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¿What are our real motivations behind each design? …

¿What are our real motivations behind each design?

 What influence does our world-vision have on this? How do our daily objectives & criteria fit in all this? If our vision is programmed, in great part by the "consumer dream" of our present culture ... How can we really change it?

Even though we might have good information & good intention, it's inevitable that we go dragging behind us many habits, patterns & ways of thinking that aren't very permacultural ...

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  • ¿Cuales son nuestras verdaderas motivaciones detras de cada diseño?¿Que influencia tiene en ello la visión del mundo que albergamos? ¿Como encajan nuestros Objetivos cotidianos y nuestros criterios en todo esto? Si nuestra visión esta programada, en gran parte por el "sueño destructivo" de nuestra cultura actual...¿Como podemos realmente cambiarlo?Aunque tengamos muy buena información y buenas intenciones, es inevitable que vayamos arrastrando muchos hábitos, patrones y formas de pensar que no son muy permaculturales. Muchas tienen que ver con cómo diseñamos, sin ser muy conscientes del cómo o el porqué.
  • Visión Habito 2 Mind-MoviesMisión y CriteriosSostenibilidadMotivación del Diseño
  • Visión Habito 2 Mind-MoviesMisión y CriteriosSostenibilidadMotivación del Diseño
  • Imagination is more important than knowledge Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character. once said: “A perfection of means, and a confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem.”
  • "You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete." Buckminster Fuller
  • Nuestra vida es MUY diferente cuando sabemos lo que de verdad es importante para nosotros, y, quedando con esta imagen en nuestra mente, nos movemos cada día para ser y hacer lo que de verdad importa más.
  • Nuestra vida es MUY diferente cuando sabemos lo que de verdad es importante para nosotros, y, quedando con esta imagen en nuestra mente, nos movemos cada día para ser y hacer lo que de verdad importa más.
  • Nuestra vida es MUY diferente cuando sabemos lo que de verdad es importante para nosotros, y, quedando con esta imagen en nuestra mente, nos movemos cada día para ser y hacer lo que de verdad importa más.
  • Visión Habito 2 Mind-MoviesMisión y CriteriosSostenibilidadMotivación del Diseño
  • nuestra conducta no la debe regir el capricho ni el azar, decisión - decidir si ésta nos acerca o nos aleja de nuestros objetivos.
  • relajar... limpia la mente de las preocupaciones concéntrate en este pequeño ejercicio - durará sólo unos minutos. Imagina .. que estás yendo al funeral de un ser querido. imagina que estás llegando a la ceremonia. ...imagina que como llegas, de lejos ves los flores, la gente.. que te acercas y oyes la música o charlar de las personas.... Ves las caras de familia y amigos, sientes y compartes la tristeza del perder, la felicidad de haber conocido, que se irradia desde los corazones de las personas que están ahí. .. te acercas al féretro y miras dentro.. y te encuentras cara a cara contigo mismo. Esto es tu funeral. Todas estas personas han venido a honrarte a ti, a expresar sentimientos de amor y aprecio por tu vida. Imagina que te sientas y esperas que empiece el servicio, y te pones a leer el programa. Hablarán 4 personas. 1. un miembro de tu familia, inmediata y la extendida - niños, hermanos, tías, primos y abuelos 2. uno de tus amigos, alguien que puede dar una impresión de cómo fuiste tu como persona, 3. una de tu profesión 4. una de una organización de tu comunidad en la cual serviste. AHORA PIENSA PROFUNDAMENTE Qué te gustaría que cada una de estas persona dijera de ti y tu vida? Qué tipo de marido, mujer, padre o madre te gustaría que reflejaran sus palabras? Qué tipo de hija o hijo o primo? Que tipo de amiga? Que tipo de asociado de trabajo? Qué tipo de carácter te gustaría que hubieran visto en ti? Qué contribuciones, que logros te gustaría que se recordaran de ti? Mira atentamente a las personas que te rodean, ahí en tu funeral. Que diferencia te gustaría haber hecho en sus vidas? .. AHORA TOMA UNOS MINUTOS PARA ESCRIBIR TUS IMPRESIONES.
  • nuestra conducta no la debe regir el capricho ni el azar, decisión - decidir si ésta nos acerca o nos aleja de nuestros objetivos.
