Academia is narrowly focused on finite games and never-ending pursuits of competing, achieving and proving one’s worth. In this chapter, the authors ponder the risk of serving the function of academia’s patriarchal structures. They seek to move beyond lamenting and engage in containment to assert their intuition and attend to their wild, infinite and instinctual natures. In this chapter, the authors tap into their power as women and engage in writing/not-writing to support their wild, receptive and embodied ways of knowing and sensing. They bundle together their stories and dreaming and engage in processes of calling, bearing witness and responding to each other. This freedom in writing becomes a resource for listening, for ‘doing academia differently’ and for clarifying what is most important to them.