Resources to change the dream of the modern world.


Jocelyn Mercado

Jocelyn received a Bachelor's Degree in Spanish Languages and Literatures from the University of Delaware and a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Massachusetts. She has worked in Finance for over 15 years and is excited to be embarking on a new career in writing. She is currently working on her first novel, a modern myth based on actual and historical events that explores the fate of the indigenous cultures of the Americas and the ways that indigenous cultures are inextricably linked to the health of our planet. Jocelyn enjoys hiking in the mountains (especially Lake Placid and Asheville), spending time with her husband and two young daughters, gardening, trying out new recipes, and traveling.


Buen Vivir: A New Era of Great Social Change

Unleashing Wild Women and the Sacred Feminine to Transform the World

People and Trees: Intimately Connected Through the Ages

We Are the Universe Becoming Aware of Itself

The Wisdom Within: Sacred Masculine and Sacred Feminine

The Incredible Hidden Life of Trees

How Indigenous Wisdom Can Inform the Global Transformation We Need

Why I Want My Family to Embrace a Plant-Based Diet

Legal Recognition of the Sacredness of the Earth: Rights of Nature

The Spiritual Side of Environmentalism

A Path to a Brighter Future: Degrowth and Deglobalization

Indigenous Wisdom Illuminates the Path to a Sustainable Future

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