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From Physical to Energetic

Dr. Dan Gleeson of Thunder Bay, Canada, is not your everyday, run-of-the-mill chiropractor. He began training straight out of high school in 1958, and in those days, the methodology was “redneck chiropractics – anything goes” in so much as they utilized every technique ...

A Divine Spark : Interview with Deborah Bell

For South African artist Deborah Bell, a turning point came with the end of apartheid. With the release of Nelson Mandela and the wave of change that followed, Bell found a new direction. “My work became spiritual,” she says, “which it hadn’t been. My work now is more o...

Featured Artist Alex Grey

How exactly does an artist go about portraying the intangible? Alex Grey entangled his artistic skills with the memories of his mystical moments and in doing so found spiritual connection. His unique style is immediately recognizable – a kind of luminous x-ray technique...

Cinematic Shapeshifter

Genre-defying director, cinematographer and producer Davis Guggenheim is equally at home in multiple worlds: documentary filmmaking, feature films, network television and groundbreaking cable programs. An Oscar-winner for the documentary An Inconvenient Truth, he has al...

KMD

KMD is an architectural firm originally based in San Francisco. Established in 1963, it has since built projects and won awards all over the world for its innovative design, community impact and use of energy efficient technologies inspired by a concept they call the “A...

Interview with Contemporary Designer Sami Hayek

We are all quite familiar with the idea of making products attractive for consumers through the use of slogans, brand recognition or marketing promotions. But not everyone is aware of how a chair is created, why that color, or shape, or what made the manufacturer choose...

Wizard Behind the Curtain

He grew up near his family’s Texas cattle ranch and learned to play piano at age four, but after seeing the movie Star Wars at eight years old, soundtrack composer, conductor and orchestrator Blake Neely knew he wanted to tell stories with music. After being denied acce...

Ghetto Physics

Will Arntz is known for two of his eclectic achievements: Writing a widely used piece of computer System Management software called “AutoSys”, and creating, directing and producing the revolutionary, genre-defying documentary – What the Bleep Do We Know? [WTB]. E. Raymo...

Finding the Pulse: Interview with Spiritual DJ Alex Theory

DJ -ing is not just about choosing a few tunes. It is about generating shared moods; it’s about understanding the feelings of a group of people and directing them to a better place. In the hands of a master, records become the tools for rituals of a spiritual communion ...

The Romance of Science and Art

Early in marriage we agreed that ours would be a life embracing both science and art – only not at the same time. We thought of them as lovers kept in separate rooms, ignorant of each other’s existence. That ménage changed for good, however, when we found them together ...

Sacred Geometry

Handel’s “Messiah” is very important and should not be a piece of music consecrated strictly to Christianity because that is not what it was meant to be. Handel was involved in the greatest secret societies on the face of the earth that propagated consciousness and ener...

Is James Cameron Really a Visionary?

Rebecca Keegan spent seven years covering breaking news stories like 9/11, Osama bin Laden, and sex-abuse within the Catholic Church for TIME Magazine before she built professional credibility with intimate profiles of entertainment A-listers Francis Ford Coppola, Rober...

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