Alchemy Lifestyle (for the Conscious Mind, Body & Spirit)

Recipes and guides on how to achieve a radiant healthy lifestyle.

Before understanding the conscious living – in order to create a positive and healing lifestyle – one has to understand his or her own mind, body and spirit. It is not only what we put in our body with food and herbs but also how we think, speak and feel on a positive vibration.

The best way to sustain a radiant healthy life is to know what you are putting in your body; food, liquids, supplements and herbs. It connects us to the whole being within ourselves. Eating foods that have not been touched, comes straight from Mother Earth to nourish our hearts, organs, and brain provides a natural flow.

Our heart (shen/spirit) connects and is protected by our organs, intestines, muscles, bones and if we do not properly take care of them then the heart starts to receive unwanted emotions, feelings, and thoughts; anxiety, depression, anger, low-self esteem, or even sickness.

The brain needs the proper nutrition and minerals in order to be ready, clear, focused and strong. Then life begins to flow and move like a dance.

My recipe will help you learn how to properly create your own abundance and wellbeing in the most vibrant and beneficial way. Start collecting ingredients and reading labels, especially if you are not familiar with what it is you are going to consume.

Make sure to have a blender, preferably a durable/strong one (i.e. Vitamix) with a plunger. My recipes will always be dairy-free, sugar-free and gluten-free. Also some herbs may be a bit bitter, that’s why I’ve included a natural sweetener such as stevia, coconut palm sugar, or raw honey.

Make sure to start by cleansing the body first. Try juicing for about 10-12 days. 7 juices a day with Psyllium Husk (Fiber) to get the body ready for the herbs and natural foods. Enjoy!


Shot of the month

Chorophyll – 1/2 ounce a day (liquid).

Chlorophyll is the molecule that absorbs sunlight and uses it’s energy to synthesize carbohydrates from CO2 & water.

Magnesium-Chlorophyll is very rich in magnesium. Very important as it helps to deliver much needed oxygen to the cells and tissues, assists bone formation, nerve and muscle function. Plus, magnesium is critical for our cardiovascular system, digestive system, nervous system, muscles, kidneys, liver, hormone-secreting glands, and brain.

Liquid Chlorophyll has strong antioxidant capacities and has also been found to help reduce inflammation. Plus it acts as a deodorant from the mouth and throat.


Recipe of the month

Immunity Tonic:

Reishi Mushroom 1/4 tsp

Chaga Mushroom 1/4 tsp

Agaricus Mushroom 1/4 tsp

Coconut Oil 1 Tbl

Stevia (Vanilla) or “Organic” Raw Honey 1/4 dropper (add just a little first, then taste)

Gynostemma Tea

Blend the mushrooms, coconut oil and stevia/honey together in a hi-tech blender. Add the tea and blend once more. Then drink.


What are these ingredients?


“King of Mushrooms”.

Treasures: Jing, QI and Shen

Organ Association: Heart, Liver, Lungs and Kidneys.

Taste: Bitter

Extract powder is a wild crafted tonic herb for cultivating spiritual energy, modulating immune function, promoting health, longevity, and peace.

Concrete benefits: prevent aging and extending one’s life; Regulating immune function; Protecting the cardiovascular system; Supporting and protecting the liver.

Spiritual benefits: Opening the heart and calming the spirit. This herb is designed to connect you to your higher self.




This mushroom exhibits anti-viral properties, high levels of antioxidants and is full of phyto-nutrients that slow the aging processes.

Active ingredients: sterols, triterpenes, saponins and polysaccharides.

You may take Chaga in a pill form as well.



Used for cancer, type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, hardening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis), ongoing liver disease, bloodstream disorders and digestive problems.

Concrete benefits: Prevention of heart disease, weakened bones (osteoporosis) and stomach ulcers. It also boosts the immune system and is great for physical and emotional stress.


Concrete benefits: The presence of capric acid and caprylic acid, and their respective properties, such as antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-fungal, antibacterial and soothing qualities mean the oil aids hair care, skin care, stress relief, cholesterol level maintenance, weight loss, boosted immune system, proper digestion and regulated metabolism. It also provides relief from kidney problems, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, HIV and cancer, while helping to improve dental quality and bone strength.

MEDIUM CHAIN TRIGLYCERIDES (MCT OIL) may be used instead of Coconut Oil. Man made by processing coconut and palm kernel oils in a laboratory.

