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Rey Mysterio’s documentary number

In abstract, Alberta landscapes, by Hedy Bach, Colour photography, Emotion, Foto, FujiX100s, Landscape, Photography, Words of music on 2017/11/12 at 05:00

According to Buddha

Practicing loving kindness meditation is like digging deep into the ground until we reach the purest water. We look deeply into ourselves until insight arises and our love flows to the surface. Joy and happiness radiate from our eyes, and everyone around us benefits from our smile and our presence. If we take good care of ourselves, we help everyone. We stop being a source of suffering to the world, and we become a reservoir of joy and freshness. Here and there are people who know how to take good care of themselves, who live joyfully and happily. They are our strongest support. Whatever they do, they do for everyone.

hedy bach photography - conceptual trees movement - 1_

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talk about me babe, if you must
throw on the dirt, pile on the dust
i’d do the same thing if i could
you know what they say, they say it’s all good
all good
it’s all good

***
birch trees, Edmonton,~ November ~ 2017

  1. How did you shoot these, Hedy? It looks very creative and pretty. I hope you’re having a great weekend. Cheers

  2. SNOW! Keep piling on those layers….I like that version – it’s all good….

  3. Wonderful is all I can say for the entire post. Happy week for you Hedy

  4. how artistic, hedy!
    Dylan saying “it’s all good?”
    more apt is
    that he used to care

    • ahhhhh yes David…for me it’s the saying ‘all good’…i use to say it to my father in his final years…our code for ‘well…good…okay…maybe or not so much’…so ‘it’ just is…he taught me we can always do better…his words were on my mind and i’ve been a Dylan lover since middle school…i bought my first Dylan album with my Dad…now listening to Dylan singing “ppl are crazy and things have changed”…well who knows…i don’t know…it’s all good 😀 have a musical day 😀 smiles and joy 😀

  5. Very cool pics! I especially like them from a distance–quite painting-like! Birch trees are one of my favourite trees in paintings…and in the real world. I read somewhere that birch trees are known as “The lady of the forest,” because their delicate branches protect the seedlings of other trees and plants from the harsh sun and allow them to have just enough light to grow while retaining moisture for their delicate root systems. Very beautiful trees.
    Very beautiful post–thank you for sharing!

    • oh that’s lovely to know Raven Wolfe…’ladies of the forest’…i’ve always loved birch trees…part of my landscape…have a beautiful beautiful Raven Wolfe 😀 ❤

  6. Kindness meditation….yes 😉

  7. Loving the effect

  8. Wonderful pictures.

  9. LOVE! On this windy-rainy-cosy-indoors Vancouver day you send me beauty. ❤
    Alison

  10. Wow, so beautiful… …so inspiring.. wonderful Series of photos, Hedy. This Images make me feel good. Smiles over the Pond 😊😊😊💫✨

  11. It’s all good, it’s all good…

    • well it is most of time…sometimes it’s good to submerge and let the waves ride over top…sending you joy Brian…send sun…i need sun 😀 smiles!

      • I wish I could find a way to can the sun here and send it up North. 🙂

        • Me too Brian I’m fond of sunshine ❄️💨🌨❄️💨

          • Aren’t we all? That is the main reason I came to Mexico I guess. The low light of winter in Europe from November to february…

          • i’m glad i’ve got mutts they never care about the weather…and they want to go out every day…so i do too 🙂 smiles from very grey etown…i do need to look into retiring in Mexico…many people do…smiles Brian 🙂

          • Let’s hear it for the mutts. 🙂
            Retiring in mexico? I know many people do. Especially in Los Cabos. The problem here is the growing violence. It is frightening. But then one worries about one thing and something else happens…

          • well maybe Cuba then…i know some ppl going to Los Barriles…so who knows i just imagine living somewhere with less than 6 months of winter…but today we had rain…and now it’s sheer ice…frightening to walk or run…but of course no violence…although it is here too but we have gun laws…arms around the world…smiles Brian 😀

          • Thank you for your smiles Hedy. Cuba might be an option. I think violence there is almost nihil. And cost of living is certainly attractive. Now I don’t know about their visa/migration requirements… Have a lovely week-end.

          • well who knows…i just have an inner need to move somewhere less harsh…this week so much ice…black ice…which means a possible fall…did that this week but bounced back 😉 hence the daily yoga 😀 it’s been a very faaaaasssssssssssttttttt weekend! 😀 have a good monday Brian 😀

          • Thank you Hedy. Watch your step. Ice can give very bad falls. Are there crampons (like in mountaineering) to walk the streets? (Silly question, right?)

  12. “We look deeply into ourselves until insight arises and our love flows to the surface. Joy and happiness radiate from our eyes, and everyone around us benefits from our smile and our presence. If we take good care of ourselves, we help everyone. We stop being a source of suffering to the world, and we become a reservoir of joy and freshness.”

    “We look deeply into ourselves.”

    Yes!

    This is so crucial and so ongoing. We must always be examining ourselves, and waiting for our “second voice,” which is an alternate perspective of our feelings, thoughts and behavior.

    Jung’s work taught me to listen to this.

    You have a thought in response to something. Wait for the second thought.

    That second thought comes from something beyond you. It is universal guidance.

    Jung was clinically dead and resuscitated. He had the wisdom of the infinite.

    Which is what you are already aware of and in touch with.

    • Yes thinking about my thinking 🤓 and indeed Cindy listening is hard work…compose a beautiful day…thank you kindly for your thoughtful comments ☺️💫 appreciated hedy 😀

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