Missing training with this guy... ..... —- Good training partners are hard to come by. When we first came to this town, he was the only person down to train whenever, wherever, with no ego and all heart. ...——— @thheffelfinger keep it going in Michigan, my man. #bendoregon#bendoregonlife#respect#centraloregon#danzigmma
No shame in my game. I don’t want my kids to learn that this is how it’s done. Men please talk to your boys. Now about porn....it’s soooooo rapey and addictive for men. Guys your getting brainwashed. Men this stuff desensitizes you. You use your eyes instead of feeling. Our bodies are capable of so much more pleasure but you have to take the time. We are getting ripped off in this life and there are things much more satisfying then power and control.....its CONNECTION..mind to body. You can’t appreciate and really feel it when your tapping into this stuff, please respect your body. Ladies please don’t be shy, Men don’t let ego get in the way. If people really start resorting to sex dolls we might as well jus nuke ourselves #passion#tantra#nextgeneration#sextalk#soulfood#love#connection#respect#teachourkidsbetter#bestthingsinlifearefree#nature#truetoyourself
Shadow work. Accepting my not so nice feelings & doing the work. Not the surface level stuff, but the deep, nitty gritty bits that have been under the rug for too long. If you are also currently on the wave of purging your emotional body I must say: be gentle, kind, and patient with yourself. • Most of us in the West are solely taught that we have a physical body, but we also have emotional, mental, light, and etheric bodies as well. Innerstanding that I have an entire emotional component that makes up my being has taught me to value my feelings, and not be upset at myself for having them. • Anxiety, anger, sadness, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, crying spells, hot flashes, and migraines are the list of symptoms I’ve been experiencing while deep rooted emotions have been making their way into my consciousness. They are making themselves known so they can be felt and healed. Tbh, I feel like I’ve been thrust back into my thirteen year old self. Buuuuuuut the beautiful difference between my present and past self is that I now have tools available to healthily work through my deep rooted emotions. • The first tool I take out of the belt is acceptance. I have to accept myself exactly where I’m at, no matter where that is and what it looks or feels like. There is no denying. No running. No excusing. Just accepting. The second tool is feeling. I have to allow myself to feel what is so deep. No suppressing. No ignoring. Just feeling. The third tool is communication. I actively communicate to the wounded inner child that has been crying out to me for so long. I do this via internal and external dialogue. I tell myself things I need to hear like, “I love you unconditionally”, “You are perfect just the way you are”, “It’s okay to be sad, I love you anyways”, “You are so strong, it’s okay to cry”. When I’m feeling especially brave, I’ll do this all while looking at myself in the mirror. Doing this shadow work makes my days
Happy Sunday Folks! 😊 This is how Hubbie and I are spending our day. The girls are with my Mum. Who is looking after who is anyone's guess?! 😉😂 For us today, there are no scenic views, no fancy candlelight dinner, just us here laughing at each other, making plans, checking off the Christmas list, doing the odd crossword puzzle, and at some point Hubbie will gentle stroke my head and hold back my hair as I vomit. We're romantic like that... 😉 I couldn't do this without him. He bugs the crap out of me at times but his love and loyalty never wavers and as much as this is my body, it is our life that it affects. I can't forget that. I sometimes feel as though I have failed him, the girls....... I just have to hold tight that I rest and go through all this, not because I am sick, but because I want to get and be better. Whatever you are doing this Sunday, I hope that you are with the ones who'd hold back your hair, they are the keepers x Enjoy your day 😊 Les x #donatelife#transplant#organdonation#respect#endthewait#besthubbieever#loveofmylife#chronicrejection#kidneypancreastranplant#healthyhappyalive
This has been with me for a long long time. Big Love to all my healing People- to all of us. To all our shit that was never our fault- that I refuse to carry now with even a drop of shame. Fuck a stigma that shames a Survivor. We are Bigger than anything that ever happened, We are more than our trauma- We are Whole and healing People. #respect#selflove#selfcare#fuckthestigma#whole#healing#iammore rp @dont_gaslight_me_bruh
The ultimate gift many seek at Christmas is that ride or die soulmate....That partner you can whisper these words in their ear..... If you're asking what I value, the answer is you. If you're asking if I love you, the answer is I do. My angel, my life, my entire world, you're the one that I want, the one that I need, let me be with you always, my love, my everything. The best thing about having forever is you. Be Bold, Be Courageous, Be Yourself as you seek your soulmate
C O M E O U T T O N I G H T 🔊 So much #respect for @jessehazelip and the cause! 👊🏼 #repost 🔲▪️▫️ Jesse Hazelip Midnite Special New solo works alongside performance and collaboration with Ginger Dunnill, James Allison, Demian DinéYazhi´and Rasheed Jamal In Midnite Special Hazelip continues his work in bringing attention to the prison industrial complex of the United States and how it disproportionately targets people of color, the poor, the mentally ill, and other oppressed communities. The human consequences of incarceration are often relegated to the status of “other” by the patriarchal system of colonialism and white supremacy; Midnite Special illuminates the deep, multigenerational scars inflicted by this unchecked institution. In his new series Trinity of War, Hazelip interweaves three narratives: The Eternal War (the past, present, and possible future of the United States), the War on Drugs (aka people of color) and the War of Colonization (gentrification), highlighting how the prisoners of those wars are systematically fed into the Prison Industrial Complex. During the opening Hazelip will continue his performance series of protest tattoos, this iteration to memorialize those who have commited suicide due to incarceration. The performance will take place in a site-specific installation structure built to the size of solitary confinement cells in the U.S. prison system. Long known to be a profoundly damaging form of psychological torture, solitary confinement has been the catalyst for mental breakdowns contributing to many prison suicides.