“The greatest revolution of our time is in the way we see the world. The mechanistic paradigm underlying the Industrial Growth Society gives way to the realization that we belong to a living, self-organizing cosmos. General systems theory, emerging from the life sciences, brings fresh evidence to confirm ancient, indigenous teachings: the Earth is alive, mind is pervasive, all beings are our relations. This realization changes everything. It changes our perceptions of who we are and what we need, and how we can trustfully act together for a decent, noble future.”
courtesy photos by Ingrid Rieser
Few weeks has passed since our last propper post. We been studying many diferent subjects from Animal Sentience to Systems Biology, and busy writting our first essay on what we got from the first module. Doing “living science” is intense.There are so many things that traditional science dosen’t necesarilly cover, and that those seem essential in order to develop a new lens, that allow us to see and interact with the world in a more “balanced” way. Passing trough Astrology and Heart Maths, and starting to dive into Simplexity(Complexity Theory), the puzzle starts to become alive.