MCT’s are used along with usual medications for treating food absorption disorders including: diarrhea, fat indigestion, celiac disease, liver disease and digestion problems due to partial surgical removal of the stomach (gastectomy) or the intestine (short bowel syndrome).

MCT’s are used for ‘Milky Urine’ (chyluria) and a rare lung condition called chylothorax. Other uses include treatment of gallbladder disease, AIDs, cystic fibrosis, Alzheimer’s disease and seizures in children.

Athletes sometimes use MCT oil for nutritional support during training, as well as for decreasing body fat and increasing lean muscle mass.



Treasures: Jing, QI and Shen

Organ Association: Spleen, Lungs, Kidneys, Liver and Heart.

Concrete benefits: slows down aging; helps reduce fatigue and increase vigor; reduces oxygen deficiency at high altitudes; improves digestion; strengthens the mind; improves sex functions; keeps calm the nerves and helps ease pain.

Spiritual benefits: Brings balance to the body; Strengthens the adaptive capacity of the person at every level of life.

Contains many amino acids, vitamins, and minerals that are healthful to the human body, including selenium, magnesium, zinc, calcium, iron, potassium, manganese and phosphorus.

Useful in a number of mental and neurological conditions, including depression, anxiety and schizophrenia.

Use to treat inflammation, stop cough, remove mucus, treat chronic bronchitis, and much more.



The body will get use to the herbs when you start adding it to your daily routine. The ‘Immunity Tonic’ isn’t just for if you are sick because it helps keep the body’s immune system strong.

Let’s live life to the fullest!

Peace, Love & Dance.

Author: Rikyrah Snow AKA Soul Revo, Movement and Healing dance teacher at Passion Thru Dance

Why are we so anal about rimming?

Oral-anal, rimming, analingus, anilingus. They’re all synonyms for the sexual act of using someone’s tongue on – and in – another’s anal rim, for sexual pleasure. Let’s focus on ‘sexual pleasure’: don’t we all love a climax (or climaxes, if you’re doing it right)? No one ever answered no to that question. It therefore leaves me unremittingly curious as to why people are often averse to doing tongue-to-anus, as it’s just one of many erotic acts that people can do to reach that orgasm. Why are we comfortable with oral sex and anal sex, but not oral-anal?

It’s pretty simple. People think it’s unhygienic. Or that you can get sick. There’s the fear that you might end up licking or tasting shit. That being said, I am yet to meet a person who has had to face the reality of shit-stained teeth post-ass-eating.

Dr. Betty Dodson, a pro-sex feminist guru and fountain of knowledge, laughs that as long as an individual is healthy and hygienic, the anus may well be one of the cleanest parts of the body. Like the vagina, the anus has its own natural bacteria that help to fight infections. Otherwise, a little anal douching can be done before any anal play to put your mind at ease, and you can always take extra precautions by using dental latex dams. With this knowledge in mind, why are we still afraid?

It was time to get people to talk rimming. I spoke to individuals of different relationship statuses, sexualities and ages to find out who rims, who doesn’t and why. Some were reluctant to talk about it, others laughed, but most were very frank. Although my responses filled a very wide spectrum, there were some recurring themes.

even in our most private moments we worry too much about what people think

Between the heteros, only one of the seven couples I spoke to would both give and receive between each other. On further discussion, the male, age 19, tells me that “people have negative feelings towards it mainly because of social stigma… men can find it emasculating.”

The social stigma aspect provides a likely explanation for why only the females receive in my other hetero couples. One of my single participants, a 22 year old student, said he rims in the build-up to anal, but had “never received and wouldn’t want to”. Other guys, regardless of willing girlfriends, explained it was too “weird” or that they just “wouldn’t like it”.

Men are presented with the idea that enjoying anal stimulation is a gay characteristic. I would like to point out at this stage that all assholes are wired the same way. Having said that, the gay couples I spoke to were rimming on at least a semi-regular basis and loving it. That, my friends, is the happy ending of not giving a fuck.

Amongst the lesbians, one woman, age 34, laughed that “oral is a large part in, I expect, most lesbian relationships. It’s so routine and natural for me to have my head between someone’s legs that I guess it doesn’t bother me what orifice I’m going for”. On the other hand, a 27 year old lesbian painter (who admitted she was quite reluctant to talk about rimming) said “I enjoy my sex life and I don’t need to tongue someone’s shit hole to improve it”.

