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Hikuri Regenerativo

Regenerative Hikuri

The Hikuri is the graphic representation of the Geo BioSystemic Paradigm System, proposed in order to promote the metabolismo of the Common BioSocial Wellbeing of a community or city. Born as a counterproposal to the prevailing paradigms present in different spheres of public and community life, and which have lead to our current way of living.

Social Organization

Meant to create new ways of organizing between people and groups, creating equitative and solidary agreements for the community, directing organization towards holocratic, transversal and self-managing systems, seeking autopoiesis for all organisms and synthroptics, helping rebuild the biosocial fabric, and achieving models of participative governance.

Essential Health

Intended to look at health as an integration of physicalm emotional, mental, spiritual and social wellbeing, where medical attention focuses on prevention rather than correction, seeking an interdisciplinary approach in order to understand and treat ailments and diesease. In order to achieve our goal of communal well-being, we need a healthy population.

Adequate Technologies

Meant to use technologies that adapt to the needs of the popilation in order to make them appropiable, accesible and replicable. These technologies can be ancient or modern, as lonf as their use and application takes care of ethical, social, environmental and economic aspects relevant to the community in order to guarantee equal access opportunity to all the necessary tools for environmental, human and socual development.

Regenerative Culture

Regenerative Culture aims to promote a culture adapted to the current Climate Emergency, where people have the regenerative tools to help their ecosystem, focusing on bioculturality and prominent resilience in order to connect with our social and biological origins, which in turn helps us design different possible futures.

Environmental Integration

Meant to recover our relationship with our higher nature, which is Earth and all living beings within it, creating an infiity of opportunities to look at, accept ourselves and act as living organisms. Through environmental integration, we can gow and fulfill our basic needs for food, health and shelter.

Sustainable Habitability

Intended to make our habitability into a sustainable and regenerative one in order to guarantee the future development of our communities, performed by applying the principles of permaculture, biology, and the design of adequate and locally available materials, prioritizing sufficient and abundant green and blue infrastructures in order to locally fulfill the basic needs of food, water, energy, helathcare, employment and sanitation.  

BioCommunal Economy

Meant to promote, use and take advantage of a commnuty that creates and cares for life, understanding that diversity in the production of goods and services is proportional to the biological and sociological diversity of its ecosystem, placing life and regenerative imact as a priority over profit and hoarding of resources in order to increase  ecosystemic services and social equality.


The BioSystemic Paradigm is born from the need of a guiding tool for the creation, development and management of Community Projects that rise from the occupation and regeneration of spaces that work as Resilience Laboratories, where initiatives that add to the Common BioSocial Wellbeing of their local environments can be created and interconnected. 

It was at Huerto Roma Verde in 2012 that we identified the need for the project to be able to integrate indivisuals, collectives, organizations and other actors sensibilized to the social and environmental needs of the community and with different chatacteristics and abilities.

We also noticed that a lot of the hegemonic sciences and paradigms used by different social and environmental programs were obsolete for their purpose, so we found inspiration, knowledge and support in the Cosmovision of our Native Peoples, Social Biology, Permaculture, BioCommunal Economy, the knowledge of philosopers and systemic thinkers, and daily praxis. 

What is the GeoBioSystemic Paradigm?

The collection of knowledge and know-how that integrally drives the development of a socioenvironmental, political and economic system based on the recognition of dynamic and plural processes that sustain life. Its integrating elements are biology and intuitive knowledge, through hich we can build poetic-narrative and scientific suppositions on which we can build an epistemological frame to support the empathetic and cognitive foundations that allow us to thread the living and non-living in order to establish the symbiotic relationships to enable syntropy and ecosystemic harmony.

What we need to create new paradigms

In order to create a new paradigm, there are several we need to break away from first. An individual can change their paradigms, and once that happens, there is no turning back; the past is no guarantee of anything when rules change, but the present and future now offer more possibilities.

Is it necessary to experiment or change paradigms in order to collaborate as a community?

Yes, our current paradigms are the ones that have leas to the current profound civilzation crisis, and our proposal is to find solutions. Just as we cannot work with paradigms based on the rational and personal, our proposals lean towards the transpersonal, with a paradigm that seeks to return to the natural principles.

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