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"The tenth gate is the gathering point of consciousness. Therein lies the path for our return. The tenth gate is also known as the sixth chakra, the third eye, bindu, the center located between the two eyebrows. This is the gateway through which we leave the gates of the sense organs and enter in the divine realms and finally become established in the soul. We travel back from the Realm of Darkness to the Realm of Light, from the Light to the Divine Sound, and from the Realm of Sound to the Soundless State. This is called turning back to the Source." (Swami Santsevi Ji Maharaj)
All I want for Christmaaaaaaaas is a 4.0
Either be groovy or leave, man.”
— Bob Dylan (via gookgod)
1:28 am 19,014 notes
— F. Butler (via aqueuse)
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"Similarly, [Freud] viewed jokes as expressions of repressed sexual and aggressive tendencies, and dreams as the ‘royal road to the unconscious.’"
10:21 pm 1 note
At the hookah bar and they have lava lamps and the comfiest couches and I have a view of the guys in the room next to us through the curtains and they’re playing good music, good vibes
I honestly don’t think I’m that great and I know it’s because I’m so, so averse to arrogance that I want to be far from it, yet it can’t be that I think of myself as having nothing good in me.
I must believe that I’m great to some extent, to try to be in love with myself so that I can do what makes me happy. Why has it always been such a struggle for me to love myself? I don’t want to just be okay with myself, to be borderline-loathing myself, to not see or refuse to recognize what is good about me. I know there is good in me, why can’t I embrace that instead of thinking about all the ways I lack? I hate to make things self centered, selfish, oriented around me when the universe revolves around everything else—
but to be a better me, I have to love me, care for me, and see enough worth in myself to do so, something that seems to come so easily to everyone else…
what if I’m just too afraid to love myself?
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