Young at Heart; The Youthful Dreamer


It is never quite evident to me what the meaning of a photo is when I initially take it. But when I reflect on it, work with the feelings of it, the meaning becomes unmasked; unraveled. Working with older models is something quite new to me. When I first started, I probably would have said no since I truly favored the “young” and the “tall.” But since meeting Harold via Instagram, I really got to know his cheerful disposition. The industries of the world are in favor of the “new” and “re-imagined.” The irony is, sometimes with age we hold much more value if we cultivate ourselves with the time we have here.

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Photographer: Kensey Jean

 

Behind the Scenes: Olivia

 

Model: Harschin (Harold) – Instagram ; WEB

 

Location: Subway E Train, Port Authority, Times Square, NYC

 

Equipment: Canon 5DIII and Canon 24-105mm f4Sigma 35mm 1.4 ARTBlackrapid Strap(Womens)Samsung NX500 Mirrorless and nx20mm lens (DISCONTINUED CAMERA LINEUPS)


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For me, I always wanted to focus on the soul. It’s not so much the outer appearance, but the inner that strikes my fancy. Appearances help in such a visual world such as Fashion and Photography. But for the work I wish to create, it must have a deeper meaning and hold the value of the soul.


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Upon deeper analysis of these photos, it reminded me of how asleep people can be. How the world tarnishes our youthful outlook, our dreams, our hopes. Most people fall pray to the illusions of the world and forget what they came here to accomplish. They are overwhelmed by their life, their jobs, their bills, their responsibilities – which leaves little to no room for their dreams to grow and flourish – their true purpose that resides deep within their souls, is never yet realized and discovered.


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Time is so short. I don’t need to live till 80 to realize that. I’m not the best keeper of my time, but I try to always move forward, to keep creating, to keep accomplishing, to keep holding on and staying youthful to my soul’s purpose. I think that’s what keeps a person young. The years of age are nothing but a number. It is the amount of life well lived that count; that either keep us youthful, or aged and ill. It is our choice of every minute, of everyday, that we must choose to ignore the distractions of the world and hold tightly to the wheel of life or to let it slip right past us and ignore our true purpose – our creations that the world will unfortunately never benefit from.


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BEHIND THE SCENES


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Fashion Hong Kong FW16 #Throwback #FBF – My First Season


My first season of fashion week… almost 3 years ago. Can you believe it? However, after all this time one of my favorite collections was from this very show. Originally these were shot for The Skinny NYC, however I wanted to start featuring some of the photos I’ve taken “way back when” on my blog right here for y’all.

 

At the time, I was a professional photographer, but I’ve learned a few tricks and improved along the way. I thought they were great at the time – ahhhhh what a noob. With the attainment of proper white balance mode on my camera, and the higher F stop, and the removal of my polarizer filter indoors (like whyyyyyy) – I’m a little bit better these days. But still, I struggle a little with my camera, the Canon 5D III, as it’s getting a tad dated and the autofocus points aren’t always accurate – which COMPLETELY saddens me when I got the PERFECT SHOT and thus… blurred. But nonetheless, my improvement over the years can be seen.. at least in my eyes lol.

 

I never wanted to take the typical type runway shots.. I wanted to go rogue.. go different.. and master that. Requires more work? Possibly, but for me I wanted my creativity shine. I wanted to make it my own and have a different set of photos compared to most photographers. So enough about the back story.. let me tell you what I actually like about Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC FW16.

 

It starts off with designers: LOOM LOOPHARRISON WONG, and HIDY N.G.

LOOM LOOP

The Loom Loop FW18 Collection was EVERYTHING. My love for color and creativity: leggings, cool shoes, butterflies abound. My soul was screaming with joy. As some of you might know, or not, lol, is that I no longer attend shows that don’t inspire me. SEE POST:

Photographer Kensey Jean. I’m at the point where I’m taking back my power. I’ve been taken advantage of so many times over the years. This year, 2018, I decided that I will only take photos of what I want to photograph and edit and upload the photos that I want to upload.

Well, anyway, my soul was screaming with delight. It’s everything I could have wanted to see in this virtual reality (simulation theory anyone?). The bow-tie necklaces, the butterfly headpieces, and the outfit that looks like waves???? Yeah I’m getting a little too excited thinking about it. Unfortunately it’s been a while to attend another show of theirs, but I hear they might be back FW19 SO SCOREEEE.


