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Post papes that invoke or suggest the sensation commonly known as "Sehnsucht"
Sehnsucht is an intense longing for somewhere you've never been, yet regard as your proper home. In this sense it is a type of nostalgia, but without a clear object of what you long for. To feel it in full force can be of such significance that ordinary reality may pale in comparison. Those who experience it will desire the bittersweet longing itself over most pleasures.

C.S. Lewis wrote extensively on it, called it different things and has some of best lines describing it.
>The longing for that unnameable something, the desire for which pierces us like a rapier at the smell of a bonfire, the sound of wild ducks flying overhead, the title of, The Well at the World’s End, the opening lines of Kubla Khan, the morning cobwebs in late summer, or the noise of falling waves.
>...our longing to be reunited with something in the universe from which we now feel cut off, to be on the inside of some door which we have always seen from the outside is... the truest index of our real situation.
>There arose at once, almost like heartbreak, the memory of Joy itself... The distance of the Twilight of the Gods and the distance of my own past Joy, both unattainable, flowed together into a single, unendurable sense of desire and loss... And at once I knew that to "have it again" was the supreme and only important object of desire.
>It might almost equally well be called a particular kind of unhappiness or grief. But it is a kind we want. I doubt whether anyone who has tasted it would ever, if both were in his power, exchange it for all the pleasures in the world.

There will be overlaps with other subject matter commonly on this board, but the common theme will demonstrate a character of its own over time, I think.
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Another that was too long for the OP
>Are not all lifelong friendships born at the moment when at last you meet another human being who has some inkling (but faint and uncertain even in the best) of that something which you were born desiring, and which, beneath the flux of other desires and in all the momentary silences between the louder passions, night and day, year after year, from childhood to old age, you are looking for, watching for, listening for? You have never had it. All the things that have ever deeply possessed your soul have been but hints of it—tantalizing glimpses, promises never quite fulfilled, echoes that died away just as they caught your ear. But if it should really become manifest—if there ever came an echo that did not die away but swelled into the sound itself—you would know it. Beyond all possibility of doubt you would say "Here at last is the thing I was made for." We cannot tell each other about it. It is the secret signature of each soul, the incommunicable and unappeasable want, the thing we desired before we met our wives or made our friends or chose our work, and which we shall still desire on our deathbeds, when the mind no longer knows wife or friend or work.
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I see you did make the thread OP, when I was a kid we had these chinese watercolors of landscapes and I always wanted to be inside those paintings. I guess that's the closest to feel Sehnsucht I've been. These aren't those watercolors but are kind of similar, specially the first one which is blue tinted.
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Made this from a painting.

Blogpost: I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one with emotional daydreams pretty close to this (among others, which I mostly interpret through Carl Jung's "anima" concept).

Yet really longing for something (or more likely - someone) can supercharge fantasy into something so sad, vivid, and beautiful that reality seems pointless and desaturated by comparison. If you have the tendency to daydream and dissociate to begin with, it can really cut you off from life and others.
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Before I felt stuff like this, another image which struck me was this album cover. Its' atmosphere was really otherworldly and captivating, but I wrote it off as the usual excessive aesthetization. Years later the music and lyrics blew me away, and (for better or worse) I felt and understood what the artist meant by not feeling he was quite a part of this world, but rather his imaginary realm. And everything on the album was sublimely produced to really express that:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PmCb9OiFYQ

