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Finding my learning edges

Finding my learning edges

I recently spent 4 days at “The art of hosting” in Karlskrona, a training program for “hosts” (what most often is called facilitators or moderators in the contexts I find myself in). The event wanted to be capacity building at many levels. A large amount…

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Taiji with Master Sam Tam – January 2017

Taiji with Master Sam Tam – January 2017

In September 2016 I was feeling that I had stopped developing in my taji practice and doubted how I could move forward. At that time I had been playing around with the I Ching for a while and asked how I should approach my taiji…

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Natural presence and embodiment

Natural presence and embodiment

A nice interview about experience and embodiment.

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Authentic Relating – Practices and Perspectives

Authentic Relating – Practices and Perspectives

Written in July 2017 The last years of my life has been a journey into what I have chosen to call “Authentic Relating” in lack of better words. It has been an interesting journey of moving away from intellectualism and discovering both body and what…

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One year of circling

One year of circling

Written in july 2016 I found circling around a year ago. My love Ronja had tried it once in Oslo and recommended it. I signed up for the upcoming workshops in Copenhagen, not knowing what to expect. I don’t remember much of the weekend, but…

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Taiji with Master Sam Tam – August 2015

Taiji with Master Sam Tam – August 2015

For the last week I have stayed and practiced taiji with Master Sam Tam in Vancouver, Canada. Sam has been the “Sifu” of my Danish teacher Torben Bremann for about 10 years and before this trip I had only met him at a few workshops…

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Before We Wake

Before We Wake

This evaluation is a bit prototypical and will be developed further as I have the time to read it through properly. For now it is just a collection of desciptions and thoughts connected to the larp. Before We Wake was a 6 hour larp about…

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Last Will

Last Will

Last Will was a 24 hour larp about modern slavery and oppression set in a dystopian near future Sweden where economic crisis and a declining social security net has ended up in a situation where debt was inherited and people could be bought and sold…

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Taiji with William C. C. Chen

Taiji with William C. C. Chen

While I was in New York city I had the opportunity to visit Master William C. C. Chen for a private lesson. I have not practiced that much taiji from the tradition of professor Cheng Man Ching, but definetly feel that there is a lot…

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Performing the world

Performing the world

While in New York I went to the performing the world conference on a recommendation from my friend Esben, who has been actively engaging with the community for around five years. I went to do a lecture on Nordic Larp and to get inspiration for…

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