“MahaShivRatri” – or The Story of Kundalini – The dance of creation had sent out ripples across the new universe. Forming the dense atmosphere, tectonic forces ardently sculpt the myriad earthly forms. The sun is born and has taken to it’s elliptical path, the energy which moves it, is everywhere now. What would become ofContinue reading “The Story of Kundalini”
Book Review on Art and Fear, originally written by Lea Ryan, author of several books and stories, including the bestselling novella, What the Dead Fear.
The following words of advice are a collection of life lessons learned by C E Hoffman, author of Sluts and Whores. Except, Hoffman has a specific person in mind that she shares these life-hacks for – her daughter. Take heed parents!
Some people think it’s hearsay that marijuana makes you more creative. But a quick look at the history of literature, music, and philosophy would suggest otherwise.
Out To Burn Your Books! Even The Digital Ones.
The Most Difficult Book to Finish by Teresa Decker
With the international spotlight on the Ukrainian crisis, we are doing our part to highlight the arts produced by the former Soviet country.
Intro Whilst perusing the interwebs, we came across this wonderfully creative intersection of culture, perspective, and philosophy. Megan Willome, author of The Joy of Poetry: How to Keep, Save & Make Your Life With Poems, shares with us her thoughts on Rumi and Mac Miller. Wait, but why those two? A Ritual to Read to EachContinue reading “Mac Miller and Rumi Make a Ritual To Read to Each Other, by Megan Willome”