FEED that soul shine

(with love & inspiration)

building four winds with my beauty-FULL energy worker, Kevin up in the creek. sending dreams to the world through graffiti. treating myself to blooming tea (and believe me, roses really don’t smell like poo, pooo, poo – though i do love you Outkast!). reading words of inspiration from my beautiful yogi community each day on the chalkboard of LOVE. surrounding myself with friends capable of painting that beautiful all-seeing tree pictured above. exploring the mountains that honor me with their powerful presence each and every day.

the universe constantly sends out love and blessings, but you also must seek them out. don’t expect everything to simply fall in your lap – in order to find the light, you must begin to seek the light. if you listen closely, the universe alwaysresponds to those calls for love. it’s just a matter of hearing which directions it points you in, walking, gliding, or flowing down that path, and trusting in its ability to carry you through.

it’s all inside of you already, you’ve just forgotten. unlearn the linear manifestation, relearn your divine nature. you are the universe; listen to yourSelf, bless yourSelf, love yourSelf. BIG love.

“When we get out of the…

“When we get out of the glass bottle of our ego and when we escape like the squirrels in the cage of our personality and get into the forest again, we shall shiver with cold and fright. But things will happen to us so that we don’t know ourselves. Cool, unlying life will rush in.”
– D. H. Lawrence

Explore Nantucket

After spending the weekend in Burlington, Marissa, Hannah, and I drove six hours down to Hyannis and hopped on a ferry for two and a half hours to Nantucket! We spent the next couple of days relaxing (or recovering?) after our late nights in Burlington. We spent time in the sun on the beach, in Marissa’s backyard, and reading 50 Shades of Grey and discussing the book intermittently. I have yet to decide whether I will read the second and third of the series (let me know what you think!). Messed up books aren’t usually my cup of tea, but 50 Shades had just about as many romantic parts to it as is did screwed up ones. Here are some pics from the first couple of days:

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