tarotaugur:

If it’s not unconditional, it’s not love

tarotaugur:

If it’s not unconditional, it’s not love

To be free is to be capable of thinking one’s own thoughts - not the thoughts merely of the body, or of society, but thoughts generated by one’s deepest, most original, most essential and spiritual self, one’s individuality. — Rudolf Steiner (Philosophy of Freedom)
What traps your heart is also what it is most protected by.
In magic - and in life - there is only the present moment, the now. You can’t measure time the way you measure the distance between two points. ‘Time’ doesn’t pass. We human beings have enormous difficulty in focusing on the present; we’re always thinking about what we did, about how we could have done it better, about the consequences of our actions, and about why we didn’t act as we should have. Or else we think about the future, about what we’re going to do tomorrow, what precautions we should take, what dangers await us around the next corner, how to avoid what we don’t want and how to get what we have always dreamed of. — Paulo Coelho - Aleph
moon-rise:

cosmicwolfchild:

A macro shot of the human eye. The arterioles appear like the branches of trees in a forest.

as above, so below

moon-rise:

cosmicwolfchild:

A macro shot of the human eye. The arterioles appear like the branches of trees in a forest.

as above, so below

hippieseurope:

☮❤☮❤

hippieseurope:

☮❤☮❤

Laziness is not particularly terrible or wonderful. Rather it has a basic living quality that deserves to be experienced just as it is. Perhaps we’ll find an irritating, pulsating quality in laziness. We might feel it as dull and heavy or as vulnerable and raw. Whatever we discover, as we explore it further, we find nothing to hold on to, nothing solid, only groundless, wakeful energy.

This process of experiencing laziness directly and nonverbally is transformative. It unlocks a tremendous energy that is usually blocked by our habit of running away. This is because when we stop resisting laziness, our identity as the one who is lazy begins to fall apart completely. Without the blinders of ego, we connect with a fresh outlook, a greater vision. This is how laziness—or any other demon—introduces us to the compassionate life.

The Places That Scare You: A Guide to Fearlessness in Difficult Times by Pema Chödrön, page 92 (via dharmasimulation)

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   IcarunaIn the deep ayahuasca trance, the ayahuasca reveals to the shaman the luminous geometric patterns of energy. These filaments drift towards the mouth of the shaman where they metamorphose into a chant or icaro. The icaro is a conduit for the patterns of Creation, which then permeate the body of the shaman’s patient, bringing harmony in the form of the geometric patterns which re-balance the patient’s body.- from symbolika.com psychedelic designs & wear

Icaruna

In the deep ayahuasca trance, the ayahuasca reveals to the shaman the luminous geometric patterns of energy. These filaments drift towards the mouth of the shaman where they metamorphose into a chant or icaro. The icaro is a conduit for the patterns of Creation, which then permeate the body of the shaman’s patient, bringing harmony in the form of the geometric patterns which re-balance the patient’s body.

- from symbolika.com psychedelic designs & wear

Let things emerge. Open yourself to it all. Allow it all to flow but without touching any of it. Try to avoid comprehending, shaping or fitting it around any ideas that you may have. Just let it flow. — jaymur (via perceiving-change)

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Bob Ross <3

Bob Ross <3

Don’t be intimidated by other people’s opinions. Only mediocrity is sure of itself, so take risks and do what you really want to do. Seek out people who aren’t afraid of making mistakes and who, therefore, do make mistakes. — Paulo Coelho - Aleph
Don’t explain your philosophy. Embody it. — Epictetus (via lazyyogi)

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