PDC+++ Module 1 Class 10

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How does the Destructo-Culture work?

Why is it so difficult to change? PART 2

If we do not understand the mechanics of current systems & especially its self-regulating (or self-defence) systems, we can hardly expect to change it: in fact it is possible that we will simply keep reproducing the basic patterns with some new external appearance.

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  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • En Mesopotamia, conocida como la cuna de la civilización, surgieron algunos de los primeros asentamientos del mundo. Mesopotamia, cuyo nombre se deriva de la palabra griega que significa ‘entre dos ríos’, abarcaba el área entre los ríos Tigris y Éufrates, que en la actualidad constituye la mayor parte de Irak. La civilización sumeria, que surgió en la región aproximadamente en el año 3250 a.C., construyó un sistema de canales y las primeras ciudades del mundo.
  • La historia, relatada en Génesis 4:1-16 , afirma que Abel era pastor y su hermano mayor se dedicaba a la agricultura. Las ofrendas de frutos de éste no contaron con el agrado de Dios , que sin emba rgo aceptó las de su hermano menor. La razón del favor divino no se explica; la tradición talmudica hace hin capié en el matiz de generosidad con que Abel ofrece a Dios las más selectas ovejas de su rebaño para destacar que la ofrenda de Caín, nacida de la obligación y no de la generosidad, no era deseable. El anónimo autor de Hebreos 11:4 sostiene que f ue la fe de Abel —y la falta de la misma de Caín— lo que ocasionó la diferencia en el trato; Juan el Evangelista ( 1Juan 3:12 ) sostie ne que Abel era jus to, y su hermano peca dor, proba blemente basándose en Génesis 4:7 .
  • La historia, relatada en Génesis 4:1-16 , afirma que Abel era pastor y su hermano mayor se dedicaba a la agricultura. Las ofrendas de frutos de éste no contaron con el agrado de Dios , que sin emba rgo aceptó las de su hermano menor. La razón del favor divino no se explica; la tradición talmudica hace hin capié en el matiz de generosidad con que Abel ofrece a Dios las más selectas ovejas de su rebaño para destacar que la ofrenda de Caín, nacida de la obligación y no de la generosidad, no era deseable. El anónimo autor de Hebreos 11:4 sostiene que f ue la fe de Abel —y la falta de la misma de Caín— lo que ocasionó la diferencia en el trato; Juan el Evangelista ( 1Juan 3:12 ) sostie ne que Abel era jus to, y su hermano peca dor, proba blemente basándose en Génesis 4:7 .
  • En Mesopotamia, conocida como la cuna de la civilización, surgieron algunos de los primeros asentamientos del mundo. Mesopotamia, cuyo nombre se deriva de la palabra griega que significa ‘entre dos ríos’, abarcaba el área entre los ríos Tigris y Éufrates, que en la actualidad constituye la mayor parte de Irak. La civilización sumeria, que surgió en la región aproximadamente en el año 3250 a.C., construyó un sistema de canales y las primeras ciudades del mundo.
  • La historia, relatada en Génesis 4:1-16 , afirma que Abel era pastor y su hermano mayor se dedicaba a la agricultura. Las ofrendas de frutos de éste no contaron con el agrado de Dios , que sin emba rgo aceptó las de su hermano menor. La razón del favor divino no se explica; la tradición talmudica hace hin capié en el matiz de generosidad con que Abel ofrece a Dios las más selectas ovejas de su rebaño para destacar que la ofrenda de Caín, nacida de la obligación y no de la generosidad, no era deseable. El anónimo autor de Hebreos 11:4 sostiene que f ue la fe de Abel —y la falta de la misma de Caín— lo que ocasionó la diferencia en el trato; Juan el Evangelista ( 1Juan 3:12 ) sostie ne que Abel era jus to, y su hermano peca dor, proba blemente basándose en Génesis 4:7 .
  • con el sudor de tu frente ... dolor al parir ..
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • "If the world was made for you, then what?" "Then it belongs to us and we can do what we darn well please with it." "Exactly. That's what's been happening for the past ten thousand years. You've been doing what you darn well please with the world. And of course you mean to go right on doing it, because the whole thing belongs to you."
