Texas Outlaw Press in association with Spirit World Films present a Texas Outlaw Poet production by Jeff Callaway, titled “INTRO TO CONNECTING WITH ANIMAL SPIRITS.” This video is the first introductory video, for the new playlist called “CONNECTING WITH ANIMAL SPIRITS,” which will consist of 13 videos on connecting with animal spirits. The animals that you will connect with in the playlist include the Bear, Wolf, Fox, Eagle, Owl, Serpent, Frog, Deer, Lion, Crow, Horse , Buffalo and Cat. Each video will contain an animal introduction, followed by a guided shamanic journey into the Lower World to meet each Animal Spirit, and finally a ceremony one can use to continue to contact and connect with that animal spirit in the future.
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Jeff Callaway was born in Athens, Texas in 1976. Since then he has attempted to tour every bar and every jail-house in this great state. Fortunately he shares his experiences through his edgy southern poetry that can be as sultry as Texas itself. Jeff has written five chapbooks and two full-length volumes, all published by Austin publisher Texas Outlaw Press. He has appeared at countless open mics and performed many spoken word events since 2003. He recently had his first art show of original work at the Hal Samples Space Gallery in Deep Ellum, displaying his many multi-media renderings of beer bottles. He currently resides in Tyler, Texas where he continues to perform, write, paint, live and love. "It is my personal opinion that Burroughs, Kerouac & Rimbaud never died. A highly advanced alien civilization abducted them, extracted their DNA, & genetically engineered “Texas Outlaw Poet” Jeff Callaway. His first collection of poems, “Party Fouls”, is a harrowing road-trip through the fragmented Texas psyche of an artist who has truly survived a “season in hell”. Callaway’s “graduate degree” in poetry was earned in the bloodcurdling corridors of Huntsville State Prison. Like Jack Henry Abbott, Paul Verlaine & other “outsider artists” before him — Callaway has brought his “prison ink lessons” and a life spent-on-the-margins into gut-wrenching redemptive cinematic glory. I don’t read poetry. And I read Callaway’s electric collection in one sitting." -C.M. Talkington View more posts