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campfiregirl:

1.
on the airplane she said
“i feel stretched”
where? i asked & she laid her hand
on her crown chakra


2.
this morning we walked to breakfast
birds were singing
“HOLY HOLY HOLY HOLY” she whispered
“that’s what they’re saying
HO-WHEE HO-WHEE
WHOLE WHEAT
well, anyway whole wheat is holy too”

diane di prima

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“In each mind resides a potential so potent
they make us think that we ain’t got it
If we did then we’d control shit”

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wolfatdusk:

Doing my usual yearly Thylacine research and giving myself the sads.

80 years since the last known capture, 77 since the last known death. What I wouldn’t give to see this marsupial brought back from extinction.

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George Harrison explaining the first time he and John Lennon ever did LSD.

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blackspaceandstars:

nt xixj u a ai gses eufr biq

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“It is not the truth that hurts, it is the outrageous lie.”
—  William S. Burrough

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“The practice of meditation in the Vajrayana is fundamentally about developing an attitude of love - of loving kindness towards ourselves. And you almost could say that that’s the beginning and the end of it. If you know how to do that and you’re willing to do it, there’s no further journey that’s needed.”
—  Reggie Ray 

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mytraveltimes:

Kakadu National Park - Rock Art - Australia

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neon0561:

The Science of Lucid Dreaming (by AsapSCIENCE)

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My Idea of Fun
by Wingnut Dishwasher's Union

shadowami:

Wingnut Dishwashers Union - “My Idea of Fun”

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“Mistakes are almost always of a sacred nature. Never try to correct them. On the contrary: rationalize them, understand them thoroughly. After that, it will be possible for you to sublimate them.”
—  Salvador Dali

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