Tune of the Day for Saturday 25 January 2020: World in Harmony by Fleetwood Mac —

When you are in tune as a whole – mind, body and soul – the world around you also starts to harmonise as each and every other being is then able to attune or find their groove. Fleetwood Mac’s World in Harmony is an instrumental example of how while rhythm changes, harmony is the balancer. […] via Tune of the Day for Saturday 25 January 2020: … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Saturday 25 January 2020: World in Harmony by Fleetwood Mac —

“Mythical Creaturologist” Iman Joy El Shami-Mader creates an illustrated bestiary of magickal and mystical beings known to the world

Magickal and mystical beings are a vast and varied crew, and tribes around the world have preserved their awareness of these beings through stories and graphical representations over centuries. Artist Iman Joy El Shami-Mader has called on that wisdom asking people from around the world to share their awareness of magickal and mystical beings so she can add them to her illustrated bestiary – drawing … Continue reading “Mythical Creaturologist” Iman Joy El Shami-Mader creates an illustrated bestiary of magickal and mystical beings known to the world

Tune of the Day for Friday 24 January 2020: Peace by Norah Jones —

Peace is a very attainable way of being, but first we must learn to let go of the need to control our lives – the very thing that disrupts the peace. True peace comes from handing over complete control of the reigns to your higher self. As Norah Jones sings on Peace: “When you find […] via Tune of the Day for Friday 24 January 2020: … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Friday 24 January 2020: Peace by Norah Jones —

Denilson Baniwa: Indigenous artist fusing native references with non-native to communicate the thinking and struggle of his people in Brazil

Visual artist Denilson Baniwa is using art to communicate the thinking and struggle of indigenous people in Brazil and around the world today by mixing traditional and contemporary indigenous references with western, non-indigenous references throughout his artworks. Denilson Baniwa of the Baniwa indigenous people uses canvas, installations, digital media and performances to highlight the experience of being indigenous in present times. A native of the … Continue reading Denilson Baniwa: Indigenous artist fusing native references with non-native to communicate the thinking and struggle of his people in Brazil

Tune of the Day for Thursday 23 January 2020: Home Cooking by Tony Allen —

What you eat and put in your body today affects your body now, tomorrow and in the future. Home Cooking from legendary Nigerian drummer Tony Allen featuring lyrics from British Nigerian rapper Ty serves as a reminder to be mindful of what you’re eating and the benefits of home cooking. But it also goes a […] via Tune of the Day for Thursday 23 January 2020: … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Thursday 23 January 2020: Home Cooking by Tony Allen —

Tune of the Day for Wednesday 22 January 2020: Trust Me by Guru ft Ndea Davenport —

Trust is key in relationships of all kinds. When the love is there, trust is like the “glue” that binds the relationship and strengthens that bond through all time. Guru’s Trust Me is a reminder to trust in love and to trust in your significant other: “So now you know the flavour, It’s not about […] via Tune of the Day for Wednesday 22 January 2020: … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Wednesday 22 January 2020: Trust Me by Guru ft Ndea Davenport —

Tune of the Day for Tuesday 21 January 2020: Be Myself by Tom Walker —

With Tuesday associated with the planet Mars and personal power, Tom Walker’s Be Myself is a fitting tune of the day with a strong message to just be you and to know that nobody outside of you has a right to change you. If someone is attempting to push their ideas, ideals, thoughts and beliefs […] via Tune of the Day for Tuesday 21 January 2020: … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Tuesday 21 January 2020: Be Myself by Tom Walker —

WOM Collective All Female Paint Jam in the Leake Street Tunnel — Inspiring City

The WOM collective, an all female group of street artists, put on their first paint jam of the year in the Leake Street Tunnel. First formed in August 2019 the collective aims to support local women artists. One of the ways of doing so is to host events such as this one. WOM collective, according… via WOM Collective All Female Paint Jam in the Leake Street … Continue reading WOM Collective All Female Paint Jam in the Leake Street Tunnel — Inspiring City

Tune of the Day for Monday 20 January 2020: Bigger Picture by Vibey —

  Some new “chillrap” coming out of North Carolina courtesy of Vibey, Bigger Picture is a reminder to look beyond what your two eyes can see and to hand over your “vision” to your higher self to show you the truth. Many times what we see on the outside is far from reality – and that […] via Tune of the Day for Monday 20 January … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Monday 20 January 2020: Bigger Picture by Vibey —

Tune of the Day for Sunday 19 January 2020: Take Your Time by The S.O.S. Band —

https://www.youtube.com/embed/_PUMKPaIHY4 Patience is a key message that has been coming up in recent weeks or years even 😉 If you are someone who rushes through life without giving a second thought as to why you’re rushing, who the heck is telling you to rush in the first place and who you’re doing the rushing with, one […] via Tune of the Day for Sunday 19 January … Continue reading Tune of the Day for Sunday 19 January 2020: Take Your Time by The S.O.S. Band —