I fell deep into this cutting edge field that combines elements of philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience, and proposes a future-driven approach to the way we think and experience reality. Explore the field’s roots, its diverse and innovative thinkers, the captivating ideas at its core, and the potentially revolutionary ideas at its frontier
Dive into Tree’s life as a dreamer through her eclectic, evocative aesthetic in her short film, DREAM BABY DREAM.
Improvisation proceeds from intensive physical, emotional, creative, active engagement and penetrates to interior experience. Meditation proceeds from silence and wholeness which over time informs creative activity. It is a powerful complementary.
DE is a way of doing. It is a way of doing everything you do. DE simply means doing whatever you do in the easiest most relaxed way you can manage which is also the quickest and most efficient way, as you will find as you advance in DE.
We have only to gain from our two cultural partners, art and science, working together. They can inform, enlighten, and benefit from one another. They are both concerned with the same fundamental questions of who we are, why we are here, where we are going, and where we come from.
It’s like the seed vault that stores samples of thousands of plant species to make sure the world’s flora cannot go extinct. We are our own vault, and our sparks are one of one. We hold the base formula. Our knowledge of self is singular, unique and vital.
While charting my own destiny and inadvertently creating an alternative narrative for myself like my mother had long ago, I found that being a rebel isn’t just about breaking rules and taking risks. It’s about imagining the unseen and creating the unknown because there is a need for it to exist.
Routines are safe. They can be valuable. They are one less thing to think about in times of tension and transition. Rinse. Repeat. They can also can also be dangerous habits in which our agency is lost to the passive voice.
Sometimes I ask myself if I’m always working, or never. Is meeting strangers considered work? If so, I’ve largely eclipsed the 35 hour work week.
It’s a blind first stumble down a slippery slope — one that weakens my sense of direction, makes me send ‘lol’ instead of actually laughing, replaces essential parts of life and human connection simply because it can. I am scared that empathy will one day appear inconvenient, or optional.