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-Neil Gaiman

Debb: A Journey in Realizing Wholeness



︎ What does it look like to welcome everything?
︎ How might those who contributed to our hurt play a part in our healing?
︎ What holds us back from accepting our own wholeness?

We invite you on a journey with Debb. Let’s See how she explores these questions and more.



ABUNDANT PEACE
السلام الحقيقي רב שלום


︎ If not us vs. them, then what?



︎ What contributions do self-reckoning and personal responsibility play in addressing the complexities of Israeli Palestinian tensions?
︎ How can we learn to hold seemingly conflicting truths simultaneously?


Let’s See.

“I began to realize as a result of my connection to Palestinians that we are perpetuating a sense of victimhood that creates reality which we always see them coming to destroy us,” shares Rav Hanan Schlesinger.

Join us on this journey as Rav Hanan shares his experience of learning to humanize those he previously saw as enemies.

Get involved with Friends of Roots and help foster a grassroots movement of understanding, nonviolence, and transformation among Israelis and Palestinians.



THE POWER OF MOVEMENT: DANCE PROPELS SELF-REALIZATION


︎ How can movement break social divisions? 



Quentin naturally gravitated towards dancing as a little boy. Yet then as he grew up, he learned to numb his connection to his body and feelings in order to meet the demands of survival in the rougher neighborhoods of Lauderhill, Florida.

During an unexpected encounter, we learn how Quentin reconnected with his body, his emotions, and uncover new ways to bridge human separation.

How does this video impact you? Join the conversation on Facebook.

Get involved with Movement for Movements and help bridge social and cultural divides through dance.

Special thanks to Rising Appalachia. See Quentin dance in their feature song, Resilient.




The unknown is not far off;
it is in what is.

-Krishnamurti




Prisoner and Guard Vulnerably Engage 

Seemingly polarized roles find striking commonalities in emotional human experience


A former guard asks an unexpected question of two former prisoners during Let's See Labs recent forum.

In this impromptu moment of vulnerable engagement, these seemingly polarized roles find common ground and similarities. Both speak to how their experience of the other changed when they themself changed from within. We are left with questions raised around how these societal roles might not be so different inside their core after all.
︎ What similarities in experience might a prisoner and guard go through?


STORIES FROM LIVE FORUM:

1.14.19. FORUM: Sourcing Change From Within: The Role of Self-Realization in Societal Change -- an emotionally evoking evening of raw stories and direct experience, captured into a film. Explore it >




“I feel, therefore I can be free.”

-Audre Lorde


LET’S SEE LABS
PELLUCIDITY        BERKELEY, CALIF.