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Nuggets From Milan Rai's Call

Jun 18, 2018, 2 comments, 9 smiles Last Saturday, we had the privilege of hosting Awakin Call with Milan Rai. Milan Rai is a self-taught Nepalese contemporary visual artist whose work is grounded in a personal response to the world around him. A moment of serendipity set him on his path. Inspired by a butterfly that alighted on his paintbrush in the middle of a challenging project in 2013, Milan began cutting out simple white butterfly shapes from paper and thoughtfully arranging and affixing them to trees, bridge pillars, walls, and dilapidated buildings in his hometown of Kathmandu -- aiming to make art accessible to everyone and not to limit it within the walls of galleries. His signature work, the White Butterfly, has invited interaction in more than 40 different countries across the globe. “What truly inspires me is the unfathomable depth of creative resurrection and metamorphosis that human beings are capable of...My handmade cutouts of white butterflies ... Read Full Story

Milan Rai: The Butterfly Effect Of Art

Jun 13, 2018, 2 smiles This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Milan Rai: The Butterfly Effect Of ArtReflection questions: A butterfly landing on his paintbrush changed the trajectory of our guest's life. Have you ever experienced a moment of serendipity or inexplicable beauty that has left a special impact on your own heart and mind? How does your creative spirit express itself in the world?

Roger Walsh: From Altered States To Altered Traits

Apr 18, 2018, 1 smiles This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Roger Walsh: From Altered States To Altered TraitsReflection questions: Have you experienced insights or states of being in the course of your inner work that have been more than passing glimmers of illumination and that have reconfigured the way you experience the world within and without? Share your experience here.

Brenda Salgado: Toward An Earth-Based Feminine

Apr 11, 2018, 1 comments, 3 smiles This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Brenda Salgado: Toward An Earth-Based Feminine ConsciousnessReflection questions: Our guest this week believes we are shifting from an eagle way of being – masculine, mind-centered, industrial – to one of the condor – feminine, heart-centered, intuitive, earth-connected. For 500 years since the 1490s, the eagle way of life has dominated, but according to prophecy, the year 1990 marked the gradual turning over to the way of the condor, holding promise of a return to earth-based wisdom. Are you seeing such a shift manifesting in your life and world?

Anne Veh & Rajesh Krishnan: When Animals Are Our

Mar 21, 2018, 9 smiles This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Anne Veh & Rajesh Krishnan: When Animals Are Our HealersReflection questions: Can you recall a time when an animal or other non-human living being has served as a healer for you or for children in your life? What was the nature of the offering, and does that experience offer any relevant perspectives on how we may assist our fellow humans in healing from trauma?

Fritjof Capra: From Tao Of Physics To Systems View Of

Feb 28, 2018 This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Fritjof Capra: From Tao Of Physics To Systems View Of LifeReflection questions: Our guest this week has been at the forefront of efforts to bring new scientific and natural understandings to bear on social and cultural paradigms and systems. At a micro level, how does time in your nature affect your understanding of your place in the world and your relationships with other living beings?

Dr. Manulani Aluli Meyer: Healing Through Indigenous

Dec 13, 2017, 3 smiles This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Dr. Manulani Aluli Meyer: Healing Through Indigenous WisdomReflection questions: This week's guest is a practitioner of Kapu Aloha--sacred love--that "places a discipline of compassion on all to express aloha for those involved, especially those who are perceived to be polar to our cause." What practices do you have to cultivate compassion for difficult others?

Two Trees (Kaylynn Sullivan): The Practice Of Living

Oct 25, 2017, 4 smiles This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Two Trees (Kaylynn Sullivan): The Practice Of LivingReflection questions: Our guest this week finds "the greatest access to the creative impulse in the tension of the crossroads where cultures, ideas and beliefs intersect and sometimes collide. I find that to be a source of generative tension for me." Where do you find your greatest access to the generative, creative impulse?

Jeffrey Mishlove: The Flowers And Roots Of

Sep 27, 2017, 2 smiles This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Jeffrey Mishlove: The Flowers And Roots Of ConsciousnessReflection questions: Our guest this week believes that while we each have psychic potential, we should avoid seeking only the "flowers of consciousness" -- such as telepathy, clairvoyance, and other potential powers seemingly latent within us -- which may provide moments of pleasure and delight, but wilt and die. Instead, we should seek out the flowers' roots in the essential core of our existence. What are your experiences with the flowers as well as roots of consciousness?

Silas Hagerty: Film-making And Gifting For

Sep 07, 2017 This week's Awakin Call guest: 'Silas Hagerty: Film-making And Gifting For TransformationReflection questions: Our guest this week is a filmmaker who, in operating in a gift ecology, has discovered that “when you’re on the right path everything lines up and starts opening,” and that “when you’re patient the people who are really called to be a part of it have a way of appearing.” What are some times in your life when the right people showed up and the path cleared to support your labor of love?