Permaculture and Xamanism in the Jungle (Permacultura e Xamanismo no Mato)


Uploaded by fabioflecha on 16.01.2013

Transcript:
It flows in the flowers, in the branches
in the life running
through the vegetation.
It's just what we are left with: contemplating something that is
magnificent.
It is the real paradise which is not conceived. It's paradise lived.
Eco Village Flecha da Mata presents: Permaculture and Xamanism in the Jungle.
My friend Here we are, all in a hurry But to do what?
It seems that we like to run.
To run after what we have lost. To run from danger To run from the enemy
To run from the rain To run from the the sun
Running from the time that never stops running
Running in a peace march Running too much
To see if someday or now, peace stops everything that does not cease. That never stops running.
It's a chance to live. Because sometimes we
just read, just talk. But we do not live.
It is the ideal opportunity to experience all
changes that we want.
These types of meetings and festivals like this Eco-Festival are
very important
at this time of planetary transition as a way to integrate people
who are concerned
with new technologies such as permaculture and bioconstruction
and the benefits that they bring to life through sustainable practice.
Permaculture is an Australian science that was created in the 70's

And that started with an idea of ​​permanent agriculture

and over time it reached out of
the sphere of food production and started spreading
into construction.
So it matters not only how we plant
If it is organic, ecological, bio-dynamic
(all aspects of agroecology), but also how we build.
What is our home like?
What kind of energy we are using?

And how we are connecting these elements: housing, food production,
energies
What technologies we are using to connect all these elements
and create closed loop energy system.
Let's go to this
evapotranspiration drainage system. So how does this process work?
Here we'll create
a kind of a tank.


We will waterproof it
so that when the water that is
utilized by the plants, planted on top, will first pass through a filtering process.
We'll put a layer of coarse sand.
Though before the sand, we're thinking of placing a layer of coal
to make the filtration process even better.
For the time when the water reaches the plants that are placed on top…
Which plants we will use?
Broad-leaved plants.
Banana, Taioba.
So all that water will be pass through the roots of the plants that will be
doing the evapotranspiration through their leaves.
And so we will have a closed loop, because these plants will also grow food for us.

and through us that food will become organic material
composting that will be reused by the plants ...
which will return to us ...









These vines are grown
So they do not have all that material we find
in the vine found in the forest.









There you go. Smash it and put a little
pan and roast it lightly. It goes into the mortar
then passes through the sieve

the very thin kind. You get only the powder.

It's called Imburana. It's good. Medicinal.
So here the idea is
to make an agroforestry with native species
Even those that are already extinct.
Native from here but have disappeared

This here is now in process of forming an RPPN (Private Reserve of Natural Heritage)

So for example we see here that pruning would not hurt. On the contrary, it would help.
It's like a haircut. And then use this organic material
right here so that the sun does not hit the soil directly.

I think the mankind ... If
we don't
make up our mind ...
to help ...

To make this connection with nature, conservation.
But the impact of just being here is a first
"upgrade" that occurs in the soul.

Power of the peace.
Grow always, always more.
May peace reign and end the boundaries.
We are ONE.