posture + gaze. | via phenol-et-tubereuse: sebastianwaters

posture + gaze. | via phenol-et-tubereusesebastianwaters

i like it here. | via simplypi: awelltraveledwoman

i like it here. | via simplypiawelltraveledwoman

cavelier [james vincent mcmorrow cover] | safia

trust me. gets in there … 

it is suggested to us a million times a day that our BODIES are PROJECTS. they aren’t. our lives are. our spirituality is. our relationships are. our work is. stop spending all day obsessing, cursing, perfecting your body like it’s all you’ve got to offer the world. your body is not your art, it’s your paintbrush. whether your paintbrush is a tall paintbrush or a thin paintbrush or a stocky paintbrush or a scratched up paintbrush is completely irrelevant.what is relevant is that YOU HAVE A PAINTBRUSH which can be used to transfer your insides onto the canvas of your life — where others can see it and be inspired and comforted by it.

— glennon melton, your body is not  your masterpiece [emphasis mine]

a reminder: a million times today and tomorrow. thanks my-little-kumquat

heidi norton, palm pressed 2011 | via fyeahwomenartists: hawktrainer

heidi norton, palm pressed 2011 | via fyeahwomenartistshawktrainer

posture + gaze. | via explosivim: harveyfaircloth

posture + gaze. | via explosivimharveyfaircloth

when you finally take

your calm and silent seat

on the throne

of your own heart

everything begins

to fall into

its proper place

because

You

have

- tosha silver, silent seat [emphasis mine]

i’ve never seen a witch | lydia | via letsbsdtgthr

goodness on a thursday aka my friday.

beauty. a black walnut  lap loom from board + bread.

beauty. a black walnut  lap loom from board + bread.

posture + gaze. | via hautebasics: ephe

posture + gaze. | via hautebasicsephe

posture + gaze. | ph. francesco ormando | via opaqueglitter: thevamoose

posture + gaze. | ph. francesco ormando | via opaqueglitterthevamoose

a million times, yesss.

it was because of his profound knowledge of painting that leonardo started so many things without finishing them; for he was convinced that his hands, for all their skill, could never perfectly express the subtle and wonderful ideas of his imagination.

giorgio vasari, the lives of the most excellent painters, sculptors and architects, 1568. [emphasis mine]
looking at you, august. let’s! | via  followgram: balancing

looking at you, august. let’s! | via  followgram: balancing