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The New Queen
The New Queen is in fact much more than a single woman's elementary wish or our main object petite a (in a lacanian sense), more than a trespass, shattered illusions, a crape to unveil or a lure encouraging sexuality and renunciation. She is the narcissistic victory and glory for her possessors and No.1 among identification objects in a real symbolic world. The New Queen is neither a Madonna-figure nor The Whore in that matter, but something else: People's main "trigger" and seduction. In an existential way is The New Queen a conscious understanding of humanity and our new style of living, reproduction and production in Western Europe, a fulfilled meaning, an interpretation and implementation of hopefulness, dreams and choices in our daily social and economic lives. It's the content in The New Queen that rules politicians and business leader's most important decisions and people's behaviour, statements and economic investments. The New Queen is an attractive and vibrant being in their full humanity and a serious dominant figure and a powerful player on this worlds arena.
What bother teenagers, adult women and men mostly? The New Queen, giving her pleasure, attention, contribution and money to others! This because she (The New Queen) with her divinity, beauty, completeness, prosperity, plasticity and perfectionism always moves, harm and hurt people's certainty, self-confidence, deeper beliefs to an extent they didn't knew exist before meeting or recognising her and additionally she makes dull lives important and suddenly interesting and worth living again. Another aspect of The New Queen's greatness is that she is the path to follow for the subject who wants to secure her future in fortune and safely circumstances. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, 1860-1935, a famous American feminist and reformer, prominent as a lecturer and writer on the labour movement and feminism, once said upon the New Queen subject: "When the mother of the race is free, we shall have a better world, by the easy right of birth and by the calm, slow, friendly forces of evolution.". To get a glimpse of The New Queen, models, certainty, satisfaction and follow The New Queen means to implement a significant difference to others, see e.g. Beauty Aging Therapy™ or Psych Up Artist™. Beauty Aging Therapy™ or Psych Up Artist™.
Some people come apparently more closely upon a representation of the New Queen in a lifetime than other people can do, obtain or manage. To give an example of the benefits becoming the New Queen you have to consider two well known women, their careers, reflective strategies and personal life development: Psychoanalyst Lou Andreas-Salomé and actress Greta Garbo. Both these women struggle the whole life with maintaining an extraordinary career, sustain in a typical feminine identification or position with self-confidence and economic independence in a really tuff and extremely hard world, surrounded governed and occupied by the thoughts of powerful men of thinking and strengths.
Lou Andreas-Salomé, née Louise von Salomé, (1861 -1937) was a Russian-born intellectual, author of many books, and become an image of The New Queen among psychoanalysts and a coveted companion to many male and some female artists and authors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Born in St. Petersburg to a Russian army general and his wife, Lou was their only daughter and had five brothers. She sought an education beyond a typical woman's station of that time and place, so when she was seventeen Lou persuaded Dutch preacher Hendrik Gillot, twenty-five years her senior, to teach her theology, philosophy, world religions, and French and German literature. When Gillot became so smitten with Lou that he planned to divorce his wife and marry her, Lou and her mother fled to Zurich, Switzerland so she could acquire a university education. The journey was also meant to prove beneficial for Lou's physical health; she was already coughing up blood by this time.
Lou's mother took her to Rome in Italy when she was 21. At a literary salon in the city, Lou became acquainted with Paul Ree, an author and compulsive gambler with whom she proposed living out of wedlock in an academic commune. After two months, Lou persuaded him to accept her as a partner and not a wife. On May 13, 1882, Lou had also persuaded Friedrich Nietzsche, a friend of Ree's, to do the same. Lou wrote a controversial study, "Friedrich Nietzsche in seinen Werke" (1894), of Nietzsche's personality and philosophy. The three travelled with Lou's mother through Italy and considered where they would set up their "Winterplan" commune. Arriving in Leipzig, Germany in October, Lou and Ree separated from Nietzsche as a result of the lather's unrequited love for Lou. Lou and Ree set up housekeeping in Berlin and remained together until her marriage to linguistics scholar Carl Friedrich Andreas. Despite her opposition to marriage and open collaboration with many other men, Lou and Carl remained married from 1887 until his death in 1930. They also set up housekeeping in Berlin, a situation that drove Ree out of Lou's life despite her assurances.
