UT Connections June 19, 2010
*** Please disregard the signup procedure and videos…we have a new procedure in place ***
I just wanted to say that participation at urine-therapy.org has dropped since I released the donations-only private member community.
What I understand the dialogue to be that is at the core of our community is: how does money interact with health?
It does not make sense to ask for money for something that is a gift from the divine. But servers, time, hardware, upgrades, functionality, programming…all these things cost money.
So, how is a urine therapy hospital supposed to even work? Is is supposed to be a run-down facility with desperate patients and destitute doctors?
The same parallel discussion is: should an online urine therapy community be more of a “hole in the wall,” or maybe should it be “sponsored by a wealthy or giving soul?”
How does the universe work with these matters? I’m not presenting myself as someone with answers, however, I am very interested in your input.
To date, we’ve gathered around $6/month in donations. It might be $7/month, I’m not sure.
In order to offset personal costs, we need to get to $300/month. At that amount, I can run a real online community that has the functionality we can all use and enjoy.
However, I AM currently willing to sponsor our online community. Also, I am happy to invite you to join at no cost via this link:
—please join our complimentary newsletter to receive the join link—
The procedure for how to join is in the videos here:
The “private” community doesn’t really have anyone “in it” yet. And the whole idea of the community is for each of us to have totally private urine therapy blogs where we can post our questions and gain feedback from others who practice UT. It is a “virtual environment” for us to enhance our physical and spiritual lives with UT…and for us to learn from each other.
So, for subscribers on this mailing list, I invite you to follow the videos here:
and use this link
—please join our complimentary newsletter to receive the join link, the reasoning behind not publicizing this link is clear: keeping angry, abrasive, destructive individuals out of our safe environment—
to create your own blog within our private online UT community.
I also invite you to consider this the kind of project where you are “building together with a team.” Right now, the people who participate are basically coming to a “work site” and putting up walls, creating rooms, saying “hey we need more concrete,” and “let’s plant some trees over there…” that kind of thing…
So, again, you are invited to create your own blog completely without financial reimbursement, in exchange for your active and kind participation (and willingness to help others).
I’m making this newsletter edition available as a blog post for comment here:
…and I am very happy to receive your input…
Dainis W. Michel
PS: If you are receiving this newsletter later than june 2010, it’s because I automated the process described above, and you will be receiving our “back issue” newsletters until you “catch up.” That’s how the automatic system works, and it makes sense from a community standpoint for you to know where we’re coming from and how you can fit into our community. Again, if you don’t like how I’m doing things, please comment, and I do prefer comments that have potential solutions listed.
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…isn’t this a nice one…what a happy summer photo!
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