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Deep Network Recovery Art
Co-facilitation toolsets for individuals, families, & community network recovery strategies -- led by those who have survived the impossible.
Radio Publica Intuitiva (RPI, Intuitive Public Radio, or IPR) is a deep network recovery art project designed and coordinated by Megan Elizabeth Morris (Max) in conjunction with Intuitive Invisibles' mentorship cohorts.
These network spaces provide specific forms of disability recovery assistance through fictional (factual) world-building, transformational learning practice, and living systems analysis. Participants strengthen their use of toolsets for class co-facilitation and collaborative manifestation in small private groups, primarily hosted on Telegram messenger.
The public broadcast spaces of Radio Publica Intuitiva support participating community members in building powerful public voices and professional platforms informed by their experiences of recovery from severely compounded illness and injury conditions.
If you'd like to follow the broadcasts we have compiled together over the years and new broadcasts as they air, primary materials are posted at t.me/RadioPublicaIntuitiva and t.me/IntuitivePublicRadio.
Radiostreams can be found via Intuitive.pub/radiostreams.
If you'd like to work on a broadcast with us, reach out to Max.
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This network was originally built for rescue aid and centered rescue aid exclusively for a long time. Our rescue aid infrastructure still exists, but we have recently taken more space from these toolsets in order to create a more deeply-rooted, more stabilized structure of supports for those in need (including our selves). When we return to daily use of our rescue aid toolsets, our processes will function more smoothly and powerfully than before — when already, they were unmatched by any other available resource.
Meanwhile, we are expanding our classes and toolsets to best support individual, family, and community network recovery strategies led by survivors of severe disablement who even now are expressing the world into being, tuning somatic etymologies. (This is our life-saving creative writing. You're invited.)
The people this network was built to serve are still unresourced, still being killed unnecessarily, still experiencing ongoing physical torture, still being sex trafficked, still being excluded from common social supports, and still being mischaracterized or misdirected by nearly every professional organization we could reach to inquire.
To ensure the dignity and integrity of your own communities, you require a true and honorable response to these voices — fictional or factual — and just reading these words, you're already hoping to see some indication of it. Even if you don't think it's possible... you're hoping.
You know that without a response, they may number far more than you've guessed, and some of them will turn out to be your loved ones.
That's why we're broadcasting.
Thank you for listening.