In today’s world that is spellbound to the seductive wonders of technology and industry, the modern medicine woman casts her own spell. Hers is a spell that leads the suffering out of despair.
For years, journalist and author Dani Katz has been fascinated with the vibrational frequencies that words possess, and how they program the subconscious mind. Her book “The New P. Handbook Vol. 1: Little Languaging Hacks for Big Change” unpacks the subtle (and some not so subtle) ways our communication, patterns inform our perception.
Powerhouse duo Marya Stark and Carmen Crow combine forces as Scarlet Crow to bring their unique musical medicine to the stage and community. Keyframe caught up with Marya and Carmen to discuss their new album “Remembrance,” women empowerment, mythic influences, the role of divine feminine in their work, and their upcoming projects.
The notoriety of DMT as a perilously mad trip was amplified in The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test, as author Tom Wolfe related an episode where one of Ken Kesey’s Merry Pranksters was administered DMT at Timothy Leary’s expansive new digs in Millbrook, New York. It was the summer of 1964.
I am interested in formulating a tough-minded, intellectually defensible, and useful distillation of New Thought ideas. But make no mistake: I am not interested in intellectualizing New Thought. I am interested in using it. And, if I’m able, in helping my neighbor to do the same.