via Pan-Esotericism in Africa: Hermetic Roots and Bantu Spiritual Wisdom — The American Minervan
Time and space are my inheritance from my father and the star. Loren Eiseley, “The Star Dragon,” from The Invisible Pyramid (via touba)
Everything must have been once. That’s why life seems to me like a ghostly undulation. History does not repeat itself; yet it seems as if our lives are caught in the reflections of a past world, whose delayed echoes we prolong. Memory is an argument not only against time but also against this world. It […]
Love and do as ye will … St. Augustine’s sermon on St. John’s first epistle.
ghob tIvnISbe’lu’ – One need not enjoy virtue Klingon traditional saying
Relax. Resting mind activity disarms gross identification. There is no ‘how’ to stop thinking. Simply stop getting involved in the stories of your thoughts. Jac O’Keeffe (via krestinaholodov) Source: eternallyflowing
One of the first conditions of happiness is that the link between Man and Nature shall not be broken. Leo Tolstoy (via mindecology)