A Prayer into the World is a Danish design project creating scarves that are designed to carry meaning through words, images and clolour. Born from the desire to create something that would add value into the world, Marianne Lundhus and Malene Maxon design and produce the scarves from their workroom just outside Copenhagen in Denmark.
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Sander Funneman has been researching the fascinating electrical ecosystem of the planet since 1986 when he attended a lecture about the idea that ‘everything works by electricity and magnetism’ What started as a light-hearted investigation grew slowly into something more serious. Along with the inspiration grew a concern about the use of artificial radiation in the envireonment. In March 2019 Electric Ecosystem was published.
Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park in Southwest Uganda is home to 24 tree-climbing lions, one of the two places they can be found in the world.
Sander Funneman doet sinds de jaren tachtig onderzoek naar natuurlijke elektrische signalen en frequenties in het ecosysteem. Zijn benadering vloeit voort uit inspiratie, verwondering en optimisme. Die inspiratie verbindt hij met een gezonde dosis bezorgdheid over de nadelige effecten van kunstmatige straling, afkomstig uit elektromagnetische apparaten. Reden genoeg om het gesprek aan te gaan over 5G en het groeiende debat hierover uit te breiden met zijn perspectieven.
Forgiveness is a word we use often but rarely do we stop and dwell upon the depth of healing and updating, of liberation and connection that true forgiveness can cause. Whilst conducting seminars on gender relations Mary Noble found herself dwelling increasingly on this vital quality, and incorporating her work into the seminars. In this interview she talks about the process she continues to have with something she has come to see as vital for the future of the human race.
One way to come to a greater understanding about the two sexes is to know more about the physiological differences, including how our brains are wired. This helps us understand better what happens naturally in us and what we are prone to as men and women. In issue 4, 2003 of Feminenza Magazine, Gerda van Schaik wrote about some of the marked variations in the physiology of the genders, which shed some light on the behaviour and focus of men and women. I shall be exploring the nature of the development of the brain, which may explain much about how men and women approach things and give further food for thought…
Lynne McTaggart is a journalist and author of five books in the area of alternative health and consciousness and is well known for her book and newsletters “What Doctors Don’t Tell You.”
Her book “The Field” tells the story of respected frontier scientists all over the globe who have produced extraordinary evidence to show that an energy field — The Zero Point Field — connects everything in the universe, and we ourselves are part of this vast dynamic cobweb of energy exchange.
In Feminenza, we love to search for a greater understanding of what makes men and women tick, and how we can form a better partnership together for the future. The first two principles of Feminenza speak about how we believe that the existence of the two genders implies a partnership to something better, and that their union is designed to create something that is a step forward for humanity. There is a need for remedy and rebalance, not as a reaction against the past, but for the sake of the future, in which there is much yet to be understood about both genders. Part of our quest therefore is to understand more about the masculine gender, to seek out our brothers endeavouring to improve gender relations, and encourage them in their efforts.