Anonymous asked: hey i've been pretty depressed lately and i've honestly been alone my entire life. I've never had anyone to call mine and its starting to get to me now that i'm getting older. the few times ive opened up to the people i've liked, the feelings aren't mutual and thats when the depression gets really bad, yet i keep going.. i don't know what my motivation is but something is there fueling me. i truly feel like i'm going to be alone forever and its just such a burden
I love you, crescent moon cat. Do not fear being alone. We are all alone in this life, and yet we never truly are. We are born alone, we die alone, and we dance together in aloneness amongst existence as a whole. We are already complete, overflowing with unity.. So try not to get caught up in the personal idea of (the desire for) relationships and love because in that you forget the substance of love on a cosmic level.. and you ARE the cosmos; it is essential that you recognise the interconnectedness and inter-being of all things. Fill yourself with the love of the whole. Fill yourself with love and compassion for your Self. Be love, and love will never leave you. Let your fulfillment come from the revelation of what you really are and what it means to exist. It’s like, if a single atom were missing from the cosmos, the whole of creation would feel and mourn its loss. This is how significant all things are, sweetheart. This is what unconditional love is. <3 I think life is not giving you what you want because you are looking outwardly for what you should find inwardly. Discover the true source of love within. Use this time ‘alone’ to learn yourself, to know yourself, to accept and embrace and love yourself. Let go of your desires about how things ought to be because then you cannot see things simply as they are. Surrender to the flow and learn the truth of what I mean when I say there exists no boundaries between things. Meditation will help. Namaste. <3
Anonymous asked: Do you have opinions about sugar babies/ sex workers/ prostitutes? Care to share? What differences, if any, are among them?
Each to their own, darling. I think the industry can be terribly harmful and exploitative to many of those who work within it, but these factors are not confined to the sex industry alone. Money guarantees corruption. At the end of the day, sex workers are people at work. Some are empowered and driven by what they do, some are suffering at the hands of abuse.. but the differences are not in what you do. Fun fact: I very nearly became a stripper before I landed the job I am working now. The thought still plays at the back of my mind sometimes. Love and light to you. <3
You are the smell of sunlight / the sound of earth / the colour of air
You are things I cannot know / You are things I cannot live without
Anonymous asked: Do you have any other books you would reccomend on spiritual enlightenment and such? I read The Power of Now twice and I'm craving more and different perspectives.
The Power of Now is a simple and beautiful place to start.. I would also recommend the following -
(‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle, ‘The Places That Scare You’ by Pema Chodron, ‘I Am That’ by Nisargadatta Maharaj, ‘Be As You Are’ by Ramana Maharshi, ‘The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying’ by Sogyal Rinpoche, ‘Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind’ by Shunyru Suzuki, ‘Self-Knowlege’ by Nome, ‘Be Here Now’ by Ram Dass, ‘The Four Agreements’ by Don Miguel Ruiz, 'Autobiography of a Yogi' by Paramahansa Yogananda, 'The Art of Happiness' by The Dalai Lama (the first book on spirituality I ever read).. 'The Alchemist', 'Aleph' and anything else by Paulo Coehlo, although these are written more in the style of fiction. Look into the vast collection of texts by Osho, Deepak Chopra, and Jiddu Krishnamurti as well. Happy reading! Namaste. )
Anonymous asked: Anonymous asked: I just stumbled upon your blog and I was going through and reading some of the advice you give to people....& one of the responses you gave stood out to me and helped me, so thank you for that! ❤️ much love. xo
You’re very welcome, kitten. I’m grateful that we found each other.. In helping others, I help myself. All my love to you. <3