A Broken, Clattering Cacophonous Dissociation

Cap Kotz
3 min readFeb 13, 2024
Author and MJ

I begin my Writer’s Warm Up with Narrative Pairing every morning, beginning with the Medium Platform. I receive in my Inbox a Daily Digest and assorted Short Reads from fellow Medium Writers. This morning, I paired with an AI prediction piece, a story about the effects of suicide and music, and bravery in the AIDS Crisis.

Narrative Pairing is simultaneous IAI (Inner Accessible Intelligence) blending, Platform Linking, and Collective Collaboration. I read the Short Read (Narrative Platform) and listened to the story I heard. For example, when I read about UX Design and ways of dealing with AI immersion, I became impatient, felt Unheard, and then annoyed, leading to anger. This certainly is not the initial narrative, but I continue to read, be open to the story, and listen to my triggered response. This is the first Narrative Rewilding Stage.

I place Muscle Organization (MO) ) pattern markers in the second stage of my new narrative. Impatient is a forward tense neck, Unheard is chronic Pelvic Bowl Tilt (PB Tilt), annoyed is a bunching of my shoulders, and anger is gritted teeth and clenched hands. Each marker is paired with a Movement Range: forward neck tension to extending the top of my head string; chronic PB Tilt to PB Scoop, bunched shoulders to pec lengthening, and clenched muscles to wide mouth and wide hands.

I touch down on another Narrative Platform, where the music-suicide pairing takes me into an energetic vibrational (EV) readout. Again, I listen to my response to the story- dull red resistance and orange fear flashes. I’m reluctant to open the gates to sadness and grief, but I do, knowing the more I can ShakeOut holding pattern attachments, the greater my writing range will be.

The 3rd stage of Narrative Rewilding comes from pairing the pattern markers with physical activity. Muscle tension and lengthening, clenching and expanding, resistant bracing and flow, can all be applied to various physical activities such as canoeing, dancing, or Tai Chi. By now, the narrative has been Rewilded several times, and my Inner Writer has access to fresh data. Finally, I paired the Narrative Platform with Amy Kaufman Burke’s short read about being a frontline caregiver during the AIDS crisis in the early 80s. She wrote, “I figured if I asked my patients to deal with their…

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Cap Kotz

Writer and Story Mapping Guide, I follow the life path no matter how challenging.