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Currently

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ozonebabys-temple:

ozonebabys-temple:
Raise your frequency, vibration
1. Purify your body.  Toxins lower your energy and your vibration, so if you can, remove cigarettes, alcohol, animal products, refined foods, pesticides, and smog/pollution from your life.  Instead, eat fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and try to buy organic wherever possible.  Live where the air is fresh and people aren’t blowing smoke at you.
2.   Take a social inventory.  I read in a book once that whichever 6 people you spend the most time with you are most likely to emulate.  So who are you hanging around with?  Who do you spend the most time with?  What are they like?  Are they honest, hard working, highly aware people who are peaceful, loving, kind and compassionate?  Or are they pessimistic, argumentative, greedy, selfish louts who lie, cheat, and steal their way through life?  If you’re around people who vibrate at a low frequency, you’ll be hard pressed to keep your energy high.
3.  Meditate.  Meditation will raise your vibration.  When you quiet your mind it gives Source an opportunity to reach you.  All you have to do is listen.  You don’t have to chant and sit in a funny position that will cause your feet to fall asleep.  Just sit in a chair or lie in your bed, take some deep breaths, do a visual meditation or just quiet your mind.  Start asking questions and see if you hear any answers.
4.  Practice compassion.  When you genuinely and compassionately help others you automatically raise your vibration.  There have been times when I’ve gotten some bad news, or I’m upset, and my energy is temporarily lowered. .  But I’ve learned that when I’m “in my stuff” as my friend calls it, that the best way for me to break out of the negative is to remember how blessed I am and help someone less fortunate than myself.
5.  Journal.  Keep a journal   I have journal entries going back 8 years.  Instead of writing what I did each day like a laundry list, I use the journal to explore my own personal growth.  Self-discovery is awesome!  It definitely raises your vibration.  When you know that you are the only one in the world who will read your journal (it is password protected) then you feel safe to explore your own psyche.  I’ve learned a lot about myself through journaling and I really recommend it.  Once you get going you might even be able to channel messages from your higher self.  And the best part is you have a written record that you can actually search through when you want to find something you wrote years ago (and that beats looking through a handwritten diary or journal!).
Again, these are just a few ways to increase your vibration.  Listening to music, exercising, and volunteering your time will work too. Anything you do that taps into your heart and your joy will raise your vibration.
source:/hinduism.about.com/od/godsgoddesses/p/vishnu.htm

ozonebabys-temple:

ozonebabys-temple:

Raise your frequency, vibration

1. Purify your body.  Toxins lower your energy and your vibration, so if you can, remove cigarettes, alcohol, animal products, refined foods, pesticides, and smog/pollution from your life.  Instead, eat fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, and try to buy organic wherever possible.  Live where the air is fresh and people aren’t blowing smoke at you.

2.   Take a social inventory.  I read in a book once that whichever 6 people you spend the most time with you are most likely to emulate.  So who are you hanging around with?  Who do you spend the most time with?  What are they like?  Are they honest, hard working, highly aware people who are peaceful, loving, kind and compassionate?  Or are they pessimistic, argumentative, greedy, selfish louts who lie, cheat, and steal their way through life?  If you’re around people who vibrate at a low frequency, you’ll be hard pressed to keep your energy high.

3.  Meditate.  Meditation will raise your vibration.  When you quiet your mind it gives Source an opportunity to reach you.  All you have to do is listen.  You don’t have to chant and sit in a funny position that will cause your feet to fall asleep.  Just sit in a chair or lie in your bed, take some deep breaths, do a visual meditation or just quiet your mind.  Start asking questions and see if you hear any answers.

4.  Practice compassion.  When you genuinely and compassionately help others you automatically raise your vibration.  There have been times when I’ve gotten some bad news, or I’m upset, and my energy is temporarily lowered. .  But I’ve learned that when I’m “in my stuff” as my friend calls it, that the best way for me to break out of the negative is to remember how blessed I am and help someone less fortunate than myself.

5.  Journal.  Keep a journal   I have journal entries going back 8 years.  Instead of writing what I did each day like a laundry list, I use the journal to explore my own personal growth.  Self-discovery is awesome!  It definitely raises your vibration.  When you know that you are the only one in the world who will read your journal (it is password protected) then you feel safe to explore your own psyche.  I’ve learned a lot about myself through journaling and I really recommend it.  Once you get going you might even be able to channel messages from your higher self.  And the best part is you have a written record that you can actually search through when you want to find something you wrote years ago (and that beats looking through a handwritten diary or journal!).

Again, these are just a few ways to increase your vibration.  Listening to music, exercising, and volunteering your time will work too. Anything you do that taps into your heart and your joy will raise your vibration.

source:/hinduism.about.com/od/godsgoddesses/p/vishnu.htm

Reblogged from Slowly Drifting
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mensfashionworld:

Andrea Pompilio S/S 2014

mensfashionworld:

Andrea Pompilio S/S 2014

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photojojo:

Since 2008, Brazilian artist Raquel Brust has been transforming the streets of Sao Paulo into an outdoor exhibition with her enormous black and white portraits. 

Giganto aims to use the urban architecture of a bustling city as a backdrop for traditional photography. See more of the incredible series below. 

Large-Scale Portraits Pasted on the Streets of Sao Paulo 

via Junk Culture

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vintagegal:

Bettie Page photographed by Morris Glassman c. 1950s (via)

vintagegal:

Bettie Page photographed by Morris Glassman c. 1950s (via)

mensfashionworld:

Bowen Autumn/Winter 2013

mensfashionworld:

Bowen Autumn/Winter 2013

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Reblogged from Voice of Vanity
thetieguy:

Seagull.

thetieguy:

Seagull.

Reblogged from The Tie Guy