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Veraiconica's Blog

A very powerful learning of how to achieve Peaceful living by knowing how to live without reacting to the “content” of our lives.
A great lecture with Eckhart Tolle. Veraiconica

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Paradise

Higher Learning

A few years ago, a photographer set out to capture the most remote tribes in the world, the one’s that are still almost virtually cut off from our modern society. Here are some of my favorite photos from the project, but you should DEFINITELY check out the full project.

Hover over an image to see the name of the tribe and where they are from. Click on any image to enlarge it.

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Sun Rays

buddhachic and buttercream

I chose my favorite Pins this week with sheer abandonment.  I love the preppy look of boyfriend jeans, with a striped shirt and blazer and with each piece already in my closet I plan to give this look a try.  The Busy Girls Guide to Waking Up Pretty offers advice that seems simple enough and on the flip side the 5 not-so-crazy tips on How to Get Ready Faster in the Morning definitely appeals to me.  The Bridge of Sighs in Venice is on my list of places I would love to visit and having been to and being totally in love with Paris, I loved the fashion photographed on the Seine.  Finally, “It Girl” Alexa Chung provides fashion inspiration via the cutest outfit as does a lovely pic of a très chic lady who shows that great style is achievable at any age.  Hope my choices this week inspire…

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tobiehewitt

As we move through this period of dormancy and rest, we need to look around at the natural course of that which surrounds us. Nature blooms and thrives, and then allows itself to experience the aspect of quiet and peace after the fullness of spring and summer. In the silence that nature creates as it awaits the time of rebirth, we can come to understand the way in which we, too, can stop our frenzied steps through life and slow our pace to allow for our own renaissance. When we accept change as an opportunity for growth, we embrace the natural progression of life, and give thanks! Namaste!

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tobiehewitt

In the silence are all the answers to the quandaries, problems, dilemmas, challenges we face. When we place our questions into the realm that presents itself as silence, those in spirit—loved ones, guides, teachers, and masters—are able to consider the various scenarios that will ensue depending on which answer is given to any given problem. When we place ourselves in a situation of receiving the answer, and carefully consider following it, we are more likely to place our next steps firmly and assuredly on the correct path. When we sit in silence, we can hear the answers we seek, and give thanks! Namaste!

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Zen Flash

Do not try to become anything. Do not make yourself into anything. Do not be a meditator. Do not become enlightened. When you sit, let it be. When you walk, let it be. Grasp at nothing. Resist nothing.

~ Ajahn Chah

Tao & Zen

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Zen Flash

When the Hindu sacred syllable AUM is uttered it is a sound and meaning fractal. Although it is not a word, but just itself, OM. It is heard as OM, but is contains three Sanskrit parts, that are sounds that nevertheless universal.
A is the natural sound that arises with the open human mouth without manipulating the lips or throat or tongue..the sound first heard from a newborn baby..AHHHH! AHHHHH! AHHHH!

It is the first letter of the Sanskrit English, Islamic, Greek, Roman, Hebrew and many other alphabets used by the human family.

Emitting this first sound and slowly bringing the open mouth to closed, the sound becomes UUUU, or phonetically OOOO. I don’t know enough of other alphabetsbut I know this is the last vowel U in English. When these two sounds come together they form the dipthong (two vowels sounded or elided, merged together as one) O…

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Zen Flash

When the Hindu sacred syllable AUM is uttered it is a sound and meaning fractal. Although it is not a word, but just itself, OM. It is heard as OM, but is contains three Sanskrit parts, that are sounds that nevertheless universal.
A is the natural sound that arises with the open human mouth without manipulating the lips or throat or tongue..the sound first heard from a newborn baby..AHHHH! AHHHHH! AHHHH!

It is the first letter of the Sanskrit English, Islamic, Greek, Roman, Hebrew and many other alphabets used by the human family.

Emitting this first sound and slowly bringing the open mouth to closed, the sound becomes UUUU, or phonetically OOOO. I don’t know enough of other alphabetsbut I know this is the last vowel U in English. When these two sounds come together they form the dipthong (two vowels sounded or elided, merged together as one) O…

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Zen Flash

The human mind is not capable of grasping the Universe. We are like a little child entering a huge library. The walls are covered to the ceilings with books in many different tongues. The child knows that someone must have written these books. It does not know who or how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. But the child notes a definite plan in the arrangement of the books–a mysterious order which it does not comprehend, but only dimly suspects.
~ Albert Einstein ~

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