby

    1. Why not just buy my DVD? I serve a dinner that’s worth more than that. Or watch it on iTunes — dinner worth way more than that. If you want to make a gathering for good souls to help the world, with no ante, I’d be happy to come, but watch out lest hundreds show up, especially if the eats are good.. I am focused way past crop circles — they are just my ticket to get in doors where we can talk about how much bigger a reality we are in than our worldview acknowledges.

  2. Suzanne, I happened upon your site here via the westwiththe99percent post you made. I believe everything happens for a reason so I read much of your posts and followed the link to your old site and read that too. It is wonderful what you are doing and perhaps the 99% are there due to the efforts of your gathered thinking. I live in Indiana and thinking like this, as you probably know, is not the norm here so the internet is my only escape from negative here. I just wanted to respond to let you know how very much I appreciate people like you and to wish you well in all your efforts. For the sake of us all 🙂

  3. I guess I’m feeling like the language juggler today…

    “I pledge allegiance to all beings
    Which are also all of me

    That’s another way of starting it.

    We say, “It’s the same objective as the occupiers – to make a world that works.”

    Perhaps what we are feeling is this: The world already works. We all already work. We don’t have to make it work. Perhaps we need to stop trying to make it work and start listening to how it works.

    1. Same meaning, different ways to state it, me being you and you being me. “Start listening to how it works” would be a way to make it work!

  4. Dearest Suzanne: Why do you insist that a master game of mighty companions come together in a team of good company–only if they agree to promote YOUR movie and then investigate YOUR idee fixe on the crop circle phenomenon? There’s now a new paradigm of coming together with open minds and open agendas for collective and cooperative actions–not simply doing things YOUR way which hasn’t changed for a long time. You do seem to be sincere and have good intentions. Perhaps you can open your mind to consider these comments offered in love, so that you will no longer miss the pleasure of good company and the universe will allow new viewpoints to choose to join your well-intentioned efforts. [Please post these comments and your responses for those wanting to support your efforts.] Best wishes, Bobby

    1. It’s my nickel and indeed that is what I want — help with my movie. I made the movie to change the world, so help for the movie would be consistent with any of the other efforts such a team might make. Obviously anyone who didn’t have lots of enthusiasm for the difference my movie could make wouldn’t want to be on this team. I’m looking for those who feel as I do about it. Plenty of altruism on tap for whatever else we might do, not to mention the pleasurable aspects of being with like-minded people at my beautiful house eating my delicious food.

      I don’t know if you were on the list when I had five events where I just entertained — fabulously — people in L.A. who were fans. I had five of them because I had so many acceptances that I couldn’t fit that many in my house at once. A lot of money and a lot of effort went into it — you’ve never been to my house, but if you had been, you’d be impressed. There was no request for anything.

      Your comment is sort of in the vein of people who are irate that I don’t give the movie away online, and that they have to pay for it. If I’m so high minded, why don’t I give it away? Do you think that needs an answer?

  5. Suzanne, I would love to come and I am eager to meet you in person. We live in the Seattle area, and on the evening of November 6th we have a screening of our documentary here in Bellevue.

    I have been following crop circles for a while now, and also was “introduced” to you when my husband Terry and I visited L.A. to work with Marc Rosenbush (Sept. 2010) on ideas for promoting our film (

    Look forward to connecting with you soon.


  6. Comment: Decisions and their consequent actions follow from belief systems. What are the numerous belief systems that have brought humans to this point? What new belief systems must be adopted to get us to a better place?

  7. Doug and I are big fans of Occupy Wall St., L.A, Miami, Chicago and Marianne Williamson~ and, of course, your great movie. (Time to see it again!)
    You are so wonderful to keep searching for MIGHTY COMPANIONS for all of us.

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