“In deep orgasm, if you are aware, you will know for the first time what ecstasy is. Otherwise you have only heard the word; you have not known its meaning. Only in deep orgasm, if you are aware, if your flame of awareness is burning bright, will you be able to know that sex is not just sex. Sex is the outermost layer; deep inside is love; and even deeper is prayer; and deepest is God himself. Sex can become a cosmic experience; then it is tantra. Sex plus awareness… and something tremendous starts changing.”—Osho (via mushroomflesh)
I hope everyone has a very happy Hallowe’en tonight! I’ve just done painting the boys in my house’s faces. The one is dressed like a banana in the picture below, and I’ve given him Kiss-Style facepaint, but in green. While the other, very unoriginal, decided to do the exact same as I did on Saturday, Turisas style!
I’m currently waiting for my friend, Jake from Uni, to come over and I think he’s bringing our good friend Mandy along! What will follow might be a combination of crazy dancing, a Jesus robe and a panda hat. If the weather allows, that is!
I hope everyone has a safe and festive evening! Lots of love! xx
“Many people, especially ignorant people, want to punish you for speaking the truth, for being correct, for being you. Never apologize for being correct, or for being years ahead of your time. If you’re right and you know it, speak your mind. Speak your mind. Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is still the truth.”—Mohandas Ghandi (via elige)
“Psychedelics are not illegal because a loving government is concerned that you may jump out the first story window, psychedelics are illegal because they dissolve phonic structures and culturally laid down novels of behavior and information processing, they open you up to the possibility that everything you know is wrong.”—Terence McKenna (via elige)
“Always remember, there are no mistakes. Everything that happens, happens for reasons that affect all life everywhere and with pure precision… if I have leaned anything it is that Life is perfect, whole and complete, lacking nothing.”—Drunvalo Melchizedek (via infinity-imagined)
I was supposed to leave the house with my two housemates at 8.30 this morning as we all start our lectures at 9 today. Unfortunately, I slept like a baby last night, and left my phone downstairs, so no alarm. I woke up at just before 9, leaving me no time to get to university, so I counted my losses considering I was late and my housemates had already left without me. My next lesson was to be at 11, so I’ve been lurking for the past hour and a bit.
10:20 - it’s time for me to get ready for my next lesson. I get downstairs, put the kettle on, eat a banana, and I notice my phone on the table. Three new messages. One from my housemate, Ella, from 8 this morning saying she feels sick and not to wake her, and the other two texts from the university telling me my lessons for today had been cancelled! I run upstairs to go run a bath, because now I can, and I hear some A Day To Remember being blasted out. Turns out my other housemate, Tom, didn’t wake up either!
All three of us ended up oversleeping, and I now have a free day. Great success? I think so.
Now to make a list of constructive things to do today. <3
My father drove down to Southampton today to bring another carload of things for me, third one so far. I now have enough stuff to fill an entire house, and there’ll be even more once he moves back to South Africa in December! My house now has so many plants (The house looks so much more lively now!), an extra freezer, all my dvds, and he even brought my bong, which I no longer have any use for!
I took him down to the town to have a walk through the market and the shopping centre and I don’t think I’ve ever gotten so much fruit before. My smoothies will now consist of apples, bananas, satsumas, mangoes, melons, grapes, cucumber, celery and spinach! He also got me a couple of hoodies, some jeans and some socks. He’s ticked off almost everything on my shopping list and it’s really helped me out.
We went home for a cup of tea, and then took a drive down to the waterfront to look for a restaurant. We ended up stopping at Frankie and Benny’s and had dinner and a beer and conversed for a while! Afterwards we stopped at Sainsbury’s and helped me do my grocery shopping as well! I have about 20 packs of vegetarian meals to last me for a good few weeks! I even spotted some Milo in the hot chocolate bit! For those that don’t know, Milo is a hot/cold chocolate drink that’s very popular in South Africa. Before, I’d have to fork out a lot of money to get it in the South African shops around here. Got some Ice Cream as well! xD
We went home, had a bowl of Ice Cream, and then said our goodbyes. My father has been so helpful to me today, and the last couple of months. I hope he knows how much I appreciate it. And to think, a couple of years ago I’d loathed him. And now he’s been helping me so much! It means so much.
I had a very nice day, and I hope all of you did as well. <3