All leads to various concepts in depth psychology (Jung's pleroma, provisional life, puer aeternus) and ones with less fun names (dissociation, schizoid dynamics, etc.), but in general, when you live out of your imagination, you live out of your potential. It can be invaluable for introspection and creativity - if you don't have the sauce for those, you're lost. But don't get lost in the sauce.
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Christmas paintings give me that feeling
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holy shit dude...
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Wild, I've got the same place in my sehnsucht folder.
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>>7904797
your op invokes an intense feeling of cringe
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Good thread, OP
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>>7905703
It's sad, but inevitable, that thinking like yours is native to a generation addled by MCU quips and consuumerism. It is reassuring, though, to know it will only pester the world as long as you're alive. So kindly fuck off for the rest of your natural life, and do it quickly.
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instructions unclear
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oldworld Germans were the most based people.
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Stupidity clear
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do you have more like this anon?
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naw, they're clear as day m8
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>>7906423
Not any more with that artist or even very similar, sorry. But if that appealed to you, you may like Kogecha, who kind of has similar style. Most of his stuff is character-centric, but some have nice landscapes and invoke that otherworldly longing I was talking about. Got a folder of his works in my sehnsucht directory.
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OP here, glad this thread took off with others' contributions and they clearly get it. Pic related and the next couple are mine from a rooftop dinner in Quito, the capital of Ecuador. The city's at almost 10k feet above sea level and the clouds could sweep through the city like mist. Y'all might like them.
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Very fond of these in particular. Thanks anons.
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Genuinely good joke.
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Só um burguês underage pra pensar que morar em uma favela tem graça. Se mate, safado.
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Quito isn't a favela though.
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I was there to build a house on a mission trip to Pedernales on the coast, not tourism. This was the night before we flew out. And I neither said nor implied anything about whether it was cool or not, I just admired the view.
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ah....Kinkade
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favelas are fine.
they just need income equality.
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>>7905703
You are truly an asshole.
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If they had income equality they wouldn't live in a favela.
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Perhaps my home is anything dappled in oranges and red, or perhaps it is the endless sea. I believe that my home is merely the Now, for i can see the future receeding at all times.
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next payday im getting another pass
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rt0no on twitter if you want more
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If you're into surrealism, there's plenty of nice stuff from the late and great HR Giger.
Give Scorn a try, too.
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Mont Saint-Michel.
An awesome medieval castle that can only be reached at low tides.
Overrun by tourists, sadly.
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In the latter half of the 19th century there was a cultural development in Europe and especially Germany called "Rheinromantik" (lit. rhine romanticism).
Stemming from the original meaning of romanticism, being the escape from the sad and grey reality of everyday life, this theme might fit greatly into this thread.
In Rheinromantik especially, the focus was on reliving the artistically rich past of the central european medieval ages, with many castle ruins being rebuilt after mostly original plans. Pic related is a painting from that age, currently residing in a museum in Cologne.
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This is Castle Stolzenfels, one of the castles rebuilt in these times.
The original file on wikipedia is 5000*3333 at 16.7MB, so this is a cropped version.
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>>7906535
se as favela fosse arrumadinho assim tava bom
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>>7906535
O cara provavelmente é um maconheiro de DCE que viveu a vida em condomínio fechado e só subiu o morro para comprar droga. Favela é o inferno, você sai dela mas ela não sai de você
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Very interesting anon. Huge fan of the painting especially. Almost heavenly. Thank you for sharing it.
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I found the artist - https://www.artstation.com/artwork/4Xa124
There's some good stuff there that's fitting to the theme. I'll probably DL and post my favorites later.
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i wanna get there but i don't know where it is
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Awesome dump anon. Loved several of those, especially these
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i was there like three weeks ago, was pretty cool, way better than kalajoki
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>his imaginary realm

Neige does not believe his spiritual visions of another realm are imaginary at all. You miss the point entirely. Their latest album (Spiritual Instinct) is literally entirely about how these visions are real and ingrained in the soul for a reason. You don't understand Alcest or Neige's music at all.
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I had a dream of rolling hills and mountains covered with short green grass and dense fog. I feel the urge to stick my hands in the grass in relief, to lay down and feel eternal comfort. To build a cabin and die there.
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I too long to lay down on the tracks and wait...
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>>7904797
Those Germans have words for everything
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This is absolutely amazing. I saved and immediately put on my background. Thank you
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>somewhere you've never been, yet regard as your proper home.

