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Improve Your World With Tikis

By Kevin Lewis

An extensive number of us know what a tiki is. Tikis are those generously cut statues with gigantic faces and either pretentiously smiling or with genuinely disturbing appearances. They are routinely in diners or bars, and on occasion even in homes. Possibly we don't give them a wavering glance, basically passing them by as just one additional thing to look at. It may be, regardless, that tikis can offer more than simply being an insignificant trifle. It may be that with the right perspective tikis can truly enhance your world, and help you savor the experience of your life.

"Why," you might say, "would I care about some tiki statue, or waste my time thinking about it?" Actually, unless you're one of those people who really dislike them, there are several reasons. First, Tikis are attractive, in a primitive sort of way. True, as statuary goes, they are pretty crude. It is, however, this very primitive crudeness that is part of their allure. Simple in design, yet powerful in their effect, tikis are suggestive of the Polynesian culture from long, long ago. The mystery and intrigue of ancient civilizations in exotic locations can be almost irresistible to the imagination.

Polynesian culture raises another component of their charm, -the fascinating history of tikis, and their meaning to the society on which they were created. It is extensively seen that tiki statues are stylized representations of "First Man," or the important and religiously primordial one from whom we all descended, himself part of the divine. The tiki statues, then, were cut in various forms usually addressing the celestial power of war, the master of agribusiness, the ruler of creation and the ruler of the sea. If the beings themselves were happy with the resulting statues, they were said to truly imbue the figure with their presence, offering the community happiness, power and affirmation.

Finally, tikis can function as an exciting stimulus for eliciting vicarious tropical experiences. All of the things associated with tiki culture can help. One does not necessarily need to live in a tropical or subtropical environment to experience the fun and enjoyment of the tropical lifestyle. Tiki statues, tiki huts, tiki bars, tiki torches and tiki parties, through their association with what many might consider paradise, can offer relaxation and enjoyment and lend an air of the exotic to almost any environment.

With so much going for them, in so many different ways, why would anyone NOT take advantage of them? Most tiki items are widely available, and generally very reasonably priced, allowing almost anyone to partake.

For those do-it-yourselfers, many tiki items can easily be made. Even tiki statues and tiki huts, though more challenging, can be made if one is willing to put in a bit of time and effort.

For those not so highly motivated, a tiki social event might be a basic way to start. A couple tiki lights, some island or tropical music and some potent rum drinks and you could be well on your way to a most pleasant "tiki" experience. You could even have a tiki themed cake to complete it.

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