spir, v. (Latin, spir-, to breathe)
a'ka'sha, v. the self-caused, undifferentiated substance from which all extended and
non-extended substances derive. Not limited to space; comprised of infinite
dimensions and corresponding possibilities of movement, both material and spiritual. the fount of energy and potential that gives rise to and nourishes
the five elements; Earth, Air, Fire, Water & Spirit.
Spir*a'ka'sha, v. to breathe, everything.
n. 1. an invitation to participate in a story within a story and infinitude.
2. an interactive and sensory stimulating environment, situated around
the five elements and the various traditions surrounding each.
3. an investigation of these traditions with the intention of creating a new
4. an exhibition by the Crow and The Wolf, missionaries of alternative