Nothing Into Something

Movement Research : Self-Inquiry Based Learning

Nothing Into Something


This practice provides an opportunity for self-inquiry based learning. It integrates aspects of somatic psychology and expressive arts activity explicitly and of creativity, spirituality, and psychology implicitly. The approach to this practice is reflective, expressive, creative, meditative, and contemplative in order to practice self-inquiry. Its potential is 1) to increase body- and self-awareness from daily movement and life, and 2) to support participants to become more aware of their resources and potentials, which they already have but haven’t acknowledged yet.

My perceptions of body and self are; 1) one’s experience is encoded in our body organism, 2) one is a living organism, and 3) the self is a narrative construction. Therefore, participants are encouraged to bring their own resources to work with.


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updated on April 26th, 2015

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