1. "The Truth will haunt and consume you until you face it completely; only then will it set you free."
    — The Mystical Lion
     
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  3. (Source: v0o0do0, via mydarknessfalls)

     
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  5. illuminatizeitgeist:

    “The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.”

    Aurelius, Marcus. Meditations

    (via mydarknessfalls)

     
  6. dvdp:

    140822 

    (via pachipachiworld)

     
  7. We seek “closure” in broken relationships because we seek to understand the “why” of it all—not so much because we are lamenting its loss (even if we are)—after all, it’s “closure,” so on some level we are already in the process of acceptance. No, what we really need is to know is where our judgment went so horribly wrong. We need to understand how we could have trusted this person so, how we could have allowed ourselves to be vulnerable with someone who ultimately couldn’t (or just didn’t) respect it, how we missed the signs or were fooled….

    This is a normal, natural response—normal, natural, and completely insane. See it, and know it to be so. Know it to be the EGO’s reflexive response: “if I can UNDERSTAND it then next time I can CONTROL it better.” And so, under the EGO’s relentless lash, our poor brain comes up with a million reasons, a million excuses, a million ways to point blame or wallow in guilt, a million why why whys….

    To what end?

    There is no lesson to be learned. There is no pattern to watch out for. Each relationship is unique, a once-upon-a-time conglomeration of two personalities and time-space and circumstance, never to repeat itself again

    Don’t get me wrong: a little introspection is a good thing, and spotting your own patterns can be quite rewarding and productive (if properly understood and acted upon), but most of what passes for “closure” is actually just mental masturbation, just the EGO seeking to redefine itself as the Victim, the Sufferer, the Wounded One or the Angry One, the Misunderstood One…etcetera ad nauseam. In other words, it’s just crap. So do your best to see it, know it, let it go and move on.

    You will heal faster, I promise.

    ~The Mystical Lion

     
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  10. "I find hope in the darkest of days, and focus in the brightest. I do not judge the universe."
    — The Dalai Lama (via lazyyogi)

    (via spiritualevolution1111)

     
  11. (Source: pachipachiworld)

     
  12. (Source: 30000fps)

     
  13. age-of-awakening:

    Sacred feminine drawing i did using the Vitruvian concept. 

    (via age-of-awakening)

     
  14. (Source: chicparadise2)

     
  15. illuminatizeitgeist:

    "Sunlight is actually white. However, when it is divided up into its different frequencies we see the seven primary colors: Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. It is only when all of the different colors join together that we have the brilliance that is sunlight. With this metaphor in mind, suppose you had seven groups of people each in possession of one color from the rainbow. You had the Red Religion, the Blue Religion, the Green Religion, and so on. Each group believes it has the perfect color and they argue for centuries over who is right. Of course, they are all right. Each of the seven groups is holding a piece of the truth. But there is a higher truth, one ultimate truth about the color of light. That truth is the color white, which contains all seven colors. White light contains all the joy we seek, but we only find it when we unite the rest of humanity, when all the peoples of the world share their wisdom with each other in harmony and mutual respect." 

    - Yehuda Berg, Prayer of the Kabbalist

    (via codejoker)