In recent years, I have observed a development in the activist field that seems interesting and significant to me. A number of activists are self-critically reflecting on the premises of their own actions. They ask themselves to what extent their conventional strategies are ineffective or even counterproductive. They discuss among themselves what more effective activism might look like. In this blogpost, I would like to describe some of these discussions against the background of my own experiences at the intersection of outer transformation and inner work.