quantum yoga

Vibration

Nothing rests. everything moves. Everything vibrates. At the most fundamental level, the Universe and everything which comprises it is pure vibratory energy manifesting itself in different ways. The Universe has no “solidity.” as such. Matter is merely energy in a state of vibration.

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Seven Virtues/Seven Sins.Learn from your Sin.Understand your Virtues.
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  1. Humility
  2. Pride
  3. Patience
  4. Wrath
  5. Temperance
  6. Gluttony
  7. Kindness
  8. Envy
  9. Charity
  10. Greed
  11. Chastity 
  12. Lust
  13. Diligence
  14.  Sloth 

Odd Numbers  (+) Positive

Even Numbers (-) Negative

Positive and Negative are attracted to each other. 

Perhaps, there are 14 Dimensions/Multi Universe

Each Dimension/M.U. representing a Chakra Ego Lifeline (C.E.L.)

What if each Lifeline is happening now. Time exist for our Body but not our Mind

Each C.E.L. is a past life living and learning that Sin or Virtue

Each one representing either a positive or a negative aspect of the Ego. 

What if, You really could heal your past?

Crazyfeather

“Even if there is only one possible unified theory, it is just a set of rules and equations. What is it that breathes fire into the equations and makes a universe for them to describe? The usual approach of science of constructing a mathematical model cannot answer the questions of why there should be a universe for the model to describe. Why does the universe go to all the bother of existing?”

—Stephen Hawking

Noodle’s Electronic Beats Bio

Hajimemashite! That means “nice to meet you” in Japanese. Noodle here from Gorillaz. Of course you know that, but I have to check, because recently I did a Facebook quiz called Which Member of Gorillaz Are You? and I got Russel! WTF? He doesn’t like octopus and he’s not even a Libra.

So I will set the records straight, as they say. I play guitar, sing and write songs. I am 5 feet 2 inches tall, wear size 36 boots and am trained in most medium and heavy caliber weaponry. My hobbies are hot yoga, quantum physics, manga, shoe design and online gaming (handle: EatMyRocketLauncher). My musical influences include Swarrrm, Sigh, Blood Stain Child and, um, Backstreet Boys (I know, I know, but I was just a girl).

Being in Gorillaz is like riding a roller-coaster every day: ups and downs, thrills, dizziness, some head-on crashes, and always a pile of sick somewhere. I was only 10 when I joined the band, despite England’s child labour laws. But it has been a good education. I’ve battled hell demons, killed zombies (when it was still cool), staged my own death and been replaced by a cyborg. A really cute one. At first I was jealous because Cyborg Noodle could shoot bullets from her mouth, but the experience taught me to be true to myself. I would say the best thing about being in Gorillaz has been the chance to see the world. The worst thing is Murdoc in the mornings. Or when he’s drunk. Or hungover. And also every other time of the day.

Even though I’m the youngest, you could say I’m the big sister of the band. I comfort 2D when he has a bad dream, and Murdoc when he has a bad trip. I calm Russell down when he gets angry about the world’s problems. I have to remember to look after myself, though. Usually I make a bowl of okayu, a kind of chicken soup, or just oil my mini-gun. Both are very soothing.

Some say I can be cold. It’s not true—I just take a while to warm up to people. Maybe it’s because I was raised in a super-soldier program and never knew my parents. All those covert night ops meant no bedtime stories. But those skills saved my skin recently when I accidentally released a shape-shifting hell demon from a pearl shell. Oops, my bad. I tracked that monster across Japan, and finally, in his secret Tokyo crime den, I had him. In the heat of battle, I kept my head and fought bravely. He didn’t. So now I have his head. On a shelf next to my Hello Kitty alarm clock (vintage, quite valuable). I put a red bulb in the mouth, kind of like a lava lamp. It’s a conversation starter.

So you see, being in Gorillaz has shaped me into the woman you see today: a feminist-anarchist-avenging-angel-intellectual-soul-sister-of-mercy. Who also likes cute hamster butts (it’s a Japanese thing, Google it). Is that enough about me? I could go on, but I have to go terminate somebody. Only joking. I’ll just scare them a little bit. Kiss.

“Naturally we project that the moon is always there in space-time, even when we are not looking. Quantum physics says no. When we are not looking, the moon’s possibility wave spreads, albeit by a minuscule amount. When we look, the wave collapses instantly; thus the wave could not be in space-time. It makes more sense to adapt an idealist metaphysic assumption: There is no object in space-time without a conscious subject looking at it.”

Amit Goswami

“I had vainly been seeking a description of consciousness within science; instead, what I and others have to look for is a description of science within consciousness. We must develop a science compatible with consciousness, our primary experience.”

—Amit Goswami

We are all Vibration

Life Orb (Lower 3 Chakras)

  • Low frequencies can create Anger, Sloth and Lust

Spirit Orb (Upper 3 Chakras)

  • High frequencies can create Wrath, Gluttony and Pride. 

Heart Chakra (The Balance)

  • Balanced frequency can create Love. 

Find your balance. 

Start to Love. 

-Crazyfeather

anonymous asked:

Please don't disrespect Hinduism and Indian culture by using Namaste, when you're talking about tarot readings and pseudo things like that. A lot of people don't even understand yoga and they carelessly use Hindu phrases without knowing the meaning or reason of use for it.

I’m sorry you feel that way. 

I have written about the significance of the word “namaste” on several occasions. I have spent time in India and with numerous Hindu people of various traditions. No one besides faceless people on Tumblr have had a problem with me using it. 

I end posts that I write with “namaste” regardless of whether I am discussing yoga, quantum physics, tarot, or meditation. Using “namaste” in recognition of another being is a humble equalizer and a reminder of non-separateness. 

I have no plans on ceasing this unless my guru or the divine indicates otherwise, which has not been the case thus far. 

Namaste ;)