  • "Yes," I said, and thought for a second. "Actually that's pretty amazing. I mean, you hear this fifty times a day. People talk about our environment, our seas, our solar system. I've even heard people talk about our wildlife." You may already be uncomfortable with the conversation, but Ishmael is just getting to the really dark side of our culture's reigning myth. He goes on, "The world was made for man to conquer and rule, and under human rule it was meant to become a paradise. This clearly has to be followed by a 'but.' It has always been followed by a 'but.' The 'but' was there to explain all the flaws in your paradise -- warfare and brutality and poverty and injustice and corruption and tyranny."
  • I looked at him blankly. "Come, think. What went wrong here? What has always gone wrong here? Under human rule, the world should have become a paradise, but ..." "But people screwed it up." "But why?" "Because there's something fundamentally wrong with humans. Something that makes people stupid and destructive and greedy and shortsighted." "Of course. Everyone in your culture knows this." I gave him a long incredulous stare. "Are you suggesting that this explanation is false?"
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • UN modelo (usando lenguaje y simbolismo de mitología - PATRONES) de como está diseñada la DC HAY una realidad y una pseudo-realidad. MUCHA de la habilidad de un buen permacultor ES el reconocimiento de los patrones, entender el lenguaje de los patrones - es un tipo de ‘visión’ especial, y una habilidad que se puede aprender
  • Nuestra humanidad es algo muy precioso, y es prisionera de un sistema, de máquinas - que nos confunde porqué a su vez usa el simbolismo de la protección (el huevo o ‘cuna’, nos ‘protege’ - pero el mensaje de La Matrix es que de verdad nos atrapa, y el sistema a los que estamos tan acostumbrados que nos parece ‘normal’, es un monstruo (atrás del ‘huevo’ .. muy aparecido a Alien)
  • Historia empieza donde estamos (la mayoría de nosotros: - un humano en la Matrix con una vida ‘ejemplar’ (un adulto normal) que pero está ‘viviendo dos vidas’, y preocupado por un ‘sospecho existencial’ “que hay algo que no está bien” Hace tiempo que está investigando y buscando
  • Luego encuentra Orfeus (profe permacultor!?) y les dice un montón de cosas muy raras.. como que EL lo estaba buscando.. no al revés
  • les dice que EL tiene que elegir si seguir como estaba viviendo, o elegir de ver cuanto complicado es Elección consciente: si seguir en la ilusión, o ‘ver cuanto es compleja la verdad’ (y rompe-coco)
  • lo que hay detrás de la ilusión. un ‘renacimiento’ / despertar
  • los ‘cables’ (de una marioneta), se desenchufan - vitales (comida, dinero, MIS-INFORMACIÓN de la TELE, períodicos, publicidad) y mentales (el razismo, el sexismo, el clasismo?)
  • muchos cables.. mucho miedo
  • hay una fase de recuperación - nunca ha usado su cuerpo/ mente.. los musculos son débiles / inexistentes (el discomfort de aprender nuevos conceptos?)
  • Los Activistas monitores de la DestructoCultura, viven en el ‘mundo real’ - que no es tan hermoso (papillas, feo) conocen sus códigos, pueden ‘leer’ o interpretar los señales (“yo ya no veo código.. veo una rubia, morena..)
  • pueden entrar y salir de la Matrix (el Programa de la DestructoCultura) pero necesitan una línea telefónica y llamada de un colega para volver (no quedarse atrapados en la ilusión)
  • Orféos empieza sus tutorías en la naturaleza de la realidad y la pseudo-realidad (los programas usados por la Matrix)
  • los modelos de la destructo-cultura de esto se nutre, cómo nos crian (el sistema educativo?) cómo nascimos enchufados
  • hay mucho entrenamiento .. en des-enganchar de la ilusión
  • y enfrentar cosas que dan miedo
  • Los Agentes de la DestructoCulturason PROGRAMAS - programados para defender la Matrix ‘ suits’ (defenden el status-quo) - CUALQUIER PERSONA TODAVÍA ENCHUFADA EN LA MATRIX ES UN AGENTE EN POTENCIAL !! (si no eres parte de la solución..?)
  • ellos tienen que entrar en la ilusión para hacer algunas cosas .. pero dependen totalmente en la conexión que tienen con sus colegas
  • Nuestros ‘colegas’ activistas pueden ser ‘comprados’ por el sistema - y traicionar-nos Celos, superficialidad, falta de convicción, dudas, diferentes éticas y valores (prefiere ilusión del placer sobre la realidad), no quiere ‘trabajar’ o luchar (incluso con la incomodidad)
  • Y otros colegas activistas son esenciales para poder hacer nuestro trabajo - y cuidar de nosotros mientras estamos en grandes batallas El Amor y la cercanía es la más grande y fiable medida de seguridad
  • las maquinas ... somos dependientes de ellas.. pero podemos controlarlas..o no?
