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7 Ways to Think Differently: Embrace Potential, Respond to Life, Discover Abundance

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The thoughts and actions of people past and present have determined the current state of our planet. If we change our thinking, we can change the health of our own lives, and also the future state of our world. 7 Ways to Think Differently explores ways to address personal, social and environmental concerns in simple practical steps in our daily lives, helping us to make in ...more
Kindle Edition, 112 pages
Published October 22nd 2014 by Permanent Publications
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Short and concise, I like how Looby links it to permaculture and weaves in Joanna Macy's Work that Reconnects. I wish there was more acknowledgement of Indigenous worldviews /credit given / ties to the roots of these ways of thinking. ...more
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the list of seven ways, which are

abundance thinking - living in gratitude and balance;
solutions thinking - believing there are solutions to any problem;
systems thinking - sensing the interconnectedness of all life;
thinking like nature - discovering nature around us reflected within us;
thinking for the future - considering larger timeframes;
co-operative thinking - learning to collaborate with each other; and
from thinking to doing - moving into action and turning our dreams into reality.

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Scribe
Aug 20, 2020 rated it liked it
Intriguing and enjoyable, I picked this up after seeing an article mentioned it. Feels like a good book for that moment you've realised there is a different way of doing life, and there's lots of good thoughts in here. For me, I found the Permaculture references very useful and should find out more about it. And Abundance thinking is really powerful. ...more
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Much food for thought and change.
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