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Survive eleven months (April 18, 2019; March 18, 2020)

When I try to tell you what happened, my ability to verbalize drops away. When I try to tell you what happened, I even forget completely what I was going to say.
  This is a way the body protects itself when it has been traumatized. But this body is healing, and it has been practicing…”

Survive eleven months (April 18, 2019; March 18, 2020)  read more…

Contributor invitation: Restoring resilience in communities experiencing trauma

Are you a trauma survivor who seems to suddenly or repeatedly become a scapegoat to others when your pain threshold is crossed?

If you have had this experience, please accept my invitation to be part of our public radio conversation in order to create solidarity, understanding, and greater community safety for trauma survivors who cannot talk about it on the radio or participate openly.

Needs:
*Short discussions using phone calls or Zoom video calls. (More options listed below.)
*Recordings will be made using speakerphone on phone calls, unless we have the option of making a clearer recording (with Zoom).
*Stabilizing conversations addressing challenging topics, showing up with our best support, kindness, and patience for one another.

Questions:
*In what ways is the “novel coronavirus” situation creating more resources for trauma survivors than we had before?
*In what ways is the “novel coronavirus” situation creating more obstacles for trauma survivors than we had before?
*Where do we need increased awareness of the effects of trauma in our daily lives, right now?

If you can join me on a phone call or on a Zoom call to record in real time, please send me a note with your phone number to max@intuitive.pub or message privately via https://Intuitive.pub/helpline. I can also receive private Telegram messages at https://t.me/MaxMorris

To share your thoughts in public broadcast, send a text response by email to: public@intuitive.pub. You can also send a text response at this page: https://Intuitive.pub/broadcast. Send in an audio clip by recording here: https://anchor.fm/Intuitive/message.

Content will be published to Intuitive Public Radio and shared within some hours or days after our conversation. (Due to current adversity, time frames are not exact. Let’s stay in touch so that I can let you know when your segments go up.)

You can send me a private message or ask me questions by emailing max@intuitive.pub or messaging via https://Intuitive.pub/helpline. You can find out more about me on this page: https://Intuitive.social/hello/Max. Please send me additional or repeat messages if you need to in order to get my attention, and my apologies for anything I may miss. I am striving through physical difficulties to create safety and public community resources that can help myself and others.

My previous post with additional context can be found here: https://intuitive.social/2020/03/20/contributors-needed-can-you-help.

This can get better for me and for all of us. Caring participants are greatly appreciated. You have my permission to copy and paste this message to share with others — with my gratitude.

Across the Intuitive community network

Soon from the queue…
Links & excerpts from Notes on Refuge, IPR Pittsburgh, and across the Intuitive community network

Just published…
Resolution in Conversation & Power as a GiftIntuitive Public Radio

More recent episodes…
In SpringIntuitive Public Media, IPR
Transceiving Survivors of SeverityMaxMoRadio, IPR
Shiny new foliage, flowing electricityMaxMoRadio, IPR
Bravely broughtIntuitive Public Radio
The Feeling of StrivingEmergent, IPR
Intuitive Public RadioMaxMoRadio, IPR

 

Invitation

…to browse our updated Telegram channel directory, which is now a lot more like browsing a website than it ever has been before. https://Intuitive.community/Telegram/view

This contains huge archives of survivor-led initiatives and knowledgebase content our members have compiled with their lives on the line. We are building a good community library for you. Please visit us and make gentle friends with those you meet along the way.

PS. Wondrous appreciation for everyone in Telegram messenger development. Thank you for creating something so beautifully usable for us and ours. We couldn’t find anything else that worked, then this. You are superheroes.

Resolution in Conversation & Power as a Gift

Max chats with her friend Jim about the resolution of disagreements in conversation, community, and power as a gift. Transcript: https://intuitive.pub/texthttps://intuitive.pub/radio • IPR •••

Max: So for instance… what do you feel should happen when people disagree with one another? What is our scenario?

