Tuesday, August 23, 2011

A Heart Consciousness Note ~♥~ To The Co~Creators Here

A very special ♥Heart Consciousness Note:
To the Co-Creators Here~

I honor you for your appreciation and your loving creative support.
Merci! for your enthusiasm and your resonance in this moment. Thank you.

And I celebrate all those that have chosen another dance and new adventures....
I wish you a joyous joyous living and fruitful experience.

with love always.
Margo Renay Sullivan~♥~

I'll Meet You There {and here} ~♥~ Owl City Live

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This is how I feel in this moment. My call to my Presence.
~margo renay

Monday, August 15, 2011

Beyond 2012 in a Nutshell ~ written by Nicky Hamid

Beyond 2012 in a Nutshell

What happens after 2012?

Look in through into the Stargate.

What do you see?

What in that time/space do you desire to see?

What do you want to experience?

How far can you expand your imagination, your dreams, your highest vision?

You choose, it is that simple, you are that powerful.

What do you do in the meantime to prepare?

You shine, you experience growth in the continuity of your shining.

You take the fullness of your shining totally unabashed. Unafraid to express it to anyone in any situation and at any time.

You become totally exposed without any need to justify yourself to anyone.

In your Shining, Being,……… and in your Being, Shining.

And in shining there may be a lot to do and say or there may be very little, but shine you will for that is the reality appearance of the Presence that you are.

I Love You

By: Nicky Hamid.

Source: http://www.angelsawakening.com/book.php

Saturday, August 13, 2011

Elisabeth Beucher ~ A Sovereign Being Expression ~ 'flow'

 Elisabeth Beucher
♥ would like to share a little written piece i created recently. enjoy! ♥

The essence of the New Energy is FLOW:

The first step to flow is letting go

The breath is flow

(Drinking) water is flow

Compassion is flow

Change is flow

Laughter is flow

We created the physical universe because Creation had come to a standstill: no flow

Not owning anything or anyone is flow

(Easy) receiving is flow

And once you really get that, you don’t even need to focus on trust anymore because trust is built into the flow

Synchronicities are flow

Abundance is flow

Health is flow

Playfulness is flow

Love is flow: no attachments

Destructuring is flow

Clearing is flow

Creativity is flow

Walking is flow

Singing is flow

Freedom is all about flow

Life is flow

And that’s why "it doesn’t matter" because nothing ever remains the same

I am in the flow

I feel the flow…

...in the flow of every single present moment.

♠ I Am That I Am Elisabeth of Sovereign Domain ♠

All rights reserved 2011. Elizabeth Beucher.

A Heart Consciousness Note: Merci beaucoup! for your Presence Elisabeth for this PERFECT expression of the New Energy Conscious Feelings and Flow. ~♥~

Friday, August 12, 2011

The World Stage Drama ~ by Nicky Hamid

There is a drama playing out on the World stage.

We have asked for Truth. We have asked for Freedom.

And if you can take your Love then a new stage can be set.

Love and honour every actor making their exit on this old worn out stage.



A solution is emerging from the LOVE of YOU.

Let it play itself out. Give it no energy and the ILUSION cannot survive.

Simply open to all you dream of.

Rest well Lovers and Shine on.

I Love You
Nicky Hamid

Source: http://www.angelsawakening.com/book.php

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Cosmic Blossom Seeds ~ Margo Renay ~ CC Collection Series

Created by Margo Renay Sullivan
December 2009

New Blossoms Open
In A Musical Symphony
Of Energy Spirals.

If All Burst Open
At One Moment...
As the Dramatic Human Expects ~
Of The Divine.

The Sovereign Breath Tones
Of Flutes and Violins
Would Be Lost ~
In The Earthly Beats of
Of Drums and Horns.

We Are Creating the Magic Symphony
Inclusive of All of Creation.

Margo Renay


Artwork by Monterrat

Creative Commons License

Friday, August 5, 2011

Push Pop Press Acquired by FaceBook ~

Push Pop Press acquired by Facebook ~August 2, 2011


Last year Push Pop Press set off to re-imagine the book. We created a new way of publishing and exploring text, images, audio, video and interactive graphics, then teamed up with Melcher Media and Al Gore to create a new kind of book.

The result is Al Gore's Our Choice, which was released earlier this year. The response has been incredible. Tech columnist David Pogue of The New York Times summed it up by saying:

“this is one of the most elegant, fluid, impressive apps you've ever seen. It's a showpiece for the new world of touch-screen gadgets.”

