Only Dancing ...

Anima Energy

wellspring ... la source!


from the Censr archive ... ;) Her eyes the glow-worm lend thee, The shooting-stars attend thee; And the elves also, Whose little eyes glow, Like the sparks of fire, befriend thee. Robert Herrick

She comes in colours everywhere

... she's a rainbow. "The nameless was the beginning of Heaven and Earth; The named was the mother of the myriad creatures. Hence always rid yourself of desires in order to observe its secrets; But always allow yourself to have desires in order to observe its manifestations. These two are the same But diverge in name as they issue forth. Being the same they are called mysteries, Mystery upon mystery - The gateway of the manifold secrets." - from Lao Tzu, 'Tao Te Ching' "To destroy an undesirable rate of mental vibration, put into operation the Principle of Polarity and concentrate upon the opposite pole to that which you desire to suppress. Kill out the undesirable by changing its polarity."-The Kybalion. ... and finally, thanks to Esther (Sensual) for inspiration and the use of her wonderful image ... this sequence may continue ... hermetic, jungian, taoist ... personal growth and healing ... the wounded healer ... the spiral path ... hegelian dialectic ... polarity ... platonic absolutes live in the world of ideas, duality in the world of substantial existence ... I better stop there. another one from the archives .... :)

In dreams ...

... the desire of the moth for the star ... (phrase borrowed from Shelley)

Silver Surfer


the joy of CGI

Devi - dancing the vortex

view large!

Dream: the guide in the grove

In the beginning... from another time, another place ... :)))) images just keep leaking through!

Pomegranate in Hell

"Persephone spent part of the year above ground with her mother but returned to her husband each winter (for she had grown rather fond of him and enjoyed her role as Queen of the Underworld). Spring represents the return of the eternally youthful Persephone to our world each year."


"The great god, Maheshvara, never delights with a wife distinct from his own self ... The joy within him is called the Goddess." Kurma Purana, quoted in Stella Kramrisch, 1981
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