Throughout her married life, Lou also engaged in affairs and correspondence with French journalist George Lebedour, German poet Rainer Maria Rilke on whom she wrote an analytical memoir, Viktor Tausk, and Viennese psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. Accounts of many of these are given in her volume Looking Back, and her literary and analytical studies took on such a vogue in Göttingen, the German town in which she lived her last years, that the Gestapo waited until shortly after her death by uraemia in 1937 to burn her library. She is said to have remarked in her last hours of life that, when she allowed her thoughts to roam, she found no one but herself. During her active life she found time to write 15 novels and such other books as "Henrik Ibsens Frauengestalten" (1892), a study of Ibsen's woman characters.
Greta Garbo (1905 -1990) was a Swedish actress, by reputation one of the greatest and most inscrutable movie stars ever to be produced by MGM and the Hollywood studio system. In 1954 she received an Honorary Oscar "for her unforgettable screen performances", and she has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She was born Greta Lovisa Gustafsson in Stockholm, Sweden, the youngest of three children born to Karl Alfred Gustafsson (1871 -1920) and Anna Lovisa Johansson (1872 - 1944). When Greta was 14, her father, to whom she was extremely close, died, and her relationship with her mother was, at best, strained. Consequently, she was forced to leave school and go to work. Her first job was as a lather girl in a barbershop. From 1922 to 1924, she studied at the prestigious Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm. While she was there, she met director Mauritz Stiller. He trained her in cinema acting technique and gave her the stage name Greta Garbo.
When Stiller went to the United States in 1925 to work for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, he insisted that Garbo be given a contract as well. But their relationship came to an end as her fame grew. He was fired by MGM and returned to Sweden in 1928, where he died soon after. Having achieved enormous success as a silent movie star, she was one of the few who made the transition to talkies. She delayed as long as possible and the studio worried endlessly about whether the world was ready for a talking Swedish Sphinx. Her film The Kiss (1929) was the last film MGM made without dialogue (it used a soundtrack with music and sound-effects only), and marked the end of an era. Greta Garbo's low, husky voice with Swedish accent was heard on screen for the first time in Eugene O'Neill's Anna Christie (1930), which was publicised with the slogan "Garbo Talks". The movie was a huge success, but Garbo personally hated her performance.
Greta Garbo was considered one of the most glamorous New Queen's of the 1920s and 1930s. She was also famous for shunning publicity, which became part of the Garbo mystique. Except at the very beginning of her career, she granted no interviews, signed no autographs, attended no premieres and answered no fan mail. Her famous by-line was always said to be "I want to be alone", spoken with a heavy accent which made the word 'want' sound like vont. This quote as noted comes from her role in Grand Hotel, however Garbo commented later, "I never said, 'I want to be alone.' I only said, 'I want to be left alone.' There is all the difference." Among the most important of Garbo's movies were Anna Christie (1930), Mata Hari (1931), Grand Hotel (1932), As You Desire Me (1932), Queen Christina (1933), Anna Karenina (1935), Camille (1936), Conquest (1937) and Ninotchka (1939). Garbo kept her private affairs out of the limelight. She lived the last years of her life in absolute seclusion. She had invested very wisely, was known for extreme frugality, and was a very wealthy woman. It is rumoured that she wrote an autobiography just before her death but this book has yet to be published if it even exists. Her ashes are buried at the Skogskyrkogården Cemetery in Stockholm, Sweden.
Both Lou Andreas-Salomé and Greta Garbo had very significant relationships and wasn't alone, even when they preferred to be left alone. Nonetheless a feminists attitude and morale they both prefer as a common trait, to listen to elderly wise guys advice and knowledge in vanquishing this world. Without a background of a trustful relationship to a psychology teacher, good training of artistic and professional skills, counselling, deep psychological knowledge and understanding of people's behaviour, none of us can become these kind of New Queens nowadays. The New Queen concept is itself a Model par excellence, for the young and trendy peoples these days. If you have job or career ambitions, want counselling, treatment and further knowledge becoming the New Queen described above, or wish to become the monthly prime model or photographic imagination of our The New Queen-concept, please send us your inquiries, images and following contact information:
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