Lola & The Poets – Mythic Doodling, With Divyam Chaya Bernstein

Lola & The Poets Podcast is a virtual alchemical workshop exploring personal and collective magical journeys, the ways the mystical & the mundane are intertwined. Psychology, culture, art, alchemy. Solo shows & Interviews. Out every odd Thursday.

★ In Episode 4 we’re revisiting our recent yet distant past for a chat recorded end of February this year, with the lovely artist & storyteller, and my dear friend Divyam Chaya Bernstein, from London, UK. We talk about childhood philosophies, mystical Ireland, origins and practices of storytelling, magical atmosphere & the potency of enhanced reality, inner critics & inner worlds, trusting your own creative powers, importance of vibes & tribes, art as ornament vs. art as essence, virtual reality vs. imaginal space, poetry as soul solution, art journaling as therapy, nourishing art communities, zen annihilations, the value of what we choose to lose, lived experience & grounding, creative inquiry, personal myths, soft spaces for hard truths, archetypal phases of the women’s journey, downloading the imaginal in nature & all manner of portals. Join us for a wise, joyful ride. (87 mins)

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AUTHOR: © Milana Vujkov


Divyam’s portals

Follow The Brush – Explorations In Creativity

Divyam Bernstein YouTube Channel

Divsy Instagram

Divyam Chaya Bernstein – Artist Facebook

Divyam Chaya Bernstein – Etsy

Divyam’s recommendations

Art Witch Academy

Get Messy Art

EarthHeart in the Forest of Dean

Totems (Art Journaling)

The Alternative Tarot Course | Little Red Tarot


Samovar Party is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License by Shane Ivers of

This work is licensed under the Attribution License.

  • © Photo Sphere Crystal Ball Magnifying and Reflecting woodland countryside scene, Andy, Adobe Stock Standard License
  • Audio clip: Barbara Stanwyck in Meet John Doe (1941), Director: Frank Capra, public domain since  1969

*NB/disclaimer – This podcast follows a personal journey, as well as the journeys and life experiences of our guests, and is offered as philosophical & creative inspiration. Although I am a psychologist by education, the material within is not therapy or substitute for therapy. However, it is dedicated as virtual temenos for accessing the therapeutic numinous, in hope of being of good service to your soul in exploring the potentials of each moment in time.

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