If someone says, “You cannot be seen like that!” (i.e. nude), they are simply trying to control and limit you!Maybe they have never been truly “seen” like that; for who they are in their most natural self?~ Centauri4

If someone says, “You cannot be seen like that!” (i.e. nude), they are simply trying to control and limit you!

Maybe they have never been truly “seen” like that; for who they are in their most natural self?

~ Centauri4

mynudejournal:

Naturally having fun in nature

I think many people do not remember how to do this naturally; that or they really hate mosquitos!! ~ Centauri4

The tradition of adding decoration to our skin is as old as humanity itself.  It is not about joining one group or another, it is about expressing a portion of the soul on our outside!  …  Therefore the image, content and colors must be chosen carefully!Do not put a design someone else dreamed of on yourself, unless your souls have touched OR experienced the same trials in life.  You decide.~ Centauri4

The tradition of adding decoration to our skin is as old as humanity itself. It is not about joining one group or another, it is about expressing a portion of the soul on our outside! … Therefore the image, content and colors must be chosen carefully!

Do not put a design someone else dreamed of on yourself, unless your souls have touched OR experienced the same trials in life. You decide.

~ Centauri4

nudemuse:

Belinda - Walking into an ocean nude. That is what life is like when we are born. We enter an unknown ocean of People and information totally nude. We travel the ocean of life nude, but we cover that nudity with masks and illusions, out of fear. Those masks give the illusion of protection. Our strength is within us to protect ourselves, when nude to the world. Just very few know they can or brave enough to try.

"A sea filled with unseen life.."  ~ Centauri4

nudemuse:

Belinda - Walking into an ocean nude. That is what life is like when we are born. We enter an unknown ocean of People and information totally nude. We travel the ocean of life nude, but we cover that nudity with masks and illusions, out of fear. Those masks give the illusion of protection. Our strength is within us to protect ourselves, when nude to the world. Just very few know they can or brave enough to try.

"A sea filled with unseen life.." ~ Centauri4

Sunday Thought: To name someone in a picture, to expose their identity and show matching photographs from another social media site that does not routinely allow nudity is, well, wrong on so many levels! Why would anyone do this mean thing?
I just saw another Tumblog page including such “composite” images, and although I get the idea sometimes people get angry with each other - or maybe have other motivations for sharing these images - those who DO IT need to take a moment and look at themselves in a mirror. To them I would ask, ” Unless you have EXPLICIT permission to do so, why would you ‘out’ someone this way?”
I normally do not judge others on the basis of a one-time behavior, but someone who betrays a trust, who compromises an image shared in confidence (in private), I have difficulty NOT judging them for doing that.
To those with images shared, willingly or unwillingly: Accept it, own it, be at ease with any recognition coming from images of yourself. DO NOT FLINCH, do not hide, do not defend yourself but DO tell the story of who betrayed you! This is more important than the exposure of ANY body part or aspect of YOUR behavior!
Feeling embarassed is a fleeting and recoverable thing, but violating a trust is a total disgrace - and that is what they did. Now, if you willingly and openly shared images of yourself, for whatever reason YOU chose, that is alright. You can make a decision like that one yourself - you are a free will, an independent judge of yourself. Be a flirt, be a tease, be a neighbor, be a friend, be a little naughty if you want, but own yourself and do not regret being that person EVER!
The ideas of free will, self determination, independence and existence mean ALL CHOICES are equally “right” and only those things a majority of people have decided are hurtful should be regarded as punishable in some way. Everything else is just a arbitrary label and only carries the weight we allow it to possess.
The only label that matters is one you assign to yourself with pride; even some of the more “adults only” labels should be acceptable IF you want them to be. We do not accept labels imposed upon us, we do not give them merit. We decide our own reality.
~ Centauri4
This image most recently appeared on beautiful-as-fuck with the comment:  ”Her peach fuzz makes me wild”

Sunday Thought: To name someone in a picture, to expose their identity and show matching photographs from another social media site that does not routinely allow nudity is, well, wrong on so many levels! Why would anyone do this mean thing?

I just saw another Tumblog page including such “composite” images, and although I get the idea sometimes people get angry with each other - or maybe have other motivations for sharing these images - those who DO IT need to take a moment and look at themselves in a mirror. To them I would ask, ” Unless you have EXPLICIT permission to do so, why would you ‘out’ someone this way?”

