time consciousness

defeat-the-elite  asked:

I don't know if I'm a star child..or seed. Or indigo child.. I don't know where to start. All I know is between feeling like i have a purpose to help.. And feeling like I don't belong... I feel alone... Very alone. I don't relate to many people any more.. And it really hurts.. I feel like an alien. Is there any place I can start?

“Star child” and “star seed” mean the same thing, so there’s no need to differentiate between them. An indigo child is a being who came to this planet at this specific time to spread consciousness and raise the frequency of humanity. If you feel like that’s you, then you’re most likely an indigo child. If you are an indigo child, then that makes you a star seed. “Star seed” is an umbrella term that describes a lot of different types of beings whose general purpose is to help humanity evolve. This includes indigo children, as well as crystal children & rainbow children (some people also include Pleiadians, Arcturians, and other star beings under the star seed umbrella). 

It’s okay to feel lost. What’s most important for you to remember is that you don’t have to attach yourself to a label yet. It’s okay if you do, and sometimes it helps provide clarity about your life purpose, but there’s no rush. For now, you know that your purpose has something to do with helping. Meditate on that. Stick with that. Cultivate that. Meditate often and ask your spirit guides and higher self to guide you in discovering what your soul mission is and what kind of star seed you may be. But in the meantime, continue learning, growing, raising your frequency and spreading consciousness. Much love :) 

Courage doesn’t always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice
at the end of the day, saying,
‘I will try again tomorrow.
—  Mary Anne Radmacher, Simply An Inspired Life: Consciously Choosing Unbounded Happiness in Good Times & Bad

Killua needs more hugs!!

I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions because the new year is such an arbitrary time to make a change!  I prefer to make my life changes at carefully, consciously chosen times, such as never.

Some things I noticed after watching Rogue One a second time . . .

When I first watched Rogue One, I was just trying to stay with the plot and falling in love with the characters, so I didn’t go too deep with studying the actual filmmaking that went into it.

I’m a huge film nerd - went to film school, actually - so this time around, I consciously looked at the film through that lens.

Maybe someone else has already noticed this, but here goes:

I was really struck by the Director of Photography’s lighting choices in the scene where the rebellion is basically “recruiting” Jyn.

Lighting is such a cool thing - often used in classic movies to show the moral standing of characters.

Here’s a breakdown of how each major player in the scene is lit and what we can infer:

Mon Mothma - brightly, fully lit (she almost looks angelic); she is clearly the person with the most strict moral code and the most “spotless moral conduct” (reading the novelisation, this really comes through)

Jyn Erso - softly lit with no hard shadows, but clearly dimmer than Mon Mothma; she has a shady criminal past, but she’s got good intentions

General Dodonna and Bail Organa - lit similarly to Jyn; they have good intentions, even if they might be a bit more comfortable with the moral grey areas than Mon Mothma

General Draven - there is a bit of bright lighting on the top of his head, but his face generally stays in shadow; he has fully accepted the “morally questionable” acts he orders others to commit to serve the greater vision of the Rebellion

And now my favourite …

Cassian Andor - his face is half in shadow and half in light (very similar to the way Michael Corleone is lit in The Godfather); it represents how he wrestles with doing things he hates (assassinations, etc) to serve the cause he believes in, because he finds them morally reprehensible - Cassian is, to borrow a phrase from Doctor Who, “halfway out of the dark”

Anyway, I though it was pretty cool. I noticed some other thematic stuff that I might post about later.

Feel free to talk to me about this - I’m a total nerd about it and I love meeting other people who are nerdy about it, too.

Also, I’m total trash for rebelcaptain. If you are, too, we should be friends.

