restoring what we always knew to be that culture has taught us not to be – when we look over the collected bones of ourselves to gaze at what lays dying here, "what goodness....of human nature has been killed (by oppressive culture,) or lies dying here?" (clarissa pinkola estes)
What does love for each other look like post-covid, after this reminder of our own mortality and normalization of continual grief?
what are alternative words for healer?
although in certain contexts, one can aptly act as a healer by providing healing, but in other contexts, I believe one acts more as a facilitator of healing because it is ultimately the will and choices of the seeker of healing who heals themself.
If we are capable of keeping ourselves captive to the concepts of things
doesn’t that mean we have an equal capacity to freeing ourselves by our ability to conceptualize anything
What spaces uphold the notion of being, learning, and changing (the way of nature) versus the notion and/or pressure to be an expert, perfect and profound (rooted in capitalism, academia)?
What is then the agenda to upholding either notion in your spaces, internal and external?
“What’s going to fill my heart? What’s going to really actually give me the opportunity to ask my deepest questions?”