When I shared what I had learned from Betty Dodson with the hetero girls, for most, it changed nothing. They either didn’t think their boyfriends would enjoy it, or they were still grossed out. One girl, a 20-year old single student, believed that confidence is important in any sexual aspect, but she went on to say that she just didn’t have enough to try rimming. “Frankly, it’s not about what goes on in that area,” she shrugged, “I’m just not comfortable in doing it”.

Comfort. People only seem willing to rim in the safety-net of long relationships, and never during a one-night-stand. Nobody feels they can whip out the rimming card with someone new, a logic we don’t apply to (for example) blowjobs or cunnilingus. Anal rimming is a chance to leave our comfort zones and try something new, something that we could ultimately love.

If there’s anything to be learned, it’s that even in our most private moments we worry too much about what people think. Mainstream society is making progress (slowly but surely) when it comes to exercising feminism in sex and stopping slut-shaming, but we still have a long way to go in tackling sexual stigmas (particularly ones that are associated with gay men), and recognising our entitlement to explore and enjoy our sexuality.

Author: Rema Farhan

Finding self-worth through creativity

Everybody has the instinct to be creative. Sadly, some of us have that creativity knocked out of us in school or at work but 64 Million Artists is a new campaign to give rise to our creative spirit once more.

64 Million Artists is a new national campaign to unlock the imagination of everybody in Britain. Launched in 2015, 64 Million Artists is ‘inviting everyone in Britain to do something new and celebrate their creativity.’ Working alongside the BBC to encourage the British people to bring creativity to the forefront of our lifestyles.

I met with Jo Hunter, co-founder of 64 Million Artists to find out more about this inspiring initiative and what creativity means to her.

Where did the idea come from?
I was working at Battersea Arts Centre as Head of Strategic Development but I realised that I had stopped being creative, I never had my own ideas, I just developed other peoples. I made the decision to take a month off work and I asked friends and colleagues to set me various creative challenges to do every day. The response was amazing, I got loads of diverse challenges and immediately I knew that I had to leave my job and do something different.

The reason that we started doing 64 Million Artists – and the reason I live and breathe the mission – is absolutely about helping other people be creative too. But it’s become really clear that we aren’t just doing it because we want people to be creative, we are doing it because we want people to have self-worth, to have agency, to make decisions in their lives about themselves, and have purpose. So the creativity is kind of a method for that, rather than just creativity for itself.

Why do you think creativity is so important for our society?
To me, I think creativity is so much the essence of who we are. When we stop people from being creative it’s actually really damaging; we are taking away part of who they are. What we have done in this country is create a culture where art is what artists do and it’s a very top-down, hierarchal culture. As a society we have made culture all about skill and talent and activities, and actually to me, creativity is nothing to do with skills and expertise, creativity is about risk and vulnerability. If we can shift our culture to be more about creativity and risk and vulnerability then we would have a much more inclusive, less hierarchical society in which more people feel that they have agency.

You need to have three things to have agency: you need to have self-worth, your relationship with you needs to be okay; you need to have purpose, know what your relationship with the world is and what you want it to be; and then you need to have a platform or permission. Or sometimes if you have enough of the first two, you can make the third happen and you don’t need someone else to generate it for you.

What’s your ideal outcome for the project?
Yes, and ultimately my ideal outcome, ideologically, is that I want us to shift from a culture that thinks about art being what artists do, to creativity being owned by everyone. And so I feel that we are constantly going to be experimenting with the best way to do that.

Just that act of saying ‘I’m going to do this’ for me sums up being an artist, and I think everyone has that opportunity. Art isn’t about skill and talent for me; it’s about being someone who says ‘I would like this to happen and I’m going to do it.’

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Author: Jessica Ball of Yours Sustainably

5 steps to speaking freely

We Speak Freely is not a thing but an absence of thing that leads you to break the barriers and the filters you have speaking on a daily basis.

This statement was made by David Blackwell, host of a weekly Friday night get-together in East London’s  Ziferblat cafe called ‘We speak freely’. The purpose, as it’s name suggests, is to speak without limitations, self-conscious blocks or barriers of fear. As well as meeting wonderful people here, you leave believing in yourself with a comfy confidence you’ll want to wear for the rest of your days. Still, the most important thing you’ll learn is that speaking freely is not a one-time thing, you need to take this outside and help re-humanise the world through liberation!

