Cronenberg’s film A Dangerous Method tells the story of the relationship between Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, and Jung’s patient-turned-lover-turned-colleague, Sabina Spielrein. There’s a particularly striking scene when Jung and Freud are chatting on a steamboat to America. Jung shares one of his dreams, which they analyse together, and it represents the changing nature of their
Sheldon Frith has put together a fantastic blog post: ‘Introduction to permaculture for the uninitiated’. It’s not too long and brings the essentials together. Click here. What is particularly interesting is his section on ‘The value of permaculture’, where he talks about four major design principles:
We have this cultural understanding that ideas are sparks, that there is a Eureka moment, when suddenly the penny drops, the apple falls from the tree and the planets are spinning around the sun. However, what happens before that? How do we sow ground fertile for good ideas?