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Some pics of my gorgeous afternoon walk the other day. I don’t ever remember taking my dogs out in the winter before. So grateful for days like these.

I often found myself thinking of my body as an insidious liar that is not to be trusted. But I’ve started to tell myself daily that my body is my only permanent home during my time alive. Recently, I am very much into learning about having a  healthy relationship with my body  and I’ve decided to share some of the things I’ve learned:

·       Become your body’s best friend and touch yourself gently. Rather than slapping on moisturiser, rub it on delicately, feeling your skin and enjoying it. Start massaging your stomach and hips in the morning to ease yourself into the day with gentleness. Try breathing into your stomach to remind yourself of the staggering things going on on the inside to keep you alive.

·       Listen to your body. Listen to what your body is telling you. Does it need more food? Does it want warm food? Does it crave more of something? Equally, do you need to stretch your legs? Or have a lie-down? Tune in, and the body is less likely to seem confusing.

The pouring rain reminds me that even in moments of foreseen darkness and uncomfortable situations, healing, cleansing, growth, and new ways of life come from such a seemingly negative circumstance.

-recklesssensation

OPANYA No.535 by TAKESHI.I.G from Tokyo Japan

連載漫画「オパンヤ」第535話!

ピャーと飛ぶぞ!!!

20 Throat Chakra Healing Practices

So what does a healthy and balanced throat chakra look and feel like?

When you have a clear, strong, and harmonious throat chakra, you will feel self-confident in your ability to express your thoughts and feelings clearly. You will be open, fluent, honest, and unafraid to share how you truly feel. Respect and authenticity will come to define your interactions with others, and you will freely share your truth no matter what the cost. When you need guidance, you will trust the inner voice of your Soul as your ultimate Teacher.

As a result of cleansing your throat chakra, you will experience more clarity, trust, joy, and freedom as a result of being able to communicate with confidence.

Here are the best throat chakra healing practices out there which will help you balance this energy center:

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Oh gosh, I just realized that it’s been seven years since I cut someone out of my life. I’m thinking about that thing where all your cells replace themselves over seven years. I’ve been feeling so laggy and off for a long time, and I know it doesn’t really mean much, but I just can’t stop thinking about the fact that there is no part of me they have seen or touched, there is no cell that comprises me that they know. Gosh, I am so happy right now! I’m going to bake myself cookies with my new hands!

Well, I have started my therapy sessions since yesterday, and I feel much better! At first, I did feel a little negative over myself, but since I’m getting into therapy my mind is getting a little clear, no longer busy with negative thoughts which occurred since last year, and got more intense since earlier this year.

My therapies are involve in rearranging my thoughts and changing my perspective of thinking. Not to mention, I also went through the session to deal with my loss. I gotta be honest here, sometimes I can be reminded of my former friends really often, and the negative thought is making me sick of myself, wondering whether I can meet someone who will/can truly understands me. I have trouble dealing with reality sometimes, and I was helped to face the reality what was happening. Now, I don’t feel bitter talking about my former friends any longer. I can move on.

In the other session, I was guided to seeing through the mess in my mind. I am reminded that not all things can be controlled, but we can do something whenever we are under unsupported situations. In my case, I tend to overthinking too much about what people are doing whenever we talked and not responding right away. I found that I did miss the times when we weren’t busy, so I decided to give some time for my friends for a break until they have time to talk. Robyn also told me to be more mindful with my way of speaking, since I’m more dominant than my friends when it comes to talking.

Sometimes I was also confused of my thoughts and emotions as reality, and thinking what I felt or evidence that was given to me that time as truth. I learned that not all things are going like the way we feel it. Perhaps not all people like family members or friends are seeing things the way we do with our problems. I guess this is one of the things that makes me developed my anxiety : my perfectionist nature. Rachel did have warned me of this mind of mine, I can’t help but feeling thankful for pointing it out for me.

I was also guided to be more grateful with what I have. I realized that I have many things that I forget to feel grateful for, so I decided to be more focus on my positive thoughts, no matter how hard it might be. I have great parents, supportive friends, many of them! I’m not exactly suffering at all. Many people are going through the same thing, I just forget. I gotta say this, I used to have suicidal thoughts, but after I went through this therapy, even though it’s still a bit too early for me to tell, I feel like I’m no longer carrying the world on my shoulder. I feel great after each sessions for the last two days. The timing is flexible, and I can feel myself feeling stable for almost a whole day! I can feel my conversations with my friends are more balanced now. I hope you guys who are going through similar thing can take some lessons from my experience.

from being a Christian…to being a witch🔮🌟

Many people ask me what made me start this journey and the truth is, this is the only way I’ve been able to cope with raising a child from rape.


I have been an emotional wreck ever since I found out that I was pregnant, and finding out that this pregnancy wasn’t conceived by someone I knew, that I trusted, but instead by an assault that I can’t even remember… It really put the icing on the cake.

My son was 3 at the time and the news came back to me 2 days before my 21st birthday. I was so hurt man but I sucked it up because I was going on a trip and I just wasn’t ready to admit that I didn’t know who my child’s dad is…… The whole trip and afterwards I cried every night.


I just couldn’t believe that MY God would allow this all to happen to me. Why did he think I deserved this… I was embarrassed, I was humiliated, hell, I was broken. But this one night I just kept crying and crying and crying… and something made me call out to the spirits around me and beg for help. Then about two days later while scrolling on Facebook I found a private group for spiritual women.


I started learning about the different forms of spirituality, mainly hoodoo and I haven’t looked back since.

All of my teen years were filled will trauma and no matter how much I prayed, how much I changed, or how much I cried, NOTHING was able to help me put the healing into motion like spirituality has.

anonymous asked:

At first, the concept of "goldstar lesbians" looked awful - I thought it was created to hate on lesbians who had had previous experiencies with men (due to comphet), however, now I see it in a different light. For me being a goldstar means I don't ever have to "try" men, I know what I like and who I love, and shouldn't give people I don't like "opportunities". I know that I love women and I don't have to be with men to prove it. Sending lots of love to lesbians struggling with comphet as I am ♥️

Aww that’s such a sweet message ! I love that you changed your mind and now see the term “goldstar lesbian” in a positive light, no lesbian should hate it just because they had the misfortune to not know who they really are sooner, if anything we should all be happy that goldstar lesbians exist ! You’re correct, this word is here to tell us that yes we don’t have to try men “to know for sure” or any other lesbophobic societal pressure, and yes we exist and are proud of it. It doesn’t mean that lesbians who had sex with men because they didn’t know it wasn’t their thing are less important, less part of our community or hated on. I am a goldstar lesbian and I never understood that confusion because i never hated on non-goldstars, none of us do. We are just proud of them for now knowing themselves and living their best lesbian life ! 💕 So yeah, sending support to all of you out there ! Xx