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@iamlucianalove

iamlucianalove
Message for my Starseeds, Lightworkers, Earth Angels family. “The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interior of collapsing stars. We are made of starstuff.” Carl Sagan.

We are light. 
You are pure light. The atoms that makes your body are fluctuating at the speed of light. You are changing constantly and rapidly at the speed of light. When you walk away from the truth that you are light it doesn't feel good in your body, you know this. The more conscious you are that you are light radiating in this illusion physicality, the more you will allow your Earthly life to manifest in alignment with the highest reality that best serves your mission here. 
We came here to activate and anchor our light on this planet. This activation is rapidly unfolding through each of one of us. We each have a unique expression of this light. How much of this light we are allowing to shine through our expressions depends on how much we are operating from the ETERNAL SELF versus our temporary psychological self and mind. Love versus fear. Thrive versus survive. 
Our physical body lives within a cosmic ocean, everything we “do” affects the whole. It’s crucial we are fully conscious that everything we “do” is part of our mission and work here. Understanding this helps in dissolving the false belief of “finding our purpose” which has become more of a distraction than benefit. 
Our bodies are constantly receiving, giving, transmuting energy. This is our work. To transform darkness into light by recognizing the darkness is part of us and choose not to express through destroying patterns. To transform the shadows of this planet (through acceptance) into light. To transform our wounds into light.

Our purpose is unfolding with every breath we take. You shine your light through everything you do here. 
When you smile at someone you are radiating the truth of your Being to them. When you look at someone with love you are beaming your light at them. Everything you
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Message for my starseeds, lightworkers, earth angels family. “the nitrogen in our dna, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interior of collapsing stars. we are made of starstuff.” carl sagan.

we are light.
you are pure light. the atoms that makes your body are fluctuating at the speed of light. you are changing constantly and rapidly at the speed of light. when you walk away from the truth that you are light it doesn't feel good in your body, you know this. the more conscious you are that you are light radiating in this illusion physicality, the more you will allow your earthly life to manifest in alignment with the highest reality that best serves your mission here.
we came here to activate and anchor our light on this planet. this activation is rapidly unfolding through each of one of us. we each have a unique expression of this light. how much of this light we are allowing to shine through our expressions depends on how much we are operating from the eternal self versus our temporary psychological self and mind. love versus fear. thrive versus survive.
our physical body lives within a cosmic ocean, everything we “do” affects the whole. it’s crucial we are fully conscious that everything we “do” is part of our mission and work here. understanding this helps in dissolving the false belief of “finding our purpose” which has become more of a distraction than benefit.
our bodies are constantly receiving, giving, transmuting energy. this is our work. to transform darkness into light by recognizing the darkness is part of us and choose not to express through destroying patterns. to transform the shadows of this planet (through acceptance) into light. to transform our wounds into light.

our purpose is unfolding with every breath we take. you shine your light through everything you do here.
when you smile at someone you are radiating the truth of your being to them. when you look at someone with love you are beaming your light at them. everything you "do" there is your light. let's remove all the filters that dull our light and shine.

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@eber_yasharahla

eber_yasharahla
So called “Christians” don’t follow The Son Of God! Not do they believe in him! They believe and Follow a DEVIL named Cesare Borgia. Look him up! Do some research for ONCE In yo life.

#Repost @kingdoms_path
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#christmasispagan
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#12tribesofisrael #wakeup #hebrewisraelites #YHWH #israelites #Yahawah #nativeamerican #Yahawashi #12tribes #truth  #christmas #fringes #endtimes #bible #apttmh #qamyasharahla #verseoftheday #144000 #hebrew
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So called “christians” don’t follow the son of god! not do they believe in him! they believe and follow a devil named cesare borgia. look him up! do some research for once in yo life.

#repost @kingdoms_path
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#12tribesofisrael #wakeup #hebrewisraelites #yhwh #israelites #yahawah #nativeamerican #yahawashi #12tribes #truth #christmas #fringes #endtimes #bible #apttmh #qamyasharahla #verseoftheday #144000 #hebrew

@deninsky

deninsky
Mimirsss #pijama #wakeup #morning #domingo jajajajaja
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Mimirsss #pijama #wakeup #morning #domingo jajajajaja

@aceforce_coach

aceforce_coach
You’re alarm goes off. Count to 3. 1.2.3. Get up. Get some. 
Getting up and how you start your day determines how the rest of your day motivates you. Make it count. Like everything else you do. .
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#motivationalquotes #fitnessmotivation #gymquotes #gymmotivation #gymlife #fitness #wakeup #coaching #coached #training #fitfam #fitlife #life #getsome #owntheday #motivation #muscle #supplements #nutrition #health
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You’re alarm goes off. count to 3. 1.2.3. get up. get some.
getting up and how you start your day determines how the rest of your day motivates you. make it count. like everything else you do. .
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#motivationalquotes #fitnessmotivation #gymquotes #gymmotivation #gymlife #fitness #wakeup #coaching #coached #training #fitfam #fitlife #life #getsome #owntheday #motivation #muscle #supplements #nutrition #health

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

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#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
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He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

IMAGE:
#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
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He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

IMAGE:
#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
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He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@lynzcurtis

lynzcurtis
When your mom is staying in the festive period and it’s your best childhood Christmas again 😍 🎄 🧝‍♂️#elfontheshelf #malteasers #christmas.
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#sunshinecoast #mooloolaba #breakfast #suprise #chocolate #mom #family #shelfelf #naughtyelf #goodmorning #monday #mondaysuprise #lovemymom #wakeup #queensland #festiveseason #merrychristmas #australia
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When your mom is staying in the festive period and it’s your best childhood christmas again 😍 🎄 🧝‍♂️#elfontheshelf #malteasers #christmas.
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#sunshinecoast #mooloolaba #breakfast #suprise #chocolate #mom #family #shelfelf #naughtyelf #goodmorning #monday #mondaysuprise #lovemymom #wakeup #queensland #festiveseason #merrychristmas #australia

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

IMAGE:
#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
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He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

IMAGE:
#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
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He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@annamamamiia

annamamamiia
Go watch the movie female pleasure! 
Go see for yourself what expression of sexuality you want to live in this life.
Go and find out the roots of your power.
Go and allow pleasure float through your veins.
Let's support our sisters and bring each other in our highest potential.
Let's love.

