The kind of revolutionary change at the heart of what many of us we personally and communally long for, requires a confrontation with what we think we know; what has become embodied and is created and recreated through our bodies.
How can we suspend the stories that play out in our minds and hearts and bones - stories that maintain harmful orientations and habituations? How do we create opportunities to disrupt what has become conditioned and habitual?
We acknowledge our bodies, these bodies, as a crucial site of transformation and reworlding.
We acknowledge that the bodies that we bring to these spaces are shaped by forces seen and unseen, and that it’s in the practices we play with and explore that we learn to cultivate the discernment to allow our bodies - personally and communally - to become our compass. We believe there is an innate inner ethic that we orient towards when the conditions are right.
“Each interaction matters since the possibility for what the world may become calls out in the pause that precedes each breath before the moment comes into being and the world is remade again, because the becoming of the world is a deeply ethical matter.”
- Karen Barad