The #ffawtw Q&A is a growing collection of inspiring mini-interviews with people in and around the OurNet community. Please message Carl Munson if you’d like to make a contribution. We’d really like to hear from you, whatever your angle on a more functional and fulfilling world.
After a long career in advertising, which over time moved to working in organisations using constellation coaching and methods for resolving conflict, Deborah’s current role is to build new relationships with like minded people and organisations in Portugal, and support them in marketing their services, events and courses.
Through a curiosity in the indigenous ways, she trained as a yoga and shamanic practitioner which led to running retreats. Deborah has dedicated land in Northern Portugal for use as a bee sanctuary and the teachings of the hive.
OurNet: Thank you for taking part in the ‘Folks for a World that Works’ interview Deborah, please begin by telling us about yourself and your big passion?
Deborah: I am forever curious about humans and our potential power in connection with nature and our individual creativity. Not sure I have one big passion but more lots of interconnected ones such as bees, connecting with nature, hiking, biking, indigenous ways to seeing, constellation work, travel and randomness.
OurNet: What would a ‘world that works’ look like to you?
Deborah: Being in alignment with the elements, nature and a deep sense of humans loving themselves.
OurNet: What is stopping us from creating a ‘beautiful world we all know in our hearts is possible’?
Deborah: Clearing our individual and collective trauma from the past.