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Photographer Kensey Jean – NYFW FW16 – Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC

Photographer Kensey Jean – NYFW FW16 – Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC

Photographer Kensey Jean – NYFW FW16 – Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC

Photographer Kensey Jean – NYFW FW16 – Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC

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Photographer Kensey Jean – NYFW FW16 – Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC

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Photographer Kensey Jean – NYFW FW16 – Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC

Photographer Kensey Jean – NYFW FW16 – Fashion Hong Kong HKTDC

Harrison Wong

Harrison Wong’s FW16 collection showed me what a dapper gentleman should look like. With the tappered pants, newsboy persona, Englishman by the sea look, sleek fedoras, and coats with prints that remind me of lighting bolts, and splashes of water.. what’s not to love?? There also was color; eggplant and egyptian blue, but COLOR. When most designers resort to the blacks, whites, and traditional minimalistic colors, I give props to the designers who reintroduce colors into the wardrobes of men and women. Reminds me of the Beatles.


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HIDY N.G.

The biggest selling point in my humble opinion in HIDY N.G.’s NYFW FW16 Collection would be the subtle use of glitter, lace, sheer, feathers, and embezzlement in a typical minimalist color palette. I’m not sure of the exact era of influence, but it’s the time of working women with class and attractiveness. Of course that’s subjective. Perhaps you can tell me in the comment section below. The millinery styled hats with the veil… SPOT ON. Very much a European thing.. that I was surprised to see in Ireland when I last visited.


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ABOUT FASHION HONG KONG

“Fashion Hong Kong comprises a series of overseas promotional events organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council to present Hong Kong fashion designers and labels in the global fashion arena.”source: nyfw.com

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Indonesian Diversity NYFW


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Indonesian Diversity NYFW SS19 starred three designers; Vivi Zubedi, Kimberly Tandra, and Coreta Louise. The purpose of the multi-collection is to drive awareness to Indonesian culture and their home. The opening featured dancers

Vivi Zubedi

Vivi Zubedi’s NYFW SS19 Collection was inspired by the city of Marrakech. Vivi incorporated her inspiration for the city with Indonesian designs and sillouhettes. Her goal is to be a worldwide affordable luxury brand, yet hold true to her commitments with her customers needs. The designs were vibrant with floral touches and spirng colors; a great refreshing touch to her already breathtaking NYFW FW18 Winter CollectionMy favorites being the bright yellow and classy silhouettes.


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Suedeson by Kimberly Tandra

Suedeson’s NYFW SS19 Collection “Nucleus” collection comes from the designers own personal experiences in diverging into the world of Couture. The pieces take inspiration from different races and cultures. There is a juxtaposition at play where two seemingly diverse details are used in the same look. Delicate looks next to bold looks; leather with hand-sewn details. Headpieces, batik, oversized bell sleeves were also used. While the leather can be seen as bold, materials such as silk, cotton, and organza balanced the look out and brought it down to earth; grounded.


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Coretta Louise

Coretta Louise’s NYFW SS19 Collection, “Tropical Haven”, informed the world that tasteful batik designs can be worn in an elegant and modern manner. The hand painted silk can be worn in both in the urban area or in the everyday life; bringing a little tasteful elegance to any place or situation. Handwoven silk, organza, and tafetta lined the runway this season in the vibrant colors of gold, maroon, terracotta, and midnight blues.


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About Indonesian Diversity

“Indonesian Diversity in cooperation with Indonesia Fashion Gallery will have a special emphasis on celebrating Batik this season celebrating its origins in Indonesia that has inspired designers all over the world. Indonesian Diversity proudly presents two luxury ready-to-wear labels from Indonesia: Suedson by Kimberly Tandra, and Coreta Louise. Kimberly Tandra, the designer behind Suedson is currently living in Paris and will showcase a collection featuring Batik motif with a print technique that results in eye-catching designs. Coreta Louise pays homage to Batik, which originated in Indonesia by drawing inspiration from prints found all over the country and modernizing them to create silhouettes and fresh prints that are sellable to the international market.”Source: NYFW.com

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Vivi Zubedi NYFW FW18


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Vivi Zubedi’s designs adhere to being sleek, modest, and luxury.

