cultures weren't opinions.
pakao / by: bulimiasux
you say you want to die but,
you still put that seat belt on
and look both ways before crossing the street
you lock your windows and doors
you would scream if someone was following you late at night
you would run for your life
but you do want to die
you just want to die on your own terms.
goutamcatchemall / by: realitytvgifs
this bitch wants to get knocked out.
batwithbutterflywings / by: venuschild
This technique is called Pran Mudra
This is called the Mudra of Life as it improves our vital life force and empowers our life from the inside out.
Bend the ring finger and the little finger and touch the tip of the thumb with their tips keeping the remaining two fingers stretched upward and together. Do this with both hands placing them comfortably by your side or on your lap while relaxing the shoulders.
Taking deep and complete breaths begin observing the sensations in your body. If you are feeling you need more energy, focus on extending your inhale twice the duration of your complete exhale. If you are feeling at all anxious or nervous, try elongating your exhale twice as long as your deep inhale.
Can you feel the energy between your fingertips? Do you notice some softening in any tight areas? What colors and textures does your mind’s eye see? Notice any thoughts that arise while trying not to follow any specific line of thought. Just keep returning to your Body Current™ by focusing your awareness on your breath and the sensations in your body.
You can do this anywhere, anytime for however long you wish! There are no contraindications and the side effects are great :0) ! Enjoy this simple and accessible technique whenever you need a bit more balance and ease.
*Balances the adrenals and nervous system
*Balances the right and left hemispheres of the brain
*Calms the limbic system
Happy Balancing to you!
doing this actually calms me down when I feel a panic attack coming! =)
the--personal--quotes / by: so-relatable-blog
death-by-lulz / by: astrophel-and-stella
Makoto Aida, A Path Between Rice Fields (1991)
This post has been featured on a 1000notes.com blog.
puresh0res / by: flyingscotsman
The internal struggle between desire for treat and hatred for doggie shoes.
suicideblonde / by: caradelevingnes
Cara Delvingne at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of The Great Gatsby, May 15th