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These images are part of a 4 hour workshop I gave near Tokyo.
Participants come away realizing they can use design power, rather than willpower and struggle, to solve seemingly irresolvable problems in their daily life. The actions they take aftewards are varied: some declutter, some revamp how they communicate to their loved ones, and some get the bravery to chase long-wished-for personal projects. Many start self-sustaining gardens, as a way of learing how life and nature really work.
Introduce the Permaculture concept.
Imagine a truly cared-for self. What would be the effect on the people and nature around you?
How the skill of 'Sharing whats Spare' gives you the resoucres to create a support crew.
David Homgrens house, and its clever features.
Cecilia's Permaculture guest house, Melbourne
Small upstream actions, with massive downstream benifits: force free communication, kitchen sink as shrine, decluttering, motivation design, Ancestor management, and more.