Winter can be a boring and an uninspiring season for most. Often, it is the time of year where thing’s run slow, and fashion looks the same. Being drawn to the more colorful spectrum, I often see how often people wear very similar clothes – with plain black jackets. This is not always limited to the winter months, I see people wear similar, standard looks year round as well. Vivi Zubedi challenges the norm, by bringing more (colorful) blacks, and awe-inspiring looks that can brighten up anyone’s cold winter day.


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I think the major difference with Zubedi’s FW18 collection is that even though there is a lot of pieces in the darker, black spectrum, she mixes it up with the style of the outfits, accessories and fabircs such as lace, beads, studs, embroidery, and a little bit of color; greens, whites, blacks, blues. Even the color-pop with lipstick. The looks are modest, yet colorful by design. I love the casual mix of sneakers and caps with ordinarily high-end luxury looks.

My favorite of all, is the navy blue piece that reminds me of midnight stars in a winter night’s sky.


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ABOUT VIVI ZUBEDI

“Vivi Zubedi is a fashion designer from Jakarta, Indonesia. Before working in fashion, Vivi graduated from Universitas Negeri Sumatra Utara (University of North Sumatera) with a degree in accounting. She soon realized that her passion was in the fashion industry, and started to learn how to sew and make clothing patterns from her tailor.In 2011, Vivi launched her first label using her own name “Vivi Zubedi”. Vivi first presented her collection at Indonesia Fashion Week in 2014 and received an incredible response from the fashion society in Indonesia. After that, Vivi continued to present her collection at Jakarta Fashion Week and launched in the U.S market through Indonesia Fashion Gallery in New York. Through her label, Vivi showcases Abaya collections to promote the Muslim women’s wear as a well-known entity in the fashion industry. With Vivi Zubedi’s brand, Abaya has become more renowned not only in Indonesia, but also in other parts of the world like London, South Africa, Germany, Dubai, and Qatar.

In September 2017, Vivi Zubedi participated in her first fashion show at New York Fashion Week (NYFW) with IMG. Her collection became a spotlight, not only to the media, but also to the international fashion industry for her “fresh” designs, colors, and the meaningful theme ‘Makkah, Madinah, Jannah.'”

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F/FFFFFF NYFW Spring 2019 Debut

 

 


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It’s always an honor to be amidst art that resonates with the soul. As per my previous posts I have mentioned, I have decided to become more selective as to which shows and designers I wish to cover and attend. F/FFFFFF did not fail to disappoint.


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F/FFFFFF’s spring 2019 collection founded by Zac Zeng, awakened those childhood daydreams I had, but never realized I had forgotten. The colors are insanely vibrant and brought about reminisces of the 2000’s alien and space vibe trend.


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I had a pair of midnight black iridescent glittered boots that I loved dearly as a child. I remember my feet outgrowing them but I loved them so much I would smash my toes into the shoes. Obviously, that didn’t last long. I never knew how much I had loved those shoes until I saw Zeng’s collection. The clothing styles and materials used (vinyl, awakened many fond memories and childhood dreams. In a world where people are encouraged to grow up and where abundantly bleak clothes exist, Zeng encourages us to grow up in style. The style that we once were allowed to bravely wear, and the dreams we once were allowed to dream.


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You can be a space goddess if you wanted to, or wear space buns for a hairstyle. You can be a bug collector and observe nature, a (boy / girl) scout, a G.I. Joe Doll. You can even live your dream of being a chicken LOL. The collection gives us permission to live life the way we always envisioned it to be in a colorful and fun sort of way. It allows the child inside each one of us to feel alive once more as we strut down the sidewalks, spend time with our families, or maybe ,if you’re daring and or lucky enough, at our work. The collection gives permission to our inner kid and sets free our childish nature.


