Limited Edition

Once the hurt is gone, their ridiculousness sets in.

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The Secret

Happiness is gratefulness.

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Jovian

Focus on friend not foe.

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Labour Day

Dusty and dirty are not the same.

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Crone Wisdom

When we do not forgive, we repeat the misfortune; when we forget, we repeat the mistake.

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Local Beauty

It’s the divine that surrounds us that will save our souls.

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Mass Hypnosis

Missing the obvious for the interpreted.

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Big Fish

Don’t confuse the hook with the reel.

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Bad Juju

A love spell, not to hold, but to cage.

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2021

Buy art, not bullshit.

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Elliptical Economics

There are two kinds of people, ones who invest in order to receive a reward, and ones for whom the investment is the reward.

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Lost Cause

When it persists in resisting change or insight, sever all ties. Otherwise, you sink in its mud.

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Fairy Lodge

They enter when you enter.

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Dandelion Medicine

Beauty reveals itself to the vulnerable, and shields them, as kin.

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Lady Black

Be like obsidian, translucent and impenetrable.

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Talismans

The inimitable potency of a rear-view mirror on a sunny day.

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Boxy Lady

Quietly managing her small universe, expecting a divine intervention.

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Saturn Hour

Honour endings as you do beginnings. They release the binded darkness. No one is worth our breaking point.

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The Sacred Tree

PMaPsArt Studio is launching online alchemical storytelling workshops – the first course Autumn 2021 is The Sacred Tree. Workshops will be available in two languages, Serbian and English (International Workshops), and will take place from 23 October 2021 to Sunday, 12 December 2021. Please go to Workshops page for more info and payment options. For enquiries please email me at milana@poets-mavericks-and-prophets.com

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Grail

Friend and foe will both come to your well. Give them the same water, but in different cups. 🧿

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Lost Meanings

When communication becomes presentation, we only say what we think we should think.

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Dragon Tree

Nurture your X-ray vision, but never forget the softness of flesh.

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Rashomon

Trace back the road to the first time you felt unloved. Then choose another road.

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Lingua franca

The ones who will listen are the ones who will understand.

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Jericho 3

All perfect victories are bittersweet.

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Breaking News

In the end, people will always go for what nourishes.

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Byblos

Curses travel first-class until they’re caught without a ticket by the sky police.

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Mostly Pink

Lonely like a lollipop on an empty counter at a seaside convenience store mid-December.

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Average Arbiter

Choose carefully to whom you give power to assess your value.

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Elijah

What we love is what we do best.

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Creed

Mistakes are creative material of the highest order.

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Food For Thought

Abstain from anything that feeds mind chatter, and listen to the silence for forty days.

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On Plant Wisdom – With Don Roberto

In Episode 6 Lola & The Poets is joined by Don Roberto, medical anthropologist and medicine man, raised in Indonesia and London, based in Taiwan. We’re talking glorious variety of topics, from childhood imaginal friends and UFO experiences, liminal multi-universe existences crossing lands and cultures, trajectory of processing beliefs into praxis, to what Don Roberto is uniquely qualified to discuss – shamanism and its lore, medicine cultures and practices, Shipibo plant spirit healing lineage in Peru, plant teachers as ambassadors of Mother Earth, body work and hypnotherapy, the role of music in creating sacred space, soul retrieval and entity removal, sorcery and cultural appropriation, psychonauts and psychedelia, and much more.

SHOW NOTES: Spirit Of The Amazon YouTube Channel | Contact Don Roberto | 

CREDITS: © Samovar Party by Shane Ivers | See more info on episode & credits.

AUTHOR: © Milana Vujkov

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Colonial

Unwilling to change their ways, they attempt to change the tides.

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