We help permaculture practitioners find greater meaning and balance in their work so they can do the regenerative work they feel called to do.
You want to change the world… We all do in one form or another. You might have taken that Gandhi quote to heart to, "be the change you wish to see in the world." The challenge is knowing where to start and overcoming that feeling of overwhelm as we embody that change.
The Seeds of Tao Podcast shares the real-life journeys of those in and around the permaculture and regenerative movement. Stories from kindred spirits working to "be the change" help each of us understand the very nature of our life and work and excite us to improve every aspect of it.
If you're looking for a permaculture podcast that helps you find greater connection and community within the permaculture and regen movement while also helping you to find your own unique path beyond sustainability, you are in the right place! Wherever you are right now, tune in, be present, and start living your regenerative life. Be the change you wish to see in the world.
Episode 071: Finding the Biggest Impact with Smallest Amount of Change with Jonathan DeLong
Sometimes the state of the world with its climate change and ecosystem destruction is so overwhelming! Where do we start!? In this week's podcast episode, Jonathan DeLong joins us to share his journey through the overwhelm to find a place where he could make a difference in the regenerative work. Let's be honest, when diving into the regenerative field it can be like Jonathan says, a "fire-hose" to the face. So let's find a place to get involved with what we have, where we're at, right now. Enjoy this week's episode!
Jonathan mentions a few of the wonderful organizations he's involved in, here are a couple to check out:
Abundant Earth Foundation
Keep Growing Permies!
Episode 070: Fair Share / Future Care World Report - What Holds the Answers to Our Ecological Challenges?
Episode 069: Long-Term Community Resilience with Evan Welkin
Episode 068: Enthusiasm for Regenerative Education with Matt Powers
Hey everyone, we’re so excited to have you back for this week’s episode as we start rounding out the year. What a crazy journey it’s been this year in 2020, but I think it’s only appropriate towards the end of the year to find your enthusiasm for what will carry you into the next year. There’s no better person that could inspire enthusiasm than Matt Powers himself. Matt is a man on a mission to empower people everywhere to live more regeneratively, and he does so through his books, courses, and many resources. To check out more of what Matt’s got going…
You can go to his website, or check out his new book, Regenerative Soil
But What Really is Enthusiasm? Sometimes when we’re talking about words we all know and use in conversation, it’s nice to go back to a dictionary definition. And since enthusiasm became a magic word in this week’s episode with Matt, I think it would be beneficial here too. Enthusiasm is defined as intense and eager enjoyment, interest or approval. It’s also a thing that arouses feelings of intense and eager enjoyment. In the episode Matt really drives home the point of finding what makes you enthusiastic and running with it. So essentially, find what lights you up and go after that. Is that what you’re currently doing? Is there something else that lights you up more? How in line are you living with what makes you enthusiastic?
This doesn’t come easy to everyone, many people even shy away from true enthusiasm... (Read more on the Seeds of Tao website)
Episode 067: The Importance of a Life-Coach in Regeneration with Caroline Cohen
As we start to wrap up this year, we're excited to release two episodes this week about totally different but important topics. Earlier on Tuesday, we talked about health and leadership with Mike Garcia, and today we're talking with Caroline Cohen, who focuses more on the mindset aspect. We've found over and over again how important a positive, regenerative mindset is in the regenerative sphere (as in everywhere else, of course). We hope you enjoy this episode and come away with new ideas to improve your mindset.
If you'd like to learn more about Caroline, check out her Linked In Profile, and her Instagram is @CarolineAbigail_LC.
Also, people interested in coaching can get a free 45-minute sample session at CarolineAbigailCoaching.as.me
Episode 066: The One Vital Aspect of a Regenerative Livelihood with Mike Garcia
This week on the Seeds of Tao Podcast we’re talking with Mike Garcia, sustainability expert and founder of EnviroscapeLA Landscaping. This is a little bit of a twist since oftentimes landscaping is the opposite of regenerative agriculture and landscape rehabilitation. However, Mike has a store of knowledge to create landscapes in Los Angeles that are ecosystem supportive, and actually beneficial to the environment. Mike has a store of knowledge and content online, you can check out more of what he’s been doing on his website, his YouTube channel (which is packed with great videos), or on his Facebook Page.
That One Vital Piece In the episode Mike shared many really cool stories, we especially liked the one about his trip to a Tony Robbins seminar, and the point was brought home that you are nothing without your health. There are many aspects of building a regenerative livelihood, but all of them are less effective or irrelevant if we don’t have our health...
Read the full post on the Seeds of Tao website...
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It’s hard to find local-ish (Idaho) permaculture podcasts that aren’t Mormon but so far they only mention their “bishop” in the first episode. Hopefully it doesn’t get too preachy and religious. So far so good.