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Designer:
 F/FFFFFF

Jewelries and Accessories: YINXUAN JEWELRY, FMACM

Shoes: CHOCO CONCERT

 

ABOUT F/FFFFFF

“F/FFFFFF, founded by Zac Zeng in 2017, F/FFFFFF is a derivative based on romanticism, with a pleasant melancholy and sensual wanderings; with an unruly inner and subjective irrational image of men. He aspires to “freedom, equality, universal love”, pursuing a refined beauty and delicacy.About Designer Zac Zeng

1993 Born in Wuhan, China

2014 Graduated from Hubei Insititute of Fine Arts

2014 Stylist on TV program < I am the BEAUTY> Hunan TV channel

2013 Excellence Award of <HuaFu Cup> in China International Fashion Week

2013 Excellence Award of < Tianzhu Cup> in Shaxi, China

2014- 2015 Designer at VICUTU

2015-2016 Creative Director at ELLE HOMME

2017 Founded F/FFFFFF; Launched FW17 Collection at Shanghai Fashion Week”

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Ruby Fang NYFW SS19


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Ruby Fang has created some brilliantly strong female looks this season, NYFW SS19. Fabrics used such as tulle and satin each adhere to the feminine look. Fang also includes her knowledge of Chinese embroidery in her collection. Taking a closer look, many of the pieces include the Chinese traditional colors of reds, blacks, and gold embroidered threads. What makes Ruby Fang’s collection unique is the modernization of traditional and timeless clothing, the designs, colors, and her usage of shiny beads and sequins. Ruby Fang’s designs are classy, sexy, and strong.


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Ozlana SS19


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“Australian brand Ozlana presented their much-anticipated new collection DREAM STILL____ at New York Fashion Week. An edgy yet romantic take on street couture, the new collection highlighted their experimental textiles, quality fabrics, and sustainable artisan techniques.


The mood at the runway was serene, with a naturalistic set design featuring dried wildflowers and pampas grass, soft fur overlays, and lightweight cloud props hanging from the air, illuminated in soft hues. The sound of chirping birds and projected moving scenes of waves and stars created an immersive experience, as if within nature, in the heart of midtown New York.

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DREAM STILL____ translates a tale of nostalgia as a woman builds her life in the city, recalling her beautiful countryside youth, and lapsing into a sweet recollection of what has been. Presenting an All Seasons collection, and subverting the traditional fashion calendar, OZLANA brings a new moment to their audience, combining highly wearable, practical fashion with an idealistic, dreamy mood.


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Designer Hannah Kim has created a casual and lux style with light feminine dresses in satin and chiffons, leather bomber jackets, and coloured fur gilets. DREAM STILL____ is a carefully developed collection, flowing effortlessly through a series of colourways transitioning from pretty pinks, baby blues and beiges, to black. Looks were layered, showing combinations of pieces. A strawberry motif embroidered on a long length knitted cardigan worn with a cherry print dress was accented by a red handbag and red sunnies for a cute look. A floral print pink dress with ruffled hem and cuffs oozed femininity.


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Glints of metallic embellishments lifted the soft pastel palette, with beaded embroidery, delicate hanging eyeglass chains, and silver heels. Fun accessories gave a youthful feel, with mini handbags, complete with fur trimmed handles – a hint of the classic Ozlana aesthetic. Shoe options included clean white platform sneakers worn with transparent sheer socks, and pale pink gold buckled mules lined with fur. Models were styled with a certain girlishness, with floral face tattoos and textured teased hair in high ponytails.

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The grand finale featured every model returning to the runway sporting a fur parka, Ozlana’s signature item. Plush fur-lined hoods in a multitude of colourways gave the wearer an expression of individual personality. So cozy, so covetable!


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Dreamy romantic undertones came through a modern, youthful, wearable collection where traditional Spring/Summer & Autumn/Winter looks are effortlessly merged” – Text from Official Press Release.


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Alessandro Trincone – My Favorite Designer of NYFWM SS19, The “Avvolgimi” Collection


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Alessandro Trincone’s work never fails to amaze me. He has been one of my favorite designers for a while. So by me saying that Trincone’s show for the NYFWM SS19 Season, titled “Avvolgimi”, was one of my faves, I don’t take that lightly. A few years ago, I came across his work on Instagram and was immediately captivated by it. Trincone is a master of merging different elements into his timeless pieces; his vision for fashion is uniquely his own. When I look at his designs, the influences of Asian culture (particularly from Japan), femininity in a gender fluid way, and perhaps an element of European flair is what I love most about Alessandro’s designs.

