A word to the wise (at least those wise among you who are living with artists): Try to be encouraging. Continue reading Crois Tu En Moi
Our hearts go out to the victims (and their loved ones) of last night’s terror attacks in Paris. To add to the pain, a former American CIA officer is blaming the attacks on Islamic ideology and exhorting the powers that … Continue reading PARIS: Pause and Reflect
““If you have a golf-ball-sized consciousness, when you read a book, you’ll have a golf-ball-sized understanding; when you look out a window, a golf-ball-sized awareness, when you wake up in the morning, a golf-ball-sized wakefulness . . .” ~ David Lynch Continue reading David Lynch on Consciousness, Creativity, and the Brain
When we’re able to examine the historical contexts of myths we can see that the myth may not have been a product of wishful thinking, anthropomorphising, or a child’s question. Rather it may have emerged from a profound need to … Continue reading MYTH: A RESPONSE TO EXTRAORDINARY LOSS?