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How to Set and Achieve Your Goals... Everytime Infographic

How to Set and Achieve Your Goals... Everytime Infographic

Twin Flame Sex Explained - "1) Shared climaxes 2) Chakras lighting up 3) Not just physical pleasure but a site of deep transformation and spiritual expansion through love 4) Increased unity 5) Kundalini activation 6) Can trigger separation 7) Exchanging energy/feelings/thoughts 8) Climax is hyper-manifestation 9) Spiritual communion 10) Same sex twin flames."

Twin Flame Sex Explained - "1) Shared climaxes 2) Chakras lighting up 3) Not just physical pleasure but a site of deep transformation and spiritual expansion through love 4) Increased unity 5) Kundalini activation 6) Can trigger separation 7) Exchanging energy/feelings/thoughts 8) Climax is hyper-manifestation 9) Spiritual communion 10) Same sex twin flames."

Top 7 Successful Weekend Habits by careerbliss #Infographic #Weekends

Top 7 Successful Weekend Habits by careerbliss #Infographic #Weekends

Work productivity

Work productivity

Myers Brigs: major areas of study

Myers Brigs: major areas of study

15 Time Wasters Succesful People Avoid #Infographic

15 Time Wasters Succesful People Avoid #Infographic

How to be a more productive person #productivity #produktivität

How to be a more productive person #productivity #produktivität

The Forgotten Library : Photo

The Forgotten Library : Photo

The Goddess Returns | Integral Life - Now I think she is the equal to Sophia.

The Goddess Returns | Integral Life - Now I think she is the equal to Sophia.

"Parvati is a goddess of love, with a seductive radiance directed at her beloved, yet at the same time focused inward, on her own essence. She's mother, a yogini, a seeker of truth who inquires deeply into the nature of reality. She's powerful and she's tender, she's willful and she's playful -both at the same time. Parvati is a goddess of relatedness." From "Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton

"Parvati is a goddess of love, with a seductive radiance directed at her beloved, yet at the same time focused inward, on her own essence. She's mother, a yogini, a seeker of truth who inquires deeply into the nature of reality. She's powerful and she's tender, she's willful and she's playful -both at the same time. Parvati is a goddess of relatedness." From "Awakening Shakti" by Sally Kempton