Pranāma

Om Amriteshwaryai Namah

justbeingnamaste:

The beauty that addresses itself to the eyes is only the spell
of the moment; the eye of the body is not always that of the soul.

George Sand

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what goes around, comes around!

(a perfect visual graphic of the movement of karma. u can never stop it; it just keeps coming & going in a circle that never ends.)

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ammasunz:  the dreamer by elizabeth atnafu.

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tsehaipublishers:

Check out the awesome art provided by Ethiopian artists for the covers of our International Journal of Ethiopian Studies publications

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inallthingsbalance:

Prayer Beads of different religions/cultures

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alekhhsandra:

Garuda, an enormous mythical bird, originated from Hindu mythology. A powerful predatory bird, he feeds exclusively on Nagas (serpents or dragon-like divine beings).

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naturalobs3ssion:

Gm -tourquoise is such a healer - #bendyyogis #yoga #blackyoga #blackfitness #blackwomendoyoga #fitover40 #flexible #stretch

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thatvintagepyt:

Cause we all need a meditating Michael Jackson on our blog

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centuriespast:

Saraswati
12th century AD, Chauhan Period

Place of Origin: Pallu, Bikaner, Rajasthan
Materials: Stone

National Museum, New Delhi

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Life is a drama, and we should play our parts well. What kind of drama is going on in our world, and what part can we play to help? So many people seem to want to help others and our world; yet what can we really do to feel useful during trying times? I say, play your part well. What should we do to play our part? Love and serve. Love and serve all. We were born for that purpose. Don’t let yourself be burdened by adversities. Be at ease and do what you can…

— Sri Swami Satchidananda (from the book, Adversity and Awakening)

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