This is a practice-based episode that speaks more deeply to the issues that were brought up in the last episode, with Jane Clapp, about how social media is changing us. This is from the point of view of a podcast/body-centered mindfulness studio that wants to "make the world a more embodied place" and that is "in the inquiry of being fully human".
In the episode, host Brooke Thomas asks if it's possible to be more embodied and fully human and still connected to the social media algorithms with how they are designed to change our brains and behavior.
She also gives a guided practice for becoming present by receiving through the senses, a way of falling back in love with the world.
Retreat month in the Liberated Being studio begins April 1st. It will be a flexible container for disconnecting from social media and doomscrolling and most importantly reconnecting to our bodies, our beings, our natural environment, and our actual lives.
You can sign up at liberatedbeing.community/studio. It’s not an extra program, just a part of monthly or annual membership.
RESOURCES mentioned in the episode:
The Social Dilemma (documentary)
The Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff
Feels Good Man (documentary)
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