Jim: What happens when people disagree with one another? I think what would happen, Max, is conversation. There is a beautiful section in the very beginning of Ignatius of Loyola’s exercises where he says that grieving people should have a positive attitude toward each other. If one of them says something that seems strange, then the person should ask, could the person better explain it so that the first person would understand? Hopefully, they would work out their misunderstanding which could be just a matter of words.
  If they still can’t get it clear, he suggests getting a couple of friends and saying, We’re trying to talk about this and we’re having understanding. Can you help us? And the friends would try to do that.
  If there is still a misunderstanding, we’d say, let’s go to a teacher or let’s go to a wise person or let’s go to somebody who maybe we don’t know personally but is very good at getting answers.
  And if still there turned out to be a difference, and it could be a serious difference, it could even be that we feel we need to go officially to the court and to ask the judge to listen to our case and tell us what he thinks is the right answer, and we would be willing to go with whatever that answer is.
  That’s a way of saying that communication is very important between people in contact with each other. The hope is, it’s good when people can explain themselves to each other and remain friends, and in fact better friends.
  That’s one answer i would have for what happens when there is a difference of opinion.

Max: I really like the subject of conflict resolution, but I like approaching it from a standpoint where perhaps we don’t need to end up in the conflict first and then resolve it; perhaps there are ways of getting ahead of conflict by having better conversations in communities. read more…

Spring and springing

In Spring • Some kind of Renaissance of Internet income generation • Reviving kindness (better) • Share resources • Needs and solutions • Spring is springing • I think things are going to get better. Honestly. https://Intuitive.Social/Professional

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Intuitive Invisibles

What are Intuitive Invisibles?

Intuitive Public Yogas

Intuitive Public Yogas is coordinating support, safety, and crisis relief for severe experiencers and others undeservedly excluded from community contact. We are ensuring the nourishment of belonging and direct, friendly assistance to people who cannot find help anywhere else.

Visit Intuitive.Social/Calendar for our upcoming activities, and subscribe to our @IntuitivePublicYogas Telegram channel to practice and share with others.

(For help, click the message button at the bottom right-hand of this page or email Max & the Intuitive team at helpline@intuitive.pub.)

Our work is only successful because of you, your kindness, and your wishes for stronger, more resilient communities!

Thank you for sharing your needs and insights with us as we work hard each day.

Thank you for helping the members of our growing, survivor-led initiative by donating a few dollars or a few minutes of your time:

To volunteer, email volunteer@intuitive.pub.
To donate, visit https://paypal.me/intuitiveinvisibles.

And — thank you for tuning into this #IntuitivePublicRadio. 🌿

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Bravely Brought

Welcome, brave listeners. This is Intuitive Public Radio.

Thank you for your support. The donations you’ve sent to intuitive.community/donations and to our other contribution platforms have built pages, bought supplies, paid service charges, and gotten core team members through days of suffering, starvation, and life-threatening circumstance. We are creating more and better ways to be in community together. Thank you for being on this mission with us.

We are changing our relationships around money and community. If you are able to contribute a few dollars to our efforts, intuitive.community/donations is a list of supportive links where you can pick your favorite way to urge us on. 

Whether you have dollars or not, let us know how you would like to support us, and how we can support you. You can always send us a private note using the button at the bottom right corner of intuitive.pub/helpline, email helpline@intuitive.pub or hello@intuitive.social to reach our team members. You can submit suggestions and public notes for broadcast, too, by visiting intuitive.pub/broadcast or sending us a public voice message by navigating to anchor.fm/Intuitive/message.

If you haven’t found it yet, tune in Intuitive Public TV on YouTube by browsing to intuitive.pub/tv, our podcast archives at anchor.fm/Intuitive or streaming 24/7 from Intuitive.pub/radio/stream.

And stay tuned. It’s about to get groovy.

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IPR is brought to you this very moment by Intuitive Social Kitchen: Wartime medicinal kitchens save the lives of environmental disaster survivors every day.

We are building inclusive, accessible, intuitive, community-serving medicinal kitchens based on the emergent specifications shared by members of our communities.

With the help of Intuitive Public Radio, we are bringing this resource to your neighborhood — asking you and the people you care about what makes your lives better, what foods heal your family, and what you need in your kitchens.