  • nuestra conducta no la debe regir el capricho ni el azar, decisión - decidir si ésta nos acerca o nos aleja de nuestros objetivos.
  • nuestra conducta no la debe regir el capricho ni el azar, decisión - decidir si ésta nos acerca o nos aleja de nuestros objetivos.
  • nuestra conducta no la debe regir el capricho ni el azar, decisión - decidir si ésta nos acerca o nos aleja de nuestros objetivos.
  • nuestra conducta no la debe regir el capricho ni el azar, decisión - decidir si ésta nos acerca o nos aleja de nuestros objetivos.
  • MUY fácil enredarse en la trampa de la actividad, en el lío de la vida.. de trabajar siempre más para “climb de ladder of success” sólo para descubrir que está apoyada en la pared equivocada. cada paso nos acerca más al sitio equivocado. empty successes . .. come at the expense of things they later realize were far more valuable to them.
  • by design or default si no desarrolamos nuestra conciencia y.. empoderamos a los demás y circunstancias a plasmar nuestras vidas 1) ej. una casa - se crea en todo detalle antes de clavar el primer clavo. si no la segunda creación será un desastre. Asegurarse que la primera creación es de verdad que y cómo lo quieres 2) una empresa - tienes que definir claramente que quieres conseguir. luego pensar / diseñar todos los detalles (mercado, servicio, financias, investigación, operación, recursos, etc.) La mayoría de empresas fallan a la primera creación (falta de buen plan de empresa) 3) mismo con ser padres. si quieres criar personas sanas y responsables, tienes que tener esto en cuenta en los tratos diario con ellos, no puedes comportarte con ellos de formas que minan su auto-estima o auto-disciplina.
  • Visión Habito 2 Mind-MoviesMisión y CriteriosSostenibilidadMotivación del Diseño
  • Seguro que algunos de nosotros mostramos un aprecio desinteresado por nuestras vidas, pero como tenemos que gastarlas de algún modo ¿por qué no ser útiles? Muchos graduados ya han caído muertos entre arneses, ¡la Brigada Ralph Long de gente desinteresada extinta! A mis estudiantes les apremio diciéndoles: “el camino está claro, el sendero está abierto !no esperes órdenes!“ Todo lo que tienes que te pertenece es tu vida y tu trabajo. Ambos son regalos valiosos para aquellos menos bien-informados. Tenemos la deuda del privilegio y nunca será pagada. ¡Adelante!
  • Nuestra vida es MUY diferente cuando sabemos lo que de verdad es importante para nosotros, y, quedando con esta imagen en nuestra mente, nos movemos cada día para ser y hacer lo que de verdad importa más.
  • ej. quiero poner en marcha una finca ecológica ... porqué quiero ser popular ... o porqué quiero avanzar la experiencia de todos sobre la sostenibilidad, o porqué quiero vivir tranquila y olvidarme de lo feo que es eso aya, o porqué tengo miedo ...
  • Nuestra vida es MUY diferente cuando sabemos lo que de verdad es importante para nosotros, y, quedando con esta imagen en nuestra mente, nos movemos cada día para ser y hacer lo que de verdad importa más.
  • Management: COMO puedo mejor conseguir algunas cosas Liderazgo es primero: CUALES son las cosas que quiero conseguir - y porqué
  • quien ha escrito la peli que estoy dirigiendo? scripting
  • porqué cada persona es única, la misión personal reflejará esto - en contenido y forma si se basa en principios correctos, será virtualmente inmutable, como una constitución (amendments 26 en 200 años, del USA)
  • para escribir la misión personal, tenemos que empezar en el medio de nuestro círculo de influencia - el centro que tiene nuestros paradigmas básicos. la lente averiguar (con conciencia) si nuestras mapas corresponden al territorio, si principios son correctos. la conciencia como brujola (compass)
  • nuestro centro determina nuestra -
  • nuestro centro determina nuestra -
  • quien ha escrito la peli que estoy dirigiendo? scripting
  • nuestra conducta no la debe regir el capricho ni el azar, decisión - decidir si ésta nos acerca o nos aleja de nuestros objetivos.
