INVERSION or UPSIDEDOWN
I wear a necklace
cause I wanna know when I’m upside down.
Mitch Hedberg. American stand-up comedian
In our corner of the Universe, we do what we do. But why the state of things evokes concepts like paradox, confusion and disorder? Or are we just up to flipping nearly everything while looking forward to new perspectives?
These are the questions we’re up to discuss this year, embracing the disorder and stepping into possibilities. The core concepts are all here: the sources of human suffering and the tools we use to suffer less stepping into a drastically new or changed state, presence and alertness.
Think of it as a playground—a safe space to explore new ideas, build relationships, and see the world differently. Just because something hasn’t been done doesn’t mean it can’t be.
F. Nietzsche once stated: “All I need is a sheet of paper and something to write with, and then I can turn the world upside down.”