Category Archives: Ideas and Practices

Stewart Losee

Stewart Losee flew into the Palace for a few days to update his blog and map out plans for this current project, TSAZ.  Stewart participated in the debut of barnloft PICK-N-O-KEE, shared some great beats, and mind mapped the possibilites of living

Stewart Losee

Stewart Losee flew into the Palace for a few days to update his blog and map out plans for this current project, TSAZ.  Stewart participated in the debut of barnloft PICK-N-O-KEE, shared some great beats, and mind mapped the possibilites of living

TRANSPERSONAL EDUCATION: A CURRICULUM FOR FEELING AND BEING

                                                                  Transpersonal Psychology

TRANSPERSONAL EDUCATION: A CURRICULUM FOR FEELING AND BEING

                                                                  Transpersonal Psychology

Lateral Thinking

Lateral thinking is solving problems through an indirect and creative approach, using reasoning that is not immediately obvious and involving ideas that may not be obtainable by using only traditional step-by-step logic. Lateral thinking is different from our normal perceptions regarding creativity and innovation, and it is an

Lateral Thinking

Lateral thinking is solving problems through an indirect and creative approach, using reasoning that is not immediately obvious and involving ideas that may not be obtainable by using only traditional step-by-step logic. Lateral thinking is different from our normal perceptions regarding creativity and innovation, and it is an

Oblique Strategies

Oblique Strategies is a deck of 7×9 cm printed cards in a black container box,[1] created by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt and first published in 1975.[2] Each card offers an aphorism intended to help artists (particularly musicians) break creative blocks… Or you can make your own here… Edition 1

Oblique Strategies

Oblique Strategies is a deck of 7×9 cm printed cards in a black container box,[1] created by Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt and first published in 1975.[2] Each card offers an aphorism intended to help artists (particularly musicians) break creative blocks… Or you can make your own here… Edition 1