Month: July 2015

Beauty Break: 07.31.15

French Country.


Araucana and Americana Chicks by Will Merydith

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goat cheese honey and pear

petal soul

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clutter and chaos

indigo bird and flowers by Geninne

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Queen Bee, Lea Bradovich

tourquoise gate

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William Adolphe Bouguereau by hauk sven
Araucana and Americana Chicks by Will Merydith
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indigo bird and flowers by Geninne
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Queen Bee by Lea Bradovich

Beauty Break: 07.28.15

She sells sea shells by the sea shore.

Catrin Welz-Stein

via This Ivy House

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mermaid print

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peace of mind

By henry domke

By Maggi Hambling

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Ferraria crispa

Waves by dave.thediver

seashell windchime

Barcelona - Bailèn 003 b 4 by Arnim Schulz

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Lady Shell by Catrin Welz-Stein
White shells via This Ivy House
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Twin shells by Henry Domke
Swimming by Maggi Hambling
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Bargello | Turquoise
Waves by dave.thediver
Barcelona – Bailèn 003 b 4 by Arnim Schulz
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Beauty Break: 07.27.15


Dreamy Owl by Anahata Katkin, PAPAYA Inc.

The World Bank Group

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susan black design

via Petit Cabinet de Curiosites by-mistymoon-r

crown of flowers by saipua

pink and lavendar sunset

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Dreamy Owl by Anahata Katkin | PAPAYA Inc.
The World Bank Group
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Print by Susan Black Design
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Kimono by mistymoon-r
Crown of flowers by saipua

Beauty Break: 07.25.15

Polished primitive.


Total Eclipse

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Francisco Farreras

Maison Paulette

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Racka Sheep from Hungary

carlo scarpa palazzo abatellis in sicily

Hedwig Bollhagen

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Reza Derakshani

hello kitty

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Abstract by Francisco Farreras
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Ceramics by Maison Paulette
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carlo scarpa palazzo abatellis in sicily
Ceramics by Hedwig Bollhagen
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Night Divides the Day by Reza Derakshani
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Wise Words: Hearing Your Own Voice

This has been a theme for the week, so straight to the point…

When you listen to the voices and opinions of others over yours, you are at such a disadvantage. Besides being a form of self betrayal, it is actually impractical. They can’t hear what your intuition is saying. They don’t feel your feelings flowing through you. They aren’t aligned with your soul’s passion and destiny. They haven’t lived your history, nor had your experiences. They can’t feel and sense your potentials like you do. They don’t truly know who you are and what you’re about. Only what you’ve expressed and even that is filtered through their own lens. They don’t know what you know. This isn’t their life to be lived. They don’t hold responsibility for you, for your life. They. Aren’t. You. It just doesn’t serve you to give your own power away.

It’s like putting on someone else’s glasses. Even if the prescription is only a little bit off your own, pretty quickly you’ll start to get a headache. You won’t see with your usual clarity, to be sure. And you just might bang into things as you try to navigate in your world.

Don’t get me wrong, sometimes it’s appropriate to ask for others’ insight, perspective or advice. But it is wise to filter it through your own discernment. Feel into it. Does it feel right to you, for you? The choice is always yours. But it is best when it is a conscious choice and not reaction or and unknowingly defaulting into patterns and programming.

True freedom is hearing your own voice, trusting yourself and making you and your creations a priority. Not in a selfish way, but in a self-full way. Not in a narcissistic way, but in a self love and self compassion way. The world is helped when you take care of you. Otherwise, others are having to clean up your messes. And I’m quite certain when you look around your world and the world at large, you can see examples of that everywhere. What a waste of time, energy, resources, creativity and passion. Among so many other beautiful things, personal sovereignty is so efficient in those ways. And isn’t it great that that is our natural way of being!


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