  • el primer paso es de usar muchas armas de la DC .. aún que sabemos que son ilusorias
  • pero luego más se aprende de como funciona .. menos miedo hay .. y ya los agentes de la matrix no te pueden hacer daño porqué ya SABES que están aprovechando de tus ilusiones para hacerlo - NO TIENEN NINGÚN PODER SIN TU MENTE CO-OPERANDO EN LA ILUSION.
  • y solo entonces llegas a ser verdaderamente libre pero es una liberdad solo dentro de la ilusión.. aún que es muy divertido. - cómo usar estos poderes para liberar a otros? sólo se liberan las personas uno por uno .. son relaciones personales.. el amor
  • y el equipo de ‘liberadores’ está lleno de ‘gente extraña’.. con vario-pintos talentos.. todos tenemos una parte crucial por cumplir.. que sea pequeña, y muy extraña.. hemos nacido con los intereses y los talentos para hacer cosas muy específicas.. y nos incontramos en el tiempo y espacio para hacerlas... hay que escuchar una voz dentro que te dice de que va tu papel.. y las circunstancias fuera para cuando actuar
  • MUCHA de la habilidad de un buen permacultor ES el reconocimiento de los patrones , entender el lenguaje de los patrones - es un tipo de ‘visión’ especial, y una habilidad que se puede aprender
  • "You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete."
  • sin mapas correctas que describan el territorio, cualquier cosa hacemos no tiene sentido “ si no sabes donde quieres llegar, cualquier dirección está bien”
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • "You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete."
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • SON ahí para ser cuestionados (es su función!) y nosotros somos científicos, investigando
  • PDC+++ Module 1 Class 10

    1. 2. Class 1.10 of the PDC+++ <ul><li>How does the Destructo-Culture work ? &   </li></ul><ul><li>Why is it so difficult to change ?   </li></ul><ul><li>PART 2 </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>If we do not understand the mechanics of the </li></ul><ul><li>current systems & especially it's self-regulating </li></ul><ul><li>mechanisms (or defenses), it will be very difficult </li></ul><ul><li>to change: </li></ul><ul><li>in fact it is possible that we will simply reproduce </li></ul><ul><li>the basic patterns with new external appearances. </li></ul>
    2. 3. <ul><li>PART 1 </li></ul><ul><li>0) Why of Models </li></ul><ul><li>1) Biological M. (Gaia Theory) </li></ul><ul><li>2) Psychological M. (Spiral Dinamics) </li></ul><ul><li>3) Social M. (RC) </li></ul><ul><li>PART 2 </li></ul><ul><li>4) Historical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>5) Mythical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>6) Political M. (Matrix) </li></ul>6 Mental models of the Destructo-Culture PDC+++ class1.9
    3. 4. &quot;The System&quot; <ul><li>What are the characteristics of a complex system? </li></ul>composed of various interconnected parts the connections create additional information not previously visible (the whole is more than the sum of it's parts) new properties surface that cannot be explained starting from the properties of the isolated elements ( emergent properties ). Homeostasis (self-regulates to preserve equilibrium) M2
    4. 5. Why look for mental models of the Destructo-Culture? 1) to CHANGE them if they don't work 2) to BE more conscious 4) to accelerate human EVOLUTION 5) to APPLY them: without them we can't change anything (exist in order to be QUESTIONED) 3) to COMMUNICATE more effectively
    5. 6. <ul><li>we need to </li></ul><ul><li>QUESTION </li></ul><ul><li>all mental models </li></ul>Why are things the way the are? & Why is it difficult to change them?
    6. 7. <ul><li>we each have a model/s of our society, whether CONSCIOUS or UNconscious </li></ul><ul><li>& with these models we answer questions such as .. </li></ul>Why are things the way the are? & Why is it difficult to change them?
    7. 8. the big question <ul><li>models exist in order to be questioned </li></ul>according to your model ... HOW do we achieve change a) in the short term? b) long term?
