5x self love

I’ve been participating in the 7 day self love challenge over on facebook. While I might reprise some of that writing here for y’all, meanwhile I wanted to share some links to things that I’ve been contemplating as I spend some time lovingly navel gazing.

  1. Nobel Winning Physicist Frank Wilczek on Complementarity as the Quantum of Life and Why Reality is Woven of Opposing Truths  via Brain Pickings
  2. Solo-Polyamory, Singleish, Single & Poly via Psychology Today
  3. Our Individual-Collective Midnight Anxieties via dear soul Kyle Golemba
  4. How to Flush Negative and Draining Emotions Before They Lead to Physical Illness via Hearty Soul
  5. Gabor Mate: The Myth of Normal via Crazywise
  6. Bonus: Tonight I will be completeing Danielle Ayoka’s Full Moon ritual. You can read more about it here
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5x catching feelings

A few things I’ve been thinking about.

  1. This Moth story is beautiful as shared by Brain Pickings
  2. Liana Finick artwork is so simple & so potent
  3. A Relationship is Not a Skill via Medium
  4. Reclaiming Bisexuality via Clementine Morrigan
  5. This band inspiration playlist that Sarah started for Women of Faith formerly Hush Harlot
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5x lullabys for inquisitive minds

Sometimes I can’t sleep, and nothing seems to comfort me. The more I try to clear my mind the more my mind churns. There is no hope to untangle the web of thoughts that clutter upon me, so in these times I attempt to fill my brain with ideas more complex and beautiful to push out those meddling sleepless thoughts. Ponder by candle light in the gentle whisper of a cool night breeze.

Enjoy

  1. Elgar Cello Concerto as performed by Jacqueline du Pré turned up a while ago when reading When The Body Says No by Gabor Maté
  2. Alan Watts on Using Space to Find Yourself via The Pxrtals
  3. Mysterium by Jennifer Sparrowhawk via Tightrope
  4. Nástio Mosquito on Performing the City at Creative Time Summit 2014 via Mammalian Diving Reflex
  5. Beautifully haunting music video for Carrion from Lying Light in The Quiet and be sure to check out their album release show tonight at Village Guitar & Amp
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