reminiscent of the flower-like symbol for yoni, the female genital symbol from ancient Hindu temples and shrines.
Thousands of years ago, this symbol was worshiped; it was considered to be more powered than it’s male counterpart (the lingam). This idea was adopted by Tantrism, whose central tenet is that a man will be unable to reach spiritual fulfillment without engaging in sexual and emotional union with a woman’s superior spiritual energy.
Now, make sure you click the image to check out the vivacious vagina under that flower.
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