satori is a magazine and volunteer operation that donates its revenue to charities working with mental health and meditation. it features contributions that deal with finding calm amongst a world that elicits anxiety.



a palliative care specialist provides the foreword to this new issue of Satori, and reminds us to revel in the sensations of everyday life, to enjoy this moment over what came before us or what may or may not lie ahead of us. Some great photography is included in the issue, especially that of Jack Symes, whose urban portraiture captures fleeting glimpses of people in the gloom of cities, and that of Olivia Estebanez who brilliantly displays lines and curves of nature while following indigenous horse breeds around the world. Meanwhile there are excellent written contributions too from David Griffin, Lawrence Torcello and Parneet Pal in what we think is their best edition yet.
// september’s magazine of the month //

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issue #2 of Satori – “the issue of change” looks at the most permanent of all changes: death. contributing to this issue are philosophy professor, lawrence torcello; buddhist emma slade; essayist pico iyer and author and near-death experiencer anita moorjani. Super nature photography is featured throughout the issue including the mesmerising work of recent LCC graduate, sara sandri, and of scottish photographer, james wright; and there’s a thought-provoking essay on aesthetics.

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