Spaces instigate transformation.
I went to graduate school with the desire to understand how adults learn in life and through my research it was remarkable to me how important space was for learning and social change. For example, during the civil rights movement, black churches were instrumental in creating change because they provided “free spaces” for people to meet. Black churches were places where people came together to inspire one another, plot strategy and catalyze change.
Without those free spaces, the civil rights movement might not have happened.
If you’re puzzled, confused or stuck, if there’s an area you’d like to transform, you need to create space for the change to happen.
Then see what arises in the space.