Hiatus

I’m putting this blog on hiatus for awhile until further notice. I do apologize for those of you who were excited about this community and watched it dwindle. At times we start projects in our lives, and unfortunately, shortly thereafter things happen that we can not stop or control. After I began this community, certain personal things started piling on top of me one at a time and it became too overwhelming to balance this with everything else. I think each one of you are beautiful, and I thank you so much for doing what you could to help keep this alive. You’re spirits are darling. But for right now, I’m just going to be on my personal blog here. I will keep this page up for those who stumble across it, and I will let everyone know when I return. Goodbye for now family.

Ascension: What is it, and How Do You Get There?

From: lightworkersworld.com

Pursuing a full time career and juggling the responsibilities of everyday life while trying to walk the spiritual path of ascension need not be all that challenging. Ascension is merely a shift in consciousness. It is a step-by-step process of achieving greater awareness that comes in stages, each stage of new awareness is another level or aspect of ascension.

There is no such thing as a grand cosmic leap into complete nirvana or ultimate awareness – this is a fallacy. And if you think you know of anyone who has actually achieved an ultimate state of awareness, then please call me, because I have an amazing piece of prime property on a large bed of desert quicksand that would be perfect for you to build a home… and I can sell it to you really cheap! Yes, there are times you may experience greater leaps of consciousness into a new awareness, but on the whole, ascension is a gradual process of growth and understanding.

The living of life itself is a natural process of ascension whether you are consciously seeking ascension or not.  Every relationship you encounter, every challenge you deal with, every new idea you contemplate, every road you travel, will bring you into a greater awareness of yourself, the space within you and the space around you.

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Matsyasana, or Fish pose.

Step by Step

Lie on your back on the floor with your knees bent, feet on the floor. Inhale, lift your pelvis slightly off the floor, and slide your hands, palms down, below your buttocks. Then rest your buttocks on the backs of your hands (and don’t lift them off your hands as you perform this pose). Be sure to tuck your forearms and elbows up close to the sides of your torso.

Inhale and press your forearms and elbows firmly against the floor. Next press your scapulas into your back and, with an inhale, lift your upper torso and head away from the floor. Then release your head back onto the floor. Depending on how high you arch your back and lift your chest, either the back of your head or its crown will rest on the floor. There should be a minimal amount of weight on your head to avoid crunching your neck. (For more about this, see the Beginners Tip below.)

You can keep your knees bent or straighten your legs out onto the floor. If you do the latter, keep your thighs active, and press out through the heels.

Stay for 15 to 30 seconds, breathing smoothly. With an exhalation lower your torso and head to the floor. Draw your thighs up into your belly and squeeze.

(c)Yogajournal.com

List of Positive Affirmations for Overcoming Fear

The key when saying, and/or reading, affirmations is to feel the feelings they portray. It can help to fully relax and know that at the core of your being, these statements are true. If they feel out of reach or you are having a hard time convincing yourself of their truth, adjust the affirmation to include the words choose, potential, or willing to make them true for you at this moment. Also, affirmations gain their power from repetition. The more often you say them, the more they will impact your reality.

I welcome freedom into my mind.

I release all fear from my life.

I am safe.

I am free to live in peace and security.

Love rules my thoughts and actions.

I replace all of the fear I feel with love.

I am willing to let fear go and live in harmony with all life.

Fear is just a thought. It is not based in reality, and it does not control my actions.

The world is inherently good.

I am free from fearful thoughts.

My spirit is grounded in peace and it expands to embrace my thoughts.

My thoughts are filled with peace and tranquility.

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this blog is perfection

Thank you so much! That was such a sweet thing to say (: You are beautiful. Namaste love.

Simple Sassy Water Recipe for Weight Loss or General Health!

You need:
2L water
1 medium cucumber
1 Lemon
10-12 mint leaves.

Instructions:
Just pour all together, and let it steep overnight in the fridge! Drink it every day! Wallah!(;

herheartjumps

Hello, there! I go by J. I will be 25 in June. 62887 - Cancer baby all the way. ;) I love music and anything that will give off postive energy. The simple things in life make me happy, like a kiss on my forehead or seeing a daisy in a field. I try to laugh at anything and everything. My blog is a reflection on myself. So, if you are interested in anything further, feel free to check it out! Much love. xx J



clouddazedmoon

The Name you Wish to be Called:Marinn (Muh-rinn) is my name that is what you may call me.
Your Age, or the age you feel you are:I’m 20 years young, but I feel like I’ve been alive much longer.
How you express yourself:I express my self through painting/art, my photography and though music.
What you love: I love Tea, rain (when we get it here in Nevada), painting, photography, happy people, life, the earth, and being alone in the wilderness.
What you dislike: I dislike narrow minded people and negative people that only see bad in the world.
Anything else you’d like to add: I’m always here if anyone wants to talk!

~ Graceful-Liar

Hey lovelies!

The Name you Wish to be Called: Tess

Age, or the age you feel you are: 15

How you express yourself: Just old-fashioned human interaction, as well as writing!

What you love: Nature, tea, books, hiking, camping, the smell of spring… the simple things! Oh and of course my family  and friends :)

What you dislike: Closed minds,  negativity, war, racism, stereotypes, and unnecessary drama between friends.  But most of all when people are judgmental. 

Anything else you’d like to add: When people ask me what ‘type’ of blog I have, I never know what to say. It’s not hipster, nor photography, nor vintage. There is no way to categorize it. To me, blogs are almost like pieces of art, often reflecting the type of person we are. My blog, is the real me, as your blogs, are the real you. I’m super excited to check out everyone’s masterpieces! Happy blogging :)