There will come a time when all of us are dead. All of us. There will come a time when there are no human beings remaining to remember that anyone ever existed or that our species ever did anything. There will be no one left to remember Aristotle or Cleopatra, let alone you. Everything that we did and built and wrote and thought and discovered will be forgotten and all of this will have been for naught. Maybe that time is coming soon and maybe it is millions of years away, but even if we survive the collapse of our sun, we will not survive forever. There was time before organisms experienced consciousness, and there will be time after. And if the inevitability of human oblivion worries you, I encourage you to ignore it. God knows that’s what everyone else does.
—  John Green, The Fault in Our Stars
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I swear I wish somebody would try me

there is a certain inner tension and dissonance in virgo. a tremendous need to hide, step into the shadows and harvest as the sheaf bearer does, serving in solitude opposes a social longing in virgo. this is not to be a socialite, but the desire to connect cerebrally with others, create meaningful conversation, learn and teach. virgos try to survive by keeping emotions in check, and this can deplete their memory or involvement in life, because they can spend a lot of time watching themselves self consciously 

The Zodiac Signs as Ancient Civilizations/ Empires
  • Aries: Vikings // War, courage, honor, adventure
  • Taurus: Mongols // Possessions, determination, economy
  • Gemini: Chinese // Rich culture, importance of writing
  • Cancer: Babylonian // Strong sense of community, protection of the weak and poor
  • Leo: Inca // Sun-God, magnificent buildings and art
  • Virgo: Romans // Engineering, efficiency, technology
  • Libra: Greek // Democracy, beauty, great works of art
  • Scorpio: Egyptians // Mystery, intelligence, CATS
  • Sagittarius: Aztecs // Nobility, extravagance, strength
  • Capricorn: Maya // Knowledge, studying, hard work, time
  • Aquarius: Atlantis // Universal consciousness, advanced technology, isolation
  • Pisces: Persian // Human rights, religious tolerance, equality
INTP Love Language

Some of you might remember that I did a humorous post a while back about the INTP falling in love and how the cognitive functions react to it. And, although some people say that INTPs are emotionless robots, we all know that this simply isn’t so. INTPs do have crushes now and then, just like everyone else.

But I wouldn’t say that an INTP falls in love.

You see, an INTP is so often oblivious to his own relationships with others that he’s far more likely to slide into love than actually realize it at the beginning.

The INTP may notice the person at the beginning and think of that other person as more interesting than other people around him/her. So, what happens? The INTP begins listening, learning about the person, just like he’d do for all his other friends. Only this time, without even consciously realizing it, the INTP is just a little more interested in this person than he’s been in people in the past.

Eventually, the INTP will take the time to get to know the other person and begin, most likely subconsciously, speaking in the INTP love language.

This might be hard to pick up on if you don’t know what it looks like, because an INTP is inwardly denying any romantic thoughts. This denial is definitely going to show outwardly. The INTP will go into intense trolling mode while the other person is around, flinging out carefully crafted insults and puns, all the while prepared to go instantly silent if the other person starts to talk.

Because the INTP is interested in the mind of the other person, he’s going to listen to every word that comes out of the other person’s mouth. He’s going to analyze it all without really thinking about it, and if other people talk while he’s listening to the person, he’ll shush them so that he can hear the marvelous words of the beloved one.

The INTP, no matter how much he teases, will always be ready to stick up for the other person. He’ll take everything that everyone says about the beloved one rather personally, and he’ll probably defend the other person when that other person isn’t around. At this point, other people will probably be able to pick up on what the INTP himself might not even realize yet.

When the INTP does leave the denial stage, he’s going to have a really hard time. At this point, a good ISFJ or INFP is invaluable to listen to long, agonized conversations led by an Inferior Fe. Believe me, it won’t be pretty. And when the INTP is around the beloved person, he’s going to become extremely self-conscious and probably quiet down his natural Ne quite a bit.

These are just a few of the things that happen when an INTP slides into love. It’s a slow, gradual process, but it does happen.

There will come a time when all of us are dead. All of us. There will come a time when there are no human beings remaining to remember that anyone ever existed or that our species ever did anything. There will be no one left to remember Aristotle or Cleopatra, let alone you. Everything that we did and built and wrote and thought and discovered will be forgotten and all of this will have been for naught. Maybe that time is coming soon and maybe it is millions of years away, but even if we survive the collapse of our sun, we will not survive forever. There was time before organisms experienced consciousness, and there will be time after. And if the inevitability of human oblivion worries you, I encourage you to ignore it. God knows that’s what everyone else does.
—  John Green, The Fault in Our Stars