Thursday, April 1, 2010

Nudity...The Naked Truth

The word nudity is nothing new in our vocabulary. We have embrace nudity as part of our humanistic nature. Our spiritual self bares only thoughts; before it becomes a physical object, it only projects the atomic nudity of our sexual beings. Nudity is scared to the cosmic divinity; the body is considering being a temple to the gods and goddesses, which is to be a spiritual, enlightening experience. Throughout history, nudity has been display on monuments carve in stones and iconographical arts pervaded in India, Africa, China, Japan and also Gnosis tic Christianity. Its also part of different tribal countries.

When we were babies, we identify with our nudity inside the covering of our mother's womb. WE conceptualize our nudity as freedom; in its purest form, just being a spiritual essence inside a physical body. We correlated our connection to our mother's umbilical cord; as our mother correlates to the cosmic universe.

Breastfeeding is an act of love for nurturing the baby. As the milk tunnels through the nipples; the baby's mouth is place around the partially nude breast, sometimes to be exposed. Children don't have any negative connections to their naked body. The un-blemish minds of children runs around UN-clothe; feeling free, liberated, unbind and unembarrassed of their butt naked selves. Have you ever seen a child being happily full of glee during bath time?

Bath time they will explore the anatomy of their hands, feet, nose, mouth and very explorative with their sexual organs; an innocent, curiosity of wandering hands touching the unknown the genitalia. Bathing a child learns the differentness between themselves and others; especially if they share those moments with a sibling of the opposite sex. This can be very playful and exciting learning time for children.

But when does this pristine of being naked become so perverted? There are many factors that help to disproportionate nudity and people's superficial complex thinking. Mostly religions have dismantled the beauty of a sensuous naked body; disapproving it to be dirty, derogatory, nasty, scandalous, and perverted. It becomes disingenuous when we don’t understand the spiritual relations with our body, especially our sexual organs. So during our predecessor’s generative development about nudity it became dilute with people’s morals and self-righteous attitude. It demoralizes the natural nature of the human spiritual body. We only teach what we know that will only bring suppressions and repressions into adulthood.

This type of repressions allows the perverted minds to exploit the naked body as sex objects; and not a spiritual delight. When you repress something, you feed your insatiable, hidden desires with overt sexual thoughts into gross, obsessive, uncontrollable sexual feelings towards nudity. This leads to child pornography, sexual abuse, porn, insatiable sexual acts, disconnection and depression.

Nudity is a work of art that is express fashionably, artistically, politically, and historically. Its appreciation is a lover unadulterated playing field that expresses love, sensuality, admiration, divination, gratitude, joy, and inter-connections. This brings us inspiration to explore infinite possibilities for music, clothing, painting, writing stories and spiritual love-making. Nudity creates different inspective dimensions and evoke many emotions; it’s the most provoking sensationalize matter throughout history.

Let’s go back to nudity and explore our bodies like children without embarrassment, shame and being regretful; enjoying the freedom to explore the sensory of your nakedness, release any inhibitions that keeps you bondage and undesirable, rebirth and cleanse yourself from people’s criticism, become one with mother earth, move your hands across your body, love your body and everyone else’s and become balance inside yourself.


  1. Excellent! I love this. I was raised in a
    very religious home and have experienced
    to the enth degree all of these things. Because
    of this it has been a long journey to awaken
    my body and to gain positive thoughts about
    it. I am getting there.

  2. Hi,deb...thanks for taking time to reading my post. yes, we have to re-think, re-learn and some remedial education on sexuality and nudity. i'm glad you have awaken from the slumber and appreciating your body. its not the desination but the journey, so you deb is on the right track. i'm still on my journey, as well.

  3. Beautiful research, Sweetback. Your studies have definately open my mind to the overstanding of nudity. However, tell me if you will, now that the undestanding of nudity has because so perverted and viewed by many as being secret especially in the eyes of children, how do you think we as a people of artistic and sculptured beauty be able to change these thoughts in mind.

    P.S. I will follow you from thus forth on. Can you do the same for me at:
    I look forward to seeing you around, fellow poet. Salaam/Peace

  4. hey, omar. thanks for commenting on my blog. i think as artist, we can only live by example, by showcasing our visual views about human relations. the more we bring enlightenment of passion, freedom and joy. people will start listening like children being mesmerize with different explorative highlights from mother nature; from whom, we get our inspirations and balance.

    oh, i will mostly will follow you ;)