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Deep Change For Water Justice Conference

  • Vermont Law School South Royalton, Vermont USA (map)

How do we listen to the intuitive technology of our bodies and imaginations? How are the stories in our bodies connected to our lineages and cultural inheritances? How do we listen to what our body has to say? In this workshop we will explore how to listen to our body through movement, drawing and writing, to better understand what stories our bodies hold, and how those stories can become resources for creating personal ceremony. In ceremony, we hold space for what is beyond us. To commune with what is beyond us, we must go deeply within us.  Playfully and collectively we will attempt to rediscover our relationship with the phenomenal world that is everyday life, and listen deeply to the inner guidance our bodies hold. 

This work will be guided by the creative protocols developed by the Tamalpa Institute’s Life/Art Process. The workshop will be primarily movement-based. Movers of all abilities and experiences are welcome.

Deep Change is a one-day conference exploring the synthesis of personal and societal transformation embodied by Occupy, Standing Rock, and Black Lives Matter. More information at https://www.deep-change.org