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Constellation Week 6 ' How fire shapes the pelvis'

From this session we covered practical topics where the body and mind were associated with mind and health theories. From last session, we discussed how the body was more than a template and how attachments (clothing) were taken into context of reality. 366 more words


The catasterism of Callisto

For fall break, aka. “Reading Week,” I went to visit my best friend in Montreal. Oops. By 9:45am the next morning we were one of the few people standing outside le Musée des beaux-arts before it even opened. 594 more words


Worthy Creations

In relation to what we discussed in a previous session about asking ourselves if what we create is worth what it destroys this week, we asked ourselves what then should we create. 83 more words


Orion horizon

Touched the surface of a black hole,

Upon meeting the event horizon Orion glared back at me,

To remind me that if there ever was a place I belonged… 43 more words

Daniel Dror

Is It Worth It?

Everything we use in our daily life is something we created to satisfy a need we have but do we really need everything we own. This weeks session we asked ourselves if what we create worth what it destroys, for in every act of creation lies an act of destruction. 143 more words


Thing Power

The second session of constellation we discussed something called “Thing Power” and that is the ability of inanimate things to animate and act and produce an effect that is dramatic and subtle, it arises from both organic and inorganic bodies , this power emanates from all objects even if it is something man made for when a thing is discarded it still has an effect on our lives even it is out of sight does not mean it ceases to exist, in fact, it would still be something ” wild” for wild is what we are made of even our own thoughts are wild, so, therefore, everything created and around us is also wild and that is something we need to accept since but the closest thing we might get close to ” controlling ” it is actually domesticating it but in the need it always finds a way to reach latent wildness whether by breaking down or when it stops becoming of use to us.



In his essay ‘toys,’ Barthes has set out to encourage people to be more creative when thinking about what toys children can play with. At the time of Barthes writing particularly, toys played a significant role as ‘training devices,’ preparing children for adulthood by providing them with replicas of things they could encounter later in life. 195 more words