The Case for Support

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I can’t imagine how little I’d be able to accomplish in the world without support. As I was walking home from therapy yesterday, I started thinking about the massive, massive amounts of support I have all around me. In fact, I might argue that the majority of self-work I’ve been doing over the past five […]

Is Subjectivity Work Individualistic and Selfish?

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Subjectivity and individualism. We talk a lot about purpose as subjectivity work. About going inward and feeling what’s right to you. About creating—and expressing—a language to articulate your own subjectivity. An anchor to de-condition yourself from society’s predominant narratives. Understanding your own life experiences, wounds, traumas, gifts and desires. Constantly, people confuse this radically inward […]

How Math Taught Me About My Purpose

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I’ve always liked math. For a short period in college, I was a math minor (before I realized I could drop the minor and get credit for spending my summers in Italy). And I once asked an applied math major friend to teach me calculus three for fun. In high school, I used to solve […]

How I Finally Felt at Home in My Life

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After a long pause of consideration, she said, “I finally feel like I’m at home in myself.” Yesterday, as I was chatting with a former Circler on a call, she was unpacking the shifts she’s felt since her Sacred Circle a few months ago. She was trying to articulate what has changed. Because it wasn’t […]

 
 
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