". . . no one can know us but ourselves. And that, since we are, all of us, the result of the past, by understanding ourselves we shall discover all knowledge, all wisdom. If these two discoveries do not frighten us, if we think them out fully and recreate ourselves through them, we shall see that our consciousness is obviously the one instrument which can examine, from within, the living being which we are. If we wish to discover the mystery of our human life, we must explore the interior of ourselves. Who can enlighten us about the secret meaning of a reaction, a fleeting emotion, or the half-thoughts which at all times of the day under the pressure of life, constitute at once our substance and the key to ourselves? Who can decipher our inward book, the words of which ever chase time, if not ourselves? And is it necessary to go and consult the wisdom of the ages in order to find out if our hearts are dry, or if we love? . . ." Carlo Suarès - “Krishnamurti and the Unity of Man” Life requires that we create something in which we are totally reflected. But in order to produce enlightened matter, artists must first be aware of the state of chaos within themselves. The term “HEARTWORK OF THE HEADWOMB” refers to the three brain centers of the human body (Intellectual/Emotional/Sexual )functioning in harmony for the greater good. This “cosmically realized” amalgam of humanity is our destiny and most realized state. Over its 90 pages, it is a collective of artworks that speaks across generations, cultures and genres (Social/Artistic/Historic) and illustrates the human victory, sub-human scandal and the depth of esoteric mystery that forms or deforms the human ambition for a “more perfect union” by telling, revising and illuminating.