The course Social Permaculture is about permaculture for social purposes. We will together look at different aspects from permaculture and Nonviolent Communication in relation to ourselves, others and the world around us.
A central theme in this course is reasoning and desigining in abundance instead of scarcity. We will try to recognise patterns within ourselves and -if wanted- translate these into more fruitful ways.
Permaculture is a design methodology with which you can design processes as sustainable as possible. Permaculture is often used for organic gardening, however permaculture can be applied on many aspects of life, including in the social angle. Nonviolent Communication is a way of dealing with and reasoning about situations in a connecting way, which results in practical approaches to deal with yourself and others in a connectful way. You do not need pre-knowledge about permaculture or Nonviolent Communication to follow this course.
This course is divided in three parts.
The first part is about connection with ourselves: selfcompassion, translating own patterns and believes to vigor, be in your own power.
The second part is about connection with others: honest listening, communicate with empathy, give&hear feedback without criticism, meetings and decision-making (sociocracy, consensus and more).
The third part is about connecting with the world: taking time for what is not there, our culture and believes about it, systems, our place in the world, and how to take action in all of those. You get to see many different components, and many practices that you can certainly continue doing afther the course.
You are welcome at 09:30, and the training takes place approximately from 10:00-13:00 and 14:00-17:00; at the bottom are the general conditions that apply. You can make photographs of all material and sheets. If you have any questions, or would like me as a speaker at your festival, please email to the emailaddress at the bottom.
Location online is with your own laptop; you will receive a remindermail 2 days before and the evening before you receive an e-mail with instructions; you pay entrance per person. A webcam (or camera and microphone) is required.
The business tarief is for when you want to receive a receipt.