Permaculture Design -HHA

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  • Molly Bouffard says:

    Great exercise, especially the point about our other senses following our eyes. Probably also important to practice having your eyes closed, too, and noticing what else comes to the forefront.

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  • Laci says:

    I’ve always had fairly decent peripheral vision so seeing my hands right out the gate didnt surprise me BUT what i didnt necessarily notice was the details above & below so that will be areas that i need to work on. I also noticed the i could see my right hand easier than my left, which is interesting to me.
    I’ll be doing this exercise more!

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  • Zach Hunt says:

    Fun exercise! It’s something I have some practice in but will have to keep working on. I have to remind myself to look up!

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  • Patrick Sant says:

    Great exercise to do, I have actually done this before as enjoy photography and often have to remind my children to stop and look at the world around them. Really useful lesson

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  • Rachael Halstead says:

    This was super interesting for me personally … I am very observant but my partner always says I have tunnel vision . I never thought about it much, I thought it was just normal to me…I didn’t know you could exercise/improve it!
    Can’t wait to practice this tomorrow once its daylight again..cool!

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  • Angela Martin says:

    This is a skill we have worked on for almost 3 years now in our Kung Fu studies. I have found I do great to the sides and down, but less of a “wide angle” up. It seems that this may be beneficial when assessing an area in regards to how a source could cause an action or multiple actions all at the same time in different areas.

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  • Eric Sheley says:

    I feel like this is something I have been doing for a long time. I am a hunter and am always using the wide angle vision while in the field. It is so important to know what is going on all around me. I am excited that this is an important part of permaculture so I can use it and develop it even more! Thanks!

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  • Heather Cahill says:

    That was neat! I have several sit spots in my yard and I constantly look around and notice the life on our property but I definitely don’t have owl eyes. Now I have something new to practice. I love it! Thank you for the new perspective! I am really enjoying the lessons!

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  • Sean Fountain says:

    The “static” statement got in there 3 times, looks like an edit that wasn’t fully completed?

    Was pleased to see my fingers on the first go! Didn’t notice all the movements in your video even until after doing the exercise though.

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