Ayana Kanda,  Northern Ballet’s Madame Butterfly. Photo: Jason Tozer (via: balletnews.co)

Ayana Kanda,  Northern Ballet’s Madame Butterfly. Photo: Jason Tozer (via: balletnews.co)


Ayana Kanda,  Northern Ballet’s Madame Butterfly. Photo: Jason Tozer (via: dehelderebron.nl)

Ayana Kanda,  Northern Ballet’s Madame Butterfly. Photo: Jason Tozer (via: dehelderebron.nl)


Ayana Kanda,  Northern Ballet’s Madame Butterfly. Photo: Jason Tozer (via: spystudio.co)

Ayana Kanda,  Northern Ballet’s Madame Butterfly. Photo: Jason Tozer (via: spystudio.co)


Herbert von Karajan- CD 2 - 16 Edvard Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite Nr. 1 | Classic Karajan


The Fragile Series

Tanya La Mantia (via: handfulofsalt.com)  HERE  and HERE


Sans Titre, photography by Fabienne Cresens  HERE

Sans Titre, photography by Fabienne Cresens  HERE


Photographer: Hossein Zare (via: illusionscene360.com and 123inspiration.com)


View of Auvers, 1873
Paul Cezanne

View of Auvers, 1873

Paul Cezanne

On the further bank the willows wept in perpetual lamentation, their hair about their shoulders.

~Virginia Woolf,  from A Room of One’s Own 

Seen in the gardens of Le Clos Lucé in Amboise, France, the mansion where Leonardo da Vinci lived the final three years of his life. (via: penwren on flickr)

 

On the further bank the willows wept in perpetual lamentation, their hair about their shoulders.

~Virginia Woolf,  from A Room of One’s Own 


Seen in the gardens of Le Clos Lucé in Amboise, France, the mansion where Leonardo da Vinci lived the final three years of his life. (via: penwren on flickr)

 


parkstepp:

I don’t mind
J. Krishnamurti, the great Indian philosopher and spiritual teacher, spoke and travelled almost continually all over the world for more than fifty years attempting to convey through words…that which is beyond words. At one of his talks in the later part of his life, he surprised his audience by asking, “Do you want to know my secret?”
Everyone became very alert. Many people in the audience had been coming to listen to him for twenty or thirty years and still failed to grasp the essence of his teaching. Finally, after all these years, the master would give them the key to understanding.
“This is my secret,” he said. “I don’t mind what happens.”
Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth – Awakening to your Life’s Purpose’
From my partner @marseelee

parkstepp:

I don’t mind

J. Krishnamurti, the great Indian philosopher and spiritual teacher, spoke and travelled almost continually all over the world for more than fifty years attempting to convey through words…that which is beyond words. At one of his talks in the later part of his life, he surprised his audience by asking, “Do you want to know my secret?”

Everyone became very alert. Many people in the audience had been coming to listen to him for twenty or thirty years and still failed to grasp the essence of his teaching. Finally, after all these years, the master would give them the key to understanding.

“This is my secret,” he said. “I don’t mind what happens.”

Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth – Awakening to your Life’s Purpose’

From my partner @marseelee

Schönbrunner Landschaft, 1916 

Gustav Klimt 


Wisdom Eyes of Buddha (Bodhnath temple eyes)


Description via Symbol Dictionary:  ”Often found painted on the Stupas of Tibetan Buddhism, this symbol represents the all seeing eyes of the Buddha, a symbol of the omnipresent compassion of the Bodhisattvas. The small dot depicted between the eyes represents the third eye, a symbol of spiritual awakening. The curious squiggle between the eyes is the Sanskrit numeral one, symbolizing the unity of all thing”

Wisdom Eyes of Buddha (Bodhnath temple eyes)


Description via Symbol Dictionary:  ”Often found painted on the Stupas of Tibetan Buddhism, this symbol represents the all seeing eyes of the Buddha, a symbol of the omnipresent compassion of the Bodhisattvas. The small dot depicted between the eyes represents the third eye, a symbol of spiritual awakening. The curious squiggle between the eyes is the Sanskrit numeral one, symbolizing the unity of all thing”


Om Mani Padme Hum
Tashi Mannox  (via: DanLeckenby|pinterest)

Om Mani Padme Hum

Tashi Mannox  (via: DanLeckenby|pinterest)




Reconstruction of Wall Decoration from the Temple of Amun at Malqata

Period: New Kingdom
Dynasty 18
Reign of Amenhotep III
Date: ca. 1390–1352 B.C.
Geography: From Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Malqata, Temple of Amun, On Floor in Southwest Corner, MMA 1916–1917
Medium: Faience, modern plaster, gold paint
Dimensions: H. 98.7 cm (38 7/8 in.); W. 73.7 cm (29 in.); D. 3.2 cm (1 1/4 in.)
Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1917
Accession Number: 17.10.1a
Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Reconstruction of Wall Decoration from the Temple of Amun at Malqata

Period: New Kingdom
Dynasty 18
Reign of Amenhotep III
Date: ca. 1390–1352 B.C.
Geography: From Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Malqata, Temple of Amun, On Floor in Southwest Corner, MMA 1916–1917
Medium: Faience, modern plaster, gold paint
Dimensions: H. 98.7 cm (38 7/8 in.); W. 73.7 cm (29 in.); D. 3.2 cm (1 1/4 in.)
Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1917
Accession Number: 17.10.1a
Metropolitan Museum of Art


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Emma
Heidi Oberheide (German/Canadian, 1943-)

Emma

Heidi Oberheide (German/Canadian, 1943-)