love this quote :)
Wander, Arrow Quote, Lost, Quotes, Inspir, Tattoo, Feather, Print, Jrr Tolkien
Dreamseeker by windfalcon
Brenda Lyon, Amzng Art
Dreamseeker by windfalcon on deviantART
Art by Ben Wootten
Forests, Artists, Animals, God, Dreams, Galleri, Quiet Time, Horn, Blues
River Art, Owl
Mystic Creatur, Natur Artist, Alexandra Khitrova, Fantasi Art, Creat Fantasi
Lung, Collage Art, Heart Anatomical, Art Prints, Human Nature, Anatomical Heart Art, Anatom Heart, Mixed Media Collage, Mosaic Art
the rebel's manifesto//
Rebel Manifesto, Life Rules, Life Lessons, True Stori, Inspir, Word, Quot, Live, Keri Smith
Cardinal Rules for Life
Good Guys Quote, Do Guys Remember, Life, Cardin Rule, Guy Advice, Advice For Guys, Inspir, Healthy Guy, Cardinals
Back On Pointe - katscott: Neeeeeed this.
Thank you for understanding! LOL
Artist Dj, Art Quotes, Artists, Random Thing, Artist Defin, Artist Quotes
I'm an artist, and I'm sensitive about my stuff...
Tree Forest, Art Posters, Forest Art
Reminders for being in the moment, in your body, in your heart . . . right where you are . . . fully present, alive and well.
Life Quotes, Daily Reminder, Present Moment Quotes, Quote Life
Fear is perhaps the greatest barrier to success! Fear can be a motivational factor if it is controlled and focused in the correct way. More often than not we allow our fear to paralyze us so that we cannot act. You are in control of your own emotions! Move forward in spite of fear. Don't allow it to freeze you and the great potential you have to design your future and better the world. - By: Christopher A. Pearsall, Motivational Writer
➰ The emotion of fear often works overtime. Even when there is no immediate threat, our body may remain tight, on guard, our mind narrowed to focus on what might go wrong. When this happens, fear is no longer a function to secure our survival. We are caught in the trance of fear and our moment-to-moment experience becomes bound in reactivity. We spend our time and energy defending our life rather than living it fully ~Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance