⛰ We remember the poly-poetic, biological, and ecological perspectives of who we are.
⛰ We breathe in deep relationship, every moment.
⛰ We are so much and have so much to remember and re-create, both internal and external myths.
⛰ We responsibly make room in our internal narratives to embrace the stories and dreams of the world, the old and the emerging.
⛰ We touch grief and trust the uncertainty.
⛰ We decentralize our presence as humans and remember listening, touching, and sensing.
⛰ We return to the here and now, the fabric of community heroes rather than isolated triumphant individuals.
⛰ We share the fertilization between mythology, psychology, and ecology.
⛰ We (re)find who we are at the thresholds.
⛰ Do you remember?
Title adapted from a sentence in the book “The Farthest Beach” by Ursula K. Le Guin
By Sofia Batalha
Mammal, author, woman-mother, and question weaver one day at a time. Awkward prose-poet with no grammatical knowledge. Pilgrim through inner and outer landscapes, remembering ancient earth practices, in radical presence, active listening, ecopsychology, art, ecstasy, and writing. Author of eight books, editor of the free online magazine, Wind and Water, Re-member the Bones Podcast, and Beyond the Sea Conversations — all in Portuguese.
More information: sofiabatalha.com or Instagram: @serpentedalua