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

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posts tagged "england"

bluepueblo:

Mossy Wall, Halstock Wood, England
photo via sirena

bluepueblo:

Mossy Wall, Halstock Wood, England

photo via sirena

(via faerypotter)

johnnyonespur:

Stone Rows, Dartmoor, England

johnnyonespur:

Stone Rows, Dartmoor, England

(via bluecohosh)

INTERNETS

karenhealey:

INTERNETS OMG

"FEELS" HAS BEEN A LEGIT TERM SINCE AT LEAST 1782:

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The Duchess, by Amanda Foreman.

Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, really wrote a real letter to her mother complaining about the feels in 1782.

I love everything.

(via cleolinda)

Myth & Moor: Daily myth ↘

A beautiful post from Terri Windling on the ponies of Dartmoor.

wanderthewood:

Dartmoor in winter, Devon, England by lakemans

wanderthewood:

Dartmoor in winter, Devon, England by lakemans

(via chinacat-crazycat)

followthewestwind:

The Canterbury Labyrinth, University of Kent. Frosty Dawn, Canterbury Cathedral. by Jim_Higham on Flickr.
morgondagg:

Smoky Day on Moor Brook, Dartmoor by Miles Wolstenholme
goddess-river:

geopsych:

Doll Tor stone circle. Photo by Barry Teague.
Noticed that the other Doll Tor picture is popular. Here’s my favourite.

goddess-river:

geopsych:

Doll Tor stone circle. Photo by Barry Teague.

Noticed that the other Doll Tor picture is popular. Here’s my favourite.

(via chinacat-crazycat)

peonyandbee:

An ice circle (also called ice disc or ice pan) occurs in slow moving water in cold climates. It is thought that ice circles are formed when surface ice gathers in the center of a body of water rather than the edges. A slow moving river current can create a slow turning eddy, which rotates, forming an ice disc. Very slowly the edges are ground down until a gap is formed between the eddy and the surrounding ice.

The gif is from Evan Gregg’s capture of a ice circle in England on January 26th 2013.

(Source: scientistmary, via liselotte-e)

yagodichjagodic:

Spring! (by Matt Clark Photography)
chinacat-crazycat:

frenchchairs:

This is Plymouth, taken a couple of days ago.
When is it going to end? It’s been going on for weeks.
Damn jet stream.  Or is it Cameron’s fault?

Naw, didn’t you hear that one UKIP dude? It’s the gays. Duh! (Totally NOT serious about that. That dude’s obviously a wanker)

chinacat-crazycat:

frenchchairs:

This is Plymouth, taken a couple of days ago.

When is it going to end? It’s been going on for weeks.

Damn jet stream.  Or is it Cameron’s fault?

Naw, didn’t you hear that one UKIP dude? It’s the gays. Duh! 
(Totally NOT serious about that. That dude’s obviously a wanker)

pagewoman:

The Oakery Bridge, Dartmoor  by Sascha Selli on Flickr
wanderthewood:

Hisley Bridge, just inside Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England by lakemans

wanderthewood:

Hisley Bridge, just inside Dartmoor National Park, Devon, England by lakemans

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wanderthewood:

Halstock Wood, Dartmoor, Devon, England by @DartmoorGiant

wanderthewood:

Halstock Wood, Dartmoor, Devon, England by @DartmoorGiant

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