Embodied knowledge refers to the implicit understanding and experience that an individual holds about a subject or concept. Embodied knowledge refers to the tacit understanding, intuition, and sensory awareness that individuals acquire through their personal experiences and physical interactions with the world. This form of knowledge is grounded in the body’s sensations and responses, as opposed to explicit, conscious thought or formal education. It encompasses the unspoken insights and wisdom that are embedded in our bodily experiences, shaping our decision-making and creative processes.
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