Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Joan Dye Gussow is a professor, author, gardener, environmentalist, and food policy expert. Insight to a journey of environmental history and change.
by Pamela Muller
My personal experience with dreams as a self-healing tool is what has drawn me to my calling as a dream interpreter. My dreams helped me navigate through a very difficult five year period in my life. During that journey, I was lost. I lost faith in God and had no one to turn to. In my isolation, I began to pay attention to my dreams because that world seemed so distant from the nightmare of my waking life...
by Jeff Kagan
I'll bet I'm the only person to thru hike the Colorado Trail with a curly wig, a sailor’s hat and a bag of animal stickers. On July 23rd, 2008 I leave Denver, Colorado on a 53-day journey through the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Of course I have my basic camping essentials including a ceramic water filter, a down sleeping bag and 3-season tent. But in addition I pack my teaching essentials: “Love Vision” goggles, a fuzzy Bobcat hat, 60 Colorado animal necklaces and, most importantly, my backpacker’s guitar.
by Jeffrey Marks
How do you receive the information from spirit? This has been a recurring question over the years from those who have had private readings or watched mediumship being demonstrated on a public platform...
Editor's Note from Lisa Pheonix: This is a wonderful article by Jeffrey Marks that explores in depth how we communicate with Spirit. He takes on a journey through the entire process. Mediumship is so fascinating and I never get tired of learning about Spirit and energy - enjoy.
Intuition & Symbols
Editor´s Note from Karen Adler: Sile Molloy is a fellow Transpersonal Art Therapist here in Australia. I met Sile last year when she very kindly offered to help me with the orgainisation of a film festival during Mental Health Month. Sile's motivation for becoming an art therapist was running art classes for children and recognising that their work together could be used to help children deal with difficulties in their lives and help with their ongoing wellbeing. This youtube clip is a beautiful piece of visual storytelling which outlines Sile's journey to becoming an art therapist.
Arts & Art Therapy
by Sharode Penny
There is so much change and excitement in the air. Can you feel it? Have you noticed shifts in your way of thinking? The pull towards different interests, a change in habits, they way you think and feel? Inspiration to step up your exercise regime?...
Editor's Note from Sophia Hansen: As we ascend and increase our vibrations here on Earth, Sharode Penny gives us some helpful guidelines for staying grounded and staying in tune with ourselves as we go through this ever-evolving process. Using Sharode's step by step process will help you remain steadfast and connected as you journey forward in life.
Intuition & Symbols
by Ryan Hurd
Big Dreams are usually discussed in the popular media as dreams we remember for the rest of our lives. These could include emotionally intense dreams, powerful dream journeys, and visitation dreams.
However, the "dreams we remember for the rest of our life" are not the Big Dreams that contemporary dream researchers have demarked, but rather a watered down "catch-all" category that is based on the dreaming public's perceived importance of particular dreams, rather than a set of features and characteristics unique to the experiences themselves...
by Karen Adler, ATH Asst. Editor of Arts & Art Therapy,
Diploma Transpersonal Art Therapy, Grad Dip Material Anthropology
“[God] is before all else the Great Creator, the Great Artist. Art is perhaps the most godlike of human activities. For out of the apparent chaos of life the artist evolves order, symmetry, grace, movement, as out of the void God evolved the worlds spinning rhythmically in space.’’
Editor's Note from Karen Adler: I have a great deal of admiration and respect for people who have survived addictions and mental illness and embarked upon their recovery journey. STIGMA is an Ohio-based multimedia exhibition designed to challenge the misconceptions of mental health and substance abuse disorders and features works by artists from around the world, myself included. I heard about the exhibition last year via a Facebook group called Sydney Recovery. I approached the exhibition orgainiser, Kyle Schalow, about writing an introduction for the exhibition catalogue from the perspective of both an art therapist and a curator. This piece of writing is the result.
Arts & Art Therapy
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