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With his “Avvolgimi” Collection, I love the whites, pinks, metals (copper, silver), mixed in with a subtle use of rainbow colors. As seen on the hats and certain outfits. He pairs together bows with ruffles, white sheer gloves, and fluffy (cloud-like) headpieces – further emphasizing a soft feminine feel. Trincone spins the fashion world on it’s head with his introduction of pieces that challenges the norm of fashion, and with pieces that can go both ways (gender fluid, gender neutral.) Whilst femininity often is portrayed as delicate and often so-called, “weak” (in comparison with strictly masculine attire), Trincone has challenged that belief. The feeling of strength and courage come to mind. Femininity promotes strength as well. Perhaps one of the biggest take-aways from the collection is there being fearlessness when you stand in your own power and express yourself the way you want to. You don’t need to conform to society.


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This was Trincone’s first official debut at NYFW, and a show I’ve been eagerly participating for while (as mentioned above LOL.) It was a hectic times for Alessandro, but I managed to get a mini interview with the Designer about his influences, and to tell us more about himself and his story.


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1. Thoughts about your first NYFW show?

  • My first NYFW has been really unexpected. Everything was good, in my opinion, my team, my pr, the people in the backstage. I was really really nervous of course, it was my first big show in my favourite city in the world. It was my dream since I was just a child.


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2. A little about how you got into fashion design?

  • I got into fashion design just for causality. After high school, I was just 18 years old, I wanted to run away from my city, Naples. To do that, I had to choose what to do. I couldn’t leave the city just because society didn’t match up with me, so I tried to take the path of fashion. And it was the right path. I’m so lucky about that because I really didn’t expect to enjoy it that much; I especially fell in love with that (fashion).


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3. What are your designs influenced by?

  • My designs are influenced just by myself, my experiences, and by the society.


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4. Your focus on making menswear?

  • I focus on making clothes. Not thinking about men or women. Just clothes for people


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I must add that I absolutely adore Trincone’s demeanor. As I’ve stated many times over on my blog and everywhere else, I admire souls that are genuine and have at least an ounce of gratitude(which he has plenty of). That’s another reason why I wanted to devote an exclusive blog about Alessandro Trincone’s work on my website, and to share it across the inter-webs. Thank you so much for bring your beautiful creations into reality.


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Alessandro Trincone


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“Avvolgimi encloses a personal journey which begins by discovering ourselves and ends with the free and resolute choice of self-expression. People who lack sensitivity and empathy, too often, even unconsciously, cause some psychological effects, they influence us to the point that at times we end up obsessed. The verbal violence and, in my own case, the physical one, has been in fact a painful turning point. A strong need of protection and comfort arose from that, pushing me firstly outward, looking for help in vain, but eventually reconnecting me with my most intimate and blissful dimension. This collection embodies the power within us, it celebrates life and people who find the courage to be themselves at any cost, breaching the tedious sexual standards and gender roles. It ultimately criticises the bigotry in today’s society and hypocrites who accept it, but actually they’re sadly pretending to be free,” Alessandro Trincone.

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Fluidity in Life; The flow of Water

“Change the perspective and you change the life. Let it flow as water should. Water is always changing and so our perspectives and beliefs must change along with it.” -Kensey Jean


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When I think of water, I think of Lao Tzu and the Tao Te Ching. Great philosophical book if you haven’t read it yet; it’s short but very thought provoking. Sometimes, I find myself rereading it because the teachings are so profound. And sometimes it’s difficult to absorb such profound wisdom and automatically apply it to daily life. Philosophy is like this though. It subtly changes your perspective of life. We don’t know where we have changed on our journeys, but we have changed because of the perspective we see and the questions we ask ourselves.


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“True goodness is like water; it nurtures everything and harms nothing. Like water, it ever seeks the lowest place, the place that all others avoid” Lao Tzu.


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The second person who comes to mind is Seneca, the Roman philospher. I still haven’t finished his collection of books as its many many many hours long, but the words carry out lots of insight about mindsets, human desires, how we should carry ourselves to old age, and the beauty there is in fortifying virtues. With that.. I see the intentions of others more clearly. Philosophy is subtle like this but you just know.. you just SEE.


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“We go down twice into the same river, and yet into a different river.” For the stream still keeps the same name, but the water has already flowed past” Seneca.


