Garden of Peace: Responding to the challenge of a civilization of peace
This article focuses on insights from the application of the ARTiculation modality in trauma and conflict transformation through the Garden of Peace projects (1989–) with specific reference to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. It is argued that ARTiculation provides a safe, fact-based concrete form of knowing-by-being, thus naturally allowing to reconcile our culturally enshrined mind–body split. Due to the function of our innate Dialogic Intelligence (DIN) capacity, ARTiculation is distinguished by its natural transformative realism combining mindfulness and creative action with epigenetic insights on the individual and cultural levels in tandem.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: State Art Teachers College
Publication date: October 1, 2016
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