Emotional Permaculture: Design Your Inner Landscape

Procrastination, burnout, self-doubt, imposter syndrome, and overwhelm are all symptoms that you need to put some energy into designing your inner landscape.

Zone Zero And Emotional Permaculture

Design your inner landscape using the same principles you use to design your permaculture garden!

How To Let Go: A Permaculture Mental Health Strategy

releasing old pain by dealing with grief, caring for your body, making art, and getting dirty

What Is Zone 00 Design And Why Should You Start Yours?!

I don’t know you, but for me, reading self-development books has always been intensely frustrating.

How To Get Started With Zone 00 Design? My Experience With Designing My Inner Landscape

This article is the second of a series about designing for your inner landscape | you can read the first part there: What is zone 00 design and why should you start yours?!

Boundaries and Your Self Care Routine!

Boundaries: The most important part of your self care routine. Learn the basics of boundaries and how to incorporate them into your self care routine.SUBSCRI...

Storm Weathering

A Workbook for our Inner and Outer Climate This workbook interweaves personal and spiritual growth, and equips us with tools to create a culture that's resilient in the storms of climate change. I wrote this book to help us in our challenging times, and I'd like to share it as widely as possible.

How To Compost Your Pain

By Dido Dunlop (part of a talk at our New Zealand Permaculture gathering 2015, exploring how we can apply Nature’s ecosystems model to human relationships, to create a resilient way to live; it’s a contribution to Social Permaculture) What do we do with emotions that feel bad? How do we turn our miseries into rich nourishing resources, into love and constructive action? When we try to throw things out that smell bad, they don’t go away. That applies to emotions as much as food scraps and poo. We put our ‘waste’ in the compost heap so as not to waste…

Dirt has a microbiome, and it may double as an antidepressant

A bacteria found in soil is said to be very good for mental health and thought to be a possible cure for alzheimer's and many diseases, treat depression and ...

Gardening as physical & emotional therapy

At some point in your life, your body will not behave 100%as planned, so my response and motto is: Garden no matter what!Your garden is YOUR garden... it c...

An organism found in dirt may lead to an anxiety vaccine, say scientists

The finding goes hand in hand with the hygiene hypothesis, initially proposed in 1989 by the British scientist David Strachan. He maintained that our generally sterile modern world prevents children from being exposed to certain microorganisms, resulting in compromised immune systems and greater i...

Emotion design to create value in your life with Cecilia Macaulay at Mind & Its Potential 2014

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Good boundaries free you | Sarri Gilman | TEDxSnoIsleLibraries

This talk was given at a local TEDxSnoIsleLibraries event and produced independently of the TED Conferences. Sarri Gilman has found that clear boundaries enh...

Healthy, stress-busting fat found hidden in dirt

Thirty years after scientists coined the term 'hygiene hypothesis' to suggest that increased exposure to microorganisms could benefit health, researchers have identified an anti-inflammatory fat in a soil-dwelling bacterium that may be responsible.

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