This presentation draws on newer understandings of what it is to be female, particularly dealing with change and the different responses that women have in their ‘tool-kit’ – for example tend-and-befriend as well as fight-or-flight. In the presentation I have … Continue reading
This is another RSA YouTube video about a change in scientific thinking that has occurred that requires a shift in the way we think about the world.
I have been listening to part of a lunchtime session, here in Melbourne Australia, on ABC Classic FM with Paul Ehrlich and was re-minded of the importance of people understanding complex adaptive systems.
Our innate (female) biological destiny, colors the lens through which we view and engage in the world. Our primary values are communication, connection, emotional sensitivity and responsiveness…just what we need to live more sustainable lives…
Recommended by Professor Frank Fisher along with Small is Beautiful and Silent Spring.
The Short Course – A Practice that Sustains will be running in the second half of 2012 at oases Graduate School Some practitioners promote resolving the “material” issues that we have i.e. water, energy and waste as the path to … Continue reading
About the A Practice that Sustains course: This short course will provide you with an opportunity to not only reflect upon your present way of life, but also to envisage a future that is both feasible and desirable, and to plan … Continue reading