Wisebirds: Meditation, Regenerative Culture, Ecofeminism: Dido Dunlop

Inner Work to Build a Life in Accord with Nature

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What does regenerative
culture look like?

Can we create regenerative culture in our heart and spirit?

How might we live a lifestyle that’s healthy, regenerative and sustainable, into our very rocky future?

My passion is to help us create a regenerative culture, both within us and around us. the two go hand in hand.

We are totally interconnected with Nature, and each other. Here we explore how to cooperate with nature, and model our communities on Mother Nature’s ecosystems. Mother Nature operates on mothering values. This paradigm is called partnership, as opposed to the dominator model we have now. Patriarchy, capitalism and neoliberalism are destroying our planet.

How we can embody in our own experience this regenerative way to live?

To make it work, we must transform the way we live, both in what we do and in our hearts and minds. Inner work is an essential part of building a regenerative community, to meet the challenges of our times, especially the Climate Emergency.

One of the main methods I use is meditation. My work is based on Tibetan Buddhism. Its many dimensions can be useful in our transformation, both inner and outer.

Everything is part of the pattern. 

On this site we look into a variety of approaches. Our work connects things that are often not connected in people’s minds. For example, Climate emergency and Culture shift are not usually associated with meditation. They are all related to each other, parts of one pattern.

Our true nature is the same as all Nature. Huge, wild, beautiful.

Our nature is to dance full-hearted in the vastness of sky-like mind, in which all things live.

We can awaken to the primordial wisdom within us, in every moment of our life.

Resources to explore how to embody a life to heal the planet:

Meditation soundtracks



Online Courses

Skype sessions, group or one to one – arrange with Dido

All the artwork on this site is by Dido.

Dido LIves in Lower Hutt, New Zealand.

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