The Conscious Creatrix

Me, V: living, dying, creating and destroying
all to the tune of Trampled Under Foot (this song subject to change depending on the lunar cycle.)

fuckyeahyoga:

Brene Brown discusses the diff b/n sympathy and empathy. 

“The kingdom is within you and outside you. When you know yourselves, you will be known, and you will know you are children of the living father. But if you do not know yourselves, you live in poverty and you yourselves are the poverty.”

—   Jesus, The Gospel of Thomas (via lazyyogi)

Jesus was a yogi

(Source: lazyyogi)

Starting The Ultimate Yogi program!
Day One

panbye said: What's your favorite animal?

You, you beast.

panbye:

My wife just told me she expects me to do this within the year.

panbye:

My wife just told me she expects me to do this within the year.

sin—with—me:

Not my art , just my edit.

Right

sin—with—me:

Not my art , just my edit.

Right

(via )

In the future is where they sought god. And in the future they never came. The future was always now and they never new, for in their minds they were trapped, unable to know that god was all around and in themselves but never could they see with minds that chatter aimlessly. 

(I say god but I mean consciousness. They are the same thing.)

Surrender and Accept

In short, if the Great Love is naturally unifying, our individual, human experience of love is subject to change and loss, moods and tides, attachments and aversions. It doesn’t matter who or what we love; at some point, the object of our love will disappear from our life or disappoint us or stop being lovable, simply because change is the nature of existence. So individual love is always touched with suffering, even when the love we feel is “spiritual.”

An exerpt from: What is Love, By Sally Kempton

Published on Yoga Journal.com

http://www.yogajournal.com/lifestyle/1194?page=3

panbye:

With our roommates gone bills are going to be very tight but this gets to be our new room.

New sleep space makes me one happy camper!

panbye:

With our roommates gone bills are going to be very tight but this gets to be our new room.

New sleep space makes me one happy camper!