Shared October 31, 2019
Conservative cultures and religions are often looked at for their restrictions, strict taboos and limitations. But what if these external limitations actually create more inner liberation? Do communal boundaries create more personal freedom? Are Western cultures so 'free' that it scatters our energy and intention?
I dive into some thoughts with how I had a major perspective change on how to define freedom within conservative or spiritual communities through a previous workshop I hosted with Tahir - lead singer and founder of Fannah Fi Allah, one of our guest teachers at Momentom Collective at our Indonesia Artist Residency in Sumbawa.
For more of thoughts, music, blogs and info on my book 'Tales of the Modern Nomad - Monks, Mushrooms & Other Misadventures' check out www.modernnomad.ca
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Big love from Sumbawa!
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