i’m going to make a big cup of vanilla chai tea and unpack and wash all my dirty festival gear. <3
I am a truth seeker and illuminator, not a believer or a follower. My own truth thus far is that within every person there’s an ability to access a higher consciousness. Contained in these pieces of God are our intuitive answers, intentions, psychic/ESP abilities, and bliss. When accessed regularly, life is awesome. (Meditating helps.) It’s not believing in dogma or idea, even. It’s believing in yourself—your highest self. Blind faith makes me uneasy, as do lies, especially ones people convince themselves of.
What is called “ascension” is the integration of the higher self with the physical self that inspires radical, positive change in someone’s life. Ascension does not prevent death, and the whole world does not have to ascend for us to see an improvement in how things are done here on this planet. Ideally, however, the Earth will eventually bring the personal elements of ascension to fifth-dimensional consciousness to everyone on a large scale with innovations in technology and system overhauls. Some people, however, will remain idiots and dickbutts.
Angels, wicca, pagan gods, and alien abductions may be other people’s truths, and I’ll believe them! But I have not yet connected with such things on my path. They’re lumped into the symbology that, when overlayed with the world’s religions and archetypal traditions, points toward Truth. I’m comfortable saying that I have experience with auras, energies, spirits, ghosts, and other interdimensional beings. I don’t know yet, or at least I’m not very confident about my healing touch or psychic empathy, but they’re possibilities. There always must be possibilities because stagnation turns the quest for truth right back into belief again.
Found this looking through my aliens tag. Thought I’d bring it back because it’s still relevant.
bro you look so cute right now dude. dude you are so fucking adorable
Always enchanted by that forest and the people in it.
Danced like a fool at Polish Ambassador and wandered away near the end of his set, drawn to a group of people chanting Hare Krishna. More and more people joined us as we sang. Shoeless topless dancing devotees.
A a young woman with wavy blonde hair got very close to me with a beer in her hand under the orange tent and asked me “Hey sexy mama how are you doing?”
I said “Sorry I’m busy ecstatically dancing,” and she looked a little confused and walked away.
That was a highlight. Also, organic foods and morning river baths and faraway moss utopias. Gratifly Festival is beautiful and inspiring during the day as well as during the night, and there are so many smiling faces and good intentions. Some day I will be able to offer some wisdom for sure. It’s exciting to be a part of that growing community!~