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    1639 – The Possibility Handbook Takes Shape – (P...

    1639 – The Possibility Handbook Takes Shape – (Permabyte)

    I spoke with Ethan Hughes recently. And after we spent some time catching up, as we haven’t spoken in over a month, the conversation turned to The Possibility Handbook. We talked about where the writing process is at and what we expect for the format and final content. I’d like to share some of those […]

    1615 – Conflict Transformation

    1615 – Conflict Transformation

    How would you like to have more peaceful relationships with others? You can, and though the work is not easy, the process is simple, and today Ethan Hughes shares with us how he and others put this idea into practice day to day at the The Possibility Alliance, as well as in the Permaculture Design […]

    1610 – The Possibility Handbook Sessions, Part 1

    1610 – The Possibility Handbook Sessions, Part 1

    Enjoy this episode? Become a Patron. This is Episode 1610: The Possibility Handbook Sessions, Part 1, or, Let the Magic Begin. The image above was the first thing I saw upon arriving at The Possibility Alliance earlier this year. With that in mind, today is the first interview Ethan Hughes and I recorded on our […]

    Episode 1523 – Necessary Simplicity with Ethan Hughes ...

    Episode 1523 – Necessary Simplicity with Ethan Hughes (Best of…)

    This show is a best of featuring the two interviews with Ethan Hughes combined into a single episode with a running time of over two hours. The first half was originally released September 14, 2012, and was titled Radical Possibilities. The second came out on November 26, 2013, and was called Practical Possibilities. Listening to […]

    Episode 1222: Radical Possibilities with Ethan Hughes

    Episode 1222: Radical Possibilities with Ethan Hughes

    My guest for this episode is Ethan Hughes and we talk about Permaculture and Radical Possibilities. Ethan lives on a electricity and petrol free homestead covering 110 acres. Our conversation was conducted over one of the few pieces of technology at the site, a landline telephone located in a space that is separated from the […]