1. I surrendered my beliefs
    and found myself at the tree of life
    injecting my story into the veins of leaves
    only to find that stories like forests
    are subject to seasons
    —  Saul Williams (via purplebuddhaproject)

  2. (Source: human-destiny)



  4. Realize that your world is only a reflection of yourself and stop finding fault with the reflection. Attend to yourself, set yourself right; mentally and emotionally. The physical self will follow automatically.
    — Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (via singingovertheboness)

    (Source: zenarchism, via feedyourwanderlust)


  5. fauxmulder:

    Literature Meme: Movements (1/2) > Transcendentalism

    Transcendentalism was a movement in nineteenth-century American literature and thought. It called for people to view the objects in the world as small versions of the whole universe, and to trust their individual intuitions. Transcendentalism placed heavy emphasis on nature, contemplative thought, and self-reliance. Noted transcendentalists include Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller, and—to a lesser extent—Robert Frost.

    (via entheogenicmushroomomens)



  7. mentalalchemy:

    Original artwork for clients based off one’s energy field.
    By Alex Fitch / MentalAlchemy


  8. A friend is someone who gives you total freedom to be yourself.
    — Jim Morrison (via zodiaccity)

    (via b0hemian-vibes)


  9. The greatest sin is to think yourself weak. Be not afraid of anything. You will do Marvelous work. It is Fearlessness that brings Heaven even in a moment.
    — Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) (via lazyyogi)

    (via mysticallion)


  10. eartheld:

    mostly nature

    (Source: tumblr.com, via barefoot-vegan)



  12. wkallpa:

    Quechua man and Andean Condor.

    (via warriorgoddessa)


  13. Acceptance of thoughts allows attachment to cease.
    — Jaymur (via perceiving-change)

    (via prometheanreach)


  14. (Source: mysticallion)


  15. saepphire:


    By Alexandra Sophie

    Jardin fleuris is a series representing the different ages of a woman. The first picture is called Virgin Soil, the second is called Mûres which means both “blackberries” and “mature” representing puberty and first periods, the third picture is called Broken Eggs. Broken eggs represent the loss of virginity in arts. The fourth photo is called Blossom in the Garden and represents a mother with her inner fertile garden.

    (via entheogenicmushroomomens)