We all have spurts of disillusionment and desperation, but they can all be contextualised and soothed by the passing of ~time~ and appreciation for good things in the process. ∞ ☽ ☿ ☮ 卐 ☯ 卐 ☮ ☿ ☾ ∞
Anonymous asked: You are a truly exquisite, beautiful being inside and out. Bless xxx
Oh! <3 Thank you, angel. I love you so much. The truly exquisite beauty of my being is but a reflection of your divine Self. I am what I am because of who we all are. Peace and blessings. Namaste~
Anonymous asked: hey I've recently been coming to terms with what it means to be present and live in the "here and now" and I understand it in some respect, it makes sense but then I don't understand what's so wrong about reflecting on the past and looking forward to the future
Hello, sweet blossoming flower of love <3 To be present does not equate to living in the Here&Now.. It is of deeply understanding and realising for yourself that the Here&Now is all there is. So you are not ~in~ the Here&Now because you ~are~ the Here&Now. Does that make sense? There is nothing wrong with reflecting on the past and/or looking forward to the future because the past and future are neither right nor wrong; the past is memory and the future is imagination. Of course, in order to live in this world we need to be mindful of the future and cognisant of the past.. and in doing so we also need to remain both mindful and cognisant of the present (above all) because life truly exists, as it is, Here&Now <3 Essentially, the past and the future only become a problem for us when we fixate on them to the extent that they may overshadow the aliveness of the present. I hope this helps. In Lak’ech Ala K’in.
Anonymous asked: how do you find such beautiful places??
It happens as it happens. I spend a lot of time amongst nature.. and nature is always beautiful, Nature is God. So it’s not a matter of finding nature when it is already within, without, all around. I’m assuming this question is in reference to the picture of the garden I posted earlier? I didn’t plan or expect to go there nor was I even aware of its existence until I saw it with my own eyes. I was stuck in an area I rarely frequent with a whole afternoon to spare, so I kind of just floated into this tiny store nearby; it was emanating a curious energy and I wasn’t exactly sure what it sold behind those dusty windows.. I soon discovered that it was not only a store, but the home of a spiritual couple, a mystery maze of lavishly decorated rooms, every inch of which was filled with countless magical treasures (incense, candles, crystals, rocks, dream catchers, oils, jewellery, fabric, books, posters, water features, delicate carved statues of various animals and gods); the walls depicted a vibrant, painted jungle paradise of rainbow tropical birds, shimmering waterfalls, and deep, luscious greens; there was a fish tank and a turtle tank and an extended, happy family of smooth succulents, flowering cacti, shady palms, twisted vines, fragrant herbs, all growing and hanging from every angle of their home. Naturally, I ended up staying for a while and I had some tea and conversation and I made a new friend. I’ve personally found that these strange, surreal, and utterly beautiful experiences most often occur when you abandon the illusion of time, of separation, and simply allow yourself to go with the flow. Oh, the adventures one encounters in the Here&Now.. Let it happen as it happens. Love and light. Namaste. <3