Now we're taking our publishing technology and everything we've learned and are setting off to help design the world's largest book, Facebook.

Although Facebook isn't planning to start publishing digital books, the ideas and technology behind Push Pop Press will be integrated with Facebook, giving people even richer ways to share their stories. With millions of people publishing to Facebook each day, we think it's going to be a great home for Push Pop Press.

Al Gore's Our Choice will remain available for purchase, and we've decided that our future profits from the book will be donated to The Climate Reality Project. There are no plans to continue publishing new titles or building out our publishing platform that was in private beta. We are incredibly grateful to everyone who has supported and expressed interest in Push Pop Press.

Both Push Pop Press and Facebook share a passion for improving the way we share and explore ideas and we couldn't be more excited about what the future holds.

Mike Matas
Kimon Tsinteris
Co-founders, Push Pop Press

Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Yves Thos ~ reflections of the feminine ~

Yves Thos, is an accomplished designer, painter, graphic designer, illustrator.  There is continuity between all his creations. Interestingly, there are very few biographies on this artiste. His works bridge the old master painters and the new energy colours.

His painting has been nourished by the requirements of his profession and that's what gives it personality so deep.

There is in the paintings of Yves Thos side "appearance on stage," with sets of lights and contrasts, accents placed on the subject, violent colors which lead us to the show: that of his inner life.

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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Israeli Museum showing Muslim-world Artists ~ by Amy Teibel; AP

photo by bernat armangue
In this picture taken on Tuesday, July 12, 2011, a visitor walks past art works titled Red Ink; and ; Kinder Blitz;, 2006, created by American artist Walter Robinson at the exhibition West End at the Museum on the Seam in Jerusalem. A museum located on the road separating Jewish west Jerusalem from the Arab neighborhoods in the city's eastern sector is attracting a daring group of artists from Muslim countries that shun contact with Israel, tearing down through art the political barriers that divide Muslim and Jew. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

Israeli museum showing Muslim-world artists

By AMY TEIBEL - Associated Press
AP –

JERUSALEM (AP) — A museum on the road separating Jewish west Jerusalem from the Arab neighborhoods in the city's east is attracting a daring group of artists from Middle Eastern nations that shun contact with Israel, trying to erode political barriers through art.

It's been a years-long process for the Museum on the Seam, which is one of the few art museums in Israel that aggressively tries to convince Arab and Muslim artists to show in its galleries.

That's not an easy task. Many Middle Eastern artists refuse, protesting Israel's policies toward the Palestinians. Many of their governments, notably Iran, make contacts with Israel illegal. In Egypt, which signed a 1979 peace treaty with the Jewish state, rules by many artists organizations forbid members to engage in any "normalization" with Israel.

Still, the Museum on the Seam succeeded in bringing in works from seven artists of Middle Eastern origin for its current 28-artist exhibition, called West End, which examines the struggle between Islam and the West. The artists hail from Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Morocco and Egypt, all countries with chilly or hostile relations with Israel.

Two of the artists — an Egyptian and a Saudi — live in their homelands, although the others in the show currently live mainly in the West. But even shows by Middle Easterners living abroad are rare in Israel. They too face constraints because they return to their homelands or have relatives there, said Raphie Etgar, the museum's curator and artistic director.

The museum's exhibition, which also includes artists from the U.S., Europe and Russia, has an unusually large concentration of Middle Eastern artists. Although this is not the first time Arab artists have displayed in Israel, Israeli art historian Gideon Ofrat said it's rarely done.

In a sign of the sensitivities, most of the Middle Eastern artists in the exhibit did not respond to interview requests.

One exception was Mounir Fatmi of Morocco, who lives in Paris but said he returns often to Tangier to visit family.

"Even if I have some Arab friends who are artists (who) do not agree with me, I believe we should not deprive the audience (of) our work because of political postures from our countries," said Fatmi, who has shown twice in Israel before. "I will keep on showing as long as I have good proposals coming up."

Morocco and Israel had formal ties between 1994 and 2000, though they never made peace, when the North African country broke off relations following the launch of the second Palestinian uprising against Israel.