Let me walk you through these tips to awakening the freedom of your speech in a environment full of strangers:


Arriving for the first time somewhere can be scary, don’t worry about that, you are just being human – and that’s an incredibly good thing! Gaze around, explore your surroundings and try to fight that urge to stand simply waiting for something to occur. That something you are waiting for is you. You just need to shut those voices in your mind wondering “what should I say?“, or “what am I meant to do?“. The answer is, anything you want.


You are still questioning what you should say – and I know how hard it is to stop that. But in order to speak freely you need to realise that you are not obliged to speak in the first place. You can talk or not, you can do whatever you want. And once you see that, you’ll feel calmer and more confident because you’ll also see that no one expects anything from you and that’s when the magic begins.


Small talk is easy, boring, generally, but easy. Small talk is the spark that leads to meaningful conversations, because small talk builds trust between the people in the conversation and at some point the ice completely breaks and you find yourself talking about your passions, fears, dreams, how you secretly hate cats. So, remember that “what should I say?” It has been replaced by a “where did this come from ?” and before you know it you’re learning about yourself through talking to strangers.


I bet at some point in your life you’ve already experienced a similar situation to the one addressed in the third step, where you are not really in control of your tongue and you know that you are almost instantly going to beat yourself up for whatever you just said. “Why did I say that?” or “I just sounded so stupid”, am I right ?Well, you don’t need to be a genius to know what I’m about to tell you: Don’t do that. Talking to strangers is not about you mastering Aristotle’s Rhetoric and becoming the ultimate orator, it’s about looking at yourself in someone else’s mirror and accepting, embracing what you see, it’s about giving yourself the love you deserve. Every time you hear your inner voice say “that was dumb”, respond to it with your loving inner voice and say “no it wasn’t, I rule and I was just speaking from the heart”. Respond to it every single time!


Everything you just read is the precursor of a way home, of walking alone at night reflecting on the conversations that have just ended but still resonate in your head. Reflecting on yourself and how from now on you always want to feel the freedom of choice you’ve just experienced. It doesn’t matter if you spoke to someone in the tube, or in a cafe, or at a party, or at ‘We Speak freely’. It doesn’t matter if it was a stranger or an acquaintance or a friend. What matters is that you broke the mould you were in that wasn’t allowing you to fully express yourself. Now your voice represents the true you.

If you want to start speaking freely in a safe space, I’ll see you next Friday.

‘Those thoughts you usually have in you mind, are now in your tongue.’ – Socrates Petrides

Look how happy people are when they're liberated... Courtesy of David Blackwell

Look how happy people are when they’re liberated…
Courtesy of David Blackwell

Author: Clara Gonzalez

Your intimate self vs your technological projection

The Battle Between Line and Ego, Introduction to Let’s Face It

At what point do we place ourselves under the title of Artist simply because we create, instead of creating because we exist?

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Art, for me, is like Meditation. It’s a personal search that provides undivided attention to the Intimate Self. A map that tracks the most honest reflection of my world and all the feelings that come with it.

If I was not pouring these feelings onto paper or canvas I fear that I too would be over contributing to the worlds endless supply of Facebook status’s, Tweet’s and Instagram posts; slowly loosing myself to my own Technological Projection. These projections have to this day become a vast sea of over consumed duplicates. Propped up, cropped and filtered in order to represent the simple fact that we exist. It is almost as if we are all rehearsing for a role within our own society, and everyone is living in response to the perception of a wider online audience.

With our online social ego’s gradually replacing physical reality, I feel there is no better time to roll out the Let’s Face It Project. Which is designed to not only confront the ideals of creativity and artistic status, but also pose a simple and yet challenging question…

Has your online Technological Projection pressed Ctrl+Alt+Delete on your Intimate Self?

This project, in collaboration with Prowl House and the amazing Lisa Luxx, will now roll out on a global scale, and I would love for you all to Get Involved!

