Over the past year I’ve been learning a little more about the importance of soil health, biodiversity in our ecosystems, as well as the deleterious effects of monocropping. Now, while I will most likely not go back to university to study sustainable agricultural practices, or start my own permaculture farm, I’m smitten with the concept and the promise it holds …

What does this have to do with nervous system health you may ask? 

While learning* about this this past year, I couldn’t help but draw some parallels between these topics (and realities) with superior regulation and health in a human system. 

This week’s vlog is me riffing on the importance of not “monocropping” our healing practices (unless of course, one must). 

You’ll see what I mean when you click below and start watching. 

*The main resource I’ve been following to learn more about the importance of biodiversity in our agricultural practices is Zach Bush, MD (https://zachbushmd.com). Also, he has led me to Farmer’s Footprint – https://farmersfootprint.us/

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Further Resources to Complement Today’s Vlog:

Wikipedia definitions 



Orienting resources

VLOG: Two types of orienting (what to do when you have unresolved trauma)

VIDEO: Mini-training (recorded livestream)

VLOG: My Health Regimen