Originally from the Huffington Post March 1, 2010
SYDNEY (Associated Press) -- About 5,200 naked people have embraced each other on the steps of Sydney's iconic Opera House for a photo shoot by Spencer Tunick.
Tunick, who is known for his nude group photos in public spaces, posed participants for more than an hour in a variety of positions Monday.
"It was difficult to get the straight participants to embrace the gay participants and vice versa," Tunick said. "So I was very happy that that last set up finally got done and everyone came together (in a) united, friendly kiss, a loving kiss in front of this great structure."
Nineteen-year-old student Art Rush said he was thrilled to participate.
"I'll never get a chance to do this again, it's not worth being inhibited," Rush said. "It doesn't feel sexual, it just feels tribal, a gathering of humanity."
IET Evolve comments - I guess when you strip things down we pretty much look like a grouping of sea lions, minus a few things of course. Take away all the materialist hype, lipstick, hair clips, bras, jackets and high heels - and here we are in our simplest and perhaps freeist form.
Monday, March 1, 2010
Quantum Leap - Center for a New Earth, Cambridge, Massachusetts
The Xi group is in the process of developing a center for the public to be able to come and discover the following;
*"How to Hold the Impossible" Workshop Gatherings
*Nurturing Indigo and Star Children
*Free Energy Discoveries and Exploration
*Emotional and Spiritual Awareness