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Albert Stern is a healer, artist, and instructor. He practices acupuncture, visceral manipulation, and craniosacral therapy. He creates anatomical illustrations and fine art paintings. He is also an acupuncture instructor and teaches at various schools and facilities. He works with the Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine and Peak Research Institute. 

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Memories of Paintings

Albert Stern

Thomas Blanchard is a French is a stunning and incredibly talented video director. This video "Memories of Paintings" features images created by paint, oil, milk and liquid soap. 

Spend a few minutes allowing yourself to be swept away into the ocean of texture and color! 

You can find more work by Thomas Blanchard on his website and Facebook. 

 

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Why We Blame Others - Brene Brown

Albert Stern

I find the work of Brené Brown extremely helpful. She writes about the importance of vulnerability and the power of being enough in the world. I found her message powerful to share with friends, clients, and students. I highly recommend her book, Daring Greatly. 

The short video below is very funny and yet hits at a core habit many of us (including myself) share...the impulse to blame. 

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Unlike Anything I Have Seen Before

Albert Stern

The purpose of art is to make us feel things. We live completely saturated in images, video and sound. So much so we become kind of numb to it all. For example, the art of animation is amazing. Crafting fictional images which move is otherworldly and powerful.

But after The Minions, Hotel Transylvania, The Peanuts Movie, Frozen, Big Hero 6, King Fu Panda, The Lego Movie, whatever Pixar is putting out, the entire genre of anime, and any number of breakfast cereal commercials - we stop seeing the beauty of this art form.  

Please watch this 3-minute video by Emma Vakarelova. It breaks through all of that clutter. It is magical, stirring, deeply beautiful, and unlike anything I have seen before. 

It is based on a poem by French surrealist poet Robert Desnos, "I have dreamed of you so much that you are no longer real."