Men are painting their nails to support the movement.. <3 
Love for all of you

#femalepleasure #femalepleasuredocumentary2018 #femalepleasuredocumentary #freedom #sexuality #empowerment #femaleempowerment #spreadlove #sexpositive #peace #love #heart #equality #femininity #feminism #sisterhood #tribe #emancipation #men #vulva #makelove #wakeup #change #transformation #sex #makinglove #suppression
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Go watch the movie female pleasure!
go see for yourself what expression of sexuality you want to live in this life.
go and find out the roots of your power.
go and allow pleasure float through your veins.
let's support our sisters and bring each other in our highest potential.
let's love.

men are painting their nails to support the movement.. <3
love for all of you

#femalepleasure #femalepleasuredocumentary2018 #femalepleasuredocumentary #freedom #sexuality #empowerment #femaleempowerment #spreadlove #sexpositive #peace #love #heart #equality #femininity #feminism #sisterhood #tribe #emancipation #men #v***a #makelove #wakeup #change #transformation #s*x #makinglove #suppression

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

IMAGE:
#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
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He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
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#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

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#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
0 8 1 minute ago
He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@darlingyogadevon

darlingyogadevon
Musings from the mat are up 🙌
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Head over to my darlingyogadevon face book page to have a read of this months musings...
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‘Not my monkeys 🐒🙊🙉🙈not my circus 🤹🏻‍♀️🎪
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#darlingyogadevon #antiinstagramyogi #antiinstayogi #enoughisenough #dropyourego #bethechange #wakeup  #yogaforlife #mindfulmovement #moveforlife
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Musings from the mat are up 🙌
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head over to my darlingyogadevon face book page to have a read of this months musings...
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‘not my monkeys 🐒🙊🙉🙈not my circus 🤹🏻‍♀️🎪
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#darlingyogadevon #antiinstagramyogi #antiinstayogi #enoughisenough #dropyourego #bethechange #wakeup #yogaforlife #mindfulmovement #moveforlife

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

IMAGE:
#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
0 3 1 minute ago
He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@jrex3.0

jrex3.0
he spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations9 in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#ErichFromm, #TheSaneSociety

#jREX3.0
#wanderingMonk
#artist #activist #revolutionary

IMAGE:
#sanJose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#LIVINGtheRevolution of everyday life™

#offTheGrid #love #compassion #wakeUP  #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote
0 2 1 minute ago
He spends his best energy for seven or eight hours a day in producing 'something.' he needs his work in order to make a living, but his role is essentially a passive one. [things] are produced by 'the enterprise,' using machines. he is a part of the machine, rather than its master as an active agent. the machine, instead of being in service to do work for him which once had to be performed by sheer physical energy, has become his master. his work can be defined as the performance of acts which cannot yet be performed by machines.

work is a means of getting money, not in itself a meaningful human activity. ...this relationship of the worker to his work is an outcome of the whole social organization of which he is a part.

in recent decades, increasing attention has been paid to the psychology of the worker, and for his attitude towards his work, to the 'human problem of industry'; but this very formulation is indicative of the underlying attitude; there is a human being spending most of his life-time at work, and what should be discussed is the 'industrial problem of human beings,' rather than the human problem of industry.

most investigations9 in the field of industrial psychology are concerned with the question of how the productivity of the individual worker can be increased, and how he can be made to work with less friction; psychology has lent its services to 'human engineering,' an attempt to treat the worker and employee like a machine which runs better when it is well oiled.

most industrial psychologists are mainly concerned with the manipulation of the workers psyche. ...one speaks of 'human relations' and one means the most in-human relations, those of alienated automatons; one speaks of happiness and means the perfect routinization which has driven out the last doubt and all spontaneity.
~#erichfromm, #thesanesociety
#jrex3.0
#wanderingmonk #artist #activist #revolutionary
image:
#sanjose 6:21pm 07december 2018
#livingtherevolution of everyday life™

#offthegrid #love #compassion #wakeup #wanderer #revolution #spirituality #buddha #zen #taoism #vedanta #wabisabi #philosophy #diversity #boho #hippie #nature #art #photography #instaquote

@stephenking_show

stephenking_show
It’s a trap.  It’s a system that we’ve all been lead to believe is the only way.  It’s not... I lived outside of the rat race for years.  I volunteered my way back into it 7years ago... now I’m left wondering how I was so gullible.  God will make a way, I 🙏🏼
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#bobmarley #bobknows #bredabob @brotherbob #marley #ratrace #thesystem #alie #lies #truth #wealth #riches #poverty #woke #wakeup #anotherway #capitalism #america #babylon #systematic
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It’s a trap. it’s a system that we’ve all been lead to believe is the only way. it’s not... i lived outside of the rat race for years. i volunteered my way back into it 7years ago... now i’m left wondering how i was so gullible. god will make a way, i 🙏🏼
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#bobmarley #bobknows #bredabob @brotherbob #marley #ratrace #thesystem #alie #lies #truth #wealth #riches #poverty #woke #wakeup #anotherway #capitalism #america #babylon #systematic