    8. 9. <ul><li>PART 1 </li></ul><ul><li>0) Why of Models </li></ul><ul><li>1) Biological M. (Gaia Theory) </li></ul><ul><li>2) Psychological M. (Spiral Dinamics) </li></ul><ul><li>3) Social M. (RC) </li></ul><ul><li>PART 2 </li></ul><ul><li>4) Historical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>5) Mythical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>6) Political M. (Matrix) </li></ul>6 Mental models of the Destructo-Culture PDC+++ class1.9
    9. 10. 2,011 a.c. 3,000,000 b.c. Historical Model Ishmael – Daniel Quinn Leavers 8,000b.c. Takers
    10. 11. “ the cradle of civilization” Sumerian civilization, which evolved in the region aprox. in the year 3250 b.C. , built a canal system & the first cities in the world
    11. 12. 2 myths that the Leavers tell about us ... which we adopted as our tales (& for this reason don't really understand all that well ...) (& for this reason don't really understand all that well ...) (& for this reason don't really understand all that well ...) (& for this reason don't really understand all that well ...) (& for this reason don't really understand all that well ...)
    12. 13. Cain & Abel Leavers Takers
    13. 14. “ la expansión de la civilización agrícola” the Caucasians (whites > 'the mark of Cain?) met the Sumerians (sheperds) & killed them Cain Abel
    14. 15. Cain & Abel Takers Leavers
    15. 16. another myth Two Trees in the Garden of Eden
    16. 17. the Tree of Good & Evil &quot;if you eat of this tree you will surely die&quot; Eve = Life
    17. 18. the Tree of Good & Evil
    18. 19. only the Gods can eat of the Tree of Knowledge ... & have it work in order to know what shall live & what shall die the Tree of Good & Evil
    19. 20. the other tree... Two Trees in the Garden of Eden
    20. 21. the Tree of Life
    21. 22. one branch the Tree of Life
    22. 23. the Tree of Life
    23. 24. the Law of Life ... by deduction the Tree of Life
    24. 25. the Tree of Life
    25. 26. How do we achieve Change according to this model according to this model <ul><li>Long Term </li></ul><ul><li>STUDY & understand nature's laws, & return to eat from the Tree of Life </li></ul><ul><li>STOP the destruction of species on the planet, & NOT CONTINUE TO KILL our brother ABEL </li></ul><ul><li>LIBERATE evolution so that it can continue with its work of increasing variety, fertility & evolution of CONSCIOUSNESS of the planet </li></ul>
    26. 27. <ul><li>Short-Term </li></ul><ul><li>tell the other version of History, that takes into account ALL of humanity, don't assume that only the DC exists </li></ul><ul><li>tell / buy / spread / borrow /make theatre of the book! Ishmael by Daniel Quinn (v. cheap second hand on Amazon) </li></ul><ul><li>spread the idea that we CAN THINK & be very good scientists: the Law of Life can be 'discovered' by deduction - we don't need prophets </li></ul><ul><li>Teach PermaCulture - QUESTION if agriculture is the best of human inventions, & if it is possible that some form of it be sustainable. </li></ul>How do we achieve Change according to this model according to this model
    27. 28. <ul><li>PART 1 </li></ul><ul><li>0) Why of Models </li></ul><ul><li>1) Biological M. (Gaia Theory) </li></ul><ul><li>2) Psychological M. (Spiral Dinamics) </li></ul><ul><li>3) Social M. (RC) </li></ul><ul><li>PART 2 </li></ul><ul><li>4) Historical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>5) Mythical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>6) Political M. (Matrix) </li></ul>6 Mental models of the Destructo-Culture PDC+++ class1.9
    28. 29. “ Ishmael” by Daniel Quinn the teacher why are you here?
    29. 30. <ul><li>eg. Frank & Wolfgang </li></ul><ul><li>of the Uni. of New Tokio </li></ul>
    30. 31. a MYTH is a setting that interrelates man, the world & the gods REPRESENTING a myth is to live in such a way as to make the myth reality a CULTURE is a people REPRESENTING a MYTH
    31. 32. <ul><li>Ishmael asks what is the Creation Myth of our culture </li></ul>??
