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Archive: April, 2012
Wow it Was MAGIC out there today!!! SUUUUPER intense rush experiencing 2 hours at the helm, fighting the wind through a small lightning storm! (more…)
When I personally think of Tantric sex I think of a deep intimate connection on a spiritual level that really shifts and moves. It’s a healing experience, and it’s not just during intercourse or a sexual act — it’s all the time.
Are you seeing yourself in your partner? Subconsciously we don’t choose our partners because we’ll live happily ever after — because we dont — who does? We keep seeing magazine articles: “Live happily ever after” or “Make it all better” or “What’s wrong with your relationship”, well it’s not. When something’s “wrong” with your relationship it’s SO right, because thats where you break open your soul. Thats where you let go of the triggers of the old wounds. Thats the gift that that person brings to you.
So being able to commit in such a way and intentionally with another person throughout all of your life, not just in the moment, or for a few months or just while youre having sex, or just when you’re getting along, but always committing to taking it higher on a spiritual level, to really looking at yourself, to being willing to be so vulnerable… really its a crucible… the ultimate playground for transformation. And that extends into the bedroom.”
~Light up your Life with Passion & Sensuality~Goddess Oceana
by The Weekly Vibe
Just for Now, without asking how, let yourself sink into stillness. Just for now, lay down the weight you so patiently bear upon your shoulders. Feel the earth receive you, and the infinite expanse of the sky grow even wider as your awareness reaches up to meet it. Just for now, allow a wave of breath to enliven your experience. Breathe out whatever blocks you from the truth. Just for now, be boundless, free, with awakened energy tingling in your hands and feet. Drink in the possibility of being who and what you really are – so fully alive that the world looks different, newly born and vibrant, just for now.
~ Danna Faulds
On the eve of the big tax day in the USA I’m finding myself rethinking this fanciful second passport idea. Its a strange idea that popped into my head as a teenager that it would be useful to have a bunch of shiny passports to wave at passport control and not be stuck with the travel limitations of my African one, and that having multiple countries to choose from would free me. South Africa is pretty far away from the rest of the world so growing up here a lot of South Africans cant wait to get out and see the world. But its expensive to fly out and few first world countries will have you for very long. To hold an EU or US passport symbolised freedom. This idea, this dream is now completely out of date with the realities of whats going on in the ever crumbling first world. (more…)
Made by women in India rescued from forced prostitution seeking to rebuild their lives. Proceeds from the sales of PUNJAMMIES provide fair-trade wages, savings accounts, and holistic recovery care.
The Great Elephant – The world’s largest mechanical animal. It can carry up to 49 passengers at a time for a 45 minute walk. Built in France as part of the Machines of the Isle of Nantes, an art and culture show full of dream and fantasy. 12 meter high x 8 meter wide the mechanical elephant was cobbled together using 45 tons of reclaimed wood and steel. I’m not sure what fuel it uses but smoke comes out of its trunk.
I would love to LIVE in it!
Anyone who is in love is making love the whole time, even when they’re not. When two bodies meet, it is just the cup overflowing. They can stay together for hours, even days. They begin the dance one day and finish it the next, or–such is the pleasure they experience–they may never finish it. No eleven minutes for them.
― Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes
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