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Lower Iceberg Lake (by lowcountryboil)
The Iceberg Lake trail in Glacier National Park is one of my favorite hikes -- extraordinary vistas, wildlife (including bears), fields of wildflowers, waterfalls, and last but not least, Iceberg Lake itself. The lake is located in a north-facing cirque (i.e., glacial valley), leaving it to receive minimal sunlight and allowing the winter snow and ice to float in the lake well into summer. The walls of the cirque appear to be around 2,000 - 3,000 feet high.Lower Iceberg Lake is a small, exceptionally beautiful lake about 50-100 yards below Iceberg Lake.

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Lower Iceberg Lake (by lowcountryboil)

The Iceberg Lake trail in Glacier National Park is one of my favorite hikes -- extraordinary vistas, wildlife (including bears), fields of wildflowers, waterfalls, and last but not least, Iceberg Lake itself. The lake is located in a north-facing cirque (i.e., glacial valley), leaving it to receive minimal sunlight and allowing the winter snow and ice to float in the lake well into summer. The walls of the cirque appear to be around 2,000 - 3,000 feet high.

Lower Iceberg Lake is a small, exceptionally beautiful lake about 50-100 yards below Iceberg Lake.

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We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls.

—Anaïs Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin, Vol. 7: 1966-1974 (via introspectivepoet)

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Starseed Corner: Embracing Multiple Spiritual Lineages
In the midst of a spiritual awakening, individuals often wonder about their heritage. Ancestors commonly spoken about, both  physically and spiritually, include off-planet peoples such as Pleiadians, Andromedans, Zeta Reticulans, Arcturians, Sirians, and more. Gaian-based ancestral groups include Elves, Fairies, Gnomes, Sidhe, Tree Spirits, Water Sprites, Mermaids, Air Sylphs, other less-human creatures such as Griffins and Sphynxes, other Animal kingdoms, etc.
A main reason why newly awakening individuals wonder where they are from is that our current Western culture places a large amount of value on defining and containing purpose and meaning into separate compartments, the common belief being that the whole of anything is simply the sum of its parts, and the way to understand any sum is to know the workings of each piece. That, in fact, is the current scientific model being used in the Western world. It only sees half of the truth, of course, but although many spiritual people are somewhat aware of this fact, they also naturally revert to needing to be “validated” by defining themselves.
The other, and more authentic, reason that many wonder about their heritage is that many personal qualities that seem quirky or odd can often be explained by knowing where one comes from. Often, we struggle with the deepest parts of ourselves – these parts often ignore cultural norms so we end up struggling with them and being caught between our authenticity and what we believe is expected of us. Often, if we are consciously aware of our own heritage, then we can honor these unconventional pieces of ourselves and find deeper levels of internal peace instead of undergoing quiet battles internally.
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pleiadian-starseed:

Starseed Corner: Embracing Multiple Spiritual Lineages

In the midst of a spiritual awakening, individuals often wonder about their heritage. Ancestors commonly spoken about, both  physically and spiritually, include off-planet peoples such as Pleiadians, Andromedans, Zeta Reticulans, Arcturians, Sirians, and more. Gaian-based ancestral groups include Elves, Fairies, Gnomes, Sidhe, Tree Spirits, Water Sprites, Mermaids, Air Sylphs, other less-human creatures such as Griffins and Sphynxes, other Animal kingdoms, etc.

A main reason why newly awakening individuals wonder where they are from is that our current Western culture places a large amount of value on defining and containing purpose and meaning into separate compartments, the common belief being that the whole of anything is simply the sum of its parts, and the way to understand any sum is to know the workings of each piece. That, in fact, is the current scientific model being used in the Western world. It only sees half of the truth, of course, but although many spiritual people are somewhat aware of this fact, they also naturally revert to needing to be “validated” by defining themselves.

The other, and more authentic, reason that many wonder about their heritage is that many personal qualities that seem quirky or odd can often be explained by knowing where one comes from. Often, we struggle with the deepest parts of ourselves – these parts often ignore cultural norms so we end up struggling with them and being caught between our authenticity and what we believe is expected of us. Often, if we are consciously aware of our own heritage, then we can honor these unconventional pieces of ourselves and find deeper levels of internal peace instead of undergoing quiet battles internally.

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It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless.

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We need people in our lives with whom we can be as open as possible. To have real conversations with people may seem like such a simple, obvious suggestion, but it involves courage and risk.

—Thomas Moore (via resolutionist)

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