Improvisation Blog: Bio-drama and new ways of teaching

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Improvisation Blog: Bio-drama and new ways of teaching

Friday, 18 December 2020

Bio-drama and new ways of teaching

For a few years now I’ve been exploring with John Torday how the many profound aporia we live with (what we seem to accept as “wicked problems” – climate change, inequality, homelessness, educational problems, health, geopolitics, etc) result from some gap in our understanding of how human consciousness came to be: to put it simply, it is Bateson’s “gap between the way people think and the way nature works”. In excluding the possibility of a deeper and more coherent narrative, we have grown to believe that our profound problems cannot not exist. But I am now asking a question that was once asked by Jiddhu Krishnamurti to David Bohm – is it possible for humans to have no “problems” at all

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