[the REVERENCE solution] immersive intensive collective research
a month-long colloquium on the topic of reverence (considered in the broadest possible terms). We're exploring a new collaborative method of research through co-navigating an imaginary narrative with analogous implications to the central topic.
If you follow this link, you'll find information about the call for applicants: https://www.la-source.org/spring-2023-collective-research
The application: https://forms.gle/DPZZYj21eQAZ5FFU7
What you offer
25 hours of help per week
Help with painting, graffiti, sculpting or drawing.
Help with volunteer work in local projects and communities.
What you get
3 days off per week
You will have a bed in a private room. In other words, a room just for you.
You will have a bed in a shared room, which means you will share the same room with other travelers.
You are entitled to a free breakfast, every day of your stay.
You are entitled to a free lunch, every day of your stay.
You are entitled to a free dinner, every day of your stay.
You can use our laundry room freely.
Free Hiking Tours:
We’ll take you on excursions and hikes around town. For free!
Take free yoga classes at our place.
You can take part in any of our therapeutic activities for free.
Take part in our Permaculture course for free.
Use our equipped kitchen:
Feel free to use our kitchen and make your own delicious food.
Over 25 years old
Only hosts solo volunteers (doesn’t accept couples or pairs)
What's not included
Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa
A month-long exploratorium initiated to uncover methodologies of genuine reverence as actual solutions to both immediate and anticipated crises - through days split between phenomenological, psychological, philosophical, theological epistemology [mornings] and narrative/analogical research [afternoons].
an intensive, residential,
collective vision quest
resulting in the redaction of a co-created book, [the REVERENCE solution], in which the [expedition] team maps a clarified vision of the implications, points of access and various possible practices to cultivate reverence as a proposed postural shift.