“When we meditate what we actually do is enter into the deeper part of our being. Meditation is like going to the bottom of the sea, where everything is calm and tranquil. On the surface, there may be a multitude of waves, but the sea is not affected below. In its deepest depths it is all silence.
To enter into that place, now, first thing, is to tap that strength inside us, let it sustain us through the day.
When the waves come from the outside world, we are not affected. Fear, doubt, worry and all the earthly turmoils will just wash away.
Just take a moment, to breathe. Breathe slowly and evenly. Use your imagination, feel you’re breathing out all the rubbish you want to let go of. Feel you’re breathing in pure energy.
Meditation is silence, energizing and fulfilling.”
The songs of whales and dolphins can be beautiful to the ear. Now acoustics engineer Mark Fischer has created a way to make them visually pleasing too. What’s more, his technique captures more information about the sound than traditional ways of visualising whalesong.
This is why the ocean scares me so much its not the sharks, nor the giant fucking squid its just the vast emptiness
Oh hi one of my worst fears in the world.
people don’t get it when I say I’m scared of the ocean and not what’s in it oops
Deep waters .________.
really? Cause I find it rather peaceful. Not that I would sink to the bottom but, I find this rather alluring
RAYE YOU’RE LIKE MY OTHER HALF. i completely agree, it sounds beautiful and just..quiet and peaceful.
I have dreams that I weigh so much, I sink QUICKLY and EASILY in deep water.. it’s a very anxious feeling to run out of breath and be clambering for the surface..
Arline Hunter photographed by Edward DeLong for Playboy, Miss August 1954