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Let’s Face It is just as much about finding yourself as it is about creating yourself. Literally. There is a certain type of battle that occurs when one creates, a battle between line and ego, and it is this battle that I am most interested in. A blank sheet of paper I consider to be way more terrifying than any camera. It will fill you with a sort of delightful horror. This freedom and it’s endless possibility is terrifying, and yet filled with the ability to Romp. Each touch will breathe you, and each mark will become a map of creative contemplation, like telling a secret. The physical connection between ones hand and the work itself holds within it the most pure form artistic integrity. Held within each and every mark is the perfect reproduction of presence in time and space. Each touch a feeling felt, and captured forever in it’s most tactile form. This type of connection is one that you create within yourself. It is a creative thread that states “I am the Artist, as well as the Art.”

Your role is simply this. To be the artist and the art.

Make Your Mark:

1) Complete two Self Portraits (without the use of technology):

One portrait depicting your Online Technological Projection & the other depicting your Intimate Self.

For many of you, your Online Technological Projection may well be the most prominent. For the wide majority this is the version of ourselves we place before the wider online audience, concerned with Ego, and only willing to show a contrived expression of our ideal self.

Where as our Intimate Self; well really this is going to be different for everyone I guess… My own version is always driven by feeling and an out pouring of pure emotion. Perhaps yours will not be figurative at all? I am excited to find out!

I know firsthand what that little voice in your head may be blurting out at this point…“But you can’t draw, you wouldn’t even know where to start…” “You’re no artist…” 

* If you are finding that voice is overpowering you try this…

Draw with your non preferred hand, or blind fold yourself.  Being in control is never ideal for creativity. In fact this project has nothing to do with being the perfect artist at all. What is a good artist anyway?

There is no formula to art. Art is simply feeling, and this is why so many find it so difficult… Because feeling is terrifying. I give you permission to be terrified!!

There are no critics, no judges and you can remain anonymous if you wish. Now, allow yourself to run ramped across the page, because each mark you make, is a little piece of you that says “This is me!”

2) Size/Orientation:

I would love to include every portrait I receive within the final body of work, and so have to be quite specific about size and material in order to accommodate everyone.

Please complete both portraits in on an A4 flat surface (21.0 x 29.7 cm) and in Portrait orientation.

3) Medium:

All mediums accepted however please refrain from sending photographs. Remember this project is reliant on your ability to trace a feeling in tactile form.

4) Other Info:

For each of your portraits please clearly label which is the Online Technological Projection and which is the Intimate Self.

Also Attach:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Geographical Location (Town, State and Country)

You may also wish to tell me about your experience in completing the project. Perhaps you found a new part of yourself in the process. I am also interested in what you found the most difficult? Which version of yourself was the hardest to complete? Why you chose to create in the method you did?

5) Send Your Work:

Please follow the guidelines below when scanning and sending your work.

Orientation: Portrait (21.0 x 29.7 cm)
Resolution: 300dpi
Colour: SRGB
File Type: JPG or TIFF

Attach your scanned file and send to:

6)  Due Date & The Big Picture:

Send your entries between 10th July and 30th September 2015. The final piece will be published in Prowl’s Evolve issue COMING SOON!

By taking part in the Let’s Face It project, you are here by agreeing that you are the artist as well as the art, and that you are powerful beyond measure! You are accepting that this project is about finding yourself and creating/recreating yourself and therefore accept that the journey may take you on a creative and emotional roller coaster where line will battle ego. By sending your work to you are agreeing that your work will be one of many creative threads coming together to form a whole creative consciousness, tackling the ideals of creativity and artistic status and may therefore be used as part of exhibitions, articles and/ or stories in relation to the Let’s Face It project.

Author: Korynn Morrison of Art is to Exist

Rikyrah Snow’s inspiring guide to managing your human body

Are you breathing properly? How do your lungs feel today? How’s your heart? Have you fed it all the nutrients it needs? Did you dance yet today? Or stretch? Or were you too busy working to notice your body?

“We work our butts off every single day and for what?” asks Rikyrah Snow, AKA Soul Revo, “to live a satisfied life”. What some people get so wrong, while wrapped up in the lunacy of the modern world, is that they live to work. Committing ones body to the actions that earn that crust we survive on. In most careers, those actions don’t differ much from day to day.

As a writer, it’s easy to think one is reaching their full potential when sat cranking fingers over a flat keyboard for nigh on 8 hours every day. Let’s state the obvious problems with this first: lack of exercise, stagnant stimuli, minimal day light or fresh air. The less obvious is how stillness can sabotage emotional health, clarity and ambition.

