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The Artist as Healer of the World

Art-making is a sacred act. Art attains its greatest numinosity and ability to affect others when the creator of the work of art is being transformed by the act of creating. One can mimic sacred art for a living (many people get paid for this) but this is mere forgery. There is a world of difference between copying, imitating, and aping sacred art, and living our own creative experience. When we live creatively, guided by our daemon, our life itself becomes a living work of art.

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Gender Evolution

[Gender Evolution] • How I moved from "gender-confused" to "gender-playful," and how a strictly binary language of gender can distort more than it clarifies. Share your own experiences with subverting gender in the comments.

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History Lessons with His Holiness: The Story of Tibet

Journalist Thomas Laird spent three years in Dharamsala with the Dalai Lama, interviewing him – and arguing with him – about the vast span of Tibetan history. The book that emerged from their conversations, The Story of Tibet: Conversations with the Dalai Lama is at once intimate and far-ranging, a unique combination of oral history and journalistic mission.


Making Love, Divinity-Style

If you could make love, have sweaty sublime sex, get down and dirty with any past spiritual teacher, deity, angel, god or goddess in the entire universe, who would it be and why?

The Sylvapolitan

[Sylvapolitan Rising] • PhD herbalist and spiritual ecologist Morgan Brent shares visionary knowledge received from plant teachers in this new RS podcast series. (Click on attachments for podcast)

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What Men Want: An Interview with Laura Mccullough

In this interview Laura Mccullough shares her poetry and speaks about gender evolution, the importance of poetry, the issue of gender appropriation in art and her new collection of poems entitled: "What Men Want."


Magickal Healing: Talking with Kala Trobe

The award-winning author and metaphysician reflects upon feminism, New Orleans, Hinduism and how her esoteric concerns have fed her professional life as a novelist, non-fiction writer, and Tarot reader.

Canaries in The Coal Mine?

Since last fall, swarms of honeybees have mysteriously disappeared in a global epidemic. Bird deaths are also on the rise, with unusual die-offs appearing across the planet. In both cases, scientists are struggling to find answers. Is Mother Nature trying to tell us something?

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If You See Something, Say Something

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.

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