This article tries to elaborate a methodological framework for understanding the potential for social movement in networks of everyday life. Based on the discussion of the “planetary society(” Melucci 1996) ⊖a society completely interdependent on itself, but still constrained by being on the planet Earth and the biological structure of human beings⊖ our research group proposed a holistic approach to the multiple problems of the planetary society and to the possibility for a “living knowledge”. We first discussed the importance of networks of everyday life in the contexts of social movement research and community research. Second, we examined concepts of the “long duration” and “structures of everyday life” raised by the French historian Fernand Braudel to capture the components and construction of everyday life as well as possible. Finally, we highlighted implications for further investigation into a “movement itself” in the planetary society.