Daniel Christian Wahl is originally from Germany but currently lives on the island of Mallorca in Spain. Daniel’s book, Designing Regenerative Cultures, has been a source of inspiration for many who want to learn more about what it means to engage in regenerative approaches in different areas of life. In this conversation we speak about Daniel’s own journey into topics related to regeneration and how he sees the changes that needs to take place to alter the destructive path most cultures are on today. Daniel says that sustainability or regeneration is a process of journeying into the future, rather than some sort of master plan blueprint that you can design, implement and then live happily ever after. Instead of getting caught up in thoughts about a collapsing ecology, Daniel thinks that the human dimension needs to be brought back into conversation in order to deal with the multitude of crises that the planet is facing. He says that to make a change happen and shift the discourse we need to look within ourselves and ask ourselves who are we, where do we come from, and where are we going?
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2 thoughts on “Daniel Christian Wahl: Designing Regenerative Cultures”
DELIGHTED to hear some positive emotional attractors within the entire discussion and process.
Majority of the scientists just focus on the doom and gloom for the world, that majority of the people, especially in the developing world, have RECONCILED to their gates and they are just chugging along with their lives, knowing that the mother earth can NEVER be the same as its glory days of the past…
Just to prove their point, majority of scientists completely forgot the “human component” involved and there is SO much of negative emotional attractors attached to this entire process, that common people have lost hope…
So happy and relieved to hear this very positive, all-encompassing approach with “humans” taking the centre stage and taking onboard the current situation “as is where is” and seeing HOW we can make the environment better in a Positive way.
Thank you ever so much. 🙏🏽
Beautiful comment and so nice that these conversations can open new grounds for us as humans to connect with the web of life that we are part of!