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Category Archives: Storytelling
In memory of my father, Commander Roy Titchen, who passed away suddenly on new year’s eve, I am republishing a post initially published on my old blog back in November 2006. My parents have been visiting, and a fascinating story … Continue reading
Harvest from a women’s circle Brussels, 26 May 2012 In the evening of a beautiful, sunny day in Brussels, we were eleven women – ranging in age from 24 to 50+ – who answered the call to gather in circle, … Continue reading
This post is dedicated to men and women everywhere who hunger for the new while feeling entombed in the old. It is was inspired by a recent 2-day inquiry among 30-odd practitioners of participatory leadership at the European Commission on … Continue reading
After a bit of a break, more insights from the Transition Open Space festival I attended in July. Intentionally spreading seeds of possibility As it happens, this place is where I learned the basics of permaculture myself (from Taco), and … Continue reading
Here continue my musings on the Transition Open Space festival I attended in July… Alternative currency as a means to surface the shadow of money For four days we experimented with an alternative currency, named the ‘Trudo’ – after St … Continue reading
At the beginning of July, I attended an eight-day Transition Open Space festival in Flanders. Here is an excerpt from the invitation that gives a flavour of what the gathering was about: “Many people find that we must do things … Continue reading