classics:

magai:

via Malena Mazza
zolloc:

oswra
nevver:

Surf’s up
since-1991:

Blow your mind by Daehyun Kim/ untrustyou

since-1991:

Blow your mind by Daehyun Kim
/ untrustyou

(Source: diabase, via classics)

nemfrog:

Fig. 16. Eutima. 1888.

nemfrog:

Fig. 16. Eutima. 1888.

(via scientificillustration)

(Source: beesandbombs, via aumunlimited)

ihavenohonor:

The Sri Yantra (sacred instrument) or Sri Chakra (sacred wheel) is an auspicious and powerful diagram of sacred geometry from the Tantric tradition. It represents the Goddess in her form as Shri Lalita or Tripura Sundari. It’s design of upward and downward facing interlocking triangles represent the intersection of the divine Masculine (Shiva) and the divine Feminine (Shakti), with greater emphasis on the feminine as the source or birth canal through which the manifest universe of matter and forms is birthed from the Unmanifest. It is a geometric representation of that which quantum physics tries to understand…the interplay between matter and space. Meditating upon the Sri Yantra is said to be tremendously beneficial and powerful.

ihavenohonor:

The Sri Yantra (sacred instrument) or Sri Chakra (sacred wheel) is an auspicious and powerful diagram of sacred geometry from the Tantric tradition. It represents the Goddess in her form as Shri Lalita or Tripura Sundari. It’s design of upward and downward facing interlocking triangles represent the intersection of the divine Masculine (Shiva) and the divine Feminine (Shakti), with greater emphasis on the feminine as the source or birth canal through which the manifest universe of matter and forms is birthed from the Unmanifest. It is a geometric representation of that which quantum physics tries to understand…the interplay between matter and space. Meditating upon the Sri Yantra is said to be tremendously beneficial and powerful.

buonfresco:

Queen Nefertari being led by Isis, ca. 1279-1213 B.C., Egyptian

buonfresco:

Queen Nefertari being led by Isis, ca. 1279-1213 B.C., Egyptian

(Source: metmuseum.org)

(Source: tierramarga, via gh2u)

“All feelings that gather you up and lift you are pure. If they twist and tear at your being, they are not. All tenderness you may feel for your childhood is good. Every emotion that makes more of you than you have ever been, even in your best hours, is good. Every intensification is good, if it seizes you entire and is not an intoxication or delusion, but a joy you can see into, clear to the bottom. Do you understand what I mean?”
Rainer Maria Rilke, from Letters to a Young Poet (via litafficionado)

(via mermanonfire)

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