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Transmissions from East IPR
Heal The Body : Channel Poetry
Intuitive Community hosts this ongoing physical recovery session. To channel poetry is to free the expressive repair functions of your physical body.
Learn to channel poetry in supportive community activities and gatherings. Honor your ancestors and the ancestors of our spaces. Uphold respect for indigeneity and those who have dedicated their lives to that respect.
Lift the voices of your stories together and individually, with strength. Create an environment of collaborative well-being, safe for the healing of dreaming. Thank you for tuning to this channeling.
Supported by Survivors of Severity at Intuitive Invisible, The Metanoiac Portal, Intuitive Social Welsh, Intuitive Emergent, Gut Media, Intuitive Story, and more survivor led projects across our Intuitive community network.
Today on this Intuitive Public Radio of June 17, 2020…
Intuitive Community Juice is establishing necessary kitchen access, support, and equipment to multiply-marginalized, severely disabled people, especially in communities of color affected by environmental contaminants.
In the context of our Intuitive community network, this resourcing radically reduces and reverses racial health disparities across all communities.
As survivors and their families are strengthened by safe food after debilitative injury and illness, they gain economic independence and regenerate new and better (and as you know, urgently needed) resources for teaching cross-community cultural competence and racial justice.
Intuitive Public Media stands ready to help survivors build their own professional platforms at request, to amplify and respectfully interconnect their lived expertise across the Intuitive community network — especially where they can create ongoing income streams.
We recommend this:
Restore self-led recovery, creative expression, and economic freedom to communities of trauma and hardship.
(Our favorite Intuitive Community Juice recipe!)
Thank you for listening!
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I began writing this message May 27, 2020, and today is May 28, 2020.
I keep an audio journal. Processwork, expressing sound, listening, and audio together are deeply integrated for me since forever, as far as I can remember.
Upcoming in this breadth of northeastern Springtime is a series of community opportunities presented by the Process Work Institute, Processwork Online, and wonderful others — in which I am (stunned, gobsmacked, full of song) grateful to be participating.
This follows on the heels of more group work I have been very lucky to connect to, feeling increasing yearning to broadcast about: For instance…
May 21, I participated in a Transforming Body Image workshop led by Eugene, Oregon’s Amy Palatnick toward understanding, compassion, and deep acceptance of all parts, including spontaneously synchronous (amazing, and *continuing*) birdshit blessings. This epic experience is immortalized in my paper notes currently at flickr.com/photos/worldmegan on Flickr. (Am I going to change that URL later? I probably will. Not quite yet though.)
Though we at Intuitive Public Media have had IPR production paused since March 25-or-so (re: #severity, #disabilities) and there is wonderful content waiting to air when that production pause is done, I am going ahead with direct publishing of daily audio notes to our broadcast podcast archives at anchor.fm/Intuitive and our other podcast platforms.
I think we will figure out the flow of it.
For all time and in times like these, the work called process work deserves my highest recommendation. If your heart resonates for dreaming together in a way that heals community, here are a few ways you can learn more about it.
May 28, today, 2020, I am looking forward to Emetchi’s 9am Pacific (noon Eastern) trauma-informed Processwork oriented learning adventure offered through the Process Work Institute.
Also today, Joe Bartholomew is talking with Paul Levy at 11:30am Pacific (2:30pm Eastern), whose work has been important to me through years of intense experiences and hardship.
This Saturday, May 30, is the Process Work Institute’s New World Leader-Facilitator Training Seminar with Arny & Amy Mindell, a blessing so particular for me, for a moment I will let my verbal function drop away with utter grace.
Though I’ve reached my typing-for-talking threshold for the moment, I haven’t mentioned it all. Even more freely available resources are coming up in subsequent days.
The efforts and offerings of Processwork Online, with members in Toronto, can be found at https://ProcessworkOnline.com, where there are two free Internet seminars coming up June 8th and more events scheduled through the end of the year.
Processwork Online also has a Facebook page, with an attached Facebook group where learners and practitioners are welcome. The Processwork Online Facebook page and group are linked at the top of fb.me/ProcessworkOnline and at the bottom of ProcessworkOnline.com.
There are many more resources for process work available; and deeply related, conversations about the methodology called Open Dialogue, we’ll mention some days soon.
If you need help getting involved or practicing process work in community, please reach out to me.
If you’re looking for spur-of-the-moment opportunities, we are dropping links and more information in public Telegram channels, which you can browse to at the following addresses: t.me/s/IntuitiveSocialConference — we’ve got such a nourishing conference vibe going now, with multitudinous event offerings from so many different organizations — and t.me/s/IntuitiveSocialCalendar.
More earth-loving dreambody notes from this daily audio journal, upcoming. ✨🐆✨
Today is full of important dreaming. And the dreaming started many days (many years) ago, it seems…
Emetchi with the Process Work Institute led us through a process of dreaming answers to our questions about covid-19, our challenges as individuals and communities, and our dreaming of the path of humanity.
