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SIXTH SENSE

The five senses are perhaps adequate for perceiving our external physical world but too limiting when it comes to experiencing God. Long has man recognized a sixth sense, a possibility of perception quite apart from the other five, yet often even more valid. 104 more words

Transformation

THE NUMINOSITY OF TREES

We set up Christmas trees in our homes
As a sign of God and nature’s presence.

It’s a really good symbol because these trees have fresh green needles – 356 more words

Place du Tertre, Place d'inspiration

Place du Tertre is in Montmartre in France. I visited there once and what I took away from there (besides a small, expensive, black and white, freshly painted portrayal of the Parisian skyline) was something that has helped me to no end with my writing, my painting, my filmmaking – all areas of creativity. 140 more words

Warning: 5 reasons why love may be detrimental to your identity

It has been a while.  Between moving to a new apartment, transitioning to a new server (yes, Numinosity is moving!), and going back to the drawing board, I am finally ready to get back into my writing. 64 more words

Self-love

Conjuring the spirit of place – Anita Iacovella

Have you ever had an artwork command your attention and keep you transfixed? This is what happened to me the other day when I saw Anita Iacovella’s work hanging in Metropolis Gallery as part of the… 1,569 more words

Art

Numinosity #1

Mathematics—A Dream-Numinous

I was in a house made for a giant, a house of MATHEMATICS;  I went through the front of the house; then I was going to go into some other rooms.  80 more words

Numinous

You Who Never Arrived by Rainer Maria Rilke

I was introduced to the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke through his Duino Elegies, as analysed by James Hollis in his book “The Archetypal Imagination”. 342 more words

Poetry