  • es otra mapa
  • no son esotericos, misteriosos o religiosos. se pueden comprobar y son auto-evidentes
  • Visión Habito 2 Mind-MoviesMisión y CriteriosSostenibilidadMotivación del Diseño
  • we cannot solve our problems with the same kind of thinking that created them
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  • we cannot solve our problems with the same kind of thinking that created them
  • Visión Habito 2 Mind-MoviesMisión y CriteriosSostenibilidadMotivación del Diseño
  • ¿Cuales son nuestras verdaderas motivaciones detras de cada diseño?¿Que influencia tiene en ello la visión del mundo que albergamos? ¿Como encajan nuestros Objetivos cotidianos y nuestros criterios en todo esto? Si nuestra visión esta programada, en gran parte por el "sueño destructivo" de nuestra cultura actual...¿Como podemos realmente cambiarlo?Aunque tengamos muy buena información y buenas intenciones, es inevitable que vayamos arrastrando muchos hábitos, patrones y formas de pensar que no son muy permaculturales. Muchas tienen que ver con cómo diseñamos, sin ser muy conscientes del cómo o el porqué.

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  • 1. Class 2.3 of the PDC+++ ¿What are our real motivations behind each design?   What influence does our world-vision have on this? How do our daily objectives & criteria fit in all this? If our vision is programmed, in great part by the "consumer dream" of our present culture ... How can we really change it? Even though we might have good information & good intention, it's inevitable that we go dragging behind us many habits, patterns & ways of thinking that aren't very permacultural ...
  • 2. Class2.3 PDC+++ What are our real motivations behind our designs? Visioning Habit 2 Mind-Movies Mission & Criteria Design Motivation
  • 3. Class2.3 PDC+++ What are our real motivations behind our designs? Visioning Habit 2 Mind-Movies Mission & Criteria Design Motivation
  • 4. "A perfection of means, & a confusion of aims, seems to be our main problem. "Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character" WHY HOW WHAT Albert Einstein "Imagination is more important than knowledge"
  • 5. “ You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete." Buckminster Fuller PC: essentially pro-active FIRST ... get very clear about all it's details VISION: big inspiring (magnet) specific clear coherent explicit
  • 6. Purpose > the Vision Creating a Sustainable Planet (PermaCulture Ethics) Vision of the World-Wide Permaculture Community eg. PAL (Permacultura America Latina) & IPES (Instituto de Permacultura El Salvador)
  • 7. We believe in: • Cooperating & living in harmony with nature. • Put the restoration of the earth at the heart of all of our activities for the benefit of future generations. • The vitality & skills of the Salvadorian people for transforming their own relity. • The importance of community life for the development of the individual & of society. • The soul of indigenous faith in our given life, the spiritual force in the universe & the fundamental interconnection of all life. Purpose / Vision of the PC Institute in El Salvador
  • 8. Why not have a sustainable future Why not have a full & enriching life, nice & secure in a supportive environment? Why not have work that makes sense & leaves time for other activities? Why not have a full social life with lots of fun? Why not convert our cities as a group of eco-villages, decent places where to live? Why not grow healthy food? Why not keep gardens, parks & public spaces designed like gardens of Eden? Why not have industrial plants that recycle everything we use in our lives? Why not share with the people around us? Why not? In the end it is up to us. It isn't enough that we beat our chests & cry. What can I do? What we can do is totally clear. First of all we have to put in order our own house. From that point we can extend our influence towards the community through our example, through our society, through our values & transform the Earth in a better place. Do it! Purpose / Vision of the PC America Latina
  • 9. We only need to ... OFFER a more interesting vision, some more rational OBJECTIVES, & a more doable DESIGN
  • 10. Class2.3 PDC+++ What are our real motivations behind our designs? Visioning Habit 2 Mind-Movies Mission & Criteria Design Motivation
  • 11. The 7 Habits of highly effective people
    • Stephen Covey
  • 12. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 HABITS > 6
  • 13. Second Habit Start with the End in Mind
    • To have precise Vision & Objectives
  • 14. a visualization exercise (pro-active people don't wait for the "big events" in life to act on them in order to force a re-think to re-focus everything) 2 E n d i n M i nd
  • 15. PRACTICES for the Second Habit Start with the End in Mind To have precise Vision & Objectives
  • 16.
    • Make some time to note down the impressions that you can collect in the visualization of the funeral
  • 17.
    • Take a moment to describe in writing your roles as you see them.
    • Are you happy with this vision of your life?
