Bodies in conflict with the mind in mind
involves the development of a daily practice tying movement, intention, and expression such that the patterns of the moving bodymind are explicitly linked with thought and communication.
Exercises: Aikido 2.0 (taijutsu with language)
"I'm listening. Let's go together. Tell me more. What do you need?"
Conflict in mind embodied
embeds the communicating bodymind in context which requires connection with others under pressure.
Exercises: Improvised Friction and Staged Combat
"I feel hurt by what you were saying/doing. When that happens I have a hard time knowing what to do. Would you like to take turns listening to each other now or should we be apart and try again later?"
Minding (tending) embodied conflict
extends the basics of MNv into clear requests for acting with co-creativity and shared responsibility in order to call for a community that does treasures difference and thereby identifies peace with doing conflict well.
Exercises: Facilitation and Leadership
"Should we ask for help first or try something ourselves?"