Author: Dona Willoughby
After a career in allopathic medicine, Dona Willoughby currently lives her passion of healingâ€”both humans and this beautiful planet we live onâ€”at Laâ€™akea. She assists in teaching permaculture, herbal medicine, beekeeping, and Nonviolent Communication. Her daughter Aniko and grandson Kaiâ€™ea also live at Laâ€™akea.
Articles by Dona Willoughby include:
- Is Hosting Work Exchangers Worth It? (Issue # 134)
- Gut Health (Issue # 145)
- Shadow Sides of NVC and Co-Counseling (Issue # 150)
- Bee Intimacy (Issue # 151)
- Doing It, or Are We? (Issue # 153)
Doing It, or Are We?Posted on December 7, 2011 by
On Hawaii’s Big Island, La’akea Community explores sustainability through myriad experiments—from keeping wild pet pigs in the garden to eating 100 percent locally to mowing with sheep.
Filed Under: All Blog Posts, Communities Articles, Issue 153, Sustainability
Shadow Sides of NVC and Co-CounselingPosted on March 7, 2011 by
To make best use of nonviolent communication and co-counseling, avoid these traps.
Filed Under: All Blog Posts, Communities Articles, Group Process, Issue 150, Life in Community
Gut HealthPosted on December 7, 2009 by
Both in traditional cultures and at La’akea, close loving relationships, consistent community connection, a life close to nature, fresh non-processed food, satisfying work, regular exercise, clean air and water, attunement to biological rhythms, joy, and laughter all support health.
Filed Under: All Blog Posts, Communities Articles, Issue 145, Life in Community