Artemis

Artemis

Artemis was worshipped by the Greeks primarily as the goddess of hunting, forests, and the moon, though she was also viewed as a patron saint of women and children as well. She kept an eye on all roads and their wanderers, as well as all water bodies and ships....
Pandoras Box

Pandoras Box

Pandora is a beautiful woman made of clay, created by Hephaistos, the god of fire. Pandora is a beautiful and very curious young woman. Hephaistos was given this special assignment of creation as a punishment for Prometheus’ theft of fire, which made fire...
How Many Are We?

How Many Are We?

Given the assumption that a person’s identity consists of multiple personality components, wouldn’t it be fascinating to explore these nuances in depth? But how do we become motivated to do this? Are there situations that can inspire us to try to gain a...
Isn’t it all a matter of perspective?

Isn’t it all a matter of perspective?

Change of Perspective Having recently discovered a colored pencil drawing I did in 1985, I can recall it as the first time my creative work explored perceptional shifts and the influences of my family of origin. When I created the drawing, I called it “Within...
What makes the invisible visible

What makes the invisible visible

During my studies at Hayward State University, I was introduced to Authentic Movement, a specific form of dance therapy, by one of my professors, Neala Haze. A remarkable aspect of this movement form is that it does not follow a structured movement pattern, but uses...