I seek to obtain balance, to find a certain okayness with the things in my universe. I long to be free from all weights and obligations. To roam naked, to be surrounded only by people who live for peace and for the chance to be so lucky as to have their souls awakened. I often…
I would just like to say that I think what you guys are doing is amazing. This blog is inspiring. The idea behind it is beautiful. It's really helping me come to terms with everything that has gone on in my life and finding inner peace. I've been in the process for a little less than a year, but finding this blog is definitely going to help me keep my mind clear and grounded. You are beautiful people. Thank you so,so much.
Thank YOU so much, sister! We’re so glad we could help! Inner peace first, outer peace after <3
Thank you for the kind words; universal blessings!
August is a new month, a new beginning, no more i can't, YOU CAN and YOU WILL! just because you screwed up in July doesn't mean you're gonna scew up August! Get out there and kick some ass and make it YOUR month, becuase no one is gonna do it for you!
“The real seeker of truth never seeks truth. On the contrary, he tries to clean himself of all that is untrue, inauthentic, insincere - and when his heart is ready, purified, the guest comes. You cannot find the guest, you cannot go after him. He comes to you; you just have to be prepared. You have to be in a right attitude.”—
This is your brain. This is your brain on yoga! Meditation to be exact. New, real, comprehensive studies are being done to prove that meditation does indeed actually transform the circuits of the brain to increase functionality, focus, empathy and happiness. How fabulous! Changes have been seen in the limbic system or the brain’s emotional command center controlling the endocrine and autonomic nervous system, the prefrontal cortex in charge of focus, thoughts and actions, and left-sided anterior region responsible for generating positive emotions. You know, just minor parts of the brain necessary for your overall energetic existence and prosperity.
The aim of Zen training is to die while alive, that is, to actually become the self of no-mind, and no-form, and then to revive as the True Self of no-mind and no-form. In Zen training, therefore, what is most important is for one to revive from the abyss of unconsciousness.
“We only have moments in which to live. The future is a concept, a very useful concept, I am not putting it down. The past, memory, is also a concept. But the only time in which our lives are unfolding is now.”—Jon Kabat-Zinn (via itsjustthatway)