about Fluidity of Self
Fluidity of Self and its six principles aims to support people not to be stuck with a limited fixed self view.
By not fixing on the self as a rigid identity, we become self-aware as having many roles and uniqueness at the same time. The idea of self-liberation, that we can choose who we are according to the situation, relationships and environment helps us have a more balanced and nuanced view of who we are.
By working with the six principles, we explore together Fluidity of Self. These principles support you in choosing how and when to move in and out of your comfort zones to experience new perspectives, experience the many selves that we all have.
By practising Fluidity of Self, you are creating, discovering and choosing your own well-being.
the six principles
Our six principles mean different things to different people at different times. They are self-defined and help you to trust yourself, stop analysing your stories, and start creating and experiencing new ones.
The principles can support you in all aspects of your life, but you may experience benefits in particular areas depending on your own personal journey.
They invite you to awaken your 5 senses including the 6th sense proprioception uncover a fluid observing self, your force that emerges from situations and that is in relationships with others and your surroundings.
With your unfolding awareness, you will not only feel as though they belong within the overall teaching of Fluidity of Self; you will also be able to make discoveries which will be unique to you as an individual.
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to explore the principles and discover your more fluid self
Being aware of the space inside and around yourself and how you can choose to respond
Sense of Vision
Tapping into your creativity and opening up to new things
Sense of Hearing
Giving yourself permission to be present, have space and ask questions
Sense of Smell
Speaking up if you wish to, or not; sharing your feelings and thoughts
Sense of Taste
Exploring inner and outer landscapes, ways of seeing and expanding views
Sense of Touch
participatory art practice
Participatory play with empty boxes invites exploration of the artistic process and embodiment of the six Fluidity of Self principles. Being able to surrender to the unknown opens you to trust the experience and fluid self.
Playing with empty boxes is like a dance between two people or more. It invites you to come into contact with yourself, the other, and the environment and move between both your inner and outer awareness.
Through this dance bit by bit you become more self-aware of the Fluidity of Self six principles embodying a more fluid way of being.
The methodology was discovered spontaneously in collaboration with Shenandoah at the Artist Residency Programme in London.