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Feel The Comfort Of Bliss ~ Black and White Friday

Just be quiet. Get into tranquility. Sit quietly staring at peace to find the deepest amazement.

Relax completely. Release all thoughts. Allowing yourself to dissolve in beauty. Become leaves. Become calm water. Being the surface of the water that ripples in the wind.

Immersed in pure music. Blend with original beauty. Feel the comfort of bliss.

For pure happiness, what do we really need? Nothing. Because we are the bliss itself. That is our nature. Our essence.

  • Do you often enter tranquility or doing relaxation?

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  • If you do it, do you usually experience something?

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  • Are you having trouble enjoying a sense of relaxation and complete peace?

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  1. Users voted 9 times.
    Q: Do you often enter tranquility or doing relaxation?

    Yes (8 votes) – 80%
    No (2 votes) – 20%

    Q: If you do it, do you usually experience something?

    Yes (7 votes) – 78%
    No (2 votes) – 22%

    Q: Are you having trouble enjoying a sense of relaxation and complete peace?

    Yes (5 votes) – 50%
    No (5 votes) – 50%

  2. There are times when I cannot get my mind off of certain things, and Dustin of course. I have to do my best to clear my thoughts as often as possible. I love this photo Albert. So peaceful. Takes me back to when we would all go fishing growing up. Then we would jump in when we were done!

    • I understand your situation, but I’m sure that has passed, right? I am sure at least you can now be easier to let go of your mind or stretch your thoughts than in previous years. Indeed, we should clear our mind as often as possible for our own good.

      You have a wonderful experience about fishing and the places where this activity has been done, I think it can be the foundation of your place of peace. I don’t like fishing, but very often accompany people fishing, just to enjoy tranquility and peace.

      • It comes and goes. I talked to one of his best friends last night that I have not spoken to in years. He told me stories I did not know about. Funny stories but it was like brain overload. So much to take in and digest. A good thing but still when you are not used to hearing these stories, it can get overwhelming.

        Fishing was a favorite of my Dad’s, my brother and of course Dustin loved it.

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