Let there be spaces in your togetherness and let the winds of the heavens dance...– Kahlil Gibran, from The Prophet, 1923 (via underthesunsalutation)
fuckyeahyoga: There are different wells within... →
fuckyeahyoga: There are different wells within your heart. Some fill with each good rain, Others are far too deep for that. In one well You have just a few precious cups of water, That “love” is literally something of yourself, It can grow as slow as a diamond If it is lost. Your love Should…
What is your cuddling position? →
cocobellax: The Spoon: “Semi-foetal, genitals against buttocks”, this position provides both of you with maximum physical closeness and is the most common sleep position for the first three to five years of a long term relationship. The Honeymoon Hug: A position for the early months of a relationship “when you’re so deeply enamoured you wish you could fuse, or just after lovemaking”....
what you seek is seeking you
3: Thought (an excerpt)
thecapsizingsun: 35 Hard it is to train the mind, which goes where it likes and does what it wants. But a trained mind brings health and happiness. 36 The wise can direct their thoughts, subtle and elusive, wherever they choose: a trained mind brings health and happiness. -Buddha, from The Dhammapada
You need to learn how to select your thoughts just the same way you select your...– Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love (via imbraveheart)
Only Breath Is Eternal: Asteya →
fuckyeahyoga: brantpointlighthouse: Do not take what is not given. This means don’t steal. It means don’t borrow. On a more philosophical level, it means don’t waste people’s time. But most importantly to me, it means don’t make assumptions: Say you are having a conversation with someone. And you’re listening and talking and absorbing and then you leave and later you’re contemplating…....
New York Times link: The Joy of Quiet →
fuckyeahyoga: The urgency of slowing down — to find the time and space to think — is nothing new, of course, and wiser souls have always reminded us that the more attention we pay to the moment, the less time and energy we have to place it in some larger context. “Distraction is the only thing that consoles us for our miseries,” the French philosopher Blaise Pascal wrote in the 17th century,...
If you correct your mind, the rest of your life will fall into place.– Lao Tzu (via 122782)