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Call for Submissions for November 2017

A new edition of the eTotempole will be out in November 2017. The theme will be taken from this year’s Festival “Breathing into a New World” (http://deepimagery.net/events/event/festival-of-the-animals-2017). Articles, reflections, accounts of journeys, poetry and art are all welcome. Submit on…

My first time on stage and how I got there

“What lies behind us and what lies before us are small things compared to what lies inside of us” Ralph Waldo Emerson I heard about that songwriter contest that would take place in my town. Immediately I felt drawn to…

HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mr Gallegos!

80th anniversary of Steven Gallegos Konstanz is one of the most beautiful German towns, on the big and wonderful Lake Bodensee (Lake Constance). But a 20 hour trip on bus from Poland is not a pleasure. Why did I take…

Can you tame your Anger?

  Exasperation, animosity, anger, fury… are they shades of the same emotion or absolutely different feelings? Do they make an overpowered victim of you, or make you explode as an uncontrollable volcano destroying everything around? Do you lump them together…

Deep Imagery and Neurobiology of Emotional Trauma

by Debra Vickroy In May 2003 I attended a conference called “The Neurobiology of Emotional Trauma” and found it to be enlightening as to recent research into brain functioning as well as how alternative therapies like deep imagery actually help…

the Search for the Self/Die Suche nach dem Selbst

Sabrina Mašek’s article Die Suche nach dem Selbst or “the Search for the Self” is currently only available in German: http://deepimagery.net/totempole/?p=180

The Art and the Animals

The Art and the Animals, The creation of dog dog: Image for Australian Festival by Jeremy Maher Frank asked me if I would like to submit an image for the 2002 Festival. This is a little story about how that…

Of Micaceous Clay, Pottery and the Alexander Technique.

Of Micaceous Clay, Pottery and the Alexander Technique. by Mary Diggin I recently completed a weekend with Robyn Avalon and Felipe Ortega, working with micaceous clay and the Alexander technique. Felipe is a potter of Jicarilla Apache descent and Robyn,…