07.26.2014 

phanerons-end said: Why does it hurt so much when my significant other tells me he doesn't feel like I love him enough or worse, at all? We both struggle with anxiety and depression. We are each essentially a mirror image, mentally and emotionally. So despite knowing how he feels, why can't I ever not be wounded when he says "You don't really love me"?

lazyyogi:

No one else can presume to know another’s heart, especially before coming to know their own. 

You are the best judge of whether or not you love someone, not that person. 

We think that if someone loves us, we will feel it. Sometimes we will, sometimes we wont. It has nothing to do with the quality or reality of that love. It has to do with our capacity to love. 

Being out of touch with your heart and accusing someone else of not loving you is like unknowingly keeping your eyes closed and accusing the sun of no longer shining. 

What’s there for you to do about it? Open your eyes to what is there. Try not to take the stories you tell yourself and each other too seriously. 

Take up tonglen meditation. That will definitely help. I’d highly recommend the book The Places That Scare You by Pema Chodron. It is wonderful guidance for those struggling with anxiety and depression. 

Namaste my friend. Much love :)

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 07.26.2014 

lazyyogi:

We have used the poetry of nirvana to weave the traffic noise of samsara.

Turning up the stereo or honking the horn doesn’t change anything. 

But remembering you are not driving anywhere helps. 

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itsjustlarz:

PEOPLE NEED TO LEARN THAT LAST ONE FOREAL

HEY

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it’s okay I know everybody forgets Meet The Robinsons so I got your back

I think we’re forgetting someone:

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lazyyogi:

the indifferent mirror
can’t show you

the glossy magazine
can’t tell you

the number in the bank
can’t reveal you

where then to look?

recognize yourself
in an infant’s laugh
in a lover’s sigh
in the smell of dirt after rain

 07.17.2014 

nobody can save you but
yourself.
you will be put again and again
into nearly impossible
situations.
they will attempt again and again
through subterfuge, guise and
force
to make you submit, quit and/or die quietly
inside.

nobody can save you but
yourself
and it will be easy enough to fail
so very easily
but don’t, don’t, don’t.
just watch them.
listen to them.
do you want to be like that?
a faceless, mindless, heartless
being?
do you want to experience
death before death?

nobody can save you but
yourself
and you’re worth saving.
it’s a war not easily won
but if anything is worth winning then
this is it.

think about it.
think about saving your self.

Charles Bukowski, “Nobody But You” (via tat-art)

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