Starting small and working outwards from what was going well
Engaging with doing permaculture design even as we felt inadequate and ignorant
Being willing to take on design challenges that were in the 'too difficult' boxes of other people
Being prepared for the process to bring about profound changes in the way we thought about the world including letting go of previously cherished notions about the world and unlearning swaths of our own selflimiting thinking
Delighting in the surprisingly constructive effects of even our novice designs
Being willing to risk making mistakes and being ready to incorporate the learning from these into 'what we would do differently next time'
Designing for free until we understood our work to be sufficiently competent to be worthy of fees
learning from each other about how to improve our capacity to change the world and to change ourselves.
We were doing action learning and unlearning that transformed both ourselves and our worlds
Similarities to Action Learning, Transformational Learning and Participatory Action Research
Gaia transformative action un/learning pattern
Dynamic learning and unlearning edge
Permaculture Academy of ritain
Modified action learning paradigm
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