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How can you be visible to others when you are keeping yourself invisible to yourself?
The series of Women
and Visibility is a journey through the challenges women in the 21st
Century face in our path to fulfillment or when we want to share our gifts,
embody our purpose or live our brilliance. In any of these instances, being
visible is a necessity. But being visible elicits potent fear in women. This
series is my attempt to describe why and to explore ways in which we can
address this challenge so that we can free our radiance, unfold our potential
and express our genius.
In Article 1: “The Hunger that Devours our Visibility,” we address the hunger that both, pulls us towards becoming visible and sabotages our capacity to be visible.
In this article, I want to explore the underbelly of women’s invisibility: when we are invisible to ourselves.
When we are invisible to ourselves.River Shapeshifter: Digital collage by Maria mar(c)
Lights off Center
In the first article I referred to a ceremonial performance
I did last year for an audience of change-makers, artists and activists.
The venue was an amazing cultural cafe that […]