The idea that the multiverse is more akin to an art project than a science experiment (or an art experiment, if you’re so inclined) is one of those Occult themes that typically gets dismissed by both overly scientific and religious types alike, even though it quite inarguably resonates now more than ever. One of the...Read...
I Origins Film Review & Interview w/ Director Mike Cahill: Notes on Spiritual Subjectivity and Artistic Magnetism
An I Origins film review and interview with director Mike Cahill, intertwined with personal anecdotes and musings on past lives, coincidence, and the ability of art to attract like-minded individuals across distances.
While the decommissioning of NASA's space program seems to be an outward indicator of a global lack of interest in the great beyond, one can always look to the arts to realize that the human fascination in space and sci-fi are as strong as they've ever been, if not stronger. This is perhaps most obvious...
"Writing feels like it comes from a separate part of the brain than where imagery generates from, so when I'm having trouble on a painting, I can turn to the writing to think about things from a different angle." -- Rob Sato
"As a performer, I try to find that balance between losing myself in the music and being completely self-aware. It’s during these moments where I can experience a deeper quality of sound." - Jon Porras
"There is a certain freedom and release associated with this transformational and transcendent state. That release from the boredom and restraints of life can be incredibly uplifting." -- Matt Scharenbroich
"I like that ['Fall Into Light' is] left open for interpretation. Maybe it means opening opening up yourself enough to see your true self." - Beca
"If we really open our eyes, we’ll notice poverty cycles, human trafficking, boredom, anger, forgotten humans... etc.... all around us. I’m not saying that’s all there is to life, and that’s why I usually contrast the dark side with something light..." -- Chelsea Wolfe
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