Videos

William Rowlandson – Altered States of Unconscious

 

 

Angela Voss – Astrology, Neoplatonism & Marsilio Ficino

The Astra Project

 

 

John Lennon in Havana | Dr. William Rowlandson | TEDx Universityof Kent

 

 

William Rowlandson – Image, Imagination And the Imaginal

 

 

Interview with Angela Voss and Geoffrey Cornelius – Astrology and the University

Portuguese astrologer João Medeiros interviews Angela Voss and Geoffrey Cornelius – legendary astrologers and tutors of the MA in Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred – Canterbury Christ Church University.

 

Angela Voss and Chris Deacy

A conversation between Angela Voss and Chris Deacy, a former colleague at Kent University.

 

Rapahel’s ‘School of Athens’ – Mary Attwood

Mary Attwood explores Raphael’s famous ‘School of Athens’

 

From the Heart – In Conversation with Dr Angela Voss

Join the Heart Sense Research Institute’s Louise Livingstone in conversation with scholar Dr Angela Voss as they explore the current global situation through the lens of their respective research interests.

 

A brief overview of Georges de la Tour’s exquisite painting, An Angel Appears to Saint Joseph – Mary Attwood

How might we attend to works of art differently? In is an excerpt from a longer description, we explore the visionary and dream state of Joseph, the painting’s exquisite rendering of the glow of candlelight and the way in which images convey meaning difficult to express in words.

 

A Matter of Spirit: An Imaginal Perspective on the Paranormal

 

 

Exploring Botticelli’s Venus and Mars – Mary Attwood

 

 

Talking Marsilio Ficino – Angela Voss

Ficino is one of the most fascinating people in European history, a cornerstone of the Renaissance and the story of western magic. So this is a great chat.

 

Exploring Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci – Mary Attwood

 

 

When the World is Speaking to Us, How Do We Reply? Week One – Part One

Noticing (the importance of slowing, seeing, listening, feeling)

Over four weeks, Mary and Louise explore expanded ways of seeing and knowing that carry the potential to alter ways of perceiving and engaging with the world. Through Renaissance art and Goethean enquiry, Mary and Louise will explore the starved version of normality that many people live in today in contemporary society; opening eyes, hearts and minds to ancient ways of knowing that honour intuition, sensory experience and imaginal consciousness.

When the World is Speaking to Us, How Do We Reply? Week One – Part Two

Noticing (the importance of slowing, seeing, listening, feeling)

When the World is Speaking to Us, How Do We Reply? Week Two

Opening (creating space)

When the World is Speaking to Us, How Do We Reply? Week Three

Grieving

When the World is Speaking to Us, How Do We Reply? Week Four

Acting (dancing)

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