My guest for this episode is Adam Campbell, a permaculture practitioner and teacher at the Peace and Permaculture Center located on 10 acres adjacent to the Stillwater Sanctuary in La Plata Missouri. He calls the sanctuary his home, along with Ethan Hughes and the rest of their community.
In this episode we begin what is the first of several episodes that look at permaculture, philosophy, education, and what it means to learn and live an authentic life. Along the way we touch on many different models of thought and how we can accomplish these goals.
As this is part of one, and is taken from a longer single recording, the ending may seem a bit abrupt. No worries though, we’ll pick things up again in the next release from this conversation. Expect that in the beginning of February.
In this conversation we talk about being open and honest and non-violent in the way we communicate, which reminds me of the talk with Dave Jacke in those ideas that vulnerability is strength. If we want to cut through the crap of our lives then we need to be real with ourselves and in our dealings with others.
To compliment this interview, I’m setting up others with folks from the Non-violent communication movement, including Dominic Barter. In the meantime, if you haven’t read it, I highly recommend checking out Nonviolent Communication by Dr. Marshall Rosenberg. It’s not a long or difficult read and you may find it transformational in your ability to communicate with others.
Please let me know if I can help you in any way on your own journey.
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