“I think the most amazing fact I learned was that they have a part of the brain that we don’t have—a part that we can’t even identify. This suggests that they sense, understand, and even feel more than we do. It still blows me away to think about it.”—Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Director of Blackfish

(Source: freedomforwhales)

The energy of the Grand Tetons is interlocking with my soul.. I’m transfixed. Deeply grounding and intense. Deep tranquilizing peace. My heart feels so happy here.

We arrived at night at the Teton Village and all I want to do is spend time outside. This ski resort is so warm and inviting at night. The moon is out. I feel so safe and happy. They have the cutest dimly lit areas (no street lamps or bright lights whatsoever!) and I’m in love! The air is fresh! The mountains loom over us.

Ahhhhh my heart

Sadness is silent, it is yours. It is coming because you are alone. It is giving you a chance to go deeper into your aloneness. Rather than jumping from one shallow happiness to another shallow happiness and wasting your life, it is better to use sadness as a means for meditation. Witness it. It is a friend! It opens the door of your eternal aloneness.
— Osho (via psych-facts)
The Tao can’t be perceived.
Smaller than an electron,
it contains uncountable galaxies.

If powerful men and women
could remain centered in the Tao,
all things would be in harmony.
The world would become a paradise.
All people would be at peace,
and the law would be written in their hearts.

When you have names and forms,
know that they are provisional.
When you have institutions,
know where their functions should end.
Knowing when to stop,
you can avoid any danger.

All things end in the Tao
as rivers flow into the sea.
— Lao Tzu (via lazyyogi)

I went to bed with a smile on my face :) hmm :)

also hugging my pillow :P