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tantragoddessuma:

Egoless sex is when you approach your partner with reverence. You see Spirit in a temple of beauty. Your heart worships in silence before you speak.You realize the sacredness of yours too. You open all the portals to your temple for your beloved to enter.~Kamal Gabry | Art by Ines Honfi

tantragoddessuma:

Egoless sex is when you approach your partner with reverence. You see Spirit in a temple of beauty. Your heart worships in silence before you speak.

You realize the sacredness of yours too. You open all the portals to your temple for your beloved to enter.
~Kamal Gabry | Art by Ines Honfi

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asylum-art:

Torkil Gudnason: Body Vase

A. Galerie, Paris

Artist & Agency - Torkil Gudnason - Fine Art : Lookbooks

Torkil Gudnason’s Body Vase juxtaposes flora with human curves, eroticism with innocence, and nature with it’s inherent beauty and allure. There is a quality of mysterious fascination within these images - they are charged with a charm that accompanies temptation. The soft, intimate lighting comes from shooting exclusively with daylight – and allows the viewer into a small, private world consisting only of photographer and model.

His images have drama and a sculptural quality that brings to mind the heft and simplicity of Henry Moore or Modigliani - “I  like distortion as a sculptural effect,” he says. 

Shot over a period of nine months, Body Vase brings together two passions for Torkil – flowers and the human form. It is remarkable that these images were created in-camera, with very little retouching – lending the increased power of authenticity to these images, and leaving us wondering at the beauty that exists within this world.

vivalaresurreccion:

Kybele (cybele)

Kybele (cybele) Anatolian Earth GoddessAs a deity connected to the concerns of women, as a healer, and as a protector from enemies, Cybele was often associated with Rhea, mother of Zeus and Demeter. Cybele is known by serveral epithets, such as Magna Mater and Mater Deum.Early depictions show her first as a lump of black stone, then as an earth mother.Zeus, it is said, let fall in his sleep seed upon the ground, which in course of time sent up a Daimon, with two sexual organs, male and female. They call the daimon Agdistis [Kybele, Cybele]. But the gods, fearing Agdistis, cut off the male organ. There grew up from it an almond-tree with its fruit ripe, and a daughter of the river Saggarios (Sangarius), they say, took the fruit and laid it in her bosom, when it at once disappeared, but she was with child. A boy was born, and exposed, but wastended by a he-goat. As he grew up his beauty was more than human, and Cybele fell in love with him. When he had grown up, Attis was sent by his relatives to Pessinos, that he might wed the king’s daughter. The marriage-song was being sung, when Cybele appeared, and Attis went mad and cut off his genitals, as also did he who was giving him his daughter in marriage. But Cybele repented of what she had done to Attis, and persuaded Zeus to grant the body of Attis should neither rot at all nor decay. These are the most popular forms of the legend of Attis.

vivalaresurreccion:

Kybele (cybele)

Kybele (cybele) Anatolian Earth Goddess
As a deity connected to the concerns of women, as a healer, and as a protector from enemies, Cybele was often associated with Rhea, mother of Zeus and Demeter. Cybele is known by serveral epithets, such as Magna Mater and Mater Deum.Early depictions show her first as a lump of black stone, then as an earth mother.
Zeus, it is said, let fall in his sleep seed upon the ground, which in course of time sent up a Daimon, with two sexual organs, male and female. They call the daimon Agdistis [Kybele, Cybele]. But the gods, fearing Agdistis, cut off the male organ. There grew up from it an almond-tree with its fruit ripe, and a daughter of the river Saggarios (Sangarius), they say, took the fruit and laid it in her bosom, when it at once disappeared, but she was with child. A boy was born, and exposed, but wastended by a he-goat. As he grew up his beauty was more than human, and Cybele fell in love with him. When he had grown up, Attis was sent by his relatives to Pessinos, that he might wed the king’s daughter. The marriage-song was being sung, when Cybele appeared, and Attis went mad and cut off his genitals, as also did he who was giving him his daughter in marriage. But Cybele repented of what she had done to Attis, and persuaded Zeus to grant the body of Attis should neither rot at all nor decay. These are the most popular forms of the legend of Attis.