After reading the title, you might be thinking, “Well isn’t that obvious; nothing new here”, and I would agree. But
Several weeks back, I began writing this four-part series in an attempt to describe a critical path for expanding one’s creative and spiritual growth. Over many years of personal research, my experiences taught me that creativity and spirituality are intimately interwoven. In fact, I often wonder if we are using two different words to describe the same “way of being.” This series of blogs dabbles at demystifying our human “being-ness” by outlining four foundational pillars that liberate creativity — awareness, deep-felt experience, deep collaboration and finally, this blog’s topic, creative expression.
What drew you to yoga as your spiritual practice? In my case, it had everything to do with having a
The search for truth has guided human development from our earliest origins. With the advent of CIT (communication and information
My poetry reveals much of my own critical path into and through the continuous cycle of transformation. Coming of Age
From a yoga perspective, our complex human makeup involves five layers of “being” in the world — physical, energetic, mental/emotional, spiritual and joy (my label). The more elusive layers of being human — energy and joy — are less well known and less studied in the western world of medicine and science. Nonetheless, both are just as significant as their counterparts.