Lyra
Lyra
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magictransistor:

Wassily Kandinsky, Einige Kreise / Several Circles (Oil on canvas), 1926.
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) Geraniums and Cats
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catonhottinroof:

Ferdynand Ruszczyc
 Old House (Manor in Bohdanow), 1903
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soyouthinkyoucansee:

Flowers & Maud 
Vintage Hand colored - sepia- 
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urgetocreate:

Théo van Rysselberghe, Veere (Holland): October Mists, 1906
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laclefdescoeurs:

Constantinople, View of the Golden Horn with a Self-Portrait of the Artist Sketching, 1880, Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
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santmat:

The Speed of Consciousness
"Love calls — everywhere and always.  We’re sky-bound. Are you coming?”
— Rumi
 “When He Himself is the Light of your eye, a hundred worlds like ours appear. If this one looks bottomless and vast, remember: to Omnipotence it is less than an atom.”
— Rumi
"The mind is inconceivably more subtle and faster than even the speed of light. Physicists have told us that the speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. We can see light, but one does not see the mind due to the subtle nature of mind. This is something to ponder: How fast can the mind travel when it is collected and concentrated instead of being spread and dispersed in the external world? Now consider that consciousness is even more subtle than the mind and permeates it just as radio waves travel through physical objects. When collected, consciousness has the unimaginable speed. This is how (with the immense energy) the soul is capable of reaching God." 
— Swami SantSevi Ji Maharaj
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fleurdulys:

Mountainous Landscape - Stepan Kolesnikov
1930
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elpasha71:

Marthe and Her Dog 1918 Pierre Bonnard
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magictransistor:

Basawan. The Flight of the Simurgh. 1590.