Our Weapon

THERE IS HOPE!

We are Peaceful Warriors, armed with the STRONGEST, most efficient weapon of all: LOVE.

Don’t be afraid to use it!

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Love Everybody’s hidden cameras video!

 

 

 

This Is What The Real World and Virtual Society Does Not Want You To See: The Outrage

YOU GO, GIRL. Rebloggin`-it!

Curves Become Her

This is going to be a helluva lengthy post so buckle up!

Some of you may recall I was interviewed by an editor at CLEO magazine Singapore last year pertaining to how I found myself blogging about plus size fashion and body positivity. It was a triumph personally and professionally to have my plus size form grace the pages of a magazine that does not normally feature bodies like mine. You can revisit the article Here, it was republished in the wake of the drama I am going to speak about in a bit.

A month or two into this year, I was approached by my editor at the magazine to write about how I overcame my fears of wearing swimwear in public, particularly bikinis. I was so ready to delve into the subject matter; the months following my very first two piece purchase last year led me feeling…

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Why it’s Crucial for Women to Heal the Mother Wound

EXCERPT:

Simply put, if a daughter internalizes her mother’s unconscious beliefs (which is some subtle form of “I’m not good enough”) then she has her mother’s approval but has in some way betrayed herself and her potential.

However, if she doesn’t internalize her mother’s unconscious beliefs in her own limitations but rather affirms her own power and potential, she is aware that her mother may unconsciously see this as a personal rejection.

The daughter doesn’t want to risk losing her mother’s love and approval,  so internalizing these limiting, unconscious beliefs is a form of loyalty and emotional survival for the daughter.

Source: Why it’s Crucial for Women to Heal the Mother Wound

I was never one for history class.

Source: I was never one for history class.

Healing our Wounds with Gold.

Beautiful thoughts, beautiful words… more than well-worth reading.

The Power Within

“When the Japanese mend broken objects, they aggrandize the damage by filling the cracks with gold. They believe that when something’s suffered damage and has a history it becomes more beautiful” Billie Mobayed

By N.B. Cardoso

The Japanese have an amazing ancient practice called Kintsugi, which means “golden joinery,” is all about turning ugly breaks into beautiful fixes.

I did not lose myselfThe story of Kintsugi may have begun in the late 15th century, when the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimasa sent a damaged Chinese tea bowl back to China to be fixed. It returned held together with ugly metal staples, ugly to the sight and unusable. Disgusted, he set out to find a better, more aesthetically pleasing way to repair broken pottery. It launched Japanese craftsmen on a quest for a new form of repair that could make a broken piece look as good as new, or better. The belief is that the object…

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The Last of the Granny Witches”. . . Send out your magic. Don’t be the last of your kind. We are the daughters of the Celts and the offspring of Druids and medieval mavens and the natives of the old world craft. And yes, God knows your name. Tell your tales and bewitch history, just like the mother mountains with her ages of charm and mystery, where peaches have never grown.”

PLEASE CLICK THE LINK, BELOW!

Thoroughly enjoyable, and so well worth your time.

Source: The Last of the Granny Witches

 

to the SoulSick of ALL types… I’m still standing… WE’RE still standing…

A new day.

the battle is real

One step at a time.

own your power choose

I am blessed, I am lucky.

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Today, I am still here to speak for those who are gone, both recent and not.

alright

My brain is working, my heart is full, my soul is powerful.

fearless

I honor LIFE and LOVE more than the SoulSick honor death and hate.

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“…and if I die before I wake, I pray that God/dess my Soul doth take.”

When that DOES eventually occur, and it WILL, yes it WILL, as it is part of the Beautiful Cycle of Life in which I believe, I hope I shall be allowed to carry my passions with me, and to unfurl a great banner beside the well-worn path near that sweetwater pond which lies beneath the largest willow tree on the far side of the Rainbow Bridge, where our Companions patiently await us.

I shall remain there, awaiting my friends, my family, my Tribe, my CLAN, as long as I am permitted.

miracle friends

And afterward?

