cryptic-mystic:

witchy-business:

Witchy-Business just reached 2,000 followers! To thank you all for being so amazing, we will be giving away 20 free tarot readings this weekend!

Rules:

  1. Must be following Witchy-Business (we’ll check)
  2. Reblog once to enter (likes don’t count)
  3. Winners will be selected 100% randomly
  4. Winners will be notified to choose a spread on Saturday, August 23
Good luck~

hey look what spookwitch and i are doing this weekend!!!!!

Vincent van Gogh, detail of Wheatfield With a Reaper

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“If someone is angry we think, “He is a bad and angry person,” while Buddhas think, “He is a suffering being afflicted with the inner disease of anger.” If a friend of ours were suffering from cancer we would not blame him for his physical disease, and in the same way, if someone is suffering from anger or attachment we should not blame him for the diseases of his mind.”
— Geshe Kelsang Gyatso - “Eight Steps to Happiness” 
“Non-violence is a sign of strength, self-confidence and truth.”
— Dalai Lama  

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Anna Halldin Maule
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Anna Halldin Maule
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Anna Halldin Maule
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“May all that have life be delivered from suffering.”
— Gautama Buddha 

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justdharmaquotes:

Examining your course of experience ~ Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thayehttp://bit.ly/1nSrFeB
You must find freedom from disturbing emotions and ego-clinging by constantly examining and investigating your course of experience. Therefore, turn your attention to an object that gives rise to disturbing emotions. Examine carefully whether they arise or not. If they do arise, apply remedies vigorously. Again, look at ego-clinging to see what it is like. If it appears that no ego-clinging is present, examine it again in reference to an object of attachment or aversion. If ego-cherishing then arises, immediately stop it with the remedy of exchanging yourself for others.
Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye
from the book “The Great Path of Awakening”http://amzn.to/1cJenkj
translated by Ken McLeod

justdharmaquotes:

Examining your course of experience ~ Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye
http://bit.ly/1nSrFeB

You must find freedom from disturbing emotions and ego-clinging by constantly examining and investigating your course of experience. Therefore, turn your attention to an object that gives rise to disturbing emotions. Examine carefully whether they arise or not. If they do arise, apply remedies vigorously. Again, look at ego-clinging to see what it is like. If it appears that no ego-clinging is present, examine it again in reference to an object of attachment or aversion. If ego-cherishing then arises, immediately stop it with the remedy of exchanging yourself for others.

Jamgon Kongtrul Lodro Thaye

from the book “The Great Path of Awakening”
http://amzn.to/1cJenkj

translated by Ken McLeod