#AccessConsciousness - Creating Something Different.

In order to create something totally different with your body,  you’ve got to acknowledge that you created your body in the first place. Until you acknowledge you are the creator, nothing can change. This doesn’t apply just to your body; it applies to your money, your work, your relationships and everything else in your life.

Come out of the place where you have a sense that you didn’t create something (whether it’s your body or anything else) and go into the place where you realised you created it. If you don’t acknowledge that you created it, you can’t change it.

Even if you can’t come out of judging it, you can at least acknowledge that you created it. “Look at this thing I’ve created.  Wow, if I can create something this bad,  imagine what I could create if I went in a different direction! “ 

How many points of view am I using to create the body (money, my work, my relationships and everything else in my life) I’m not happy with? Oops!

Everything that is times a godzillion,  destroy and uncreate it all now please? Right and wrong,  good and bad,  pod and poc, all nine, shorts, boys and beyonds. (Page 77, Right Body For You, Gary Douglas)

another gang i’d like to introduce you: THE TOLS

the whole squad (francis, brimmy, gary, douglas and chris) looks like some boyband or smth. theyre v tol dont go near them if ure under 5′5″ if u dont wanna look smol. brimmy’s the shortest and he’s 5′12″. these are the kind of **popular** guy group u see in manga animes or movies lmao and of course gary’s the most handsome of them all, making fangirls and boys alike swoon over him (more info under the cut)

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In 1958 newspapers complied a list of the 12 most powerful actors in Hollywood. They were named, the “Golden Dozen”. From L-R: Marlon Brando, Gary Cooper, Tony Curtis, Kirk Douglas, Clark Gable, Cary Grant, William Holden, Burt Lancaster, Gregory Peck, Frank Sinatra, James Stewart, John Wayne

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“David was an artist without equal. Having just released a new album, a masterpiece in my humble opinion, I cannot think of a more spectacular way to bid adieu. He was in pure creative mode, and sharing it with the world. We were friends and emailed or skyped almost weekly, especially during the past year and I can share that he faced his situation with grace, elegance, and customary humor. Not a Blackstar (the name of his recent, final album), DB, but in fact a Bright Shining Star. We shall miss you.” - Gary Oldman via  Douglas Urbanski. (I found this on twitter: go4everyone, thank you <3 )