Indigenize!

Rekindle Your Wild Joy and sense of deep Belonging through spiritual ecopsychology and the arts, incl. bioregional awareness, animistic perspectives, strategies for simple living, & low/no-tech DIY fun.

Welcome to Indigenize! October 8, 2009

Filed under: Arts,Photography,Spiritual Ecopsychology — BrujaHa @ 10:16 pm

 

Tree-Face

This beautiful tree spirit was carved by Doug Elliott. I took the photo while visiting their place in North Carolina a few years back, right after we ate squirrel.

 

This is a very new site, with more to grow in it soon.

The primary goal of Tina Fields’ work is to help folks become indigenous to their home places and their deep wild selves once more (or perhaps, at least in conscious awareness, for the first time). Here will be:

* Her current work and thought in the broad field of spiritual ecopsychology: humorous essays, academic papers, & childlike interactive exercises promoting bioregional awareness and no-tech fun.

* Her work/play in the various arts, including songleading, contradance calling, shamanic arts, and DIY crafts out of junk.

Please click the buttons of your choice on the right.

Why are both artistic and scholarly approaches dancing together here? This choice is not arbitrary. Structural changes such as alternative methods of generating energy, transportation, healthy food production, and the like are clearly needed if we are to survive as a species. But a shift in consciousness beneath that is just as vital to our future survival. Among the ways to foster such a shift is to more fully engage with our deep and reciprocal relationship with the ‘natural’ world. How? Through awakening physical sensory awareness, enhancing mental knowledge and appreciation, deepening our spiritual connections with our neighbors in all sorts of bodies, and playing with the various arts, which can bring strangers together in collectively shared creative joy. Here you can see Tina’s work that is intended to help you foster these delicious inner resources.

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