An Interview with Mary Tinucci
Mary Tinucci has written in a journal since age 13. She knows from the inside out that writing saved her life. Mary didn’t know anything about poetry before 1998 when she wrote a spontaneous poem in her journal. The first poem was followed by others and she soon started going to spoken word gatherings to share her stories and to hear the experience of others. As a social worker Mary recognized that spoken word poetry was the poetry of marginalization and the poetry of the kids she met in the St. Paul Public School system...
Writing & Poetry Therapy
Editor's Note from Karen Adler: A video by Mia BloomBecker. 'The field of Art Therapy is growing, but many people still don't know what it entails. This is a film I made for my Film, Culture and Society class. The interviews are with Shaun McNiff, the Dean at Lesley University and Art Therapy expert, and my friends Jen Malloy and Maddie Dickerson. This was one of my favorite experiences I've ever had, and I hope the video is thought-provoking.'
Arts & Art Therapy
Editor's Note from David Arenson: Inspiring realist, teacher and motivator, Tony Robbins talks about the key issues and challenges many of us are facing in our lives. Robbins discusses navigating through life's seasons. A reasonable, wise and intelligent interview.
by Hayley Rose Horzepa
After watching one too many Good Morning America interviews, my mother came to the conclusion “Hayley, you’re just like Taylor Swift.” Outright sounded like a compliment as Taylor Swift is pretty, talented and rich, but it wasn’t. She meant that I was just like Taylor Swift in the sense that I too keep getting my heart broken and dumped by guys...
Editor's Note from Sherri Carter: Hayley writes about dating, relationships and how the heart chakra is key.
by Tara Kipnees
As the daughter of Bulgarian immigrants who came to this country to escape communism, Tara Kipnees was taught to cherish freedom of thought and creative outlets at a very young age. In high school, she traveled to China to teach English at a secondary school, where she was astonished to witness the degree to which the government stifled expression and its impact on the students...
Editor's Note from Barbara Lazarony: The time has finally come, Voices in Space is the easy way to share your short stories and poetry on the web and receive feedback from others; it's like being in a virtual writing group.
Writing & Poetry Therapy
Editor's Note from Christina Seluzicki: In this interview, longtime yoga practitioner Amy Weintraub speaks about her experience with depression and the role that her yoga practices have played in her finding and maintaining health. She has a book out called Yoga for Depression.
Editor's Note from Carol Lawrence and Stacy Toten: Conscious parenting is much different than traditional parenting. For those of you who wish to explore this route this would be the interview for you. It touches upon the traditional fear based and control tactics of parenting vs the liberating conscious parenting techniques. Instead of coming at parenting from an authoritarian point of view it's more about putting the relationship between child and parent first. It's about being mindful and present with your parenting so you can meet their emotional needs.
Family & Parenting
Interviewed by Allysyn Kiplinger
Here’s a great example of one woman’s artistic expression of the new cosmology. I first met Betty-Ann at a retreat about the new cosmology with Dr. Brian Swimme in California in 1999. Her playful wit and intense curiosity about the nature of the universe are beautifully presented in her new book called “Great Ball of Fire! A Poetic Telling of the Universe Story” (Mearth Press, 2010). I was recently able to speak with her about this newly published epic poem, as well as inquire about her inspiration and her thoughts about cosmology...
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