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The highest force in existence is consciousness, and you are that.

I’d like to post 4 Sadhguru quotes, some of my fav-s. I do have his app on my phone too lol No more for today, it’s a friday…yay! 🙂 

  1. A snake knows more about what is happening around than any other creature, because it has no ears to listen to gossip – only direct perception.
  2. Most human beings live like a bird in a cage whose door was blown away. Out of habit, too busy gold-plating the cage, they do not soar to the ultimate possibility.
  3. The physical is only a small aspect of existence. In this cosmos, not even 1% is physical – the rest is non-physical.
  4. To simply sit here and know the tenderness of being alive means being drenched in love.

Tomorrow I’ll post a play inspired by Mexi Movie Blog and her Thursday 🚪 Doors=> Check the doors and my play is going to be based on Shakespeare. Haha. I’ll call it:  “If Romeo and Juliet don’t meet, then we don’t have a story. Or do we?” The place of a play is this photo-door:

 It will be 2 more stories or maybe ‘plays’ during next week (hopefully). Check the new page as well: The Bank Of Ideas

Enjoy your weekends! ❤️🤗☕️ 


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Living in Sweden/Born in USSR. Happy. Ayurvedic food. Healthy lifestyle. Dogs. Literature. Painting. Meditation/Yoga. I love my life.
"It does not matter how long you are spending on the earth, how much money you have gathered or how much attention you have received. It is the amount of positive vibration you have radiated in life that matters" A. Ray

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  1. Kind of odd, when we ‘choose’ to follow (read) others thoughts, we can find fault in them. If our thoughts, do not run parallel with those expressed, we use our ‘automatic’ response system to shut down!
    Although, my ideas, thoughts, perceptions maybe 180 degrees from those expressed, I sometimes make it a ‘project’ too explore the ‘other’ side.

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    1. My ramblings are not making too much sense.
      Just trying to say, I am grateful for Ms.Raynotbradbury’s time and talents as She shares with me (us) her enthusiasm for life!

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      1. FEAR, can we be ‘taught’ fear??
        When walking across a frozen lake, and a parent says “be Careful” not to fall in!
        When climbing at tree, a parent says “Be careful”, don’t get ‘hurt’
        When going out with a boy/girl friend, parent says, “be careful”, don’t get hurt.
        When joining the Military service, parent says, “be careful” don’t get hurt.
        So, can ‘fear’ morph from ‘don’t get hurt’ to, being like me in a solitude relationship with the world because I don’t want to get hurt! (sub mind)

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      2. Sure we taught to feel scared (in cases of the above)…from other side Lao and many others told us – it’s only an illusion (the greatest ever created). I think to escape fear you have to go THROUGH it, not around. Too easy to say, I know…I know.
        About solitude relationships are the best but I think best if we a partner (every crime need it lol). Someone to talk Day by day but still feel free. That’s great!

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      3. Agreed!
        Woke at 4am with this FEAR thing in my head! Damn, could have been a wet dream or something better.
        Maybe, because I don’t ‘need’ society, to have a good day to day life.
        Confused now!!! Need more water I guess!

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      4. Not sure about “stress”………I seem to perform better in ‘stressful’ situations.
        I have had ,in the back of my mind (way far back) to seek answers on how ‘fear’ gets implanted in our heads!!!

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      5. 8 glasses of ‘water’ every day??? Shit, my kidneys will leave home! My bladder will ‘splatter’! I am going to think these ‘directions’ over a bit! 🙂

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  2. Ohhh, you found a little door emoji to put between “Thursday” and “Doors”! Good girl! Can’t wait for the play!

    Just beware: the link leads to another door post, not the one from which the door in the photo is taken from. These doors that you’ve chosen for the play are Italian, whereas the link leads to Slovenian doors. You can also leave it as it is, for me it’s not a problem. Slovenia, Italy, same difference. 😀

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    1. Really??? Ouch! Anyway, they can check those doors too haha ok, I’ll put the right links in post tomorrow:) yes, I knew it was Italian that’s why so perfect for Romeo & Juliet (sorry nothing romantic there tomorrow 😂😂✌️). Have a nice day!

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