of-wats-and-wasabi:

The Cham, or sacred dance, is a feature of many Tibetan festivals. Described as “meditation in action” this ancient dance possesses many levels of meaning and is seen as a practice for purification and overcoming negative obstacles.


Even monks get their grove on!

of-wats-and-wasabi:

The Cham, or sacred dance, is a feature of many Tibetan festivals. Described as “meditation in action” this ancient dance possesses many levels of meaning and is seen as a practice for purification and overcoming negative obstacles.

Even monks get their grove on!
wearsubliminal:

Mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci discovered the universal pattern of life; by adding the sum of two previous numbers beginning with zero to infinity (0,1,1,2,3…). The Fibonacci sequence, the growth of all things is found in nature in the simplest and most lovely things that can be offered to our universe.
Happy Fibonacci Friday and never stop searching for the infinite patterns of life.
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wearsubliminal:

Mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci discovered the universal pattern of life; by adding the sum of two previous numbers beginning with zero to infinity (0,1,1,2,3…). The Fibonacci sequence, the growth of all things is found in nature in the simplest and most lovely things that can be offered to our universe.

Happy Fibonacci Friday and never stop searching for the infinite patterns of life.

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breathealittlelivealittle:

One of my favorite mandalas i’ve ever drawn and my first taste of Kombucha. So much work to do today! 🌻
 More of my art on Instagram: okitssteph

breathealittlelivealittle:

One of my favorite mandalas i’ve ever drawn and my first taste of Kombucha. So much work to do today! 🌻


More of my art on Instagram: okitssteph

adayume:

Robert Baratheon vs Rhaegar Targaryen by Michael Komarck

adayume:

Robert Baratheon vs Rhaegar Targaryen by Michael Komarck

romerenightmare:

ARTWORK BY Kaitan
There is no single entity whose identity is changeless. All things are constantly changing. Nothing endures forever or contains a changeless element called a “self.”
Thích Nhất Hạnh (via purplebuddhaproject)
From Eastern Philosophy -Ram-Prasad

From Eastern Philosophy -Ram-Prasad

little-dose-of-inspiration:

spirits by *Blaumohn

ianbrooks:

Works by Carolina Rodriguez Fuenmayor

Artist: Behance / Flickr / Facebook / DeviantArt