Category Archives: Feminitate

Geneza uitata – Gaia

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Tot aveam nedumerirea asta. Am simtit natura si tot ceea ce este viu ca fiind de esenta feminina, dar totusi Pamantul pe care-l protejam era masculin. Acum cred ca m-am prins 🙂 . Uite ce zice nenea Radu Cinamar:

Ceea ce oamenii si traditia esoterica numesc Gaia, ca fiind „spiritul planetei”, se refera de fapt la componenta bioenergetica a acesteia, la viata care exista si se manifesta la suprafata ei si, de asemenea, in interior. Tocmai de aceea, Gaia este mai curand asimilata sufletului planetei, care implica viata si dinamicitatea ei. Pe de alta parte, spiritul planetei este chiar constiinta care a creat toate acestea si care reprezinta planeta insasi, fiind de natura masculina. Observatia este importanta in contextul intelegerii legilor manifestarii, unde totul este polar opus. Asadar, spiritul de natura masculina al unei planete, ce creeaza liniile de forta pe baza carora aceasta se formeaza, ii corespunde o natura feminina, care este sufletul planetei ce sustine si dezvolta viata.

Cartea a lamurit si nenumarate alte aspecte de natura tehnica legate de trecutul omenirii, dar ma voi limita aici si acum la bucatica asta.

Sursa: Radu Cinamar – Geneza uitata

Cercul vietii III

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Vorba indienilor hopi, cand se intalnesc: „tine-ti deschisa partea de sus a capului”.

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Prefer sa daruiesc iubire fiecarui pas fals, fiecarei caderi, fiecarei greseli, fiecarei boacane. Cine s-o faca daca nu eu? Continue reading Cercul vietii III

Cercul vietii I

 

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Cautarea viziunii in viata cotidiana

Sunt nenumarati cei care, inainte de mine, si-au intreprins propria „cautare a viziunii”!Eu pur si simplu am urmat aceeasi intentie ca si ei – chiar daca forma in care o faceam era infinit mai putin dura decat hanblecheya (cautarea viziunii) indienilor Sioux.

Acel ritual traditional consta in retragerea in natura – pe un munte, intr-o pestera sau in desert – pentru a capata o viziune care avea sa serveasca drept directie in viata pentru persoana respectiva. Uneori aceasta era capabila sa-si inteleaga viziunea si sa o interpreteze singura. Alteori insa era nevoie de ajutorul batranilor sau al samanilor pentru a-i gasi sensul. Era necesar de fiecare data ca acea persoana sa fie insotita, cel putin la nivel psihic si emotional. Tanarul incepea prin ritualul purificarii in sweet-lodge (coliba de aburi), unde se desfasura inipi (purificare), inainte de a veni sa se aseze printre batranii tribului, care il pregateau pentru cautare si il asigurau ca ii vor insoti demersul prin rugaciunile si prin vigilenta lor. Apoi il trimiteau la locul sacru, care era uneori o groapa sapata in varful unei coline, unde trebuia sa ramana patru zile, fara sa manance sau sa bea, gol, acoperit doar cu o simpla patura. Unii ramaneau chiar mai mult de patru zile.

Femeile puteau si ele sa-si intreprinda „cautarea viziunii”, dar aceasta nu dura decat doua zile – caci a fost intotdeauna recunoscut ca femeile sunt mult mai aproape, prin insasi natura lor, de lumea spiritului… Continue reading Cercul vietii I

The Great Cosmic Mother III

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The Great Goddess was the Mother of Wild Animals. The inner recesses and womb-walls of the caverns were alive with magic pictures of her beasts. She was herself an animal, all the animals; in many of the early images she wears an animal mask. As in ancient Chinese Taoism, so in Western pagan religions, the female principle was the transforming animal, the energy of metamorphosis and hence evolution. The brilliant rush of European animal imagery, from Cro-Magnon through Celtic, Nordic, and Teutonic art, and incorporated into medieval bestiaries and illuminated manuscripts, expressed this primal dynamic vision of evolutionary energy as a surge of spirit into multitudinous forms. The Goddess kept her various animal shapes for many thousands of years, among them the doe, the owl, the hare, the vulture, the pig, the cow, the wild mare, the lioness, the crow, the crane, the salmon, the jackal, the hermaphroditic snail, the serpent, the wren, the butterfly and the chrysallis, the spider. Continue reading The Great Cosmic Mother III

The Great Cosmic Mother II

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William Irwin Thompson writes,

The sacred is the emotional force which connects the part to the whole; the profane or the secular is that which has been broken off from, or has fallen from, its emotional bond to the universe. Religare means to bind up, and the traditional task of religion has been to bind up the pieces that have broken away from the ecstatic Oneness. Continue reading The Great Cosmic Mother II

The Great Cosmic Mother I

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Modern sickness is that of disconnection, the ego unable to feel an organic part of the world, except via chemical and popular culture addictions. But when the healers—the physicians of mind and body—do not know themselves what it is we need to be connected to, how can they solve the syndrome of disconnection? When the ego lets itself go, sinks down into the oceanic all-oneness of the beginning, and its peace—the shrinks call this “regression”! They have virtually defined “maturemindedness” as a state of permanent alienation—the I chronically differentiated from the All. What this amounts to is that “the mature mind” is the male mind, rejecting his mother. Within Western culture, whenever the “doors of perception” open ever so little to let us catch a glimpse of the holographic cosmic mind within us—we are in danger of being locked up for psychiatric observation, and given tranquilizers and other “cures.” The established patriarchal institutions all have a vested interest in keeping the individual mind disconnected from the experience of cosmic oneness, because this disconnection is patriarchy. The bulk of patriarchal industries—drugs, alcohol, entertainment media, fashion and cosmetics, pornography, the tourist business, polyester-suited politics, drive-in religious sermons, interstate freeway systems, you name it—exist and profit solely by selling momentary diversions to multitudes of “quietly desperate people,” seeking anesthetic escape from the pain of personal alienation. Continue reading The Great Cosmic Mother I