We are clearly experiencing a time of transformative change. The ecological, political and societal changes that we are experiencing, aren’t minor deviations from business as usual, they exhibit deep systemic shifts. Inevitably, as our worldview starts to show cracks, new stories begin to emerge. In recent decades, concepts like
How can we revitalise our connection with all of life on the planet, human and non-human? It's a question I have been carrying with me for while. Unexpectedly, a recent visit to the Guggenheim in New York gave me inspiration for something of an answer. It isn'
When I began my studies in 2008, the world was hit by a global financial crisis unlike anything we had seen since the Great Depression. As a business undergrad and passionate stock investor at the time, this event left a profound impression on me. It revealed that the systems we
Over the past years the topic of regeneration has gained increasing interest across the wider public. As we are becoming more aware of the limits of our industrial growth society, we are looking for ways to harmonize our relationship with the planet. That is what regeneration is, putting life at
During a trip in Morocco, a question came to me that radically changed my perspective on life. I started to ask myself how life could be brought to the desert. This question, which started as an innocent daydream on a drive through an arid mountain chain, evolved in a larger
One of the things I quickly discovered when I started describing The Enlivenment [https://www.timodenkirchen.com/making-the-desert-bloom/], is that it is difficult to explain the philosophy conceptually. While its holistic ideas are familiar to indigenous and Eastern cultures, Western culture (and its language) doesn’t really seem to cater