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Yesterday I had the chance to go skydiving, it had been something I had always dreamt of but had yet to attempt. The night before I was feeling the nerves however when I arrived at the hanger I began to feel more excited. We got prepped and climbed into a small propeller plane that slowly increased in altitude. When we got to about 10,000 feet the door of the window opened and the wind started gushing in it was an insane feeling. It was crazy being in a plane 10,000 feet in the air with my legs dangling out of it and to look down and see the ground so far below me but I had visualized this moment before and was determined to jump. A couple seconds later, I was free falling through the air at speeds of 150 km/h for about a minute. This really showed me the beauty of going past the point where fear tells you to stop.
♥️ Happy, Saturday!
I love creating little sound treats for you all, annnnd I’m a bit obsessed with my crystal bowl babies! 💕🎼💕🤗 I set the meditation journeys to my crystal singing bowls and wanted to share a clip from our last one... ya know, in case you need a a little crystalline breathing space today. Full video in IGTV.
Sending you all big love, and let me know if you have any questions about the next journey. Deets are, well, you know, follow link (in bio or below) ☺️ Ciao now 😘
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Coming soon, to your home! Or gallery near you 😀 Annabelle has left the attic.
Cold, raw and beautiful. It’s one thing to climb a mountain, but climbing an active volcano was a whole new experience for me.
Really glad everything went well. Really miss the view :((
P.s Don’t wear ripped jeans. My knees were freezing.
An Archipelago’s Prayer
19 & 20 October 2018
8.30pm - 10pm
Cit Ka Geunta (Aceh, Indonesia)
The special autonomous province of Aceh is known as the ‘Verandah of Mecca’ & many of its dances are reflective of how much the religion is interweaved in the region’s culture. The Rapai Geleng is a dance inspired by the Sufi movement, by way of remembrance to God by nodding or to geleng (shake) one’s head. The dancers perform fast, synchronised movements while in a seated position & also drumming the rapai - a traditional drum. The dance is typically performed by 12 male dancers led by two vocalists or syeikhs who recite praises to God.
Malay Culture Fest 2018
Pesta Budaya Melayu
12 - 28 October 2018
Malay Heritage Centre
85 Sultan Gate
The lovely paved roads of Intramuros | Life update: I just finished my 10 days confinement in my National Service journey with the Singapore Police Force. Looking forward to the next week! :
"The paradox is that exactly the reverse is true. Everything that’s really worthwhile in life came to us free; our minds, our souls, our bodies, our hopes, our dreams, our ambitions, our intelligence, our love of family and children and friends and country. All these priceless possessions are free.
But the things that cost us money are actually very cheap and can be replaced at any time. A good man can be completely wiped out and make another fortune. He can do that several times. Even if our home burns down, we can rebuild it. But the things we got for nothing, we can never replace." #earlnightingale
little india, singapore.
Weekends are a great time to walk down memory lane ❤️ Wonder what it was like here during its heyday 😊
📷 Beautiful shot at Dakota Crescent by today’s Featured Explorer @kirby.kang
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Look to the left, what do you see? Images within images. I see a little girl with long hair , reaching out. But tbh, nothing was on the field but the smoke grenade.
A place to reset and reflect.
🏃♂️ Running through Central Park
🏃♂️ Running through Central Park