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We are also brought to you by the Coalition to End Forced Psychiatric Drugging. Members of Intuitive Community wish to express our support for Jill Kesti, creator of the Coalition to End Forced Psychiatric Drugging, for the life-saving work she has done in compiling this resource.

Jill is an amazing woman in Michigan building awareness of forced psychiatry and its human rights abuses through her graphic design work. Please visit the Coalition on Facebook at facebook.com/sisucreative23 and on Patreon at patreon.com/JillKesti. Find more links to the Coalition to End Forced Psychiatric Drugging in our latest post at Intuitive.pub/radio.

Jill is working to fund a coalition of psychiatric survivors in a class action lawsuit, research and create a medication-free, long-term support center, heal holistically & naturally, and help people fix this planet. You can make a one time donation to her Coalition work via paypal.me/CTEFPD, or to support her personal well-being via paypal.me/JillKesti

If you have also benefited from the Coalition to End Forced Psychiatric Drugging, please share Jill’s links and contribute your positive reviews to her Facebook page, facebook.com/sisucreative23

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Here’s one more: This program is brought to you by courageous hearts still beating, lungs bravely breathing, and the soul of wisdom in compassion that lives in each of us. Care for your fellow living beings. Listen to their songs closely. Sing your own song fearlessly. And tune your radios to the melody of Intuitive community.

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Essentially, we are brought to one another by one another. When we show up to say how we are supported and how we choose to support others, we make more privilege in community for everybody.

If you have felt a compulsion to stay in hiding, you’re not the only one. All the fresh new talk of quarantines brings a new spin to it. But we have ways of reaching out to touch one another with our voices; my instrument resonates to communicate with you; your transceivers vibrate at the frequencies you’re receiving. Our bodies seem separate, but we’re connected. We’re making music together by caring about each other.

We can protect ourselves and also get what we need. We can ensure one another’s safety, privacy, and healthy interconnectivity. We can travel, in fact, without leaving the house. It’s a new day. Who do you want to help?

I’m grateful to a lot of people who found a way to show up when it seemed showing up would have to kill their living bodies. I’m grateful for resources I found when there was no other information to save me — survivors building websites with their last and desperate and slimmest capacity. 

I learned a lot about marketing and advertising, once upon a time, but it was toothless from missing too much of the invisible, struggling to create value without recognizing value. So much of the focus is drawn by money, but we focus more effectively when we listen intuitively in community. 

Something is happening to you invisibly. And it might be the very most important thing…

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You are a good person who deserves for good things to happen. Please accept our wishes for nourishment and well-being — from all of us in this Intuitive community.

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Bravely broughtIntuitive Public Radio

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The Feeling of Striving

The Feeling of Striving • episode notes & transcript at https://Intuitive.pub/texthttps://Intuitive.pub/SpaceDogCircus 

The Feeling of Striving (music: “Gathering Stasis”). Volunteer to help transcribe.

Screenshot 2020-03-08 18.04.37

It feels familiar to us, the feeling of striving.

We know we are doing our best. We know we have sought to care for others well.

We know there are things in this life beyond our control, wet like water, sometimes unpredictably shifting, sometimes a challenge to move through.

We know that identifying those things is tricky. Something we thought we couldn’t control might turn out to be just within our purview — as long as we don’t try too hard to control it.

Some things turn out to be our responsibility to act on, act with… and where we were harmed or controlled, sometimes we only feel better if we harm or control someone or something else.

If there’s a better alternative than that, sometimes we can’t conceptualize it.

There is a fluid resistance of floating or drowning… a choice that must be made to survive. Can we swim toward one another? Can we act in strength with one another?

We do not mean to bite those who strive to feed us. We don’t know how to be allowed to eat without also being bitten.

And sometimes, we are not sure how to tell the difference.

How does it feel, to move through the water?

It seems very deep.

Keep swimming.

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The Feeling of StrivingSpace Dog CircusEmergentIntuitive Public Radio

https://anchor.fm/emergent/episodes/The-Feeling-of-Striving-ebhrar

https://intuitive.pub/Space/Dog/Circus
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