Information and poems

The concept of ecology was created by the German biologist Ernst Haeckel in 1866. He defined ecology as the science of the interrelationship between organisms and their surroundings.

He who plants a garden, plants happiness.
Chinese proverb


List of Wild Edible Herbs, Stefan Källman

List of Wild Edible Plants - leaf, flower fruit, seed, root

The Ecological Garden, KOS & TEH

The Juniper Tree ~haiku

feng shui

Feng Shui is the Chinese form of environmental counselling. By studying the laws of nature, both in humans and in the surroundings, the Chinese realized that everything changes and that everything is in relationship with everything else.

Just like you and me, cells are shaped by where they live.
Bruce H. Lipton


Feng Shui Garden Haiku

Feng Shui ~ common sense

The Five Elements - the Heart of Feng Shui

human design

Human Design is the knowledge of your potential as a human being. It is a modern form of astrology that was revealed in 1987 and is a synthesis of four different wisdom traditions, from China, India, Middle East and the West. Human Design can give an answer to fundamental questions like "What is a human being?" and "Who are you?" Human Design describes your energetic structure, and by knowing one's "Type", "Profile" and "Inner authority", one can make decisions according to who one is and thus one can live in harmony with oneself and the surroundings.

One of the gifts of Human Design is to be able to recognice and understand, not only your individual nature, but the personal cycles that are in working your life.
Ra Uru Hu

We're not meeting anything but thoughts. The external is the internal projected.
Byron Katie

Human Design ~ the blueprint of the psyche

Neutrinos ~ haiku

Review "Human Design - Discover the Person You Were Born to Be" by Chetan Parkyn

Ten Human Design haiku

The Four Pillars ~ drawing

The Inner and Outer Garden ~ haiku



Haiku is a Japanese poem in three lines. The classical form has 17 syllables with five syllables in the first line, seven in the second and five in the third. The poem describes nature and contains reference to a season. By keeping to this form it is possible with a few words to describe a landscape or an experience. The form of haiku proved to be a form equally suitable to describe our inner nature, and the haiku is appreciated in many countries due to its simplicity.

"The still pond, ah!
  A frog jumps in:
    The sound of water"
      Basho (1644 - 1694)

Whatever I-You-we-meet

Wind and snow frame the North

Wu Wei