🌙Such a beautiful #FullMoon vibration tonight. This is the last Full Moon of the “life” energy portion of the cycle of 2018... from now on, the vibrant summer energy will begin to wane, and after the harvest it will slowly decline and dry up. Time is coming to take stock of everything we’ve planted and harvested during this past season, and to clean up our unfinished odds and ends. We will slow down, go more inward, and begin to plan the next planting season, in 2019. Whether we’re planting actual plants, the seeds of a new venture, or a new idea, we will know everything we do is blessed, since it is all done in accordance with the harmony of the seasons, the moon, and the truth. Safe travels! 🔮
🌜Everything we do every single day should be to raise our vibration, & that of the consciousness of the species. The universe reverberates with our every move, the eyes of karma forever gazing upon our thoughts and actions... there is no escape, so you might as well follow the voice within you that evolution has instilled in every cell... follow your knowing, it will lead you back home✨.
💎 Crystal Healing with healing jewelry can make a world of a difference for those dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, eating disorders, OCD... you name it. Crystals have their own strong vibrations, and keeping them near the body overtime can help to change the energy flow between chakras, slowly balancing it. As the flow balances, the wearer feels more at peace and less bothered by compulsions and negative energies and thoughts, which can eventually aid in healing the condition altogether, or at the very least reducing its symptoms. For most of us, crystals can keep us more focused, more peaceful, and closer to the source. <3 For more information on individuals crystal properties, visit the Crystal Healing page.
Pretty affected by this Alice In Chains book which I finally finished...especially its detailed descriptions of Layne Staley's slow and painful demise into less than nothing before dying alone, surrounded by syringes. Sigh. So much pain has been caused by humans' immature inability to handle substances, and furthermore -- our creation of molecular monsters like heroin, which nature could've never cooked up all by herself. Nature has limits and rules--- humans often don't. We've tinkered with things until molecular monsters have filled the world. I hope the 90s was the last of that this earth will ever see, I hope we're only heading for higher consciousness from now on. <3
P.S Hauntingly, here is the last song Layne Staley ever recorded. Glimpses of his old self can still be heard in the guttural delivery of these vocals. Despite his tooth loss.
Last night I got the chance to go to a rave-like event right here in London, no travel necessary! The venue, designs and atmosphere were impressive, as was the turnout! Well done, organizers. Good psytrance, good Gaia vibes, and good dancing! <3
Event Facebook page
The atmosphere was magic
djs were out of this world! lots of people showed up & danced
had to dance, too!
Please bring back some more Gaia vibes again soon! <3
You are all just different versions of myself. All I can do is sit back and watch as a wave of energy swims everywhere. Each person is me. I know them inside and out. It's ok to cry-- it's overwhelming, I understand...
Sharper thoughts materialize in the form of bats, dampness and darkness calling... can't refuse... because I love the green of moss. Sounds of droplets falling, as they have for eternity... drip, drop, drop, stalagmites being whispered into existence. I finally take darkness by the hand. It's calm and cool in the shadows. Warmth can burn.
I have always been interested in how human beings were constructed - mind, body, and spirit. My young mind was confident that all mysteries are to be solved via decoding the physical brain and body, so I began my education as a biochemistry major back when I lived in California. After taking plenty of science courses (math, physics, chemistry, biology), however, I began to develop an uneasy feeling that something was missing: the physical was simply not the whole story. The rest of the pieces, however, continued to elude me for many more years.
When I moved back to Canada and began working on my BSc at York University in Toronto, the feeling grew, and I soon chose to change my major to Psychology. Suddenly, all my scientific knowledge about the physical construction of the human being and, indeed, the world, began to serve me in learning how the brain receives, processes and encodes information. I also began to study the wetware/physiological bases of many psychological disorders (e.g., ADHD), and connected this information back to my knowledge of how chemistry affects our biology. Slowly, I began to realize that we each have a unique, individual experience of self, mind, and the world. This ever-present point of view is forever in flux, dynamic, and ever-changing, and is based on both our individual natures and the uniquely-constructed frameworks of our nurture (our environment).
As time went on, I finally realized that the making of a healthy mind-body complex requires an infinitely-intricate interplay of physical, environmental, and, frankly, spiritual components. And I have always been interested in the making of a healthy mind -- since I saw so many flaws in my own, flaws that the system outside myself had named and categorized and called "abnormal". I began to see that, ultimately, my journey's purpose had always been that of healing myself and my family. However, the scientific and psychological knowledge - even combined - was still not the complete picture.
When I left my graduate program in 2013, my feelings of uneasiness were at their peak. It seemed to me that pieces of the puzzle were being dangled in front of me, but never quite constructed into the full picture of the blueprints of a human being. I then proceeded to, instinctively, spend more than a year meditating, doing yoga, engaging in reiki (unbeknownst to me), and learning about what my body wanted, what my spirit needed, and what my mind could accept. Inevitably and naturally, this time away from society boosted my creativity, as I began to put the puzzle pieces together so that I may begin to understand who I am, and what is my place in this world. I created feverishly, transforming myself forever.
Ultimately, the secret had always been balance, and a life which is essentially built around the bright and true middle path that the Buddha so vehemently insisted is the only path to enlightenment. Even in our modern world, with its obsession with money and perfection, the middle path has proven itself true, time and time again: the light.
Peace to you.