Each year the solstice moment reflects a similar archetype, but 2016 wasn’t any “normal” year.
This week on Souldish check out RS contributor Adam Elenbaas’s discussion about his newly released book, Fishers of Men: The Gospel of An Ayahuasca Vision Quest, CoSM’s Honoring the Divine Feminine and the Visionary Tattoo Arts Festival in Asbury Park, NJ.
Talks this week in Sebastapol and San Francisco with Daniel Pinchbeck and Jamie Janover, on Nassim Haramein's unified field theory, 2012, and so much more.
2012 Sneak Peek, Outer Space, DJ Rekha, Oracle of Tarot, Culture Clash, Edible Plants, Mukhtar Exhibit, and Last Church are all happening this week.
Yoga has been used to describe everything from the
physical asana practice to bread,
tea, clothing, and spa services. While there are many ways to dissect and explore
this aged philosophical system, we will focus on the yoga of
knowledge — otherwise known as the art of discrimination. Atheism is, believe it or not,
rooted in a similar soil.
Saul Williams teams up with Trent Reznor for the release of The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust.
We need your help as an extra set of eyes and ears. Unattended bags? Suspicious behavior? Take notice of people in bulky or inappropriate clothing. Report anyone tampering with video cameras or entering unauthorized areas. If you see something, say something.
In this third of a series of interviews about creative people using social networking to reach an audience, Tamra Lucid talks to Tiffany Scandal, editor of the feminist essay collection “Nasty!” and Tara Dublin, contributing writer to “Nasty!”, about the vicious cyber backlash they received, and how they found empowerment in rising above it.
What the current pipeline dispute in North Dakota is really all about is how we, as the human family, wish to live in the twenty-first century. Two very different philosophies and lifeways are at issue, one deeply connected to spirit and the sacred beauty of Mother Earth, the other utterly disconnected, regarding the material realm as nothing more than an economic resource.