"The seed of suffering in you may be strong, but don’t wait until you have no more suffering before allowing yourself to be happy."

- Thich Nhat Hanh (via lazyyogi)

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A combination of one of my favorite illustrator sheores Maira Kalman and good food expert Michael Pollan (via Civil Eats » Blog Archive » Michael Pollan: New Food Rules, But No Need to Be Neurotic (VIDEO))

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"Chances are, you’ll never regret saying “thank you.”"

- thetower.pdf (application/pdf Object)

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(via Meditation, Depression, and…cheering up? — Susan Piver)

I love how Susan Piver talks about yoga as a way of intensifying sensations so as to release. And her analogy of meditation as a way of intensifying your thoughts or emotions so as to release them thrills me intensely…except that it’s not how meditation works for me. I think for beginners like me we try to tune in and meet ourselves, but attention wanders…

What’s your experience of meditation and its effects on strong emotions like depression?

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yogadudes:

Quinn (by milopeng)

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seanblr:

Every damn day.

Holiday present request!

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What was your first kiss like? Like eating pizza?!

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