Athena Constantine Constantinou

The Nature of Reality       

Toolbox for creative awareness and self modulation.

Time and consciousness are drawn together through guided imagery, movement, awareness, breath work and the collective viewing of therapeutic strobe. Unimaginable colours are perceived. Making us aware through direct biofeedback the processes of perception. We will embark upon a journey together holding attention. Guiding that attention, lighting the way. Centred and the centre everywhere.

Telling the Tale

Taming the techno sphere dragon.

Restoring our Joy of the internet. Taming the social media monster through a deeper understanding of virtual communication spaces , the conscious universe and guided meditation. “ Deliver to me your girdle and bind it about the neck of the dragon and be not afeard” the Golden Legend. Jacobus de Voragine 1230.

Gender Expansive Circle

Wider Horizons recognised a desire to speak to those of our gathering who seek a non binary tradition. Is the difference you feel from binary culture , something defined by physical desires and personal psychological needs or is there a sense that society as a whole is changing to accommodate new perspectives of spiritual awareness. We gather to share in safety , building upon our courage with ceremony, understanding, JOY ! and love “


Athena Constantine Constantinou is a modern fine artist, performer and recording artist. Buddhist engineer/inventor Geoff Blundell led her collaboration in the science of biofeedback, audio and visual perception. She has taught, founded an ethical business promoting 100% natural Health/Art/Beauty, released records in Europe and Japan, performed in both traditional theatre, cinema and art spaces, sold her photography and exhibited paintings in European galleries. Her research into consciousness and perception informs and consolidates her life and art. Began association with Scientific and Medical Network in 1994, welcomed as full member in 1999.

“I think that your work is an important contribution to the debate of the role of the artist within society and adds a new take on the artist or art as ‘An instrument of truth’ “ Extract from letter of recommendation written by Matthew Rowe Curatorial officer. Tate Gallery St Ives.