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a black and white poster with the words spend your life doing strange things with weird people
Perfect advice
an old black and white photo with a quote from james joyce ulyssess on it
"come what might, she would be wild, untrammeled, free"--James Joyce
a black and white photo with the words, her hair was long, her foot was light, and her eyes were wild - john keats, la belle dane sans mer
d y s a n i a
a woman standing on top of a rock next to a waterfall in the woods with her arms outstretched
“The feminine energy is enormously powerful, and we would not be here without its presence. Yet for so long, the power of the feminine has been feared and suppressed within the psyche and attitude on Earth. The feminine represents the felt and unseen. The feminine power is nurture, creativity, intuition, and heart-centred living and loving. - Art: George Holz, Mother of All Living, La Primavera, Mexico, 1996 / Embodied <3
a woman with feathers on her head in the woods
Solitude is not an absence of energy or action, as some believe, but is rather a boon of wild provisions transmitted to us from the soul. In ancient times, purposeful solitude was both palliative and preventative. It was used to heal fatigue and to prevent weariness. It was also used as an oracle, as a way of listening to the inner self to solicit advice and guidance otherwise impossible to hear in the din of daily life. ~ Clarissa Pinkola Estes
a woman holding a dog in her arms with one eye open and the other half closed
Life is a Mystery
Best friends ♡
a black and white photo with the words because everything she does comes from within
the words are written in black and white on a piece of paper that says, she's fire and i see you all fear the cold and crave
a black and white photo of a wolf in the woods
an old poem written in black and white
Victoria Erickson (Instagram: Victoriaericksonwriter)
a dog that is laying down in the grass with its head on it's back
"The old one, The One Who Knows, is within us. She thrives in the deepest soul-psyche of women, the ancient and vital wild Self. Her home is that place in time whre the spirit of women and the spirit wolf meet - the place where the mind and instincts mingle, where a woman's deep life funds her mundane life. It is the point where the I and the Thou kiss, the place where, in all spirit, women run with the wolves." — Clarissa Pinkola Estes