  • 18.
    • Start a collection of notes, quotes & ideas that you might use when you compile your personal mission statement
    Identify one of your future designs or project & apply the principle of mental creation (or First Creation)
  • 19.
    • Set up a Vision Support Group
    1) What is going well for me as ... 2) What challenges ... 3) My Big Vision 4) My next doable steps toward that vision
  • 20. Robert Fritz The Path of Least Resistance WHY HOW WHAT
  • 21. Robert Fritz The Path of Least Resistance WHY HOW WHAT the BIG Vision feet on ground!
  • 22. Robert Fritz The Path of Least Resistance WHY HOW WHAT maximum resistance the BIG Vision feet on ground!
  • 23. Robert Fritz The Path of Least Resistance WHY HOW WHAT the BIG Vision feet on ground!
  • 24. Robert Fritz The Path of Least Resistance WHY HOW WHAT the BIG Vision feet on ground!
  • 25. VISION without Action is a Dream ACTION without Vision is a Nightmare A Vision for your Life creates a framework & clear criteria that guide you
  • 26. “ all things are created twice” but the first creation often is not CONSCIOUS > make ourselves responsible for our first creations (Visions) otherwise we are- inevitably - the second creations of the visions of other people , of circumstances (control us from the outside) or our habits of the past or patterns (control us from the inside)
  • 27. Class2.3 PDC+++ What are our real motivations behind our designs? Visioning Habit 2 Mind-Movies Mission & Criteria Design Motivation
  • 28. The Passion Test
    • People who are living their dreams (self-realized):
    • Were very clear about their top 5 Passions (in order!)
    • Were spending their time, daily, on those - exclusively or nearly
    www.ThePassionTest.com
  • 29. Mind Movies
    • We already have 'mind-movies' .. by default (our patterns)
    • Our Imagination + Decision CAN re-direct our Attention toward something more consciously DESIGNED by ourselves
    • It works very well to LITERALLY create Your Movie ... & watch it as often as you can (2, 3, or 4 times per day)
    www.MindMovies.com
  • 30. Mind Movies
    • Think lots in your Big Vision - each part of your Life
    • Make drawings, look for PHOTOS, Images (yours or others')
    • With Phrases, Quotes & MUSIC that represent what you really WANT to achieve
    • Make a Presentation >> create a Movie (or send to us to make)
    How to Design your Mind Movie ...
  • 31. VISION - what I want for the Planet (or for the Universe) To my students I say: “ the path is way is clear, the path is open, don't wait for orders! All that you have that belongs to you is your life & your work. Both are valuable gifts for those who are less well-informed. We carry the debt of privilege & it will never be paid back. Move!
  • 32. MISSION - how I will contribute to this vision with my life Which are my particular Resources: Talents, Passions, Connexions, Knowledge, Training, Experience, etc. VISION - what I want for the Planet (or for the Universe)
  • 33. for any project Vision or Purpose Mission Objectives Covey Habit 2 start with the end in mind WE CAN DEDUCE ... the Purpose from the Objectives ... conscious or un-conscious WHAT we want to achieve long-term / the objective of the objectives HOW / in what way / my role/s
  • 34. strategies techniques DESIGN roles times delegate personal CONCRETE weekly/monthly daily Leadership Administration Our lives are VERY different when we know what is truly important for us. With this image in our minds, we move each day to be & do what is truly most important V I S I Ó N Plans /chores M I S I Ó N Metas/ objetivos
  • 35. Leadership & Administration the two creations producers - cutting the forest administrators - behind, sharpening machetes, writing policy manuals, muscle development programs, etc. .. Leader - the one who climbs up the tallest tree & shouts "wrong forest"! climbing efficiently the ladder of success leadership determines if the ladder is resting on the right wall VISION MISSION
  • 36. The Movie of our Life The Author & the Director Who wrote the movie that am directing?
