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Camila Falquez ph.

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Anonymous: Are your "Asana of the Week" cards for sale?

wellbeyondmars:

They are just available for free online.  They are not being sold anywhere.

Someone made a PDF of quite a few of them for easier printing recently:

This link is mediafire.

wellbeyondmars:

Yoga Asana of the (last) Week: Puppy Pose

the-art-of-yoga:

“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” -The Buddha

Teacher Zinastar

Photography yogicasino

ॐ☯ the-art-of-yoga ☯ॐ

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If you are feeling you are not yet a grown-up, that simply shows you have not killed anybody yet. That’s a must. If you want to become mature, you have to become a very very skillful murderer. Unless you kill a few persons you will never become mature.

It happened, a monk was taking leave from Buddha—he was going far away to spread Buddha’s message. And when he came to touch his feet, Buddha blessed him and said to his other disciples, ‘Do you see this blessed monk? He has killed his mother, he has killed his father, he has killed his relatives, he has killed his king.’ The people were very much surprised, they could not believe their ears—‘What is Buddha saying?’ One disciple gathered courage and asked, ‘Sir, what do you mean? Do you mean a murderer has some virtue? You are calling him blessed?’ Buddha laughed and he said, ‘Not only that, he has even murdered himself—he has committed suicide.’

When I say, when Buddha says, you have to kill your mother and father, that doesn’t mean that you have to go and actually kill your father and mother—but the father and mother that you are carrying within you, the idea. Watch, observe, and you will find it. You are going to do something, and suddenly you will hear your mother’s voice: ‘Don’t do it!’ And at that time you start feeling guilty.

You have to kill your parents, you have to kill your teachers, you have to kill your leaders. They are all clamouring inside you, and they don’t allow you to become a grown-up person—they go on keeping you childish, they make you a dependant, they don’t allow you independence. If a child does not say no to the parents he will not have a spine; he will be spineless. If he cannot say no to the parents, he will be a slave his whole life. He will never attain to individuality. He will always go on looking for father-figures, he will always go on looking for authorities to say to him what should be done, what should not be done. Maturity means the understanding to decide for oneself.

A mature person lives according to his own being. He goes on doing his own thing—he does not bother what people say, what their opinion is. He does not hanker for respectability, for prestige; he does not bother for honour. He lives his own life—he lives it at any cost. He is ready to sacrifice everything, but he is never ready to sacrifice his freedom. Society is afraid of these people; society wants everybody to remain childish—at an age somewhere between seven and fourteen—that’s where people are. People simply grow up—they never become grown-ups. In age they go on growing, but in consciousness they go on shrinking.

So take your life into your own hands: it is YOUR life. You are not here to fulfill anybody else’s expectations. Don’t live your mother’s life and don’t live your father’s life, live your life. And when you start living your life, you are living God’s life.

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— Osho (via alittlebitoftruthcan)

kateoplis:

ParisJe t’aime

"I could recognise him by touch alone, by smell; I would know him blind, by the way his breaths came and his feet struck the earth. I would know him in death, at the end of the world."

— Madeline Miller, The Song of Achilles (via bathcrone)

atoptheevergreen:

I went to see Wes Anderson’s new film ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ over the weekend and it was just as good as I’d hoped. Rainy weather paired with a cosy cinema and a belly full of food made my Friday night pretty damn perfect. 

A hotel concierge, a lobby boy, a deeply controversial artwork, strictly black-clothed antagonists, and a murder mystery… who would’ve thought they would be the perfect ingredients for a beautifully quirky international success (with the exception of Wes, of course)?

The highlight of the film was definitely the characters themselves, without a doubt. Ralph Fiennes, Edward Norton, Tilda Swinton, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, and Jude Law, among many others did an incredible job of bringing the story to life and their on-screen antics had me skating across the spectrum of emotion, from pure amusement to horrific shock - I couldn’t have asked for more. 

In theory, a film about the adventures of a hotel concierge don’t sound all that exciting but I can honestly say it was one of the freshest plot lines I’ve experienced in a very long time. I really didn’t want to end my stay at the Grand Budapest Hotel - 100 minutes just wasn’t enough. 

workharddrinktea:

Wes Anderson Colour Palettes - AnOtherMag

And goooshh,Anderson, I share my love for Stefan Zweig with you. Goddamn it was SOMETHING. I mean Wes has the best movies ever, but Grand Budapest,dammit, is the best of the beestt

katiegeewhiz:

Spent all morning making this dumb thing because I love this movie so much

That was the best movie I’ve ever seen. Anderson - genius. Left a huge and gorgeous taste after watching..excited!!!

HW