Yugen Blakrok

Three minute epiphany https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p0727fg2 “Fire is the story that has to be told time and time again.” “One of the lessons I have learnt from music is to Respect time, and in other ways to disregard it. Everything has its own time and place. These things also have their own movements and patterns and you Read more about Yugen Blakrok[…]

Amaterasu

“Shines from heaven” Amaterasu Ômikami is one of the chief deities in Japanese mythology. The Sun Goddess, she is considered the divine ancestor of the Imperial line, and of many of the other key members of the Shinto pantheon. The chief deity enshrined at Ise Shrine, Amaterasu Ômikami was the daughter of Izanagi and Izanami, as well as the older sister Read more about Amaterasu[…]

Moon and Night

Let’s go on our journey. night travellers. Into the dark womb of silent stillness. the holding space. centre of mystery and sorcery. sanctuary of truth and secrecy. Explanding out into eternity. blending into infinity. boundless. I float suspended. A moon mothflutters through the darkness. feeding on the cool flowers of the night. The air vibrating Read more about Moon and Night[…]

Where I come from……

I come from the stars, I come from a Mars. travelling through space and time. towing the line. walking out of line Leading a wonky dance Eat you heart out Max Wall. Don’t follow me!!!But Then maybe do follow me. You hear wordsof voices long stifledand you find your camel. The one you didn’t know Read more about Where I come from……[…]

Creating time – Chronos and Kairos

Kronos & Kairos: Linear and Numinous Time Concepts Kronos devours us with remorseless certainty. Kairos is creative and serendipitous. Excerpted from Creating Time by Marney Makridakis | Updated November 8, 2018 THERE IS AN interesting historical context for a subjective perception of time that can help prepare the way for the conceptual journey of creating time. The ancient Greeks had Read more about Creating time – Chronos and Kairos[…]

Magic, Words from the edge

http://sallypommeclayton.com/ Brancusi The kiss The Kiss (Brâncuși sculpture) The Kiss (in Romanian: Sărutul /səruːtul/) is a sculpture by Romanian Modernist sculptor Constantin Brâncuși. It is an early example of his proto-cubist style of non-literal representation.  This early plaster sculpture is one of six casts that Brancusi made of the 1907–08 The Kiss. Versions The original stone carving is in the Muzeul de Arta at Craiova, Romania. Brâncuși created Read more about Magic, Words from the edge[…]

Union

BBC Radio 4 Something understood https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/b091s7pv In Radio 4’s Something Understood episode on the Divine feminine, Remona Aly states, ‘Only together can both men and women bring balance, justice and understanding of the divine universal messages.’ She quotes Camille Helminsky in her book, Women in Sufism, says,“Women and men need to stand together in the Read more about Union[…]