An essay by Jeppe Dyrendom Graugaard https://soundcloud.com/dramok/hope-and-truth
What dissolves obsessions and releases us from compulsion is a recognition – through the depths of Grief – that what what we had believed to be essential is futile and that what has made it futile is what allows us to be released from it: We are struck by the realization that to continue in this manner is incoherent.
Ava Osbiston has added this conversation with Jeppe Graugaard on the Dark Mountain website with this introduction: How do we come together and connect, create, share and witness each other around the work of Dark Mountain? For the first in a series of “Find the Others” podcasts- Ava Osbiston from the Dark Mountain Project speaks…… Continue reading How do we find others?
This conversation, the most recent in a longstanding dialogue, led to my most recent post, The Edifice of Thought. https://soundcloud.com/antonio-dias-388507820/to-be-human-conversation-with-jeppe-graugaard
Thought shapes thinking. We cannot think differently unless we become aware of how thought shapes our thinking. There is a shape implicit in thought, forming a trajectory for our thinking, that is there as we gather a thought. Right there in the act of thinking itself. Technological thinking, institutionalized, taught thinking, what we call rational…… Continue reading The Edifice of Thought*
Jeppe has posted the third and final conversations from my time in Denmark last Fall. https://soundcloud.com/dramok/dialogue-on-wholeness
Jeppe has posted the second of our conversations from my time in Denmark at the end of October. https://soundcloud.com/dramok/dialogue-on-craft
I’m just back from two weeks working with Jeppe Graugaard in Denmark. This recording is the first of a three-part series of conversations resulting from our time together. https://soundcloud.com/dramok/dialogue-on-practice More on this and other aspects of what went on while I was there to follow….
Over on his blog, PatternWhichConnects, Jeppe Graugaard had this to say about my work. Last year we co-published three of these conversations which delved into some of the processes that underpin the sense of isolation and fragmentation we had both experienced (albeit in different ways) as well as the ways in which we were beginning…… Continue reading A Welcome Review