Tag: Art

“Kung Fu” adventure tale teaches kids respect for Nature

• November 8, 2016 • Comments (0)
“Kung Fu” adventure tale teaches kids respect for Nature

A fun new illustrated “Kung Fu” adventure tale to encourage children to respect Nature and have fun with her gifts.

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Sound Evolution – Chloe Goodchild gives voice to the Future

• October 26, 2014 • Comments (0)
Sound Evolution - Chloe Goodchild gives voice to the Future

The Future NOW spiritual ecology conference is excited to be hosting the amazing sacred voice and sound pioneer, Chloe Goodchild, in Bristol on Saturday 8th November, giving a soul stirring presentation and performance entitled, ‘Sound Evolution: Transforming our World through the Power of Sound’. “In this time of global transformation, many of us who are […]

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AMA (Be Fond of Love)

• March 7, 2014 • Comments (0)
AMA (Be Fond of Love)

AMA (Italian for ‘Be Fond of Love’) is a musical project aimed to bring art, philosophy and a message of peace to children, performing in major European squares.  It starts in Naples, Italy – Italian artist Andrea Lucisano sings in San Domenico square a simple but fundamental message: …in this world in the end it’s […]

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In A Moment Of Time In A Moment Of Space

• March 6, 2014 • Comments (0)
In A Moment Of Time In A Moment Of Space

I think Dr. Tyson’s attempt to tackle the mysterious definition of dark matter catalyzed a journey I had taken many times before. Dr. Tyson thought that dark matter was a misnomer, but rather “dark gravity” would better serve the scientific discussion. Dark gravity caught my attention.

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The Power of Clouds – Govinda Sah Azad

• March 5, 2014 • Comments (3)
The Power of Clouds - Govinda Sah Azad

Artist evokes the spiritual power of clouds and the perils of global warming.

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Aixa Rios – Visionary Artist

• October 7, 2013 • Comments (1)
Aixa Rios – Visionary Artist

My Art work is just a spark to help us remember who we truly are and where we really came from. Once we remember this, we can all return home.

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ORIGINS – Festival of First Nations

• October 6, 2013 • Comments (0)
ORIGINS - Festival of First Nations

ORIGINS FESTIVAL, LONDON. Wednesday 23 October – Sunday 3 November For a packed twelve days from 23 October to 3 November 2013, Border Crossings brings to London some of the world’s foremost indigenous musicians, dancers and choreographers, theatre-makers, visual artists, film-makers and cooks, to perform and inform, to exhibit and explain, to debate and celebrate at […]

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Visionary Art by Roger Hitchcock

• August 8, 2013 • Comments (4)
Visionary Art by Roger Hitchcock

  My artwork is inspired by our mythic/mystical connection to the land which is a spiritual and ancient bond. Many other images comes through in visions and spiritual trance. I have been working as a psychic for over twenty years and my art is a continuation of that dimension of my life. I live in […]

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Buddhafield Festival – Fire in The Heart

• July 16, 2013 • Comments (2)
Buddhafield Festival - Fire in The Heart

(17th – 21st July 2013) One of the wonderful things about Buddhafield festival – which comes round once again from Wednesday till Sunday this week in the Blackdown Hills of Devon – is its colourful, madcap and often highly entertaining rituals. Last year’s irreverent Disco Ritual saw a surreal team of super-tall flight attendants on […]

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A Dedication to the Elements of our Earth

• July 11, 2013 • Comments (0)
A Dedication to the Elements of our Earth

By Dr. Stephan Harding For us modern people, you are merely the ‘chemical elements’. We consider you inanimate, dead, not worthy of a point of view. We’ve never given you thanks. Who cares about lifeless rock and air? But an ancient awareness stirs and grows in the face of the global crisis – that you […]

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