1 hr 11 min

"Freeing our Voices" with Amber Field Fractal Friends

Amber Field Amber Field is a musician, performer and master teacher. They use music and expressive arts as practices for healing and liberation for both individuals and communities. For them music and art are tools for activism, for personal and social change. They have amazing workshops the teach people how to fine and free their voices.

Amber identifies as a genderqueer and non-binary. I personally identify as gender-fluid, and this opens us up to a rich conversation about both of our experiences with gender. Just as I like people to refer to me with he and him as pronouns, Amber uses they and them to signify that they don't identify as either masculine or feminine. There are resources below about gender and gender pronouns.

Amber is also transnationally adopted and conducts workshops with adoptees, so we talk about Adoption, healing the primal wound that comes from separation from one's mother as a baby. And we talk about the importance for all us to connect with our ancestors as we develop our own identity.

Throughout the conversation we talk about the curiosity, compassion and community as we face all of the questions in our lives.

Amber Field Amber Field is a musician, performer and master teacher. They use music and expressive arts as practices for healing and liberation for both individuals and communities. For them music and art are tools for activism, for personal and social change. They have amazing workshops the teach people how to fine and free their voices.

Amber identifies as a genderqueer and non-binary. I personally identify as gender-fluid, and this opens us up to a rich conversation about both of our experiences with gender. Just as I like people to refer to me with he and him as pronouns, Amber uses they and them to signify that they don't identify as either masculine or feminine. There are resources below about gender and gender pronouns.

Amber is also transnationally adopted and conducts workshops with adoptees, so we talk about Adoption, healing the primal wound that comes from separation from one's mother as a baby. And we talk about the importance for all us to connect with our ancestors as we develop our own identity.

Throughout the conversation we talk about the curiosity, compassion and community as we face all of the questions in our lives.

1 hr 11 min