Fresh from typing all day I met Rikyrah at Elderberries on Sunset Blvd – a cafe which nourishes both the heart, mind and belly – she was arriving to teach an ayurvedic dance class. She’s the kind of teacher that threatens to come over and put her finger under your nose to check your breathing. And thus, the kind of teacher whom stays in your mind when you’re 5,437 miles away and not breathing properly.


Soul Revo is all about taking deep nourishing breathes. “Breath gives oxygen to the brain which gives oxygen to the body, which creates that sense of calm and relaxation and ability to handle anything.”

As an outstandingly anxious human, setting the focus on my breath as an anchor into the tumultuous sea of my body has steadied my rocking mind. If you find your head wandering through barbed wires into terrain that won’t serve you, simply ask yourself, am I breathing properly? Do three minutes of breathing slow and deep, then return to ‘normal’ – staying conscious of the air going in and out. You’ll feel in control, more than anything.


“I was on a set with a vegan, reiki healer and we saw two donuts sitting there. We were talking about food and how ironic it was that these donuts were taunting us but we decided to be bigger than that. The person who got the donuts was a police officer. Donuts shut off the pineal gland because you’ve got the gluten and the sugar which creates acid and messes up the brain.” She notes that your gurus and shamans are figures of authority but they eat from Mother Earth and wouldn’t hurt a fly.

When it comes to fast food joints, Rikyrah poses the thought: “You’re spending that money you’ve worked hard for. You put those dollars in the hand of a cashier, you put the food in your mouth and its supposed to benefit and justify everything that you’re doing.” Does it?

However, don’t beat yourself up for eating junk. “If you’re not surrounded by healthy food then you just give thanks and appreciation and gratitude that the nutrients in what your about to eat will benefit you in some way. Never be hard on yourself for what you put in your body. Treat yourself as if you’re an infant; if a child does something wrong would you scream at them, no. As long as theirs an understanding you did something wrong you can get back on track.”

Rikyrah Snow at work

Rikyrah Snow at work


Our bodies are built to graft. We are predators after all. Movement can have such a profound effect on our psyche because it’s how we find expression in the channel that homes our existence. If you can’t connect with meditation then shake your butt through your mornings. Rikyrah recalls the power of dance:

“I was dancing ballroom the other night and I’d never danced ballroom before but I just trusted my body and picked it up as I went. I was in a vortex of movement and my partner said I’m gonna dip you, trust me. And I just let go. He triple dipped me. That’s something I’ve never done. On the third one he brought me up and I felt like a whole new woman. I’d trusted myself completely so nothing could stop me.”

She also mentions that stretching is very important for emotional release. Have a routine where your stretch out your body before you head out for the day. You’ll look a million times more comfortable, chilled and tall. You’ll find you fit your body and feel stronger.


“Do you call yourself a moron or do you call yourself a god/dess?” Rikyrah asks me. I have started to learn to love myself through the love my lover gives me. The voice in my consciousness that calls me out when I done ‘bad’ is slowly be replaced by this gorgeously kind loving voice that tells me how on fire I am. There are two beasts within us all, the one that loves us and the one that doesn’t – which beast do you feed?

Start your day by saying “I am going to rock today, it’s going to be awesome” and believe yourself. You’ll feel lighter. You’ll move with gusto, eat gracious and giving foods and remember to anchor yourself in that breath. Because it all comes from the first step; trusting yourself to be the best.

Now go forth and feel damn good to be human, you seriously deserve it.

Soul Revo can teach you how to move and upkeep your wellness in the realest way. Groove with her on Skype or in person. Contact Rikyrah at to find out more.

Rikyrah will also be taking over our Luxury Drugs section in Prowl. So hold tight for some mind expanding recipes!

Author: Lisa Luxx of Prowlhouse
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“Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him.”


Thank you to all the honeys and homies with whom we’ve sipped mushroom champagne, jammed until dawn and stopped traffic for the sake of shaking things up. Without you we’d never have caused scandal in the papers with lewd illustrations, taught tech CEO’s the way to be human or gone global with a magazine that is all about honesty. Best part is, we’re only just warming up. Hope you dig our new website; the evolution is happening.

with light, Lisa Luxx