"Interbeing" is popularized by the Vietnamese Zen Buddhist monk, poet, and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh and Joanna Macy, an environmental activist, author, and scholar of Buddhism, systems theory, and deep ecology, has incorporated and expanded upon the idea of Interbeing in her work. Specifically, she draws upon this concept in her teachings about "The Work That Reconnects," a transformative group process she developed to address ecological and social issues.
It captures a profound insight into the interconnected nature of reality with the core principles of:
Interconnectedness: Everything is connected to everything else. Nothing exists in isolation.
Interdependence: All phenomena arise due to a multitude of causes and conditions. This implies that everything relies on something else for its existence.
Study of the Self: integrating and getting to know the Self through deep ecology and recognizing the creative agent of transformation.
Recognizing our Interbeing nature can lead to more ethical and sustainable choices, as we understand that our actions impact the larger web of life and vice versa.
Artcura Interbeing education incorporates insights and practices, including Deep Ecology, Awareness Based Systems Change, and other spiritual perennial practices, proposing a rich learning environment through practices of the Artcura Incubator, Workshops, and performance presentations.
Our platform promotes the development of artists and constellations of creative leadership supported by an inclusive set of practices, tools, and content, such as integral philosophy and awareness-based systems developed by the U LAB Presencing Institute MIT.
Our practices include altruistic values to discover possibilities for activating the regenerative social field within a "Cosmolocal" virtual environment with languages spoken in Portuguese and English - This unique combination aims to facilitate an ecosystem of cooperation, reciprocity, and systemic awareness in a micro-network dedicated to integral arts.
Our platform nurtures a dynamic and creative educational place dedicated to experimentation, co-creation, and exchange within a micro-community of multidisciplinary members, educators, artists, and regenerative practitioners.