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Frames about nature

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Common Cause have just launched a new report on values and frames about nature used by the conservation sector in their communications. Language likely to activate extrinsic values and frames (e.g. that relate to self-interest, wealth, power and threat) is … Continue reading

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living in dynamic harmony with nature

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Just published a blog on this topic for The Nature of Business, in preparation for an experiential workshop on ‘Daoism, mindfulness and connecting with nature through physical practice’ that I am running this weekend at Edge of The Wild annual UK … Continue reading

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mindfulness at work – it’s all good?

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Here’s something I’m wondering about.. in putting these thoughts out there, seeing what others make of it, I’m hoping it’ll help me make sense of it for myself. Mindfulness for better performance Impressed by the growing evidence base, companies are … Continue reading

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on mindfulness: the breath is your friend

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I’ve been practising mindfulness meditation in various forms for over 7 years, but in the past few months it’s become much more of a central feature in my work and PhD research. It’s like all roads are leading in this … Continue reading

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movement + meaning

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Last week (21/11) Performing Arts Lab hosted a Movement and Meaning symposium. It was a brilliantly stimulating and inspiring event. I gave a 15 min talk that made links between movement, metaphor and mindfulness, dualism, paradox and living in balance. … Continue reading

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Humans – technology – nature

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Exploring the literature on the relationship between humans, technology and nature, I found various differing views that highlight the complexity of this relationship. I’ll be writing more about these topics as my PhD progresses. You might like to read this … Continue reading

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Overconsumption: values, needs & connection to nature

Earlier this month I read an article Overcoming overconsumption before it consumes us about a new film Consumed – inside the belly of the beast and it triggered some thoughts I’ve been meaning to write about for some time. The article refers to … Continue reading

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