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Truth About Sacred Knowledge in Art

Various works of art leading up to the Renaissance period in Europe tell a story of persecution that is carefully preserved on canvas through form and light-and-shadow. A careful examination of these works makes it clear that the artists who created them had an importan...

Spirituality in Jazz

Saxophonist David Liebman emerged into prominence during the 1960’s playing with legendary jazz greats Elvin Jones and later, Miles Davis. His career spans four decades and includes over 230 recordings as leader or sideman, more than 200 original compositions, continued...

Hape Kerkeling’s Spiritual Pilgrimage

Hape Kerkeling is one of Germany’s most beloved comedic actors and has been entertaining with his well-developed cadre of amusing characters since his teens. Starting out in radio, he featured alter egos such as Hannilein, a precocious child who comments on the world of...

Simple Designs Make A Difference

Within the various form of creative and artistic expressions, design is probably the one that has the greatest interrelation with our everyday lives and therefore the greatest potential to change our world. What we wear, what we use, what we drive or where we live have ...

The Face and Spirit of Nature Revealed

The critical balance and health of our planet, and how our lifestyles, economics, and religious views towards nature have contributed to the problem, have been the topic of much debate and news headlines in recent years. The relevance and urgency of climate change becam...

How Music Connects People

American entertainers have a tradition of visiting war zones, from Bob Hope’s USO tours during World War II to Stephen Colbert’s recent visit to Iraq. They are usually heavily protected by military escorts and relegated to the safest sections of whatever city they’re oc...

Between Light and Shade

Kuiz López Kalkoatl refers to himself as a man of tradition, yet his life is nothing close to what we usually consider traditional. Since his early childhood it was clear that Kuiz’s destiny was not an ordinary one, a fact which created many hardships and confrontations...

SuperNatural Creator

An artist can be a scientist when it comes down to building the blocks of a new reality through a canvas, where colors and textures act as the bond of subatomic particles. Life is a gigantic piece of fabric, where we display our thoughts and create, moment by moment. Al...

Is it possible to live your life not bound to anything?

Embrace nothing. If you meet the Buddha, kill the Buddha … Only live your life as it is, not bound to anything.” Linji — 9th century founder of the school of Chan Buddhism Is it possible to live your life not bound to anything? What about your kids, your family? Ok, may...

Gravity Glue, the Art of Rock Balancing

Michael Grab fell in love with the art of Rock Balancing, a mind-bending discipline in its core. The simplicity of his approach to this discipline has brought him many valuable and meaningful adventures and experiences, inspiring contemplations of detachment, beauty and...

A Gateway to the Art of Higher Dimensions and Synchronicity

A few years ago, while I was writing Active Consciousness, I was talking to an acquaintance about higher dimensional space and how I believed human awareness could transcend the boundaries of our three-dimensional physical bodies. He immediately said, “You’v...

You Are What You Listen To!

Music makes you feel – it interacts with your emotions. Everyone has snapped their fingers to a lively beat, and relaxed to the soothing sound of the ocean. We all experience sound waves interacting with our emotions. Sound waves don’t isolate our emotions and ignore al...

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