Posts Tagged as: Goddess

Feminine flow, unfurling through space

I love the sinuous, kinetic, serpentine, swirling, spiraling movements of these beings expressing fluidity.

The last one is a woman, a Goddess-like artist able to beautifully embody and transmit this sacred quality,

this feminine flow vibrating between the auditory, visual, and tactile dimensions as She unfurls through space.

 feminine flow of the ocean

Cyanea capillata green by Alexander Semenov

feminine flow of the ocean

Cyanea capillata Alexander Semenov

feminine flow

Clione flying by Alexander Semenov

 feminine flow of woman dancing

In Elements of Loïe Fuller, Jody Sperling

 

images-copyThe work I do is extremely visual, but I am not interested in static ‘pictures’. It is visceral, unfolding, morphing, shape-shifting, evolving, erupting, exploding visual stimuli that interest me. There is almost nothing more visually entrancing than coloured lights on moving fabric…The ‘kinetic’ comes from my dance impulse. The urge – the need – to move is what drives me as a choreographer. When you move through space, you displace air and create a wake of spiralling eddies around your body. What the fabric does is render these vortices visible to the eye. The lighting helps sculpt and colour the impression of the movement…When I move in my ‘Loïe’ costume, I often have the impression that I am rendering in 3D form the auditory vibrations pulsing through the air. Kandinsky, the Russian artist and theorist, has a beautiful theory about how colour and music create vibrations which penetrate the soul… ~ Jody Sperling, In Elements of Loïe Fuller, re-imagining her dance movements.

Feminine flow is when I flow, rooted in the soil of my own heart,

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Open to receive this healing vision

It is Women’s History Month and I’m excited to share words from strong women who lived poetic lives. Some quotes reverberate like waves crushing against the shore of my consciousness, bringing new life to the surface, from the depths of being. I love mermaids and I love the depths from where they come from.

“I must be a mermaid…have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living” ~Anais Nin

Mar 7, 2012 | continue reading →

Avatar and the sacred feminine

sacred feminine

Avatar is not just the Na’vi story, it is every indigenous story on mother Earth, with their natural wisdom and connection to nature ridiculed, demonized, and oppressed. The Vatican has, in response to this film, warned everyone against seeing divinity in nature. We have heard this before and are still feeling the devastating effects of such narrow minded thinking. Those deeply rooted in the firm grip of logocentric discourse don’t tire from mocking feelings of reverence, awe and magic found by communing with nature.

Jan 18, 2010 | continue reading →