I normally do not judge others on the basis of a one-time behavior, but someone who betrays a trust, who compromises an image shared in confidence (in private), I have difficulty NOT judging them for doing that.

To those with images shared, willingly or unwillingly: Accept it, own it, be at ease with any recognition coming from images of yourself. DO NOT FLINCH, do not hide, do not defend yourself but DO tell the story of who betrayed you! This is more important than the exposure of ANY body part or aspect of YOUR behavior!

Feeling embarassed is a fleeting and recoverable thing, but violating a trust is a total disgrace - and that is what they did. Now, if you willingly and openly shared images of yourself, for whatever reason YOU chose, that is alright. You can make a decision like that one yourself - you are a free will, an independent judge of yourself. Be a flirt, be a tease, be a neighbor, be a friend, be a little naughty if you want, but own yourself and do not regret being that person EVER!

The ideas of free will, self determination, independence and existence mean ALL CHOICES are equally “right” and only those things a majority of people have decided are hurtful should be regarded as punishable in some way. Everything else is just a arbitrary label and only carries the weight we allow it to possess.

The only label that matters is one you assign to yourself with pride; even some of the more “adults only” labels should be acceptable IF you want them to be. We do not accept labels imposed upon us, we do not give them merit. We decide our own reality.

~ Centauri4

This image most recently appeared on beautiful-as-fuck with the comment:  ”Her peach fuzz makes me wild”

On Social Betrayal

(I was unable to get this text to post with an image I liked, so posting as Text only before it is lost from my clipboard.)

Sunday Thought: To name someone in a picture, to expose their identity and show matching photographs from another social media site that does not routinely allow nudity is, well, wrong on so many levels! Why would anyone do this mean thing?

I just saw another Tumblog page including such “composite” images, and although I get the idea sometimes people get angry with each other - or maybe have other motivations for sharing these images - those who DO IT need to take a moment and look at themselves in a mirror. To them I would ask, ” Unless you have EXPLICIT permission to do so, why would you ‘out’ someone this way?”

I normally do not judge others on the basis of a one-time behavior, but someone who betrays a trust, who compromises an image shared in confidence (in private), I have difficulty NOT judging them for doing that.

To those with images shared, willingly or unwillingly: Accept it, own it, be at ease with any recognition coming from images of yourself. DO NOT FLINCH, do not hide, do not defend yourself but DO tell the story of who betrayed you! This is more important than the exposure of ANY body part or aspect of YOUR behavior!

Feeling embarassed is a fleeting and recoverable thing, but violating a trust is a total disgrace - and that is what they did. Now, if you willingly and openly shared images of yourself, for whatever reason YOU chose, that is alright. You can make a decision like that one yourself - you are a free will, an independent judge of yourself. Be a flirt, be a tease, be a neighbor, be a friend, be a little naughty if you want, but own yourself and do not regret being that person EVER!

The ideas of free will, self determination, independence and existence mean ALL CHOICES are equally “right” and only those things a majority of people have decided are hurtful should be regarded as punishable in some way. Everything else is just a arbitrary label and only carries the weight we allow it to possess.

The only label that matters is one you assign to yourself with pride; even some of the more “adults only” labels should be acceptable IF you want them to be. We do not accept labels imposed upon us, we do not give them merit. We decide our own reality.

~ Centauri4

The world where people did not see each other nude, in a real or imagined sense, is GONE forever! Deal with it.
Centauri4
"Spread your Likes around!  Responsibly!  Practice "safe" social networking among other things! ~ We need you to be here healthy and happy five years from now!"  ~ Centauri4, “Naturism as a Way of Living”
This image most recently appeared on SocialNaturist by way of:  natureandnudity:  Nature & Nudity…as it should be. Go bare, share & visit the archives.

"Spread your Likes around!  Responsibly!  Practice "safe" social networking among other things! ~ We need you to be here healthy and happy five years from now!"  ~ Centauri4, “Naturism as a Way of Living

This image most recently appeared on SocialNaturist by way of:  natureandnudity:  Nature & Nudity…as it should be. Go bare, share & visit the archives.

These images most recently appear on: tccarson8439: carrying forward credits from unknowngenre: and ultimately attributed to:  Pencil vs. Camera by Ben Heine

Art worth seeing.  The elegance of a black and white line often goes unappreciated.  ~ Centauri4

You may be, but only until you touch someone’s soul. (..or let them touch yours)  ~ Centauri4

You may be, but only until you touch someone’s soul. (..or let them touch yours)  ~ Centauri4