March – May 2005
Articles in this Magazine
CREATING THE STORY OF TOMORROW
by Charles Johnston
The future is in our hands, says psychiatrist, artist, and futurist Charles Johnston. And creativity will determine what it looks like.
CREATIVITY BEGINS IN THE WOMB
by Richard Heinberg
By acknowledging that the unborn child is much more aware than we’d ever imagined, contemporary researchers are discovering what many ancient and indigenous cultures have always known.
NURTURING THE POSSIBLE
by Wendy Anne McCarty
The emerging field of prenatal and perinatal psychology (PPN) is revolutionizing our understanding of prenatal life, birth and bonding, and infancy.
BECOMING CONSCIOUSLY VIBRALINGUAL
by Rachel Bagby
The five elements of collective experience—breath, intention, tone, rhythm, and repetition—open us to the nuanced flutterings at the doors of the possible.
PARADOX, BREAKTHROUGH, AND THE ZEN KOAN
by John Tarrant
The Japanese koan embraces the unknown and makes an ally of doubt, leaving the conditioned mind behind.
DREAMING MIND AND CREATIVE MIND
by Fariba Bogzaran
The symbolism of dreams can awaken us to our creative potential.
THE SPACIOUS CENTER
by Aftab Omer
Using creative ritual, successful leaders such as Mohandas Gandhi build bridges between a culture’s core and its periphery, and in the process ignite renewal.
JOHN MACK – A TRIBUTE
by Michael H. Cohen
Known primarily for his studies of the abductee/UFO experience, John Mack will be deeply missed.
CLASSICS IN CREATIVITY
by Willis Harman, Howard Rheingold, and Rollo May
The reflections of these consciousness pioneers on creativity have no less relevance now than they did a generation ago.