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What does it mean to be part of the same body?
I’d like to call attention to two articles recently published on The Starfire Codes platform — one about the inherently rhizomatic nature of our beingness, and one that insightfully challenges the validity of the scientific standard of double blind studies.
Each of these has plenty of text readable before the paywall mark; but if it’s within your means, the $5 ticket price to read the full text of these articles and others that can be accessed through a paid Starfire Codes subscription is well worth the investment.
A realization that frequently occurs for survivors recovering from extreme violence is that the body’s true capacities are far beyond what we are taught — and often when we bring up these capacities to process them consciously with others, we find ourselves discouraged from mentioning them.
Many have wondered why.
(Sometimes I still wonder why.)
But we notice that it helps a lot to keep colleagues and information sources in our spheres that continue to remind us how our thinking can be expanded; how new angles and pathways can be activated when considering the normalized day-to-day subjects about which we might tend to make unconscious, fear-based, or stress-induced assumptions.
Many of us have found ourselves accessing a field of knowing beyond our individual bodies, solving problems and saving lives that way — and simultaneously, trying to figure out what on Earth could be going on.
The more we compare notes and delve into our shared experiencing, the more answers we discover.