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Yesterday is all but a memory.. and how do I know thay this memory truly happened and took place? Sometimes I feel I would never recognize my past self if we had the chance to meet. For my mindset has changed. Perhaps my motives have changed as well. So me standing before my “past self”, would be someone completely foreign.


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I’ve been to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden before.. many years ago with other international friends. To think that the friends at that time are no longer my friends. I don’t know the reasoning.. but people’s true motives always reveal themselves eventually. It’s amazing that this time around I was with a different and new friend. Same place.. different time. And I.. as a different person.. yet with a similar substance of soul. It’s amazing that several decades and centuries ago, other souls walked the Earth where we are walking today. The more i philosophize about these sorts of things the more adamant I become about living in a computer simulation. The matrix if you will.


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It’s as if all the world’s religions talk about it but distort and encrypt the message. I don’t understand why people get offended at me for questioning and philosophizing the reality we live in for each day of our lives. If we are not out bodies and our bodies are a temporary home for our soul, then what are the bodies we reside in? We all know we can’t take our bodies with us. So where do the bodies reside? The bodies are part of the computer simulation.. tethered to this matrix reality. Our bodies are only a vehicle to navigate this matrix.


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I’m not sure where the flow of this is going. But that is the whole point. I’m letting thought flow just like water. Thoughts are not ours. Where do they come from? We each have experienced dark thoughts about ourselves and about our bodies and appearances in this matrix. It all seems these thoughts came from no where. But its only a channel. This realization was presented by J Kristofer.. please see the video below.


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But I wish to share a stream of thought enthralling goodness. I can’t say that the thought channel I receive is always positively brilliant as this matrix is based on duality and multiple channels coexist, but I do like to speak and share good when I can. Not to force it onto people, but to allow these souls to question things for themselves. If they feel offended for even allowing these people to question their realities.. thats something they must talk through within themselves; something they must question of why they are offended. Our lives are all mere perspective anyway.


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Change the perspective and you change the life. Let it flow as water should. Water is always changing and so our perspectives and beliefs must change along with it.

 

 


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Thoughts in Bloom – Spring Edition


I can’t help but feel that there is more to our reality than we are led to believe. In the past, I’d feel like I’d want to do something and would have a burning sensation in the back of my head till I completed the task. In the case of last year, I really tried hard to hussle my way to success through influencing and photography.


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Now, I just feel like I don’t want to do most of anything anymore. It is a paradox. I’m really going through “ego loss” or what some call “ego death.” Anything ego related I don’t want to contribute to and be a part of. Including writing articles on fashion or being in the spotlight with continuous praise. I admire fashion and enjoy creating outfits but I don’t want to contribute or have it be a job that feels “Soul-less.” I questioned the thought of becoming a Stylist because I seem to have a talent for it, but it feels menial; my heart and soul feel apprehension about it. The idea of having connections doesn’t appeal to me as much anymore. I see the purpose in connections and knowing who’s who, but it has truly been blown out of proportion where souls are forced to compete against each other for establishment in the workplace. It is a cut throat system while disguised as a system that favors those with the most privileges be that money, degrees, or power. I’m not saying that’s the case for everyone – but I certainly feel that’s the case for a large majority of people or those of the “ultra-successful” where the prestige runs deep in the family. But I also question the majority’s frame of mind… I’ve seen many crooked people who have a job and some making TONS of money. They do their job (as skills are all you really need for a job) but the loyalty, honesty, respect, gratitude, determination, ethics, self development are missing. I’ve heard the nasty conversations on the subway and on the streets, and the way some of these very high-paying men have treated me on dates, I’ve heard the appalling and downright heartbreaking stories. The foundation is obviously missing and the ego is running rampant.


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The concepts society has ingrained into our minds no longer appeals to me anymore. That includes working a traditional job, having to wear makeup, having to think and live life a certain way, and following guidelines of how to raise our divine children in a jail like setting starting with gender programming (blues and pinks.) Then later, forgetting our soul essence in educational brainwashing, college prepping, the rat race, marriage, children, and retirement. This universe seems too fabricated to me. The more I look at it, the more it feels so very fake. I hate the feeling of being forced to conform to “get the job.” To scream from the rooftops my “achievements” and my skills on an interview so that I’m the most favorable applicant against those I’m “competing against.” I know it’s necessary in the way the world is set up to have an air of confidence and prove yourself, but that’s not who I AM. I still do it though even though the very act repulses me.


