The mind is a powerful tool for healing. Changing your perspective on a situation can give you new insights and a better understanding, not only of others, but of yourself as well.
We tend to respond to situations automatically, in a way that is expected be it by society, or an inherent way of our being. If you are wronged, the "normal" response is anger, sadness, hyping yourself up with friends over a shared bottle of wine, talking about 'what a dick he is' and how 'you deserve so much better'.
I woke up today and felt an overwhelming sensation of "aloneness". Different than loneliness in that my idea of loneliness is that you miss someone, not necessarily someone specific, but you have an idea of someone or something to miss. Aloneness, this feeling that I woke up with is heavier. I can't feel lonely for... Continue Reading →
On the way loneliness, freedom, and romance are intertwined. Source: The Eroticism of Placelessness Found this beautifully written piece that gave perfect context to my situation in life, had to share it, it fed my soul in so many ways.
I was fearful that Valentines Day was going to be rough, I have 3 consecutive good Valentines experiences on record, previous to these happy memories I subscribed to the notion that Valentines was a capitalist holiday, and well I was just too cool to care about something so pathetic with all the flowers and chocolate... Continue Reading →