Fatmi's video work at the exhibit — "Modern Times: A History of the Machine" — is inspired by Charlie Chaplin's 1936 film. By linking the wheels of the assembly line in Chaplin's film to the wheels of an assembly line decorated with arabesques and Arabic calligraphy, Fatmi draws a line between the alienated industrialized man of Chaplin's work and the unrelenting pace of urbanization in the Middle East.

photo: bernat armangue

In this picture taken on Tuesday, July 12, 2011, a visitor walks past an art work titled Suicide Bomber - 1/1/2008, created by Slovakian artist Robert Kunec at the exhibition West End at the Museum on the Seam in Jerusalem. A museum located on the road separating Jewish west Jerusalem from the Arab neighborhoods in the city's eastern sector is attracting a daring group of artists from Muslim countries that shun contact with Israel, tearing down through art the political barriers that divide Muslim and Jew. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

A neon work, titled "Moment of Glory" by Leila Pazooki of Iran, lists artists and their parallels from the other side of the globe, in a story of separation and connection between artists from east and west.

The five light boxes of Ahmed Mater of Saudi Arabia, titled "Evolution of Man," warn of the dangers of greed, morphing from a gas pump into a skeleton of a man holding a pistol to his head.

Tellingly, there are no artists from the Palestinian territories — not from lack of effort, Etgar said.

"When I approached artists in the Islamic world in the past, the response was disappointing," he said. "It was even worse when we approached Palestinians just across the road."

But in the past two years, opposition has cracked, he said.

"I think there has been an individual ripening and maturation of artists, an understanding that their contribution will be much more significant if they bring their work to our public," he said.

Helping the cause is the fact that the museum is not financed by government money, he added. The museum acquires artworks with the full knowledge of the artist, he added.

The museum, established in 1999, sits on the edge of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish Mea Shearim quarter and opposite an Arab neighborhood, Sheikh Jarrah. A Turkish-era mansion designed by a Palestinian, it became a front-line Israeli military command post after the Jewish state was founded in 1948 and Jerusalem was divided into Israeli- and Jordanian-controlled areas.

A nearby checkpoint was the lone passage between the two sectors, which were separated by a concrete and barbed-wire barrier torn down after Israel captured east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war.

The mansion's facade still has the scars of bombs and bullets from the years Jerusalem was divided.
"I tried to maintain the outer facade to remind people of the possibilities available," Etgar said.

Monday, August 1, 2011

New Energy Artiste Ry Cuming ~ Australian Musician/Surfer

A Heart Consciousness Note: Meet Ry Cuming~His Music is inspired in the waters as he swims and surfs...an amazing singer~songwriter from OZ that tours with Maroon 5, Justin Nozuka, and OneRepublic, has great depth, artistry and humanity. Watch him grow! ~♥~

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About Ry Cuming:
Born in the small coastal town of Angourie, Australia, Ry grew up with a surfboard under one arm and his Dad’s record collection under the other. He quickly developed a love for many different styles of music from Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder to The Beatles and The Police. His voracious appetite for music grew while his wide and varied tastes began to mold the sound and style that is uniquely Ry Cuming.

Armed with an acoustic guitar and undeniably soulful voice, Ry’s professional music career began to take shape as an 18 year-old traveler and surfer in Costa Rica. One fateful afternoon while playing in the hallway of a hotel for some female pro surfers (Ry is an avid surfer himself), Ry met a young film producer from LA who was taken by his talent and happened to have some very good connections.

He became the catalyst for Ry’s journey into the LA music scene, introducing him to a network of musicians that were starting to gain momentum in the area…Maroon 5, Phantom Planet, and Rooney. Ry was now in very good company and was quickly noticed by major label JIVE records, where he recently signed a new, exclusive recording contract. His debut album was out in the spring of 2010.

Ry has already won two of Australia’s Dolphin Awards for Best Pop Song and Best New Artist, was recently featured on NBC’s EXTRA and MTV’s LAGUNA BEACH: The Real OC, has been seen in the pages of Vogue Magazine, AND been featured in two films including a Quiksilver production about the Mentawai Islands

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Source: http://www.rycuming.com/

Reflections of the Evolutionary Artists ~ selections by Carmen Montesino

‎~♥~ A special Heart Consciousness Note: Thank You to my friends Noureddine Benjeddou and Carmen Montesino for introducing both contemporary and old master artists to our fresh new eyes.

claude th├ęberge, 'la course

marta kiss

 trish lamai ~ 'dreaming'