    32. 34. our Creation Myth
    33. 35. La medusa our Creation Myth
    34. 36. our Creation Myth
    35. 37. “ So that your story of creation ends '& in the end appeared man' &quot; &quot;Yes&quot; “ Which means?” &quot;It means there was no more. It means that creation had finished.” “ & this is what it was building up to.” &quot;Yes&quot; Ishmael, Daniel Quinn
    36. 38. “ Everyone in your culture knows that the world was not created for medusas, salmon, iguanas or gorillas. It was created for man.” &quot;Correct&quot; Ishmael threw me a sardonic look. “& this is not mithology?” &quot;Well ... facts are facts.&quot;
    37. 39. &quot;Did the entire cosmic process of creation come to an end three million years ago, right here on this little planet, with the appearance of man? Did evolution come to a screeching halt just because man had arrived? Do you see the slightest evidence anywhere that man was the climax toward which creation had been straining from the beginning?&quot; &quot;No. Nor can I imagine what such evidence might look like.” “ Therefore what should we think of the story that you told?” &quot;It is a myth. Incredible, but yes it is a myth.”
    38. 40. our Creation Myth
    39. 41. &quot;If the world was made for you, then what?&quot; &quot;Then it belongs to us and we can do what we darn well please with it.&quot; &quot;Exactly. That's what's been happening for the past ten thousand years. You've been doing what you darn well please with the world. And of course you mean to go right on doing it, because the whole thing belongs to you.&quot;
    40. 42. &quot;Yes. Actually that's pretty amazing. I mean, you hear this fifty times a day. People talk about our environment, our seas, our solar system. I've even heard people talk about our wildlife.&quot; &quot;The world was made for man to conquer and rule, and under human rule it was meant to become a paradise. This clearly has to be followed by a 'but.' It has always been followed by a 'but.' The 'but' was there to explain all the flaws in your paradise -- warfare and brutality and poverty and injustice and corruption and tyranny.&quot;
    41. 43. I looked at him blankly. &quot;Come, think. What went wrong here? What has always gone wrong here? Under human rule, the world should have become a paradise, but ...&quot; &quot;But people screwed it up.&quot; &quot;But why?&quot; &quot;Because there's something fundamentally wrong with humans. Something that makes people stupid and destructive and greedy and shortsighted.&quot; &quot;Of course. Everyone in your culture knows this.&quot; I gave him a long incredulous stare. &quot;Are you suggesting that this explanation is false?&quot;
    42. 44. “ There is nothing fundamentally defective in humans. If you are given to represent a story that puts you in harmony with the world, you will live in harmony with the world. But if you are given a story to represent that puts you in conflict with the world, as yours does, you will live in conflict with the world. If you are given a story to represent in which humans are the lords of the world, humans will act as lords of the world ... if the world is an enemy to be conquered, you will conquer it like an enemy, & one day this enemy will inevitably lie bleeding at your feet, as we see it does at the moment.&quot; Ishmael – Daniel Quinn
    43. 45. <ul><li>Longer Term </li></ul><ul><li>act in ANOTHER STORY & return to eat from the Tree of Life </li></ul><ul><li>STOP destroying other species on the planet </li></ul><ul><li>LIBERATE evolution so that it can continue its work to increase the variety, fertility & evolution of the CONSCIOUSNESS of the planet </li></ul>How do we achieve Change according to this model according to this model
    44. 46. <ul><li>Short-Term </li></ul><ul><li>get this book! (gift it, borrow it, encourage more & more people to read it ... also for being an amazing scientific-philosophical masterpiece) </li></ul><ul><li>have fun using ALL OF OUR CREATIVITY to spread these important ideas with theatre, story-telling, art, dialogues, courses, etc. </li></ul><ul><li>STOP believing that we are fundamentally defective as a species, & support others in doing this. </li></ul><ul><li>TELL the other mytholody - SPREAD it out as amply as possible </li></ul>How do we achieve Change according to this model according to this model
    45. 47. Norie Huddle www.bestgame.org
    46. 48. <ul><li>PART 1 </li></ul><ul><li>0) Why of Models </li></ul><ul><li>1) Biological M. (Gaia Theory) </li></ul><ul><li>2) Psychological M. (Spiral Dinamics) </li></ul><ul><li>3) Social M. (RC) </li></ul><ul><li>PART 2 </li></ul><ul><li>4) Historical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>5) Mythical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>6) Political M. (Matrix) </li></ul>6 Mental models of the Destructo-Culture PDC+++ class1.9
    47. 49. the ability to see patterns stories (tales) can be very complex models - mythology, symbolism, many 'layers'
    48. 50. protection/predation ‘ Alien’
    49. 51. ‘ two lives’ / ‘existential doubt’
    50. 52. ‘ the teacher’
    51. 53. decision: illusion or reality
    52. 54. birth / resurrection coffins/crysalis
    53. 55. un-plug / consciousness-raising a painful birth (there is nothing comfortable in the process of re-gaining consciousness)
    54. 56. many many wires ... lots of fear
    55. 57. recuperation phase muscles, mind, eyes ... very weak (never been used ...)
