Sam Rathvon is a man of many talents. He has his own woodworking shop, a coup full of chickens, and an eye for all things artistry. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Sam Rathvon (Artistry, Bi-Polar, and Zen) Ep. 6
This week, Stephen Jensen joins us for a conversation about the trials of life. Realizing where we are, accepting it, and dreaming a way forward. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Stephen Jensen Ep. 5
After a grueling week experiencing the inner most sanctum of an existential sadness, Average Joey joins me for a conversation about all things Depresh Continue reading Depreshhh-ON w/ Average Joey
It’s scary to want to live, because if you die, you lose it.
And we’re all gonna die
Sometimes, in this moment, I think prefer being sad and depressed because I wasn’t afraid of dying. I welcomed it. It made me feel like I had an answer that others didn’t have Continue reading Alive
We take a break from our regularly scheduled programming to talk about Depression: Continue reading An Impression of Depression
Adam shares his own experience with depression and reads from Steven Pressfield’s “The War of Art”: (For my e-mail friends, click the link above to listen to the podcast) Continue reading My Own Worst Enemy (EP #1)
When you’re taught the principles of Chaos Magick, they advise you to take it slow and ease into the craft.
I ignored all of the advice.
I went full on wizard and the energy I harnessed eventually imploded, leaving me beaten, broken, and confused.
Continue reading Chaos Magick
I guess its just sadness.
That feeling when you wake up in bed and your eyes are open and you’re at your parents house and don’t have a job and you’re 29 years old and you’re just like…
Is this real life? Continue reading I Don’t Know What it Is
Coming soon on Inside the Minds Eye Podcast: A conversation with Jennifer Ann Butler- writer, doodler, and intuitively spiritual savant. Butler has spent most of her life struggling with depression. Last October, she began the arduous process of weaning herself … Continue reading “Imperfect” (How I Utilized the Energy of Depression to Write a Book)
Last October, Jennifer Ann Butler changed the direction of her website by taking a personal leap. She had written an essay, a personal piece about her battle with depression. Prior to publishing, Butler spoke of mostly spiritual, holistic topics… Rather than … Continue reading I Survived Myself