October 21, 2014
blazepress:

These are pictures of different dried human tears. Grief, laughter, onion and change. Each type has a different chemical makeup which makes them appear different.




Have to check this, he interesting if real!! So cool:)

blazepress:

These are pictures of different dried human tears. Grief, laughter, onion and change. Each type has a different chemical makeup which makes them appear different.

Have to check this, he interesting if real!! So cool:)

(via fat-old-sunn)

October 20, 2014
Lmao!! I know this would be so embarrassing but look!! He flew for a moment!!! We was freaking flying!! Yes!!!

Lmao!! I know this would be so embarrassing but look!! He flew for a moment!!! We was freaking flying!! Yes!!!

(Source: sqvad, via no-namelegend)

October 20, 2014
psykedelix:

allcreatures:


Three-week-old baby sulcatta tortoises, which have been named Donatello, Raphael, Leonardo and Michelangelo, hitch a ride on the back of their mother Margaret at the Lake District Wild Life Park near Keswick. It’s the first time the wildlife park has successfully bred Africa’s largest tortoise.

Picture: Owen Humphreys/PA (via Pictures of the day: 16 October 2014 - Telegraph)

This makes me so happy.

psykedelix:

allcreatures:

Three-week-old baby sulcatta tortoises, which have been named Donatello, Raphael, Leonardo and Michelangelo, hitch a ride on the back of their mother Margaret at the Lake District Wild Life Park near Keswick. It’s the first time the wildlife park has successfully bred Africa’s largest tortoise.

Picture: Owen Humphreys/PA (via Pictures of the day: 16 October 2014 - Telegraph)

This makes me so happy.

(via fat-old-sunn)

October 20, 2014
Amazing

Amazing

(Source: meadow--sage, via goddesswithinyou)

October 20, 2014
"Give yourself permission to be a passionate person. Be passionate about anything or anyone you choose, without interference from your inner critic."

Wayne W. Dyer (via ajna-aakhu)

(Source: thecoolestinfatuation, via goddesswithinyou)

October 20, 2014
iamallastonishment:

There is something about this - primal ownership, perhaps - that I enjoy. Especially when you do it surreptitiously in public …


Yes!!! And I think that there is an openness and confidence in the relationship that their not afraid to do/try things, and the big sexy one….what’s on their mind :)

iamallastonishment:

There is something about this - primal ownership, perhaps - that I enjoy. Especially when you do it surreptitiously in public …

Yes!!! And I think that there is an openness and confidence in the relationship that their not afraid to do/try things, and the big sexy one….what’s on their mind :)

(Source: zombormesi, via sweetsurrendermm)

October 19, 2014
justbeingnamaste:

Our deepest fears are like dragons guarding our deepest treasure.

justbeingnamaste:

Our deepest fears are like dragons
guarding our deepest treasure.

October 19, 2014
magicalnaturetour:

Tigress looking upwards (by Tambako the Jaguar)

magicalnaturetour:

Tigress looking upwards (by Tambako the Jaguar)

October 19, 2014
justbeingnamaste:

Behold, I have reached the peak of the mountain and my spirit has taken flight in the heavens of freedom and liberation.  I have gone far, far away, O children of my mother; the hills beyond the mists are now hidden from my view, the last traces of the valleys have been flooded by the ocean of serenity, and the paths and trails have been erased by the hand of oblivion.  The roar of ocean waves has faded.  I no longer hear anything but the anthem of eternity, which harmonizes with the spirit.

justbeingnamaste:

Behold, I have reached the peak of the mountain and my spirit has taken flight in the heavens of freedom and liberation.  I have gone far, far away, O children of my mother; the hills beyond the mists are now hidden from my view, the last traces of the valleys have been flooded by the ocean of serenity, and the paths and trails have been erased by the hand of oblivion.  The roar of ocean waves has faded.  I no longer hear anything but the anthem of eternity, which harmonizes with the spirit.


October 19, 2014
theastrarium:

"History and mythology are full of examples of the astral body visiting other places and other times. The ideas of the astral body and its ability to transcend and move through time and space were known as far back as ancient Egypt, Greece, and Mesopotamia, if not earlier. The Hindus and the Norse knew of it. The same magickal powers were credited to yogins, fakirs, and alchemists. It is very likely that astral travel began to be explored in a spiritual and practical sense during the time of the matriarchal cultures. This flying ability was attributed to all humans during the mythological period of many civilizations. This talent was still part of Goddess Mysteries during later periods of history.”― D. J. ConwayA Witch’s Travel Guide to Astral Realmshttp://amzn.to/1rU02nhImage Credit: Bruno Dayan

theastrarium:

"History and mythology are full of examples of the astral body visiting other places and other times. The ideas of the astral body and its ability to transcend and move through time and space were known as far back as ancient Egypt, Greece, and Mesopotamia, if not earlier. The Hindus and the Norse knew of it. The same magickal powers were credited to yogins, fakirs, and alchemists.

It is very likely that astral travel began to be explored in a spiritual and practical sense during the time of the matriarchal cultures. This flying ability was attributed to all humans during the mythological period of many civilizations. This talent was still part of Goddess Mysteries during later periods of history.”

― D. J. Conway
A Witch’s Travel Guide to Astral Realms
http://amzn.to/1rU02nh

Image Credit: Bruno Dayan

(via green-magick)

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