Right now more than a dozen of our designers, your community members who make clothes and sell them at festival, are in Bali together….where they have a shared studio and work closely with families of tailors who make your clothes. The tailors are well paid, loved and cared for, and they’ve all been together for more than a decade….some even two. This is what you support when you buy from your own community….and what better time than for gift giving. Everything is hand made, is high quality, is eco-responsible and made for YOU with LOVE.
Dearest Juicy Outrageous Super Kali Fractalistic Loving Lights In My Life…..Thank You for giving me a world full of fun and frolick and love and laughter. Thank you for giving me the BEST LIFE EVER! I am so awed by you – by the Amazing Creativity you bring to the table, by the Open Hearts you share abundantly, by the Heartfelt Vision you strive to live by & to build for others, and for the Passion you bring to everything you do.
Thank YOU! You are amazing! It is a blessing, a joy and an honor to share this journey with you!
photo by Daniel Zetterstrom
Unifier Festival is coming up soon, in Western Mass. Its a deeper, more intentional gathering than most and one you won’t want to miss. Founder Jason Cohen has an exciting story to tell, and one you will want to be part of…I spoke with him on May 22, 2016. [Read full coverage & photos of the festival here]
Saphir – Hi Jason, tell me a little about your own history, that led you to establish Unifier.
Jason – Well, I’m a musician foremost and I was always fascinated with improvisational music that gave me the ability to check out of my head and go into a flowing trance state on the piano. That’s where I started to find my unique voice as a musician. Then I began to have a romantic connection to the accordion before I ever played it. Something about being able to play outdoors, I was a little envious of guitar players that could play around fires or out in the woods and eventually I picked up an accordion and started playing trance music. [Read more…]
Featuring some of the great leadership in our Lucid community – David Casey, Wesley Wolfbear Pinkham, Julian Reyes and our songstress Hannah Conklin …..myself being the little people in the pic….Love you peoples and all you do!
BLACK ROCK CITY, Nev., Sept. 6 (UPI) — Actress Susan Sarandon brought some of the late writer Timothy Leary‘s ashes to the Burning Man art and music festival in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert this weekend.
Leary, who died in 1996 at the age of 75 after a battle with prostate cancer, was memorialized following a procession and ceremonial burning of his ashes, USA Today reported Sunday.
Sarandon, 68, was one of several people who received some of Leary’s ashes when he died. Most of his remains were launched into outer space in 1997, but Sarandon said she kept some.
“When I went to Burning Man last time, that’s when I thought I’d bring him back here,” Sarandon revealed.
IMAGE and Leary Bio: image from http://podcast.stress.fm/post/82617689848/leote-rec-47-timothy-leary-timothy-francis