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Friday, October 13, 2006

Conscious Creating features creative guests

Earlier this year, Thomas Moore and Joan Hanley were separate guests on a one-hour radio talk show, Conscious Creating that celebrates "the art of inspired living by exploring the lives of highly creative individuals," hosted by Sara Robinson.

On May 4, 2006 Robinson spoke with Thomas Moore, described as a writer and musician who lectures in the areas of archetypal psychology, mythology, and the imagination. "He lives soulfully with his wife and two children in New Hampshire where he composes music and writes." After the interview Moore is quoted, "My experience with Conscious Creating was a rare pleasure. Sara truly turns an interview into a conversation. You know she's bursting with ideas, but she treats her guest with respect. I felt understood and accepted. She also understands something lost in our pragmatic, fact-dominated society: the crucial role of the arts in preserving our humanity and unleashing our creativity at a deep level."

On July 13, 2006 Joan Hanley [Hari Kirin] was introduced to listeners as a visual artist "whose paintings, prints, and public art are inspired and informed by her life as a mother, wife, teacher, and yogini." Hanley is quoted, "I aspire to make images that, in the traditional language of religion, temp the gods to come dwell in them and reveal our world to us." Hanley has practised yoga for more than thirty years, and she teaches and lectures about art and yoga.

These two programs are available on CDs in .wav or .mp3 format for $10.00 (U.S.) each plus shipping and handling through the Conscious Creating site. If you're interested in purchasing CDs, please indicate the segments you would like, on the email form.

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