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Suffering is not holding you, you are holding suffering.
- Buddha
Being accustomed to toxicity is not natural or good for the soul…
And when we detach from a bad habit (physically and or mentally) our world as we once knew it becomes unfamiliar and uncomfortable. But in this space of the unknown; it also becomes clear just how little we actually could see, and just how tainted our beliefs had been. As we release all that stuff we harbored and made us lowly … we are free.
Free is full of potential, free is unattached. Free creates room for more of what we yearn for and deserve. It’s all there, let it in.
-debbie lynn
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RISK
Never underestimate the power of your will, might, or your spirit…
When we step out of our comfort zone - if only for a moment- it ignites the juice that runs through our veins; it gives us purpose and a sense of worth. Even the smallest accomplishment that is held sacred and out on the edge, can redeem an eminence that is waiting for the chance to taste the uncertainty. Keep pushing your boundaries, this is what keeps us awake and inspired and if it isn’t dangerous (for your soul) it might not be worth it.
When we truly want anything - we have the strength of an army, the power of a storm, and our intuition will never lead us astray.
Risks are worth it, regret however, never is…
-debbie lynn

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Rising to your apology…
Some accusations come at us out of nowhere.
Blindsided by the blame: it becomes a curious and hurtful situation - but remember, we don’t have to cede to the pressure of anyone’s toxicity…. Ever.
And when they say, "We owe them" it isn’t words the they are after - it is justification.
"I am sorry” is meant for real healing, not to soothe a broken ego. Hold on to that, stay strong. Say what you mean, mean what you say and only lay down when you need to rest, not to be walked on….
-debbie lynn
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... And all that jealousy, where does it take us?
It takes us down and makes us crawl, when we have the ability to walk.
It creates a larger space between truth and lies where we linger in animosity.
It sucks the life force out of our soul - and brings a somber view to our eyes.
When we are so concerned about what others are thinking; saying, and when our eyes are only on “want” – it isn’t pretty.
And in all that toxicity the reality of it is: it’s an illusion that means absolutely nothing.
Why bother, why go there?
True growth is when we become bigger and stronger than resentment hanging over our bitterness.
-debbie lynn
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Don't do it!
Don’t apologize for who you are, don’t burn the bridge to your heart, don’t settle into someone else’s vision.
Don’t do it.
Don’t dilute or humiliate your beautiful soul for the sake of submission - there is not an ounce peace in any lie, and peace wants nothing more than to embrace your integrity.
Don’t give away a powerful “No” to a passive “Yes”. No is a complete sentence, and there is (in fact) a gentleness born in our pride.
Own it.
Remember, anyone trying to change you is dealing with their own darkness, and is probably afraid of the light you shine on them.
Keep shining your light <3
YES, Do that!
-debbie lynn

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Truth
That in order to seek truth, it is necessary once in the course of our life, to doubt, as far as possible, of all things.
– Rene Descartes

Without a doubt, question it all…
The problem isn’t we “don’t know what to believe anymore” the problem is the truth is hard to embrace. And sometimes when we are wrapped up in denial – for whatever reason – we just can’t hear the heart’s wisdom.
Be still - if only for a moment; it is so much easier to discern reality.
-debbie lynn
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The other side, is it Illusion, delusion, truth or dare....
We come here 'to do’ and ‘to be’ something - and to get some kind of experience then get on with it; "it" being, walking bravely into the unknown. And it is said, “Our purpose is predestined” I am on the fence about that; but I feel that striving for betterment with integrity, perhaps we won’t have to come back again and again. So while we are here, it is good to acknowledge the softer side, the gentler side of just being within the context of the moment, and loving where we are. This is the face of courage and intention; it is the art of 'doing' on the path to living life in solidarity. I will happily meet you on the other side.
-debbie lynn

“Be like water, which is fluid & soft & yielding, as in time, water will overcome rock which is rigid & hard. Therefore, what is soft is strong.”
― Anonymous
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Peace
And We all wrestle with problems. We all have complaints - we do. The real question is: how willing are you to face them head on? The burden of our grievances don’t stand a chance for resolve when all we do is feed the fire of discontent. Complaining won’t get us closer to an answer. The power of resolution is found in the way address what hurts. We can make it (our pain) bigger than our capabilities, or make it smaller than our objections. It’s a choice.
-debbie lynn

Anyone who enjoys inner peace is no more broken by failure than he is inflated by success.
—Mattieu Ricard


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BALANCE
Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance and rhythm and harmony
-Thomas Merton

When we are tilted, so is our world…

Balance is a relatable and tangible sensation that is beholden to gravity, sensibility and inner stability. It is the tell-tale sign of desperation, intoxication and our spiritual threshold. And this gravitational force can hold us tightly in our convictions unless a push, or a pull messes with our ability to reason.
We don’t need the highs, or the lows, we just need to understand them because getting caught up in extremes is exhausting. This is why taking care of our body/mind and spirit is important, and it is the simple harmony of a deeply personal song - centered and whole, balanced and in peace.
-debbie lynn
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