Look over your shoulders, those of you who are SoulSick, those who kill for the sake of death, those who hate for the sake of hatred, those who believe that GOD/DESS requires the murder and death of innocents/innocence as acts of devotion and praise.  Feel those prickles on your scalp?  The hairs on the backs of your necks standing up?  The feeling you are being watched, and when you turn, there’s nothing there but the wind?  Your own blood running cold, and you can’t shake it and you don’t know why?  It’s not over, not by a long-shot.

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Those of us you hate(d) because we were/are not exactly like YOU… those of us you thought you disposed of forever, those whose worldly blood you spilled, in which you rejoiced and danced for your own shallow, selfish, earthly “advantage”… only the shells of our Earthly bodies are done and gone.  We DO live on.

I will be ready — WE will be ready — and you’ll never know what hit you.

You shall NOT pass.

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SO MOTE IT BE.

6 Types of Emotional Abuse by Narcissistic Parents

Quote Challenge – #2 of 3

Two days ago, I was nominated by – Candlelight & Bubblebathshttps://candlelightandbubblebaths.wordpress.com/ – to participate in the Quote Challenge.  This means that every day for three (3) days I am to post a quote I like.  On each of my posts, I am to tag three fellow bloggers, who are nominated to take part in the challenge.  I hope all those whom I tag will choose to participate as well.

Here is a link to the post which nominated me:
https://candlelightandbubblebaths.wordpress.com/2015/09/13/quote-challenge-day-one/

And so, without further ado, here is my “Quote of the Day #2” ~

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I offer this counsel to those going through change: losses, difficult times, and any type of “new developments” which they need support to handle.

I know, I know… most of us don’t like change… we fear change… change hurts… change is scary… but everything changes.  Nothing can be static in life.  Life is one big cycle/Circle, always moving forward whether we like it or not.

Sure, changes can feel as overwhelming as plunging your body into an icy sea (remember, some people do that for funbrrr!)… expanding or decreasing your family… leaving one career for another… starting a new life in a new location… making money or losing money… and so much more.

Trust your instincts, and then step off into the Great Abyss.  Work with what you’ve got.  You feel like you’re drowning in that rip-tide?  Float.  Breathe.  Swim parallel to the shore.  Think outside the box.  Don’t let your fears take the enjoyment out of life.  Don’t paralyze yourself.  You are better than that.

I am now nominating the following three bloggers to participate in the Quote of the Day Challenge:

http://witchschamber.blogspot.com/Tess @ The Witch’s Chamber

https://craftycollegewitches.wordpress.com/Crafty College Witches

https://redtentmovie.wordpress.com/Isadora @ The Red Tent Movie

~ Namaste

Quote Challenge – Day One (1) of Three (3)

I have been nominated by – Candlelight & Bubblebathshttps://candlelightandbubblebaths.wordpress.com/ – to participate in the Quote Challenge.  This means that every day for three (3) days I am to post a quote I like.  On each of my posts, I am to tag three fellow bloggers, who are nominated to take part in the challenge.  I hope all those whom I tag will choose to participate as well.

Here is a link to the post which nominated me:
https://candlelightandbubblebaths.wordpress.com/2015/09/13/quote-challenge-day-one/

And so, without further ado, here is my “Quote of the Day #1” ~

do what you can

My life is so full of demands right now, with little time to relax/take care of myself.  When my energy stores ebb, I find I become tired, sad, frustrated, distracted and “resigned” to failure.  It is hard to remind myself that I do make a difference, that everyone can do something for those in need, that a single penny donated to charity by a poor person is worth more than thousands of dollars from a millionaire.  My energy is precious, priceless and unique.  The more I give with a full heart, the more joy I will find and the more of a difference I will make, as long as I pay attention and take it one slow step at a time.

I nominate the following bloggers:

https://thepurplebroom.wordpress.com/The Purple Broom
http://autumnearthsong.com/My Moonlight Path
https://dravite.wordpress.com/Dravite’s Books and Cauldron

– Namaste.

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