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No Wonder Lesbianism is on the Rise

By Trina Otero Written March 29, 2014 Published April 4, 2015 [To read this post with visual art, click here] No wonder lesbianism is on the rise. Women find a connection with other women. An appreciation. A sisterhood. A comfort. A deep love and devotion. Soul Love. We see the mother in one another. The … Continue reading No Wonder Lesbianism is on the Rise

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wanderlust, travel writer, poet

Traveling Thoughts

By Trina Otero Every time I take to the road I feel surges of inspirational energy, and I daydream of blank pages to fill. Crisp, white pages in a book just screaming for me to write on. I know where my destination is, but I'm never sure what or who I will encounter along the … Continue reading Traveling Thoughts

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Immortality

By Trina Otero "We already won Trina. We already won. Even if we die tomorrow, our art lives on forever." - Simon Tocclo This quote is for the brave ones. For the ones who spill their hearts to the world; the ones who share their souls; the ones who let their spirits dance. Namaste, T.O. … Continue reading Immortality

new beginnings, create, creativity, art

Chakra Detox Challenge: Day 11 – Focus on New Experiences!

By Trina Otero Day 11: Focus on New Experiences! "Having New Experiences Enhance Your Brain's Neurons' Neural Connections. This will keep Your Mind Young & Vibrant. It gets rid of Old memories, in order to Make Room for New Ones. You will also be Open to Universal Information, which contains Endless Possibilities, because Your Mind … Continue reading Chakra Detox Challenge: Day 11 – Focus on New Experiences!

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No Wonder Lesbianism is on the Rise [with Visual Art]

By Trina Otero No wonder lesbianism is on the rise. Women find a connection with other women. An appreciation. A sisterhood. A comfort. A deep love and devotion. Soul Love. We see the mother in one another. The sister, the aunt, the cousin, the best friend, the lover. We see ourselves. We see the artist, … Continue reading No Wonder Lesbianism is on the Rise [with Visual Art]

intentional art, set intentions

Chakra Detox Challenge: Day 6 – Focus on Your Desires!

By Trina Otero Day 6: Focus on Your Desires! "Visualize Your future Desires being in Your life in the present and act as if You already have Your Desires. Visualizing Your Desires will help you develop Positive Vibrations in Your Habit mind and connects You To a High Vibrational Universal Frequency! This will help You Balance … Continue reading Chakra Detox Challenge: Day 6 – Focus on Your Desires!

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Chakra Detox Challenge: Day 3 – Focus on Self-Talk!

By Trina Otero Day 3: Focus on Self-Talk! "Positive Self-Talk gets You in High Vibrations, which will connect You to a High Vibrational Universal Frequency, which will Attract Positive Vibrations into Your Life! Positive Self-Talk will also help Balance Your Throat Chakra, which is your Fifth Major Chakra, located at Your throat. Visualize Blue, which … Continue reading Chakra Detox Challenge: Day 3 – Focus on Self-Talk!

Brittni DeWeese

Charcoal Drawings by Brittni DeWeese

By Trina Otero I think creatives are some of the bravest people on Earth -- creatives put time and effort into creating a physical manifestation of what they feel within them. If they have the courage, they display these intimate pieces publicly regardless of their fears, because deep down they know the outer world needs … Continue reading Charcoal Drawings by Brittni DeWeese

Akosmopolite

The Artist Knows

By Trina Otero From Lillian Smith’s, The Journey: Art, as is true of all man’s profound experiences, is not for art’s sake, nor for religion’s sake, nor for the sake of beauty nor for any ’cause.’ Art is for man’s sake. The artist creates what he creates for himself as a living part of mankind…because of a … Continue reading The Artist Knows

Trina Otero, Akosmopolite

How Do You Think a Revolution Begins?

By Trina Otero I was younger than 10 years of age when I discovered Ernest Hemingway. His literature and expatriate life whisked me away to a vision.. A vision I would always keep in my mind and heart. I yearned for a group of Lost Generation'ers - I knew I would need to connect with … Continue reading How Do You Think a Revolution Begins?