    56. 58. activists ... can 'read the code' ... & keep watch & live in 'the real world' (ugly, uncomfortable, horrible food..)
    57. 59. they can go in & out of the Matrix but ...
    58. 60. tutorials about reality & pseudo-reality also very painful ...
    59. 61. how we are born 'plugged-in'
    60. 62. lots of practice (after 'downloading' all the theory) mastery requires lots of creativity & applied intelligence
    61. 63. & confront lots of frightening things
    62. 64. AGENTS = “programs” = any person who is still plugged into the Matrix
    63. 65. to enter the illusion ... need to maintain VITAL connexions what do they enter the illusion for?
    64. 66. our colleagues can be brought by the system & become very dangerous jelousy, superficiality, lack of conviction, doutbs, divergent ethics & values, comfort-seeking, dishonesty
    65. 67. love & closeness are the most trust-worthy security measures reliable colleagues are essential for when we are fighting in our great battles
    66. 68. &quot;the Luddites were right&quot;
    67. 69. use all of the destructo-culture arms that you can get your hands on ... strategically
    68. 70. level 2: overcome fear . the DC controls us through our 'shadow' (ego) & especially using our most ancient fears we find our own power
    69. 71. what can we do with it? how to use this power to liberate others?
    70. 72. what is your bag of vocations, talents & skills?
    71. 73. pattern recognition understanding the language of patterns is a special type of 'vision' & a skill that can be learned
    72. 74. <ul><li>Longer term </li></ul><ul><li>LIBERATE all humans from the programs that trap them in the illusion (UN-PLUG them) </li></ul><ul><li>So LIBERATING the human mind, letting it learn from its errors (the era of machines is a very important stage) & design a rational civilization </li></ul><ul><li>Eliminate the PROGRAMS </li></ul>How do we achieve Change according to this model according to this model
    73. 75. <ul><li>Shorter-Term </li></ul><ul><li>Un-Plug OURSELVES always more - see a Course of Miracles (intellectual) & Co-counselling (emotional) </li></ul><ul><li>in the mean time... RESIST the temptation to act as AGENTS of the DESTRUCTO-CULTURE (attacking our colleagues who are trying to change things) </li></ul><ul><li>BE CONSCIOUS that we are most of the time inside & dazzled by our 'dramas' & those of others (the illusion) - we don't see REALITY </li></ul><ul><li>Teach PermaCulture - as a science that teaches how to ‘see patterns’ & ‘read the code’! </li></ul>How do we achieve Change according to this model according to this model
    74. 76. IF THE WORLD WILL CHANGE it will not be changed by minds with new programmes but by new minds WITH NO PROGRAMMES Daniel Quinn
    75. 77. <ul><li>is it important to have mental models of the DestructoCulture THAT WORK </li></ul><ul><li>(explain well what happens & why) </li></ul>in order TO APPLY THEM without them we CAN'T change anything
    76. 78. <ul><li>“ if you don't know where you're going, any direction will take you there&quot; </li></ul>Without maps that describe the territory in an accurate way, any place we go & any thing we do, quite LITERALLY makes no sense.
    77. 79. &quot;You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.&quot; Buckminster Fuller
    78. 80. PRACTICE 1) send YOUR thoughts about each of these models, including your decisions (if any) about resulting ACTIVISM/DESIGN 2) think how these models COMBINE, how they fit with each other
    79. 81. <ul><li>PART 1 </li></ul><ul><li>0) Why of Models </li></ul><ul><li>1) Biological M. (Gaia Theory) </li></ul><ul><li>2) Psychological M. (Spiral Dinamics) </li></ul><ul><li>3) Social M. (RC) </li></ul><ul><li>PART 2 </li></ul><ul><li>4) Historical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>5) Mythical M. (Ishmael) </li></ul><ul><li>6) Political M. (Matrix) </li></ul>6 Mental models of the Destructo-Culture PDC+++ class1.9 COMBINE these models, how they fit with each other
    80. 82. Systemic Flow Process - Design Yellow 50 yrs 'old' PermaCulture - since 45 yrs Integrating, “system thinking”, holistic thinking
    81. 83. END of Module 1 . congratulations !!!

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