This environment is achieved by a number of non-tools and non-actions. We use defamiliarization as a strategy to undo expectations and fixed identities. The language that emerges in the course of the meeting is captured and taken apart by recontextualization and erasure. We place the participant in a liminal space where crystallized cognitive structures can be loosened and sometimes dissolved. This process is reportedly uncomfortable, confusing, unexpected, freeing, stimulating, explorative, leading to discovery and new synthesis. In order to bridge the gap, one becomes the gap, the liminal space, the space in-between. This allowing to fall apart and just be is a feminine technology leading to true thinking and acting “outside of the box.” In a world that is running out of answers and time, we cannot afford to ignore this radically creative approach.