anonymous asked:

Sorry if this is random but I really want to thank you. Three years ago I really didn't know what I wanted to do with my life, I'd been doing art at 6th form and had hated it, fine art wasn't my thing. Then I found your blog, and started reading tpoh, and I was crazy inspired and excited and decided I wanted to be an animator like you. Today I graduated with a first and I've got an internship with a big animation company.

woah! congratulations, and I am so so happy if I was in some way able to help you on your journey- I hope you have a wonderful time and well done for all your hard work, you must have really blown people away (a first?! hot diggity dog), thanks for sharing this lovely story with me, and maybe one day I’ll be able to congratulate you in person!

Reblog if you're a studyblr

Looking for more blogs to follow and I can never seem to find any by searching on my own. I’m hoping this will make its round so not only I can find some good new blogs to follow but other people can, too!

PLEASE reblog if you’re a studyblr, even (especially) if you’re a new baby one, I’d love to support you on your journey!

anonymous asked:

The bowling metaphor kind of makes sense. I guess what I'm really saying is I'm a bit skeptical when it comes to spells and crystals. I have a biased view of them from movies/books. But I can't bring myself to dismiss witchcraft entirely, I always feel drawn to it. Can you tell me a little bit about your journey/process?

I kinda think there is no better way than to just try things out and see how they work for you. I actually just wrote a whole zine about it, Brainscan 33. I also have this page with info and I’ll pull this quote for something I wrote earlier. Actually. I’ll just have it posted under this ask because it got long and have a read more cut. here’s the link.

anonymous asked:

Since the Monsters have been corrupted by the Hunger, did it make them any stronger, or could they still be killed easily by a high LV human?

Azul–It harden some into stone cold killers, while others became weaker from the horror of it all.

The figurative human could, but they’d have to be skilled and fast. LV doesn’t matter if you’re swarmed by Temmies, or cut down by spears. There are no resets for you unless…

(game idea spoilers)

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8 of Wands vs The Chariot

*This is a VERY brief introduction to the cards and how they are similar and yet differ. Please use this as a jumping off point to your journey with these cards!*

8 of Wands

Element: Fire

Planet: Mercury

Astrological: Sagittarius

Key Terms: Speed, Travel, Excitement, Movement, Flight, Change, Nothing Stands in Your Way, Out of Your Hands, See Where it Lands

I have the hardest time with the RWS cards that don’t have characters on them to interpret. My nature is to read people; postures, gestures, facial expressions, and how people interact with others and the world around them. Most of the time that is the first thing that comes to mind; how are they standing, what do their eyes say, etc. This is how I view the world around me and my cards. In the RWS, the 8 of Wands has no characters to profile.  For me, it makes it much harder to remember what the heck is supposed to be going on, but let’s delve in anyhow! Our first clues are the key points assigned to the card. Fire, Mercury, and Sagittarius. Boy Howdy! If this is representing a person they are going to be extremely strong willed and forceful! The matching Major Arcana card, Strength, also supports this character. So even though we don’t get to ‘see’ the character on the card we’ve already got good clues about who this is if it’s a player in your spread. Do you need to be a strong person of action? This card will indicate that! Action, being part of the 8’s that are all about movement, which you see in this card with the wands moving in a downward pattern across the card. One interesting thing about this card is that it is the only card in the minor arcana that doesn’t have any people (or people parts) in it. So no hands like the Aces, no heart like the 3 of Swords, its just the wands. It’s pure energy! So you can see where phrases like “out of your hands” and “see where it lands” work for this card because there is no physical body (or parts of the body) to slow things down! Runaway Train!!!! 