  • 37. The Personal Mission focuses on what you want to BE (character) & DO (contribution & achievements) & the values or PRINCIPLES in which your being & doing are based
  • 38. The Centre circle of influence self- consciousness imagination independent will ethics In order to write our personal mission, we have to start in the middle of our Circle of Influence - the centre that contains our basic paradigms
  • 39. security power guide wisdom sense of self-esteem, identity, emotional anchorage - direction in life, - internal reference mark which interprets for you what is happening out there, - standards or principles or implicit criteria which govern the decisions of each moment - your sense of equilibrium, perspective in life - your knowledge of how each part & principle is applied & inter-relate - the capacity to act, - the force & potential for achieving something, - the vital energy for taking decisions & choosing, - the capacity to overcome very stuck habits & cultivate others which are more elevated, more effective The Centre depending on WHAT we put in the centre (of central importance) in our lives our whole compass changes:
  • 40. security power guide wisdom ............... ........... ................. ............. The Centre depending on WHAT we put in the centre (of central importance) in our lives our whole compass changes:
  • 41. Many Centres with which do you identify? WHO wrote / is writing the movie am directing?
  • 42. The Partner Centre security power guide wisdom is based in how your partner treats you - your needs & those of your partner - decisions limited to what would be best for the relationship - your perspective is stuck on the things that may affect the relationship with your partner limited by the weaknesses of your partner & yours
  • 43. The Family Centre security power guide wisdom Acceptance of the family & performing your role in it A family script is your guide to correct attitudes & behaviours - you interpret life in terms of the family - a partial understanding & family narcissism your actions are limited by family models & traditions
  • 44. A Money Centre security power guide wisdom your self-esteem depends on your economic 'value' vulnerable to anything that threatens your economic security your criteria for making decisions are based on how much you make / what economic security you will gain the "economic reality" are the glasses through which you see & understand life - creates a distorted judgement restricted to what you can get with your money & your limited vision
  • 45. A Work Centre security power guide wisdom you define yourself according to your occupational role you only feel comfortable when working you make decisions based on the needs & expectations of your work tendency to be limited by your work role - see your work as your life limited by work models & roles, work opportunities, organizational restrictions, how your boss & colleagues perceive you, your possible incapacity to do your work
  • 46. A Posessions Centre security power guide wisdom Based on your reputation & social status, or the tangible things you own, tendency to compare what you have with what others have tendency to make decisions based on what will best will protect, increase or show off your posessions you see the world in terms of comparisons of economic & social relations limited by what you can buy or the social status you can acquire
  • 47. A "Me" Centre security power guide wisdom constantly changing & moving your criteria are: "if it feels good ..." "what I want ... " "what I neeed ..." "what do I get out of this ..." you see the world in terms of how the decisions, events & circumstances affect you your capacity to act is limited by your resources, without the benefit of interdependance
  • 48. A Pleasure Centre security power guide wisdom you only feel safe / good when you're 'high' on pleasure you make decisions based on what will give you most pleasure you see the world in terms of what it can offer you almost inexitent
  • 49. A Friends Centre security power guide wisdom Your security is a function of the social mirror very dependent on the opinions of others your criteria for making decisions are: "what will they think?" you are easily embarassed you see the world through "social spectacles" limited by your social 'comfort zone' your actions are as superficial as the opinions
  • 50. An Enemy Centre security power guide wisdom volatile, based on the movements of your enemies you're always thinking what they are doing searching for validation & self-justification of those who think like you you make decisions based on what will harm your enemy you are contra-dependent of their actions your judgement is narrow & distorted you're defensive, reactive & often paranoid the little power you have comes from your rage, envy, resentment & vendictiveness - a negative energy that diminishes & destroys, leaving little energy for other things
  • 51. Church-Centred security power guide wisdom based on the activities of your church & the esteem of those who have authority in the church how others will judge you in the context of the doctrines & expectations of the church you see the world in terms of "believers" & "non-believers" your role & position in the church gives you an imaginary power
  • 52.
    • With which centre do you identify? (Partner, Pleasure, Family...)
    • Are you happy with the implications of your analysis?