I’m not going to change that Flickr address, because it won’t let me. But in retrospect, that isn’t the only reason. It was a weird experience to have shared Internet handles with Megan Fox, when partners of mine behaved in such curious ways having to do with Megan Fox. All of that appears to go much deeper than I’m mentioning. But it was something from the outside reaching me in a strange, toxic way. Releasing all elements of toxicity, I suddenly remember why I chose that handle in the first place and what “worldmegan” originally meant to me.
Now affected by trauma, certainly, but not erased or eliminated.
Even the remnants are seeds.
They can grow back green.
While processing my relationship with the distant person who is Megan Fox, and my relationship with the many and varied people who are fans of her efforts, I feel how conflicted her environment may be. If that’s the case, I hope she finds refuge from it.
There are more conversations here I’m not ready to have yet.
But some days soon, we will have them.
rec-20200528-140518 Broadcast Stage – May 28, 2020
From May 26-27, 2020:
Hello there! I prefer to be called Max — a short form of my full name, Megan Elizabeth Morris.
Between 2013 and 2019, I sustained ongoing neurological injuries, death experiences, and severe physiological disability due to multi-marginalization, severe environmental illness, and toxic injury. I became a survivor of human trafficking, crossed international borders in desperation for safety, and was homeless for 3 years.
Through Intuitive community efforts and the tool sets I and others have built together, I have brought myself back from repeated fatal digestive failures using broad-spectrum, bioavailable food nutrient combinations through organic greens, green and low glycemic vegetables, fresh herbs and roots like turmeric and ginger, garlic, and other medicinal whole food ingredients.
Collaborating with other Survivors of Severity, I have built a network of public platforms centering survivors of severe trauma and hardship in regenerating caring, self-healing communities.
Through these platforms, severely disabled people are extending caring community to other severely disabled people — growing roots, leaves, and branches of personal empowerment, embodied practice, economic independence, regenerative (and accessible!) community resources, self-led physical healing, and effective, interconnected recovery.
We have compiled private access documentation in what is called the Intuitive Community Knowledgebase, the vast collective work of severely disabled members of our network in day-to-day life threatening situations.
We preserve their efforts amidst each individual’s obliterative neurological damage or environmental extremity so that their lived experience and expertise, over time and recovery, can become their ideal source of professional income generation and economic stability.
My work as part of Intuitive Public Media is in building and sharing professional multimedia tool sets to restore media privilege, representation, and access to survivors of severe conditions. We also broadcast to https://anchor.fm/IntuitivePublicMedia and are included in the programming of Intuitive Public Radio.
All Intuitive Public Media’s documentation is part of the Intuitive Community Knowledgebase, accessible through conversations and community relationships with members of our team.
If you’d like to browse some of our publicly shared resources for more projects like Intuitive Public Media, jump into the Intuitive community Telegram channel directory found here: https://Intuitive.community/Telegram/view
Beyond concierge access, our public knowledgebase web pages are now being built.
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May 27, 2020
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Thank you for connecting. 🌿
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The following podcast episodes from March 13-15 have been playing on 24/7 rotation at Intuitive.pub/radiostream since April 25, 2020. We are updating the rotation today — May 4, 2020 — so if you haven’t yet listened to this line-up, you can find them all at Intuitive.pub/text.
🌿 Transceiving Survivors of Severity – MaxMoRadio, IPR The first broadcast as we were discovering what parts of the body had capacity of function.
🌿 Shiny new foliage, flowing electricity – MaxMoRadio, IPR A venturing into poetic experience from out the extremity of winter scarcity.
🌿 Bravely brought – Intuitive Public Radio Here is how we learn, choose, and come to believe in what we’ve built, what it can do.
🌿 The Feeling of Striving – Emergent, IPR There are many different kinds of experience we are integrating, and many different kinds of beings any one of us might happen to be.
🌿 Intuitive Public Radio – MaxMoRadio, IPR I wonder what we broadcast in this episode…
Next line-up coming shortly. Our list will be updated soon at the top of Intuitive.pub/radiotext.
‘ Long before coronavirus hit, medical care in prisons was substandard. Conditions inside and the land many prisons are on is toxic. Many facilities are old, dilapidated and unsanitary…I hear about black mold, brown water and food unfit for consumption. The combination of conditions and prisoners increased susceptibility to chronic illnesses brings us beyond crisis to extreme urgency.
– Shandre Delaney, Pennsylvania (Human Rights Coalition – Fed Up!) ‘
Poverty Amidst Pandemic: Everybody’s Got A Right to Live Digital Mass Meeting includes testifiers from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Michigan shining ‘ a light on the plight, fight and insight of those leading this movement, and how crucial this work is during the double pandemic of COVID-19 and systemic poverty. ‘
Joined by PPC Co-Chairs Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II & Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis, and Special Guests Philip Alston, UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, and Dr. Sharelle Barber of the PPC’s COVID-19 Health Justice Advisory Committee.