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Meditations In Wonderland
July 22nd, 2014
Would you rather be able to teleport or fly? Keep in consideration that the flying is an innate ability therefor you'd have no wings. In addition if your prefered ability cost you a limb, would you give up a limb for it?

Let the hypotheticals rain! I think about this kind of stuff all the time haha let’s see…

Considering that flying would take longer than teleporting, and would come with physical limitations, my vote is for teleportation. Consider a situation where I want to go to Thailand for a few days. With teleportation I could do that right here right now, or in however long it would take me to find a teleportation device, but I might never be able to fly there really.

Although flying is amazing. I think I experienced the closest thing to it, just once. I was in England, riding in the countryside at a full gallop. If that’s what flying is like all the time I might consider giving up a limb for it. I would probably rather give up a limb for that than teleportation.

I really appreciate the creative with this! What would you all pick? Also, can we start a Tumblr-wide “would you rather”?

Anna

July 22nd, 2014
I want to believe that I’m not wrong. I want to believe that life isn’t full of darkness. Even if storms come to pass, the sun will shine again. No matter how painful and hard the rain may beat down on me.
Natsuki Takaya (via featherandarrow)

(Source: larmoyante)

Reblogged from That Kind Of Woman
July 22nd, 2014
If you do not like where you are, then examine those beliefs that you have. Bring them out into the open. There is nothing within yourself to fear: ‘My life is mine, and I form it.’
Seth/Jane Roberts, The Nature of Personal Reality
July 21st, 2014

Trust no one who leads you away from the reality of yourself

July 20th, 2014

For those who left me inboxes, I’ll get to them soon!

Thanks for being patient with me, I went down to DC for the weekend to visit my family/have a quick client meeting. It was rejuvenating as always, but now back in Brooklyn with my boyfriend and ready to take on the week!

Anna

July 20th, 2014
I feel like we need to go further with the "which sense would you give up" question now. What if you had to choose something other than the 5 common sense? Like vestibular sense (balance), magnetoreception (sense of direction), or chronoception (sense of time passing)?

Every ounce of me that loves hypothetical questions is getting so excited right now. Let’s do it!

I feel like without balance I would just be flailing on the floor not accomplishing much of anything. When it comes to sense of direction… I may already lack that. It’s neither here nor there.

I would definitely fux with chronoception. When I went scuba diving I had the trippiest chronoception issues being under water and I thought we were down for 5 minutes when we were really down 30. I would explore further there, assuming that sometimes it also works the opposite way and some moments last longer than I would think. I wish we could hand pick those moments but I know we’re not always so lucky.

What would you guys pick?

Anna

July 20th, 2014
Hi, I really loved your excerpt. The writing was crisp, clear, and not too wordy. The words were simple and communicative. Also, I enjoyed the way you went deep into emotions that we all feel - questioning ourselves, our looks, our very existence. Currently I am reading a great book on writing (I am also a writer working on a book), called "The Courage to Write" by Ralph Keyes. Keyes puts forth the idea that the best writing is when we put our fears on paper. So - kudos!

Chailikeche,

My deepest gratitude for your kind words, and biggest congrats on your book as well! It’s such a unique journey and I have so much respect for anyone who chooses to do so, I know it takes a lot of bravery.

Thanks for letting me share my fears with you!

If you haven’t checked out the excerpt yet, it’s here! I’m still following all who leave notes/their energy!

Namaste,

Anna

July 20th, 2014
Once you get this you have to say 5 things you like about yourself and then send this to your 10 favorite followers! (This is non negotiable!)

Well, if it’s non negotiable, then…

I like that I can usually figure things out on my own. I like that I have a writer muse in my head who chooses just the right word for me when I need them. I like that I’m tall. I like that I can notice all the little moments. And I like my eyes, how they’re green like the forests I wish I belonged to.

I could never pick 10 “favorites” out of all of you, so I hope you ALL answer this, and feel free to tag meditationsinwonderland so I can see!

Namaste,

Anna

July 20th, 2014
Hey! random as hell question but if you had to give up one of your senses to enhance the others which sense would it be? :D

I’m not sure if there’s an adjective for it yet but I’m a lover of hypotheticals, so your questions found a good home!

My gut reaction is smell. Maybe because I live in NYC and there are so many times I find myself wishing I couldn’t smell something. I’m just not sure I could give up any of the others, particularly sight.

Namaste,

Anna

July 20th, 2014
Hey girl!! I have a question for you. You have mentioned before that you prefer A New Earth over The Power of Now. I am curious to know you reasons for it? I have read TPoN but not yet ANE.
Anonymous

Hi anon! Good memory.

Basically I just felt that The Power of Now got a bit repetitive after awhile, whereas ANE had a lot of different topics and perspectives and thus I felt it expanded me more. ANE goes into relationships, the feminine energy, and other topics that I just felt The Power of Now only just touched on.

They were both great though, I’m a big Tolle fan. If you liked The Power of Now you’ll love ANE!

Anna

July 20th, 2014
I love your blog. It's so peaceful and I can't stop reading your post 😍

Thanks for adding your own vibes to the mix!

Namaste,

Anna

July 20th, 2014
You cannot fear your own being and expect to travel through it, to explore its dimensions. First you must take the simple step of affirming your identity. That affirmation will release those attributes that you have and open up new avenues of experience. They will and must be your own. When you ask others to interpret your dreams, for example, you are automatically putting the fulfillment of your own potentials a step away. When you ask another to tell you the direction of your life, then to some extent you keep from yourself the realization that you yourself possess it, without that awareness no methods will help you.
Seth/Jane Roberts, The Nature of Personal Reality
Effusions of an honest soul, created in a world of her own.

By Anna Patrick
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