Photographer Kieran Wright explores ‘The Celestine Prophecy’ Series by Author James Redfield. A four-part fiction series based around finding your own spiritual adventure and awakening yourself to the childhood traumas you may have experienced as a kid, which may lead to the inability to deal with your emotions as an adult and confusion as to why you repeatedly end up in the same situations not serving you well.
I have personally never liked the idea of being part of one group or one label to who I am in this world, I believe we are ever changing and don’t need labels to define who we are. After all, every single one of us is unique so how can we be defined by someone other than ourselves?
Ultimately, I always believe that we are here to fill a purpose and walk our destined path which has to be found only alone. I am learning on my journey that others can only join you on this path, we can not expect others to view the world through our own lens.
Image credit : Kieran Wright Photography
Self love is not selfish and it’s not about being selfish either. I believe its about prioritising your well being as the director of your own life.
“What hurts you, blesses you. Darkness is your candle.”― Rumi Hello readers! ♡ I want to start this blog post off with a thank you to word press for having this platform to be able to share and connect with the world, I have only joined this year and feel so happy to able to shareContinue reading “Darkness is your candle – It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light”
Let your dead leaves drop : 3 Ways to let go of old belief systems
Nothing in the world causes so much misery as uncertainty does – Martin Luther King Uncertainty is absolutely okay. I have to repeat this to myself again and again when I feel anxious or fearful over my uncertain thoughts of the future or the past. Although it is natural to think into and observe whatContinue reading “Embracing uncertainties”
The traits of inattention, impulsiveness, restlessness, daydreaming, lack of social skills, enthusiasm, hyperactivity, and difficulty in finishing projects are descriptive of successful and creative people as well as “ADDers.” – Karen Daniel A psychologist at New York University who has spent years researching creativity suggests “The things that stand out the most are the paradoxesContinue reading “For the hyper creative minds”