Holotropic Art

A collection of artists influenced by work in Holotropic states of consciousness

Myrto Papadaki

"There is something in pain; in these experiences that have wounded us, in the marks that are not fully healed. They become the openings for inspiration, which is memory, collective experience, the remembrance of wholeness. Some works have suffered a wounded birth. the artwork that is alive allows us a deeper breath; it gives us permission to dream the World anew."

Myrto's work has been influenced by transpersonal psychology, psychedelic research and indigenous traditions that describe life as a movement towards wholeness.

Balazs Toth

A website about work and play and life. In prose and poems. Best enjoyed on a sizeable screen. In English and Magyar. Use the categories below to filter the writings. Panic not!

"Poetry is a very subjective and intimate expression. It's literally your heartbeat. Your rhythm. The song of your soul. It's superconcentrated. It's a dense piece of yourself." - Val Kilmer