trail of footprints

Pada means foot or part of a poem and implies a step or passage in the course of one's spiritual or holistic life. Padajna is to know these sacred footprints, and pada-viya is the trail left by the pada journey.

I would not think to touch the sky with two arms -Sappho, fragment 52

Me: witchy, feminist, perfumer, curator, writer, former circus girl. reading poetry, studying dreams, exploring forests, reading tea leaves, watching birds, talking to the moon. curled up with tea & blankets.

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The Deep Dark

(these fishies live in the deep dark, where very little light reaches)

downtowndistrict: Toronto’s Mixed Forest. Blue Mist of December (by Katrin Ray)

downtowndistrict: Toronto’s Mixed Forest. Blue Mist of December (by Katrin Ray)

(via fuckyeahtoronto)

by The Gentleman Amateur
by frozenstocks
Blue Fairy Forest, by phatpuppy

Blue Fairy Forest, by phatpuppy

(Source: greatest-pictures-on-earth, via faerypotter)

Daydreaming, by anna-earwen
by gumby
Winter breath by *mjagiellicz
imaginatifs: (by ◄berserker)
Misty forest by soleá on Flickr.

Misty forest by soleá on Flickr.

(Source: januarymidnight, via faerypotter)

januarymidnight: No#9 Toward the sky (by .fulvio ~ on HOLIDAYS ~)
by *gumby
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