“And as we let our own light shine we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same.” ~ Marianne Williamson Over the past few months, I have been unable […]
This week, we had a beautiful conversation with the talented photographer and writer, Sarah E. Rosenberg.
Engaging in the creative process and utilizing our gifts for personal satisfaction or professional gains is what matters most (and the best is when there’s the intersection of both).
I’ve long called my writing genre “stay-at-home yogi.” This isn’t to say that I don’t enjoy sharing random musings, or writing for various media outlets where I find that […]
Van Gogh never made it out alive: his brush strokes of radiance consumed by us, now, were brush strokes he kept sweeping across the canvas and he’ll never […]
“Very often people don’t listen to you when you speak to them. It’s only when you talk to yourself that they prick up their ears.” ~ John Ashbery
This week we love the writing masters.
We take it all in, we deliver the goods, and we cherish each word and grit of heart for decades to come.
Because truly great art is not made for the world. It’s made because one human heart nurtured an idea, and let it grow and grow, until it finally had no choice but to be birthed.
It was only 20 minutes, but it was 20 minutes that may have changed the course of my day.
JG: Thank you so much Toko-pa for taking the time to chat with me. I’ve always been fascinated with Jungian psychology and dreamwork, so coming across your Facebook page […]
What I do: I am a map making pilgrim and a writer. A living room dancer and an activist. A baker of pies and a lover of learning. A […]