Happy Lammas Day

Happy Lammas!


Harvest Festival


A great day to be cultivating that

Attitude of Gratitude

Co-creating a positive mind-set and abundance for ourselves

and others



Because it’s only by loving and improving ourself, that we can really start to be of benefit to others.





“There’s only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving,

and that’s your own self.”

-Aldous Huxley

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9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jinxy
    Aug 01, 2012 @ 09:09:21

    Cosmic images!



  2. mummaz
    Aug 02, 2012 @ 12:22:18

    can we identify our flaws and try to rectify them? Difficult.



    • Jas Baku
      Aug 05, 2012 @ 18:03:37

      Thanks for the comment. What do you mean by ‘flaws’ exactly?
      Because if they’re character or behaviour faults – they are the ones we can find and release.



    Aug 02, 2012 @ 13:46:31

    Jas Baku…
    Thank you so much for reblogging this to your readers!!!
    I am so deeply honoured.

    I really love that Aldous Huxley quote because it is so powerful.
    The only corner of the universe that we can improve is ourselves.
    I really believe that the most revolutionary things you can do is to heal yourself, listen to your intuition, be authentic, take care of yourself and to live your potential.
    Also, to help others if you can

    Peace & Namaste Friend…



    • Jas Baku
      Aug 05, 2012 @ 18:17:54

      Thank you. There’s something most re-bloggable about it! (Looks much better on your page though!)
      And yes – there has to be a healing process at work within yourself, before you can heal others. Intuition and authenticity are underrated, and yet so important.
      One of my favourite quotes (I think it’s American Indian?) is ~
      Whatever you do in this world, always be true to yourself.
      That naturally implies others, which in its way seems similar to yours.



  4. mummaz
    Aug 06, 2012 @ 16:06:02

    …Character and behaviour faults – usually one is aware of them, maybe not to the extent of awareness to others, but find them difficult to control and dumb down



    • Jas Baku
      Aug 07, 2012 @ 17:01:58

      Difficult, yes – but very do-able! Just being aware of them is a good start.
      Then we can ask ourselves wether they really are worth tolerating, and what we can do to tackle them.



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