Part 3: An Introduction to Rooted, Discernment and Refining our Compass

Part 3: An Introduction to Rooted, Discernment and Refining our Compass

Welcome back to our 3rd video introduction to Rooted. The video that follows can be watched independently, but if you would like to refer back to the last two, click here for part 1 and click here for part 2.

What does transformation actually mean in the day-to-day of life?  

And what does personal and collective transformation mean for our everyday lives and relationships?

These are the questions we explore in on ongoiing way inside the village, and in this video.

In Rooted, we embrace the humility and openness of "a way" (rather than “the way”) that evolves through collective wisdom and shared experiences.

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About the author(s):

Rooted Global Village

The Rooted Global Village Co-Dreaming Team is made up of 6 folks. Karine Bell, Mickey Vranic, Oceana Sawyer, Weena Pauly-Tarr, Liz Deligio, & Cliff Berrien.

Learn more about out team here.

About the author(s):

Karine Bell

Karine Bell makes her home with her two kids, her partner and a dog.

She’s a somatics teacher and abolitionist, dedicated to embodied trauma

alchemy. A bi-cultural black woman, she’s also a culturally reflexive anthropologist exploring the intersection of where our bodies/psyches/experiences meet our collective histories.

She believes in the healing made possible at the personal and collective level by the work we do through transforming experience in our bodies today. She combines continued study in somatics with studies in depth psychology with a focus on community, liberation, indigenous and eco-psychologies at Pacifica.