Two upcoming books, Phantom Channel: TROPOSPHERE (scifi) and SAUNA TRIBE (non-fiction) explore the unseen, the spiritual and the deep well of human potential.
Rarely have I seen a show as capable as dividing audiences as Twin Peaks, and the same is true of its director, David Lynch. Now that it’s back on Showtime, the question of why is ripe for discussion.
Every so often, I have to take a break from artistic activities and crazy theorizing, and absorb myself in something, like a good book, tv show or movie. They can be useful tools to help us see difficult matters in our lives from a new perspective.
We tend to think of the business of day to day life in simple terms. We sleep, wake up, eat, go to work or school, exercise, and maybe get stressed out here and there. All of this can be approached in a perhaps more useful way – by looking at all of life as brainwaves.
Time for this blog to get sciencey: If you work for many hours a day at a PC (or Mac), this post is for you. Recently, I dealt with a skin cancer diagnosis. After months of investigation, I would like to share some findings as well as advice on what you can do to protect your health, without compromising your productivity.
There is currently much hoopla over human-influenced climate change, leading to sweeping changes in policy and outright bans. Some of these new policies however, directly threaten traditions thousands of years old. Good traditions.
We’re now in 2017, Finland’s 100th anniversary! Which means it’s time to bombard you with all kinds of bragging about what makes us so great, unique, funny, handsome, and all that jazz. Well, not really. Maybe just a few odd facts will suffice for now?
Finland is the number one coffee consuming nation in the world. In Sweden, coffee breaks are such a part of daily life that they have their own word. Here’s a gallery showing why I’ve learned to love it.