My Atmosphere is full of knowledge, clear skies and daily ventures: 'This is my Light.' A place where I can express myself through music an images that relate to my taste in Life.
This is my journey. As I deactivate myself from the FB bullshit and drama that certain individuals continue to dwell on a daily basis.

Why am I SO SICK WITH IT? Take a look around and let the images answer that for itself.

crystal-life-technology:




Moon Water Ritual

A Full Moon is a great opportunity to create a powerful tool - Moon Water. It’s a simple ritual that can be used later to enhance just about any of your practices. You can use it to make a Crystal Elixir, as a catalyst for spell work (drink to manifest intention), healing work, clearing crystals, watering magickal herbs, just about anything you can imagine.
What you’ll need:
A sealable glass bottle - color may affect the vibration, but being glass is the most important factor (I like Italian sangria bottles because of the sealing mechanism)
Purified water - the more pure the water the better, especially if you intend on drinking it later on (I like to boil the water myself, but distilled water will do just fine)
A secluded spot outside - try the base of a tree or a shallow hole, as long as the bottle won’t be disturbed
What to do:
Create a sacred space in which you can work without being interrupted, you can light candles or follow whatever procedure you prefer. If possible, do this in the same spot you are going to leave the bottle
Get a new bottle that is just for this purpose, it should not be used for anything else. Consecrate it verbally (state the intention)
Fill the bottle with the purified water and seal it tightly
Hold the bottle in your hands and feel the vibration of the water
Cycle your energy through your heart, out your hands, and through the water - continue until you feel the water is resonating with your energetic frequency
Either verbally or mentally set your intention - something along the lines of “this water is now a tool to be used in ritual, it carries the power of the moon and will assist me in enhancing the work I do”
Be sure to express gratitude to the moon, the water, the tree (if you leave it with one), the earth, your guides, everything involved you can think of, even yourself
Leave the bottle in the safe place for as long as you like - this could be for a couple of hours, overnight, until the new moon, or even until the next full moon

crystal-life-technology:

Moon Water Ritual

A Full Moon is a great opportunity to create a powerful tool - Moon Water. It’s a simple ritual that can be used later to enhance just about any of your practices. You can use it to make a Crystal Elixir, as a catalyst for spell work (drink to manifest intention), healing work, clearing crystals, watering magickal herbs, just about anything you can imagine.

What you’ll need:

  • A sealable glass bottle - color may affect the vibration, but being glass is the most important factor (I like Italian sangria bottles because of the sealing mechanism)
  • Purified water - the more pure the water the better, especially if you intend on drinking it later on (I like to boil the water myself, but distilled water will do just fine)
  • A secluded spot outside - try the base of a tree or a shallow hole, as long as the bottle won’t be disturbed

What to do:

  • Create a sacred space in which you can work without being interrupted, you can light candles or follow whatever procedure you prefer. If possible, do this in the same spot you are going to leave the bottle
  • Get a new bottle that is just for this purpose, it should not be used for anything else. Consecrate it verbally (state the intention)
  • Fill the bottle with the purified water and seal it tightly
  • Hold the bottle in your hands and feel the vibration of the water
  • Cycle your energy through your heart, out your hands, and through the water - continue until you feel the water is resonating with your energetic frequency
  • Either verbally or mentally set your intention - something along the lines of “this water is now a tool to be used in ritual, it carries the power of the moon and will assist me in enhancing the work I do”
  • Be sure to express gratitude to the moon, the water, the tree (if you leave it with one), the earth, your guides, everything involved you can think of, even yourself
  • Leave the bottle in the safe place for as long as you like - this could be for a couple of hours, overnight, until the new moon, or even until the next full moon

darvinasafo:

To everyone that supported BLACKOUT MONDAY, know we made a difference.

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My fourth sun, my seed, my Joy.

My fourth sun, my seed, my Joy.

thechanelmuse:

Documenting the greatest.

thechanelmuse:

Documenting the greatest.

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nativeamericannews:

Five-year-old Navajo boy sent home from school for his long hair
A five-year-old boy who is a member of the Navajo Nation was sent home from kindergarten for having long hair.April Wilson said her son, Malachi, was excited for the first day of school on Monday at F.J. Young Elementary in Texas. But he was disappointed when he was told the length of his hair violated school policy.

nativeamericannews:

Five-year-old Navajo boy sent home from school for his long hair

A five-year-old boy who is a member of the Navajo Nation was sent home from kindergarten for having long hair.
April Wilson said her son, Malachi, was excited for the first day of school on Monday at F.J. Young Elementary in Texas. But he was disappointed when he was told the length of his hair violated school policy.


(Source: indianz.com, via reclaimingthenativetag)

grijzegans:

MAD Magazine recreates Norman Rockwell’s famous 1958 painting ‘The Runaway’

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youngblackandvegan:

nerissanefeteri:

Priceless Nintendo moment ❤️ . Mali and her Uncle Lions .Prince and Sahle #freeFormLocs

Precious little kinky haired angels

youngblackandvegan:

nerissanefeteri:

Priceless Nintendo moment ❤️ . Mali and her Uncle Lions .Prince and Sahle #freeFormLocs

Precious little kinky haired angels

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lasergunsandcongodrums:

Black boys have dreams.  Black boys have smiles. Black boys have futures. Don’t shoot.
Photography by Spencer Charles

lasergunsandcongodrums:

Black boys have dreams.
Black boys have smiles.
Black boys have futures.
Don’t shoot.

Photography by Spencer Charles

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plasmatics-life:

Venice Beach Canals - {by Jonathan Alcorn} | {WEBSITE}

plasmatics-life:

Venice Beach Canals - {by Jonathan Alcorn} | {WEBSITE}

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cartermagazine:

Today In History We Honor Bayard Rustin
'2012 marks the 100th anniversary of Bayard Rustin’s birth, a visionary strategist and activist who has been called “the unknown hero” of the civil rights movement. A disciple of Gandhi, a mentor to Martin Luther King Jr., and the architect of the 1963 March on Washington, Rustin dared to live as an openly gay man during the fiercely homophobic 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.' via rustin.org
(photo: Bayard Rustin)
- CARTER Magazine

cartermagazine:

Today In History We Honor Bayard Rustin

'2012 marks the 100th anniversary of Bayard Rustin’s birth, a visionary strategist and activist who has been called “the unknown hero” of the civil rights movement. A disciple of Gandhi, a mentor to Martin Luther King Jr., and the architect of the 1963 March on Washington, Rustin dared to live as an openly gay man during the fiercely homophobic 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.' via rustin.org

(photo: Bayard Rustin)

- CARTER Magazine

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