  • 53. Centred in Principles based on correct principles that don't change, whatever the external conditions fully considers a wide range of consequences longer-term limited only by your observation & understanding of natural laws & correct principles + the natural consequences of those principles guided by a compass that can indicate where you're going & how to get there pareja familia amigos trabajo etc. etc. security power guide wisdom
  • 54. Principles
    • natural laws that can't be broken
    • (YOU break against them)
    Correct Principles ARE the territory Values are the maps they are NOT esoteric, mysterious nor religious they can be verified in everyday life - they're self-evident
  • 55. Principles
    • justice
    • integrity
    • honesty
    • human dignity
    • service
    • quality / excellence
    • potential
    • patience
  • 56. Class2.3 PDC+++ What are our real motivations behind our designs? Visioning Habit 2 Mind-Movies Mission & Criteria Design Motivation
  • 57. for a Permaculture Designer Vision or Purpose = a sustainable planet Personal Mission Objectives how I will use my PARTICULAR interests, talents, knowledge, resources, opportunities, contacts, etc. ... to achieve the Purpose my actual projects
  • 58. your Personal Mission Which ROLES do you take / want to take? What is your CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE? Which are your Talents, Knowledge, Experiences, Contacts, Interests, Passions, ... How would you like to express WHO YOU ARE?
  • 59. Clear Objectives & CRITERIA Permaculture Principles are very GENERAL CRITERIA for a good design But then there are also local criteria, temporal ones & those very specific to the particular situation that you're designing.
  • 60. Clear Objectives & CRITERIA Objectives = WHAT we want to achieve Criteria = HOW we want to achieve them, WHAT factors we have to take into account (eg. time, money, resources & available resources, climate, laws, client preferences ... etc.)
  • 61. Class2.3 PDC+++ What are our real motivations behind our designs? Visioning Habit 2 Mind-Movies Mission & Criteria Design Motivation
  • 62. PC Design Pc IMPETUS DC design A perceived social problem Stimulated x Erection of monuments, make money
  • 63. PC design IMPETUS DC design Perception of social problem estimulus Erection of monuments, make money Energy conservation, self-responsibility, harmony .. Regulatedx Economic considerations
  • 64. PC design IMPETUS DC design A Perceived social problem Stimulated x Erection of monuments, make money Energy conservation, self-reliance, harmony .. Regulated x Economic considerations
  • 65. PC design IMPETUS DC design A Perceived social problem Stimulated x Erection of monuments, make money Energy conservation, self-reliance, harmony .. Regulated x Economic considerations Long term bio-social factors Guided (mediated) x Material factors and short term costs
  • 66. PC design IMPETUS DC design A Perceived social problem Stimulated x Erection of monuments, make money Energy conservation, self-reliance, harmony .. Regulated x Economic considerations Long term bio-social factors Guided (mediated) x Material factors and short term costs consultation with clients, assisting them learning design Achieved x External funding, little or no consultation ...
  • 67. PC design IMPETUS DC design A Perceived social problem Stimulated x Erection of monuments, make money Energy conservation, self-reliance, harmony .. Regulated x Economic considerations Long term bio-social factors Guided (mediated) x Material factors and short term costs consultation with clients, assisting them learning design Achieved x External funding, little or no consultation ... Leaving space and funding to redesign via feedback. Refined x Selling off ​and not taking responsibility for the results
  • 68. PC design IMPETUS DC design A Perceived social problem Stimulated x Erection of monuments, make money Energy conservation, self-reliance, harmony .. Regulated x Economic considerations Long term bio-social factors Guided (mediated) x Material factors and short term costs consultation with clients, assisting them learning design Achieved x External funding, little or no consultation ... Leaving space and funding to redesign via feedback. Refined x Selling off ​and not taking responsibility for the results Dynamic and healthy place with people empowered to make necessary changes Conse-quences Population disconnected, disempowerment to effect changes> anxiety and dependence
  • 69. PC design IMPETUS DC design A Perceived social problem Stimulated x Erection of monuments, make money Energy conservation, self-reliance, harmony .. Regulated x Economic considerations Long term bio-social factors Guided (mediated) x Material factors and short term costs consultation with clients, assisting them learning design Achieved x External funding, little or no consultation ... Leaving space and funding to redesign via feedback. Refined x Selling off ​and not taking responsibility for the results Dynamic and healthy place with people empowered to make necessary changes Conse-quences Population disconnected, disempowerment to effect changes> anxiety and dependence The stability of dynamic local adjustment Results Instability of perceived disempowerment
  • 70. Class 2.3 of the PDC+++ ¿What are our real motivations behind each design?   What influence does our world-vision have on this? How do our daily objectives & criteria fit in all this? If our vision is programmed, in great part by the "consumer dream" of our present culture ... How can we really change it? Even though we might have good information & good intention, it's inevitable that we go dragging behind us many habits, patterns & ways of thinking that aren't very permacultural ...