Episode 14

Lennart Hennig (Part II): From neurodiversity to biodiversity

How can neurodiversity (and ADHD in particular) allow us to cultivate and become attuned to the potential for creativity, courage, connection, and compassion—the ecological 4Cs?

In this episode of the Coconut Thinking podcast, I speak with Lennart Hennig. This is part II of our conversation a few weeks ago. Lennart is a founder, teacher, and facilitator. He explores the edges of individual and collective development through the angles of consciousness, embodiment, safety, trauma, metaphysics, philosophy, and deep ecology, using an integral framework of the whole, undivided cosmos. This is a conversation where ADHD is an entry point into understanding our individual and collective selves in different ways. We discuss:

🥥 How neurodiversity contributes to the whole society like biodiversity contributes to the whole ecology;

🥥 How our civilization is showing the signs that are typically associated with ADHD, through its inability to grapple with and respond to ecological issues;

🥥 How cultivating effort is a way to embrace life, to affirm it in all its possibilities.

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Lennart's website is www.theinstitute.one and his course can be found on www.theinstitute.one/attention

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The Coconut Thinking podcast brings together educational provocateurs who are re-thinking school as a concept and a space.