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floriferous:

Campire 2 by lilymaudbanks on Flickr.

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You should look into your confusion further. You should push into it instead of closing yourself off. In that way, you just keep opening and unfolding, like flowers in the summertime. Even though they are exposed to the weather, to the wind and rain, flowers still keep unfolding themselves, until finally they bloom at their best.

Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche (via misspants1016)

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Muggy misty morning on the bayou #cycling #bayou #morning (at Bayou Lamourie)

We are very good at preparing to live, but not very good at living. We know how to sacrifice ten years for a diploma, and we are willing to work very hard to get a job, a car, a house, and so on. But we have difficulty remembering that we are alive in the present moment, the only moment there is for us to be alive.

Thich Nhat Hanh (via larmoyante)

wellbeyondmars:

Yoga Asana of the Week: Reclining Hero

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And therefore, all of those for whom authentic transformation has deeply unseated their souls must, I believe, wrestle with the profound moral obligation to shout form the heart—perhaps quietly and gently, with tears of reluctance; perhaps with fierce fire and angry wisdom; perhaps with slow and careful analysis; perhaps by unshakable public example—but authentically always and absolutely carries a a demand and duty: you must speak out, to the best of your ability, and shake the spiritual tree, and shine your headlights into the eyes of the complacent. You must let that radical realization rumble through your veins and rattle those around you.

Ken Wilber (via kosmicfool)

cadenced:

Jered Gruber photo from Abruzzo in Italy.

Evening fire on the altar

The mind is nothing but thoughts. Now behind every particular thought there is a general thought, which is the ‘I’, that is yourself. Let us call this ‘I’ the first thought. Stick to this ‘I-thought’ and question it to find out what it is. When this question takes strong hold on you, you cannot think of other thoughts.

Ramana Maharshi (via ashramof1)

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