(Photo by Justin Smith)
2015. november 19., csütörtök
The dancer's body is simply the luminous manifestation of the soul. The true dance is an expression of serenity; it is controlled by the profound rhythm of inner emotion. Emotion does not reach the moment of frenzy out of a spurt of action; it broods first, it sleeps like the life in the seed, and it unfolds with a gentle slowness. The Greeks understood the continuing beauty of a movement that mounted, that spread, that ended with a promise of rebirth - Isadora Duncan
The Great Mother Prajnaparamita is the feminine aspect of the supreme Buddha and symbolizes the perfection of wisdom in Mahayana Buddhism. It is considered one of the most vital and deities is often seen as the Mother of all Buddhas. She is often shown seated in the lotus position doing Dharmacakra mudra, gesture symbolizing the wheel of law turns. His face is serene and wears many jewels on her arms, hands and feet. The Book of Wisdom is based on a lotus flower...