Liminal Village is a co-living and co-creation hub in the center of Italy. We have been experimenting forming temporary communities aimed at creating value for the world, heal themselves and heal the collective, by emphasising the balance of personal, local and global needs. Inspired by the concept of a Resource-Based Economy, Liminal, meaning “a place of transition” or “a place that occupies both sides”, is an embodied experimental ground where value-aligned people can co-create and experience the future they would like to see. Using natural cycles to guide progress, we focus on reinventing how we can live in harmony with each other and the planet, by “upgrading the operating system of society” and transitioning from scarcity based market economies to “access abundance”
It is a place without spectators, as all the guests participate in the creation of the program, giving talks and workshops about their knowledge or passions.
During their stay, visitors of the Liminal Village are invited to balance their attention on three aspects:
Personal: Work on/do something for yourself. During your stay, you can find and set your personal goals and life project, or advance your own. Find your Ikigai, fight your fear, learn something new, write your book or your very own TED talk!
Local: Do something for the people around you and for your surrounding: Teach something you know, build something, create art, regenerate the place around you, etc..
Global: Do something for the planet and the people living on it: Find a cause that you deem important in the world, find out more about it, then find ways to help and improve!
Membership & Visitors
- Current members: 2
- Open to new members
- Open to visitors
We host temporary communities for weeks/month-long events (hack-alongs) in four stages: discovery (starting at new moon), co-creation (up to full moon), then integration (last quarter) and harmonisation (up to new moon). More info on hack-alongs is available on the website.
We also have residency programmes for selected participants.
Get in touch with us if you would like to apply for a short stay / participate to an hack-along.
We do not charge for the stay, but we ask the participants to leave a contribution to be able to afford to host the future ones.