The Chariot

Element: Water

Astrological: Cancer

Planet: Moon

Key Terms: Self Discipline, Inner Peace, Success, Directed Energy, Determination, Goal Oriented, Ambition, Victory

The Chariot is of course about victory, and just the term chariot brings images to my mind of some Ben Hur type doing a victory lap around the coliseum, but its assigned keys don’t traditionally align with the ‘Oorah’ battle cry of victory. Water is passive, Cancer is sentimental and emotional, the Moon is intuitive and shadowy. So how do we get there? Well to start, Golden Dawn calls this card the ‘Child of the Power of Waters’ or ‘Lord of the Triumph of Light’, and Waite (in his Grand Orient stage) called this card ‘Triumph of reason’. When you look at the card you get all sorts of details. His tunic for example is covered in alchemical symbols representing his spiritual transformation. The wings on the Chariot represent the bringing together of positive and negative and the inspiration that comes from that union. The character holds the wand from the Magician card, showing he has mastered the strength of will over himself and the sphinxes that pull the Chariot and represent his mastery of both vice and virtue. It’s also card number 7; The end of the first septenary, which is about learning to understand and master the personal psyche. So are we starting to get it? This is a victory over himself. He has learned to use his personal strength of will to deal with and overcome the challenges he faces in life and he has done so by mastering the 6 cards before him. You see the magicians wand, the black and white sphinxes like the black and white columns in the HP card, the stars above his head for the Empress, the stone-like appearance of the Chariot for the Emperor, the position of the sphinxes for the Hierophant, and the winged lingam and yoni for the Lovers.

So in comparison the 8 of wands and the Chariot are both traveling, forward movement type cards but the 8W is all force but no mastery like a charging bull; whereas the Chariot is achievement through movement through the first septenary. Like getting your AA in college on your way to your masters. The 8W has no human input, whereas the Chariot is mastery of his humanity, or personal psyche.

drippy--paint  asked:

I really hope this doesn't sound desperate. but I've been having a really rough time and im having extreme mental problems. people here seem so nice and it'd be very appreciated if I could get some nice anons or even some asks or anything. please. thank you so much, your blog has helped me a lot.

it doesn’t sound desperate at all, and I’m just glad to have helped you! I’m sorry if my page ever gets messy to look at, and I hope for you to find piece in it. I think we all need some kind reminders and affirmations some days. That’s why I’m always posting actively like I do! Acknowledging your current mental state and that you need help, is a big step towards getting better again. I wish you the best of luck on your journey, and will publish this so maybe you make some new friends. :)

“Through spiritual maturity you will see new ways to avoid unnecessary suffering; wiser ways to endure unavoidable hardships with grace, and opportunities to turn your pain into lessons of service and healing for others. Your hard journey has had a great purpose! Your pain was always a part of a plan to open your heart to love. Have faith. A miracle is happening in your life; the miracle of pain is transforming you to your highest self.” — Bryant McGill

You were never promised quick results. You were never promised an easy journey. Your success may be 10 years away and if you give up now, you'll never sleep peacefully. You will always be burdened with regret. Keep going.

- Meggan Roxanne


           To the sweetest, most caring and loving puppy person i’ve had the luxury to know,
           Happy Anniversary!


Maybe your journey is not about finding love, maybe it’s about loving yourself. Maybe it’s about rebuilding yourself or maybe it’s about walking away. Walking away from it all, from what you used to know, from who you used to be and going in another direction where better things await.
—  Rania Naim (Maybe Your Journey Is Not About Finding Love, Maybe It’s Bigger Than That)
Auras ~ What They Mean and How To See Them

Hey, Guys!

Hope everyone is having a great day so far. Something that’s interested me a lot lately is Auras. I want to see them so badly, not just because it would be the coolest thing my eyes have ever done, but some times I can be a bad judge of character and seeing auras is a great way to protect yourself from letting in someone with bad energy.

What Do They Mean: 

An Aura is a field of colored energy that encompasses a living thing. Humans, animals, and plants all have auras and each aura is about 3 feet in width starting from the body. There are a lot of colors to go through so stay with me.

Red - Pertains to circulation of heart and physical body. Positively, red can mean healthy ego. Negatively, red can mean unforgiving, anxious, and nervous.

Shades of Red

  • Deep Red: Strong willed, grounded, survival, realistic
  • Muddy Red: Anger
  • Clear Red: Powerful, sensual, passionate, energetic, competitive
  • Orange Red: Confidence
  • Bright Pink: Sensual, artistic, affectionate, loving, can indicate clairaudience
  • Dark Muddy Pink: Dishonesty, immaturity

Orange - Pertains to reproductive organs and emotional feelings. Positively, orange and indicate good health, vitality, excitement. Negatively, orange can indicate stress and addictions.

