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Any person who is hauling, delivering, vending, providing, or selling potable water to any individual or organized camp other than their own private or individual camp at Burning Man must be permitted by either the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health (NDPBH) or the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP).

This policy does not apply to RV providers which provide a water already stocked in the RV for individual use.

Many large Theme Camps and art projects require materials and services to be delivered on playa. There are a few different options depending on your specific delivery needs. Understand that we cannot allow any deliveries to be made on playa if the drivers do not know exactly where they are going and the name of their contact person and group.

Below are the ONLY ways deliveries can be made on playa:

How does this option work? Either your group purchases a regular ticket for the delivery driver or the driver purchases their own ticket. The driver can then enter the event site through the main gate and stay to attend the event if they wish. If they need to make more than one delivery they will need to pay $20 upon exiting the gate for an in/out pass.

Who is this option good for? This option is ideal for delivery drivers who also want to attend the event, groups that do not require many deliveries, and delivery providers who are fine using the main gate for entry regardless of potential wait times from other participants.

What are the limitations of this option? Your delivery must be made through the main gate and is subject to potential wait times. If your delivery driver must leave the event and return, they will have to buy a $20 in/out pass each time they leave.

How does this option work? At an appointed time a member of your group meets the delivery at the main gate and the delivery is then transferred and brought in by your group member. The delivery driver and their vehicle never actually enter the event.

Who is this option good for? This option is good for groups with small, or drivable, one-time deliveries who also have the ability to arrange to have their delivery arrive at a specific time.

What are the limitations of this option? You must be able to communicate with your delivery driver and coordinate an arrangement in advance of when they will arrive so you know when to meet them at the gate. You will likely not have any means of contacting them once you are on playa. The delivery driver cannot enter the event site and s/he will not have a ticket for entry. Whoever meets the delivery at the gate must also have the ability to transport the delivery back into Black Rock City. Your delivery must be made through the main gate and is subject to potential wait times. The driver will not be allowed to offload or stage your delivery—you must be there to receive it.

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August 2018
Aug 25 2018 - Aug 26 2018

Getting the Love You Want – Imago Relationship Therapy

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September 2018
Sep 14 2018 - Sep 16 2018
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Oct 19 2018 - Oct 20 2018
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The Contemplative Alliance of Charleston is A group of spiritual, faith-based and thought leaders who have joined to honor the contemplative life and the inter-relatedness of all life on Earth.

We stand at a critical moment in our history, a time when the people of the Earth must choose their future. As the world becomes increasingly inter-dependent and fragile, that future at once holds great peril and promise. To move forward we must recognize that we are one human family and one Earth community sharing a common fate.

As citizens of the Lowcountry, a region that will be among the first to suffer the debilitating effects of climate change, we acknowledge our position as sentries in this looming family crisis. The stakes are existence itself.

Contemplative Alliance of Charleston understands that the lives of our children and grandchildren, of generations of humans and animals that have no voice, hinge on the actions that we do — or don’t — take now. We believe that many more people sense that in their hearts, and we commit to widening and working from that common ground. We pledge to partner with others to bring forth a more contemplative, just, and sustainable society founded on deep respect and care for our one home and one destiny.

The Global Peace Initiative of Women (GPIW), the parent organization of the Contemplative Alliance, has been striving to help facilitate this process since 2008 when we organized a gathering of religious leaders and spiritual communities at the Aspen Institute in Colorado. Out of that meeting the Contemplative Alliance was formed to bring contemplative practice to aid in the transformation of society, knowing that contemplative practice has not only individual but also collective impact.

Global Peace Initiative of Women (GPIW) and The Sophia Institute (TSI) jointly sponsored, for the second time, Global Contemplative Alliance Convocation in Charleston in June of 2017, Restoring Wholeness within Ourselves, Each Other, and the Vast Community of Life with Contemplative Alliance of Charleston. Participants explored how to foster the sense of unity in each of us, the sense of belonging, and of connection to the “other” in order to expand our realization to know our interconnection with other life forms and all of the earth. This awareness is crucial as we address social justice and care and protection of all people in Charleston and move into a future of unknown climate shifts and ecological instability.

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