4cjesus:

stimutax:

70 Most Useful Sites on the Internet

*doesnt see pornhub*

list is flawed

purplebuddhaproject:

Practicing mindfulness

purplebuddhaproject:

Practicing mindfulness

Manly P Hall - 4B - Spinal Column & the Kundalini
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themanlypalmerhalllectures:

Studies in Man, Grand Symbol of the Mysteries :

4B - Spinal Column & the Kundalini

Manly P Hall

Manly P Hall - 2A - The Practice of Concentration
9 plays

themanlypalmerhalllectures:

Studies in Self-Unfoldment :

2A - The Practice of Concentration
Manly P Hall

far-reign:

fiercefatfeminist:

abbygubler:

If you’re mad at her, you don’t understand it.  White people are trying to remove themselves from all people of color.  Let me show you why this is true.  You’ve heard of Asian-americans or African Americans or Mexican Americans.  But how about a European American?  Have you ever heard someone say they’re Canadian American? or European American? Probably not.  White people can just call themselves American, even if their ancestry has not been in America for long.  If your great-grandparents moved because of the potato famine, you don’t call yourselves Irish American, you have lived your entire life in the United States, you call yourself an American.  But now, take someone whose ancestry is linked to some of the first slaves in the colonies, and they still call themselves African-American.  Doesn’t matter if they’ve never stepped foot on the continent and share no cultural link, other than pigment, with any society in Africa, they still have to identify with African.  

What’s most infuriating is that even people who are the ultimate Americans: Native Americans.  They were in the Americas while ass backwards Europe was accusing (and burning) women of being witches.  THEY, of all people, shouldn’t have to specify their identity as an American, but NO they have to be labeled with something else.  

Raven Symone is an absolute star.  She has my total respect for standing up like this, and I hope her so much happiness with her girlfriend.  I wish she was still on television, she taught me so much , even if it was all from a disney show

YUP

Someone finally got it right.She’s not saying “ewww, I’m not black!” She’s just saying African American doesn’t exactly define her.

Abut a American does? It’s still a title. Let’s just eliminate all titles. Problem is world still puts us in categories we accept. No title can define us fully but African American defines my experience better than just American. I’m absolutely sure that’s not the case for her. I live my life by certain principles that are african. To be technical though, every anatomically modern person on this planet it from Africa. I would rather no. Labels either. But that’s not how America works. There are cultures that do not rely on strict titles as much if she would like to leave.

Manly P Hall - 4A - Of Nature & Its Kingdoms
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themanlypalmerhalllectures:

The Universe According to Esoteric Philosophy :

4A - Of Nature & Its Kingdoms 

Manly P Hall

ozonebabys-temple:

ozonebabys-temple:
"The following text is possibly the first guided meditation ever”. ..It was composed 26 centuries ago, and appears in the Sutra on the Full Awareness of Breathing” …. …. The practitioner sits in a stable position, holding his or her body quite straight, and practices like this: ………….Body
1. Breathing in, I know I am breathing in. Breathing out, I know I am breathing out……
 2. Breathing in, I am aware of the length of my breath. Breathing out, I am aware of the length of my breath.
 3. Breathing in, I am aware of my whole body. Breathing out, I am aware of my whole body.
 4. Breathing in, I calm my whole body. Breathing out, I calm my whole body. Feelings
 5. Breathing in, I feel joyful. Breathing out, I feel joyful.
 6. Breathing in, I feel happy. Breathing out, I feel happy.
 7. Breathing in, I am aware of my feelings and emotions. Breathing out, I am aware of my feelings and emotions.
 8. Breathing in, I calm my feelings and emotions. Breathing out, I calm my feelings and emotions Mind
9. Breathing in, I am aware of my mind. Breathing out, I am aware of my mind.
10. Breathing in, I gladden my mind. Breathing out, I gladden my mind
11. Breathing in, I concentrate my mind. Breathing out, I concentrate my mind.
12. Breathing in, I liberate my mind. Breathing out, I liberate my mind. Perceptions
13. Breathing in, I observe the impermanent nature of all phenomena. Breathing out, I observe the impermanent nature of all phenomena.
14. Breathing in, I observe the disappearance of craving. Breathing out, I observe the disappearance of craving.
 15. Breathing in, I observe the interbeing nature of all phenomena. Breathing out, I observe the inter being nature of all phenomena. 16. Breathing in, I let go. Breathing out, I let go.

ozonebabys-temple:

ozonebabys-temple:

"The following text is possibly the first guided meditation ever”. ..It was composed 26 centuries ago, and appears in the Sutra on the Full Awareness of Breathing” …. …. The practitioner sits in a stable position, holding his or her body quite straight, and practices like this: ………….Body

1. Breathing in, I know I am breathing in. Breathing out, I know I am breathing out……

2. Breathing in, I am aware of the length of my breath. Breathing out, I am aware of the length of my breath.

3. Breathing in, I am aware of my whole body. Breathing out, I am aware of my whole body.

4. Breathing in, I calm my whole body. Breathing out, I calm my whole body. Feelings

5. Breathing in, I feel joyful. Breathing out, I feel joyful.

6. Breathing in, I feel happy. Breathing out, I feel happy.

7. Breathing in, I am aware of my feelings and emotions. Breathing out, I am aware of my feelings and emotions.

8. Breathing in, I calm my feelings and emotions. Breathing out, I calm my feelings and emotions Mind

9. Breathing in, I am aware of my mind. Breathing out, I am aware of my mind.

10. Breathing in, I gladden my mind. Breathing out, I gladden my mind

11. Breathing in, I concentrate my mind. Breathing out, I concentrate my mind.

12. Breathing in, I liberate my mind. Breathing out, I liberate my mind. Perceptions

13. Breathing in, I observe the impermanent nature of all phenomena. Breathing out, I observe the impermanent nature of all phenomena.

14. Breathing in, I observe the disappearance of craving. Breathing out, I observe the disappearance of craving.

15. Breathing in, I observe the interbeing nature of all phenomena. Breathing out, I observe the inter being nature of all phenomena. 16. Breathing in, I let go. Breathing out, I let go.