Tuesday, May 25, 2004

My entries may get a bit more scarce these upcoming summer months. If you are new to my blog, do make sure to check out my archives for some provocative reading.

I have become more interested in the crossroads where the sacred and the erotic meet. I want to share the following text, recently sent to me, from the Saktisangama Tantra. The words are beautiful and true.


Woman is the creator of the universe,
the universe is her form;
woman is the foundation of the world,
she is the true form of the body.

Whatever form she takes,
whether the form of a man or a woman,
is the superior form.

In woman is the form of all things,
of all that lives and moves in the world.
There is no jewel rarer than woman,
no condition superior to that of woman.

There is not, nor has been, nor will be
any destiny to equal that of woman;
there is no kingdom, no wealth,
to be compared with a woman;
there is not, nor has been, nor will be
any holy place like unto a woman.

There is no prayer to equal a woman.
There is not, nor has been, nor will be
any yoga to compare with a woman,
no mystical formula nor asceticism
to match a woman.

There are not, nor have been, nor will be
any riches more valuable than woman.

Wednesday, May 19, 2004

OK all technical difficulties have been solved. I admit I used all these hassles as an excuse to get offline for the past week. It's great to get out of the matrix and into the real world, especially with the beautiful weather we've been having. In fact, I think I'll jump back out right now. . .

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

More email issues! It appears that some of the replies I've recently sent out did not go through. If you have sent me a message in the past week or so and did not receive a response from me, please try again.

Sunday, May 9, 2004

FYI - I cannot access my email right now as I am experiencing some technical difficulties

Thursday, May 6, 2004

From Miss Abernathy's Concise Slave Training Manual:

"While the actual training of a slave encompasses the total person, the sine qua non of a service-oreinted submissive is the correcti attitude. Different roles may dictate different training techniques, but all slaves -- and dominants, too, for that matter -- should cultivate an attitude of mindfulness.

For our purposes, mindfulness may be defined as an over-arching awareness of one's person, surroundings, and circumstances. It is a gentle attention, focused but not forced. Many spiritual traditions recommend sitting, chanting, or other forms of meditation to awaken the mindful state. For the slave, it is dharma yoga, the pursuit of one's true vocation, that is the path to mindfulness. A slave's mindfulness should encompass his physical body, his mental awareness, his emotional state, and insofar as it is possible, the physical, mental, and emotional state of the dominant and any other person in trhe environment.

This is not to say that slave must be clairvoyant or an empath; he must first cultivate self-awareness, and under tutelage, awareness of the dominant's needs and wishes."