Erotic Activism/Eco Pornography!

Fuck for forest is an erotic, non-profit ecological organization. 

“What is moral, when we do not respect nature? War and nature destruction is normalized, while public lovemaking and nudity is considered offensive and criminalized.“Sexuality and sexual pleasure is one of our greatest gifts and an essential force of nature.”

“Could it be that we reflect our relationship to our inner nature, in how we connect to nature outside us?”

“Maybe we could get over some moral issues about our bodies need to be hidden away or censured, or that sex should be private. We could explore our bodies and sexuality for pleasure, self-development and sexual healing for our planet. Sometimes the people making control, war and nature destruction are the same fuckers suppressing our freedom and sexuality. ”

“Free love, free minds and free bodies are anarchy, and a threat to a society based on power.”

 
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Divine Expression, Goddess Worship

This performance completely shifted my gears. Stunning example of Devotional Dance…. Empowered Embodiment….Focus and Flow…

Apsara @ Tribal Fest 13 – YouTube.

Ganesh Mantra~Our Morning Medicine

For the last week, my Sun Cielo and I have been sitting with this Mantra before we start our day. Ganesha the Obstacle Breaker, Lord of the Root Chakra, Bringing about Change.

Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha

“This mantra invokes the Lord Ganesha to remove every impediment in your life and in your works. By constant meditation on this mantra, all obstacles and blocked energy in your physical and astral bodies are released.”

Ganesh Mantra – Obstacle Breaker (STROBE) – YouTube.

Shedding

“Although shedding is difficult for all of us, for a woman to shed what has falsely hidden her more authentic experience is a great liberation. The freedom felt after the loss of persona is spiritually nourishing, and the creativity released from within can be enormous, allowing her to create herself in a more ‘true’ form. This is the process I am calling female shamanism—an ongoing shedding of false selves in favor of the active development of more authentic forms of expression.”
“The snake is the ancient totem of women all over the world and speaks to the lunar nature of feminine biological evolution. A woman’s natural timing is cyclical, circular, spiral, nonlinear, and nonrational. Women need to replace their crystllized identities, as these shatter or dissolve through the shamanic process, with a deliberately fluid ego-identity. If a woman can begin to appreciate and cultivate the value of an identity that is always changing, continually in flux, never completely solid, she begins to align with what shamans and Buddhists describe as ‘reality.’ Those with the sight to see into the world of energy, see that everythong is made of energy, and energy is always in motion. The rest of the world is practicing to become able to accept and tolerate this vision of reality, which is in conflict with the one we were originally taught to believe.”
~ Vicki Noble from Shakti Woman: Feeling Our Fire, Healing Our World – The New Female Shamanism

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Vows of the Priestess

I choose to walk my path fearlessly

To live with my Heart wide open

To be Grateful for my experiences

Which led me straight into the arms of the Goddess

And taught me compassion for all things

To forgive and forgive and forgive again

While maintaining the boundaries of my own Sacredness

Not resisting life, but allowing it to be

To accept and embrace it

And transmute my fear and suffering into Joy

And just by Being,

give others permission to do the same.

To know that everyone is a mirror

Reflecting the light of the Goddess

All with Truth at the core of their being

All unique, all beautiful, all different aspects of Her.

Source: Ariadnes Temple

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butterflies flutterby… sipping turtle tears… helping them to multiply… for years and years and years..

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Butterflies Sipping turtle Tears

In Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park, butterflies sip a yellow-spotted river turtle’s tears. The mineral-rich liquid helps the insects reproduce. In exchange, the reptile gets a good eye-cleaning.
Photo by Pete Oxford/Minden Pictures