Goddesses in me
In 2021, I received a message in a dream that I have to balance 2 elements in my life: fire and water. These elements were presented to me in the form of 2 feminine archetypes: A fierce, fiery goddess (like Pele, the Hawaiian deity of fire and volcanos) and a mermaid-like, go-with-the-flow ocean goddess. The fire element is my old friend, although a calm flame easily ignites in a wildfire. Water and I had to reacquaint.
Her name was Shy Pele
Maybe it is not the destructiveness of the volcano that pleases most, though everyone loves a conflagration, but its defiance of the law of gravity to which every inorganic mass is subject. What pleases first at the sight of the plant world is its vertical upward direction. That is why we love trees. Perhaps we attend to a volcano for its elevation, like ballet. How high the molten rocks soar, how far above the mushrooming cloud. The thrill is that the mountain blows itself up, even if it must then, like a dancer, return to earth; even it it does not simply descend—it falls, falls on us. But first it goes up, it flies. Whereas everything pulls, drags down. Down.
© House of body art
The water element is underrepresented in me. So I decided to make a tribute to her and become her. During a couple of weeks, I submerged myself in this creative process. I discovered that she is not per se a soft and caring personality; she's also fierce. Don't be fooled by her looks. She has been known to seduce many sailors with her sweet voice.
Man... I feel like a woman
She moves like a green silk snake, awakening ancestors and relatives, confusing women, exciting men who do not realize how I scorn them; or how I dance for their frightened unawakened, sweet women. She dances for the love of Venus.
The Moon and the Virgin
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