Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Rhen-Elyse Brosseau says:

    I find this profound and beautiful. Each principle feels to be a broad truth that rings true for personal, psychological “human things” as much as global, ecological “nature things”. The parallels that can be drawn are striking to me. I can very much imagine how personally healing this process could be, as one puts these principles into practice in nature, and then observes and interacts with a physical representation of their inner landscape. Or at least that’s how I’m forecasting this will go down for me! Inspiring stuff.

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  • Loren Vansant says:

    This lesson was truly interesting. Seeing the original 5 and then the additional 12 really breaks it down into smaller pieces to make it easier to understand and implement. I truly love how it ties in Nature and humans to show the balance of each of them needed to thrive.

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  • Cassi Haines says:

    I really like how you laid out this foundation. Great lesson!

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  • Patrick Sant says:

    Excellent lesson; will ensure this is referred to over the coming months and years.

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  • Martha Troutman says:

    Permaculture and patience seem to be a symbiotic interaction! haha… that’s what I got out of this : )

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    • Bret James says:

      Yes Martha, very much so. Funny enough, patience is not my strength, so it seems fitting that my life karma gave me permaculture as a purpose ๐Ÿ™‚

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      • Liana Smith says:

        me also – i am still working on patience gardening and being maybe too passionate when teaching it to my kids because it is all important!

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  • susan tupper says:

    best lesson so far for me – the 12 principles in particular I shall be revisiting. Also like that you add your own experiences of your failures and successes…

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  • Penni Cowham says:

    So your saying itโ€™s best to know the principles and ethics off by heart to be able to go back to anytime, so remember to apply in all areas

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  • Kate Linares says:

    This lesson makes me so excited for what lies ahead. I love the reminder to start small and continue to make observations in order to have the most success. I am a teacher, and we are often reminded to make haste slowly. That by starting slow the most can be learned. I am so grateful to you for this opportunity to learn at my own pace and go back and repeat as needed. I also love how these principles are applicable to all aspects of life

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  • Jennifer Hadley says:

    This is definitely my favorite lesson so far. It really delves into the deepest aspects of why I want to make this holistic transformation, not just for my land, but for my entire life. It was truly informative and inspirational!

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  • Mariah Wannberg says:

    LOVED this lesson. Bill’s principles are so soul-communicative if that makes sense. Spoke straight to my core. I am inspired and excited.

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