samsara.

Apr 18

chocolatecakesandthickmilkshakes:

jopcafe:

tiger03lily:

wrapyourlipsaroundmyname:

badgalfaashion:

brainy-beauty:

inmytwistedfairytale:

HE HANDED THAT SHIT TO HIMMMMM

Farrakhan does not fear man. Amen.

DANM!!

I think this make the 10th time ive reblogged this 

amazing

The truth has to hit hard

Peace to the minister.

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Apr 15

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Apr 15

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wordsofzen:

#QOTD peace in my heart , peace in my soul #quote #buddhism #buddha #buddhistquote #  #mindfulness #awareness #enlightmen #awaken by giovannylysander http://ift.tt/1pfxealMore Quotes at WordsOfZen
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#QOTD peace in my heart , peace in my soul #quote #buddhism #buddha #buddhistquote # #mindfulness #awareness #enlightmen #awaken by giovannylysander http://ift.tt/1pfxeal

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Apr 12

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wordsofzen:

You cannot expect changes that you yourself are unwilling to make. Change begins and ends with you. The world continues to grow in the way it has been as a direct result of the decisions we all make on a daily, hourly, and momentary basis. So the next time you feel like your actions don’t make a difference, remember that it takes more than one brick to build a house. Your own refusal to change your perspective and habits directly influences the world around you. You are the master of your own universe. #truth #buddhist #laotzu #buddhistquote #zen #change #fitness #vegansofig #quote #beincontrol #masteryourmind by omnomnomnomcookies http://ift.tt/1oq83VDMore Quotes at WordsOfZen
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Apr 12

wordsofzen:

You cannot expect changes that you yourself are unwilling to make. Change begins and ends with you. The world continues to grow in the way it has been as a direct result of the decisions we all make on a daily, hourly, and momentary basis. So the next time you feel like your actions don’t make a difference, remember that it takes more than one brick to build a house. Your own refusal to change your perspective and habits directly influences the world around you. You are the master of your own universe. #truth #buddhist #laotzu #buddhistquote #zen #change #fitness #vegansofig #quote #beincontrol #masteryourmind by omnomnomnomcookies http://ift.tt/1oq83VD

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"Dharma means understanding reality. Meditation and prayer are not dharma; they are merely tools for reaching this inner wisdom. Even if we meditate all day, but totally lacked dharma understanding, we would achieve precious little. Nor are religious texts dharma; they are merely books about dharma, means for communicating information about dharma. True dharma or religion is a personal experience that each of us must elicit from within himself alone."

- Lama Thubten Yeshe (via thetaooflife)

Apr 12
haidaspicciare:

"Seven Psychopaths" (Martin McDonagh, 2012).
Apr 12

haidaspicciare:

"Seven Psychopaths" (Martin McDonagh, 2012).

Apr 11

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artandspirituality:

Andy Gilmore - http://crowquills.com/
Apr 9

artandspirituality:

Andy Gilmore - http://crowquills.com/

victoriousvocabulary:

LUX AETERNA
[noun]
Latin: Eternal Light; eternal luminescence; light which shines indefinitely.
[Artist Unknown]
Apr 9

victoriousvocabulary:

LUX AETERNA

[noun]

Latin: Eternal Light; eternal luminescence; light which shines indefinitely.

[Artist Unknown]

ozonebabys-temple:

Capturing the uncaught mind : This technique comes from the Buddhist tradition for Yoga.
This is a good technique to use for 15-20 minutes before a meditation session, especially if you are having trouble calming the mind. I find it very useful on days when my mind is incredibly active and resisting meditation. Technique: * Relax the entire being and slow the breath *
Begin to focus upon the pauses between each inhalation and exhalation * Start counting each cycle of inhalation and exhalation as one count * Count each cycle from 1-7, then start back at one and count from 1-14, then starting back at one, count each cycle from 1-21, and so on….increasing each time by 7 counts *
If at anytime the mind interferes and you forget which count or which cycle you are one, then start again 1-7, 1-14, and so on. The purpose is not to see how many counts you can get, but it is to still the mind and focus upon the pauses between inhalation and exhalation.
The counting is merely a tool to keep the mind focused and calm. You may find that some days you struggle to complete the first round of seven, this is just fine. Do not get discouraged. With constant practice you will find that you are able to complete more and more rounds and eventually you may not need this technique anymore.
After you feel that your mind is in a calm state and you would like to move into another form of meditation focus on stabilizing the captured mind. * Keep yourself in a state of neutrality, having non-reaction to thoughts. Detach from thoughts completely.
Do not feel unhappy if there are no thoughts, or disappointed if there are thoughts. * Use the witness consciousness – the stillness that exists behind every thought and action. This is the background of awareness where thoughts are coming and going. Stay in the awareness of the awareness itself~
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Apr 8

ozonebabys-temple:

Capturing the uncaught mind : This technique comes from the Buddhist tradition for Yoga.

This is a good technique to use for 15-20 minutes before a meditation session, especially if you are having trouble calming the mind. I find it very useful on days when my mind is incredibly active and resisting meditation. Technique: * Relax the entire being and slow the breath *

Begin to focus upon the pauses between each inhalation and exhalation * Start counting each cycle of inhalation and exhalation as one count * Count each cycle from 1-7, then start back at one and count from 1-14, then starting back at one, count each cycle from 1-21, and so on….increasing each time by 7 counts *

If at anytime the mind interferes and you forget which count or which cycle you are one, then start again 1-7, 1-14, and so on. The purpose is not to see how many counts you can get, but it is to still the mind and focus upon the pauses between inhalation and exhalation.

The counting is merely a tool to keep the mind focused and calm. You may find that some days you struggle to complete the first round of seven, this is just fine. Do not get discouraged. With constant practice you will find that you are able to complete more and more rounds and eventually you may not need this technique anymore.

After you feel that your mind is in a calm state and you would like to move into another form of meditation focus on stabilizing the captured mind. * Keep yourself in a state of neutrality, having non-reaction to thoughts. Detach from thoughts completely.

Do not feel unhappy if there are no thoughts, or disappointed if there are thoughts. * Use the witness consciousness – the stillness that exists behind every thought and action. This is the background of awareness where thoughts are coming and going. Stay in the awareness of the awareness itself~

 ozonebabys-temple

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108nirvanicbliss:

Galactic Jelly by Threyda
Apr 6

108nirvanicbliss:

Galactic Jelly by Threyda

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wiccan-wisdom:

wild-souls:

wild-souls

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Apr 6

wiccan-wisdom:

wild-souls:

wild-souls

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autonaut-of-the-cosmoroute:

Roses | via Facebook en We Heart It.
Apr 6

autonaut-of-the-cosmoroute:

Roses | via Facebook en We Heart It.