Shades of Orange -

  • Orange Yellow: Intelligence, detail oriented, scientific, creative, perfectionist 
  • Brownish Orange: Low level of ambition, lazy, repressed emotions

Yellow - Pertains to the Spleen and Life. Positively, yellow can indicate Awakening, optimism, easy-going nature, inspirations, and intelligence.

Shades of Yellow

  • Pale Yellow: Psychic and spiritual awareness, optimism, hopefulness, positivity
  • Bright Yellow: Fear of losing control, power struggles personally and in business, respect
  • Dark Muddy Yellow: Fatigue and stress from studying/trying to learn everything all at once

Green - Pertains to heart and lungs. Green is a very comfortable and healthy color of nature. It indicates balance, growth, change, love of people, nature, and animals.

Shades of Green -  

  • Emerald Green: Healer, loving person
  • Yellow Green: Communicative, heartfelt, creative
  • Muddy Forest Green: Jealousy, victim, blaming others, insecurity, sensitive to criticism, lacking personal responsibility  

Blue - Pertains to throat and thyroid. Blue is a cool, calm, and collected color. Blue produces caring, loving, sensitive and intuitive energies.

Shades of Blue

  • Turquoise: Pertains to immune system. Sensitive, compassionate, healer, therapist
  • Light Blue: Peacefulness, clarity, intuitive, truthful
  • Royal Blue: Clairvoyance, very spiritual, generous, open to new opportunities
  • Muddy Blue: Fear of expression, future, and speaking the truth
  • Indigo: Pertains to third eye and pituitary gland. Deep feeling, intuition, and sensitivity

Violet/Purple - Pertains to the crown chakra, pineal gland, and nervous system. Most sensitive colors in the aura. Intuitive, visionary, reveals psychic power, magical, artistic.

Shades of Violet/Purple

  • Lavender: Denotes vision, imagination, daydreamer

Silver - Pertains to spiritual and physical abundance.

Shades of Silver -  

  • Bright Metallic Silver: Nurturing, intuitive, new ideas, could mean money or spiritual awakening
  • Muddy Gray: Accumulation of fear in the body, health problems when seen in certain areas of the body
  • Dirty Gray Overlay: Blocking of energy, skepticism, guarded

Gold - Divine protection, enlightenment, encased in divine guidance and wisdom, inner peace, intuition and spiritual thinking. Clear Metallic Gold can mean spiritually activated, inspirational awakening.

Black - Pulling, capturing and transforming energy. Indicates an unforgiving nature (to self or others), past life problems, unreleased anger, grief or health problems.

White - Reflecting other energy and protection. Can signal new energy in aura, truth, purity, angelic qualities and healthy individual. Flashes of white light means angels are near. Dirty Grayish White can mean possible illness.

Earth Tones - Colors of soil, wood, minerals, plants. Important and good grounding colors are seen in those who work outdoors like farmers.

Rainbow - Rainbow stripes emanating as beams of light from the hand, head or body can indicate a healer.

Pastels - Pertain to sensitivity. Seen as soft blends of light and color.

Brown - Greedy, self-absorbed, closed minded. Dirty Brown can indicate holding on to negative energy and insecurities.

How to see Auras: 

The easiest way to see your aura is to hold your hand against a white wall/white piece of paper and slowly move your fingers apart and together. Eventually you will be able to see a black line in your peripheral vision and, with more practice, you’ll be able to see the colors of your aura. To see the aura of someone else, practice with a friend by having them stand against a white wall and concentrate of the spot between the eyebrows. Without looking away from the spot, focus on your peripheral vision again and try to see that black line again. That is their energy, and again with practice you will be able to see the colors of their aura. Once you have mastered the white wall test, you will be able to see auras of people and yourself much more easily and without the backdrop of a white wall or white piece of paper. 

If you made it to the end of this post, I applaud you. It was very long but holds a lot of useful information. I hope all of this is helpful to you in your spiritual journey. Blessed Be, Friends!