This is the entire nation of Brazil for me.

T.negro
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>>7904799

Gay and overwrought.
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Absolutely perfect encapsulation. Brava OP, brava
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Glad to hear anon. The artist's page is linked in >>7909204 if you want to look for more of that sort yourself.
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This video deeply touches me in this way for some reason.
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for years, this has been posted. is there not a single better or equivalent pic made since this or have we all been lazy fucks and tried to stretch the pics that work to their extreme? why nothing better or similar to this but NEW?
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imagine the mold
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>>7912922
Love these two.
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>>7906184
Rammstein is a faggy gaylord band that bows down to the system because they are huge cucks. I like Feuer Frei tho. But most of their texts are garbage.
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>>7905211
Lacks diversity.
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>>7914283
Shut your fucking mouth for once.
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>>7911674
thx
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>>7907508
you can still go there, it's still full of residents who can't read or write English and rampant child sex trafficking.
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Stolen from another thread but nothing in this thread really evokes that emotion for me. For some reason I only feel that toward manmade structures and environments that are also extremely inhospitable towards humans
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>>7915855
That is strange but I kinda get it. I've got a few saved that are of manmade structures that give the feeling.
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>>7915845
Fuck me that's my dream comfy hideout anon
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>>7911469
You will live in ze pods!
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>>7914604
It isn't enough to say that you oppose white supremacy, you must be actively against the oppression of whiteness everywhere.
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>>7915855
I wonder where this is?
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>>7916555
There is no fucking white supremacy/oppression outside of literally fringe neonazi faggots, who you probably support because MUH UKRAINE
Fuck all the way off, you know literally nothing.
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>>7916555
>you must be actively against the oppression of whiteness everywhere

exactly, people should stop oppressing white folks everywhere...
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>>7904797
Great pics ITT
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>>7904797
I didn't know there was a word for this feel, thanks OP. For me, I think it stems from nostalgic memories or rather, the modified memories from early developmental years. Images that evoke this feeling for me have a certain aesthetic and I think it's the lighting that really does it for me. Only example I have is this still from Pokemon Heroes lol
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>>7904797
just adding to this definition since im german and therefore feel qualified to do so. The word Sehnsucht is an ancient german word that translates to "illness of painful desire", it can be used to describe the longing for a place as you described it, but it can also apply to persons, objects, states / situations and time periods
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>>7917818
Ah, thank you Germanfriend, now I have a word for something that's plagued me for a really long time.
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>>7916555
shut the fuck up and enjoy the wallpapers
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This one in particular is one of my favourites. It gives me such sense of calm, truly like being home.
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>>7917818
Gutentag
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>>7905211
Kitsch
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>>7917818
Krankheit des schmerzhaften Verlangens?

Checked the etymology section on dwds.de/wb/Sehnsucht to be sure but no mention of illness
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>>7906451
>>7921627
>>7921628
I don't get it. What's the point of adding an anime girl to an already great picture? What do they add to the art?
The artists could have just skipped drawing girls altogether and their art would have been just as pleasant to the eye, not to say even more fitting as backgrounds as well.
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>>7904807
This has that same "you could just fall off into the horizon" feeling.
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>>7921989
The feeling of not only a home, but a someone waiting at home for me
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>>7923339
Fair enough. I can kind of see it in this pic >>7921628
It's just there's something in the anime artstyle that takes me out of that unique feeling these pictures try to convey.
Though I guess I wouldn't like those pictures much more if they had actual people in them either.
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I get that as sometimes you've got amazing art and there's a usually erotic anime girl slapped in the middle of it ruining the landscape, but once like these where there generally isn't much going on, I just feel warm inside,
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>>7923587
The is indeed a nice background, like something out of a comfy visual novel.
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>>7905182
WOW I LOVE THIS PAINTING nice this is a great image this is my wallpaper now thanks :)



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