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For the first time in my life I believe we are in a Computer Simulation. Yes, crazy as it sounds, it is my truth. In the past “The Matrix” was more of a theoretical concept to ponder. A couple of months back I have found out that there is such a thing as the “Mandela Effect” and learned our anatomy such as our heart’s location has changed. The size of the heart also looks bigger. That would not be physically possible unless we were in a simulation that can mass edit everyone’s anatomy. Time just passes unbelievable fast compared to a “decade” ago. There was a thought provoking video a while back that featured a person reliving the same day everyday. However, this seems to feel like everyday even with the different names of the week that tell us otherwise. There might be some variation, some souls are born, some souls die, sometimes we celebrate. sometimes we work. But the day is the same. Everyday truly is “today” till it’s not. And we only have one day that makes up this whole life of ours. “Yesterday” is like a faded implanted memory. How can we know if what we remember actually happened? Tomorrow is theoretical in nature. But we always live today. There is a lot that can’t be explained in this world.


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The one steadfast thought I have is going on a spiritual retreat and really diving deep into my soul to the core of the answers; it takes so much time and years to come to realizations.. but time is short and I have a mission here. I don’t have all the answers that I need to know such as my full mission. I know its my mission but I need more clarity so I can better fulfill what I came here to do. To find the answers I must dive deep and quickly. Currently I’m going through life endlessly, studying, pondering, but with no clear direction or aim. This is not enough for me. The other thought I must do is write this article: to show my progression or enlighten others. I don’t know but I must write and share my thoughts.


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The power of souls is their gift of thought. As we were made in the image of “god”, we too were given the gift of thought. Over the past few days, I finally realized that our thoughts can be influenced. By part egoic programming, and part from other “entities.” It is human nature to both experience thoughts of evil and good. But whether we act on these evil thoughts is up to us. The thoughts we think, we choose to give power to.


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Being Claircognizant, psychic thoughts appearing out of no where, I have began to understand the process of thought. If you haven’t yet read my post on my singledom please read for more insight. There is usually a thought that pops up in my head asking me if I will accept or deny a situation. My first relationship – I can’t remember the exact wording of the thought – but it was like, ‘the relationship will end badly – are you okay with this(continuing forward)?’ There seems to always be a thought with a question asking my approval or if I understand the outcome and if I still want to go down that direction.

 

But if this whole world is literally a computer simulation and we are given thought as a gift from “God” and our thought is influenced by various different “sources”, then we too can shape our reality instead of our reality being shaped by “others”. This is also why the phenomenon of “Law of Attraction” works at times. But I think after realizing we are in a literal Matrix, then realizing our thought has tremendous value, it can literally manifest itself. There is a computer and influences at play who wish us to not know the power we hold. They distract us from the truth be it in work, with drama, with egoism, with greed, and shame.

 

Books have been telling us this but it never seemed to click in its full entirety; that we are players who are able to manipulate this construct. Just as external things mostly manipulate our thoughts.. be it government, peers, parents, entities both good and evil. We must realize that all these external sources are showing us that we too have an internal source within us that holds the power to manipulate our reality just as these influences are trying to manipulate us based off of certain programming.

 

This goes for the study of plants and water – speaking thoughts of love make the plants thrive and look beautiful. Thoughts literally reign over us. It is our choice to decide if we accept it or not. Another study is mass meditation dramatically reduces world conflicts, war, and death. Our thoughts are more powerful than we can imagine. The placebo effect states that our thought makes things come true if we believe it. People with illness are said that they can cure themselves by changing their thoughts; there is probably some validity to that. Illness is a very complex structure – but thought is one part of the equation.

 

So many things are trying to seek and manipulate our thought. The way others feel about a situation. My father today acted very juvenile and how a hurt child would, blaming me for his anger and sadness. In the past i would be influenced by his thought to feel sad and ashamed and would apologize to try to make things right. Today, I acknowledged his thought and feelings, but I did not influence him to feel that way, he himself acknowledged and gave power to his own thought that suggested offense to what I said or done.

The most powerful thought is realizing that our thoughts are our power to choose. To surrender our thoughts for someone else means a lack of power.

 

Our thought gives birth to creation.

 

 

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