|Sandpoint, ID, United States|
(projects i'm involved in)
Priest River, US
Posted by Rob Lyman over 8 years ago
It’s very hard to reach the end of this course, to give up the regular routine of watching noble wisdom imparted. Having the humble skills of a teacher blessed with shaman’s energy ensured that the lessons given not only left ideas in my head, but inspiration in my heart. I committed to this course knowing very little. The one certain thing I can say after taking it is that I still know very little. Life’s adventures will now polish this rough draft of theory and knowledge. I am posting right now in the middle of a thunder storm. Inhaling this course was like breathing in a summer storm freshly infused with glorious nitrates and intoxicating oxygen. Taking it in, breath by breath, lesson by lesson, caused me to connect as much with myself as it did with the natural world. I came to learn much about ethics, biology, climatology, social studies, human development, sacred geometry, and even some of Plato’s platitudes. It was a richly rewarding and immensely enjoyable investment that I made, majoring in “growth” while attending this “Biodiversity University.” Thanks for the all inclusive attitude, the optimistic approach, the ethical standards of excellence, and for the dedicated support crews that put it all together for the world.
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|Geoff Lawton’s 2014 Online Permaculture Design Course|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Teacher: Geoff Lawton|
|Date: Mar 2014|