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Dispel the Mythmakers


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The Zen Eye of the Hurricane

Christopher Moors, a writer, artist, musician, and the one behind, returns to the show to discuss the ”zen eye of the hurricane”, the busy world rushing by and the importance of finding the eye of the storm, a place of calm, to make time to focus on ourselves, instead of focusing on all the problems in the world. We move on to discuss art, music and other forms of artistic expression as a form of therapy. Other topics explored include: inspiration, subconscious, learning about yourself, thinking outside the box, "the hollow bamboo", perspective on your life, be a mirror, reflect instead of react, being "cool", madness and the mind, letting the mind rest, Zen, suppressed emotions, illuminate the mind though the heart, communication, meditation, ego, ouroboros, where the west meets the east, integration, money and false values.

Relevant Links


Art Gallery

Laozi (Lao-Tzu)



Zen sayings 1

Human self-reflection

Books or Other Material

Ruminations of the Universe

Pearly Gates Press

More from this Guest

The Key to the Kingdom Past Lives and Previous Civilizations The Kabala & Spiritual Teachings Will the Uproar Beat the Crackdown? Zen and the Soul The Cosmic Jugular Creative Cosmos


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Henrik Palmgren

Henrik Palmgren was born in Götaland, Sweden, the land of the Goths. He is the founder and Editor-and-Chief of Red Ice, founded in 2003. Henrik is most known as the host of Red Ice Radio and produces all the video content on Red Ice, including most of the music, graphics and animations. He also offers his commentary on current events in Red Ice TV’s livestream show on Saturdays. Henrik is most concerned with European heritage, culture and counter acting the global internationalists. @Henrik_Palmgren


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