Crann Na Beatha

Male. 21. Psychonaut, Philosopher, Student of Sociology & Psychology, Wanderluster, Spiritual, Anarchist, and happily in a relationship. Join me in stepping outside of the world of social constructs and mass hallucinations for a moment. Enjoy being human, it won't last forever. Live free.

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6:34 PM
October 29th, 2013

Einstein on school


Einstein on school

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6:33 PM
October 29th, 2013

A Fine lunch Sketch by ChasingArtwork

6:30 PM
October 29th, 2013

Anonymous wrote...
Do you white people not realize this western notion of "yoga" you all do to be trendy and ~spiritual and wearing bindis and putting your hands together and saying Namaste and all the other annoying stuff is straight up cultural appropriation?!?


sorry bubbles i think you mis-spelt appreciation. trying to keep traditions that could be useful to the whole of humanity strictly to the places of which they have originated only creates more separation between us. i don’t think we need any more of that, do you?

7:10 PM
October 27th, 2013
And suddenly you know… It’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings.
Meister Eckhart (via bluishtigers)

I fucking love Meister Eckhart. Seriously he was a badass.

Too bad the Church killed him for trying to give his followers a chance for an original relation to the universe rather than another religion of tradition.

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7:09 PM
October 27th, 2013
I like art, and by art I mean music, poetry, sex, paintings, the human body, literature. All of this is art to me.

Hunter Reveu 

Everything you love is here

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6:09 PM
October 27th, 2013
Gamma Shaman: The psychonauts all nurse a deep sorrow. Connected to the land, they...


The psychonauts all nurse a deep sorrow.

Connected to the land, they weep at the exploitation racked upon the Earth by their own kind.

As the threads that weave them into society break one by one, they hang, swinging between the ebb and flow of universal wonder, and the deep set programming of…

4:41 PM
October 27th, 2013
Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity…
3:53 PM
October 27th, 2013

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2:51 PM
October 27th, 2013


2:47 PM
October 27th, 2013





Nobody will ever be more disappointed with humans than Louis CK

This is why I love this man.

thank you

Yes. To everything!

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2:35 PM
October 27th, 2013

8:57 AM
October 27th, 2013

The generals have a saying:
‘Rather than make the first move
it is better to wait and see.
Rather than advance an inch
it is better to retreat a yard.’

This is called going forward without advancing,
pushing back without using weapons.

There is no greater misfortune
than underestimating your enemy.
Underestimating your enemy
means thinking that he is evil.
Thus you destroy your three treasures
and become an enemy yourself.

When two great forces oppose each other,
the victory will go to the one
that knows how to yield.

Lao Tzu - ( chapter 69, Tao Te Ching, translation by Stephen Mitchell)

(A couple chapters ago Lao Tzu mentioned our three greatest treasures. I told you then, be sure not to forget them. It is pop quiz time.

We are all familiar with the old adage, “Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.”

Contemplate with me, opposing forces, both with generals waiting for the other general to make the first move.

What if both generals were willing to retreat a yard, rather than advancing an inch? That would certainly be for the best, don’t you think?

My parents always told me, “Chuck, it takes two to argue.” So even if only one of the opposing generals has the patience to wait and see, I can see how that general can go forward without advancing. Staring down a potential aggressor has pushed back many, without the need to resort to the use of weapons. 

There is no greater misfortune, says Lao Tzu, than thinking a fellow human being is evil.

So it is test time. Do you remember the three treasures? They are: Simplicity, Patience, and Compassion. By underestimating our enemy, by thinking them evil, we destroy those treasures. We make ourselves the enemy.

Knowing how to yield is the key to keeping these treasures. And that is the only victory we should be seeking. Simple in actions and thoughts. Patient with both friends and enemies. Compassionate toward yourself.) 

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8:55 AM
October 27th, 2013
So many gods, so many creeds, so many paths that wind and wind while just the art of being kind is all the sad world needs.
 Ella Wheeler Wilcox (via julesofnature)

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12:02 PM
October 26th, 2013

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11:41 AM
October 26th, 2013