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How can we transcend outdated separations between the arts and ecology, allowing them to freely cross-pollinate? The answers to these questions are intimately related, as they have always been, to the arts.

In this essay, Nala dives into the origins of human indigeneity through a powerful self-reflective lens informed by indigenous teachers from across the globe. Every person on this globe—even the most domesticated among us—contains the feral seeds of our own indigenous origin.

Reinhabiting our own bodies is an essential step towards re-indigenization – behaving in an ecologically respectful and culturally sustainable manner which truly honors ‘home’. The embodied arts are designed to help us to do exactly this.

How do we avoid wasting precious energy on intracommunity friction and conflict? The answers to these questions are intimately related, as they have always been, to the arts.

Countless modern people are currently wondering: how do we inhabit a true sense of home, an ecologically relevant sense of place, instead of a mere space where we extract what we need and dump toxic waste when we’re done?

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