Hi I’m Jess! I’m 27. I’m here to love and to love wholeheartedly! I’m here to heal, to listen, and to hold space for everyone I meet along my wild life journey.
I know pain, suffering, loss, and grief, but I also know radiant love, light, and pure joy. I’ve learned to integrate the two opposing ideals onto one plane where they can co-exist.
Here’s how I see it: We must run from the societal perspective that we must act, speak, live, and love a certain way. We must claim our imperfections and share them with the world. You see, The textbook definition for “Beauty” is the study of two contrasts. Therefore, in order for something to be viewed as such, it much have both light and dark components.
I’m using this platform to share my own personal practices, to store my random ideas/thoughts/dreams, and to make content that creates smiles.
Have fun exploring the inner workings of my mind!
- My Sweet NannyMay you rest in peace. https://www.oldbridgefh.com/obituaries/Evelyn-Jones-41/
- 90 SecondsWhen a person has a reaction to something in their environment, there’s a 90 second chemical process that happens in the body; after that, any remaining emotional response is just the person choosing to stay in that emotional loop. Something happens in the external world and chemicals are flushed through your body which puts it […]
- Keep Shining Star Sister
- Excerpt from my mindYOU SEE, I USED TO BE JUST LIKE YOU. ADHERING TO THE SAD GUIDELINES PROMOTED BY THE WESTERN CULTURE. I WAS NOTHING BUT A COMPILATION OF EVERYONE I HAD MET. I DARED TO NOT QUESTION THE STRUCTURE. I WAS AFRAID TO BE DIFFERENT. I SILENCED MY AUTHENTIC SELF. LIVING IN A CONSTRUCTED ILLUSION. IDENTIFYING AS […]
- FLORIDA WATER!With its sweet floral scent and lemon overtones, Florida Water—named after the Fountain of Youth—is commonly used for ritual offerings and purification. Some replace Holy water with Florida Water. The sacred cologne contains numerous spiritual benefits and has become a staple in Voodoo, Hoodoo, Wiccan, and Santeria practices. Mixed with spices, herbs, lavender, and citrus […]
- January 26th: Wabi SabiIn traditional Japanese aesthetics, wabi-sabi is a world view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection. The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of appreciating beauty that is “imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete” in nature. Wabi-sabi nurtures all that is authentic by acknowledging three simple realities: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect. […]