This late September finds us exploring the seasonal transition to autumn in the newest LAUREL Monthly Soundlust - “Morphosis”, an edition that celebrates inner and outer transformation, and invites you to embrace change, while focusing towards a more balanced and clear path.
With the immensity of 2020 flipping its pages to the end, we look at how we managed to hold space for being, for living and for feeling during such a challenging period of our modern times.
The world has turned so unequivocally upside down, that a crescent sense of desperation kept sneaking its way into people’s hearts. As much as I have fought against it, in the end it got to me too, in the form of many strong emotions, ranging from sadness, to fury, to anxiety, to hope, to optimism and energy to move mountains. Here is a personal take on mental health during the world's difficult times and its effects on creativity, inspiration and overall energy.
A life in balance, that’s aligned to the present and to an inner purpose, is a better, more astute expression of happiness, with everything that may involve.
Conversations with Cami are mind-crafting, heart-warming, soul-searching, life-inspiring. She's always been a learner, even after she became a teacher. As she relates in the rows below, in teaching others, we teach ourselves, exposing us to a very simple, yet deeply conscious truth.
Personal take on self-exploration, trying to find answers to my own questions, about my world, about myself, about myself in this world, about the meaning of this and that, about love, about freedom.
Every single person on this earth, no matter what social or economic or geographic background they come from, has the potential to become an active creative person, through their very own senses. Each one of us has the ability to feel this world in a unique way and that, I believe, is the very essence of creativity.