Often times I find MYself working MYself up into a frenzy while blaming others for the emotional roller coaster I put myself on 🙃 They may have hurt you, they may have betrayed you. But have you ever thought about your role in the situation. (This excludes ALL forms of abuse 🗣) Sometimes we feel like the other parties involved are the reason for our roller coasters but we never analyze ourselves.
You are in control of your emotions, no one can make feel any type of way.
At some point you have to take a step back and ask yourself ,what do I have control over? what can I change? Be honest and truly analyze your answers. Remember when we point the finger there are always 3 pointing back at us.
If you don’t know about @compeeduk foot plasters you need to! I recommend you start hoarding these. Always keep a pack in your bag. They are great for a night of dancing or to soothe any friction from a new pair of running shoes. I love them! The padding is so comfy and you can even wear them in the shower without them coming off. They last for a week and if you have any blisters they help to heal them. They are definitely part of my must haves in my bag for a night out. #dancingfeet
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Depois de alguns meses de mistério, agora sabemos o destino da Looping Star, que está armazenada em São Caetano 🎢
Um novo parque, inicialmente móvel, irá surgir na cidade de Praia Grande entre o final desse ano e o começo do próximo, chamado de @loopingparkbr
O local terá como atração principal a famosa Looping Star, entre outras atrações que serão divulgadas em breve. O parque está sendo elaborado e será operado por @josedaviddihopihari (atual acionista e ex presidente Hopi Hari) e sua equipe.
Fiquem ligados que traremos novas informações assim que surgirem!
This is TIMBER WOLF at WORLDS OF FUN in Kansas City, MO, a Dinn wooden coaster.
100 ft. tall
95 ft. drop
4230 ft. long (this may not be 100% accurate, but we’ll get to that later)
Designed by Curtis D. Summers
Opened March 31, 1989
Timber Wolf replaced Extremeroller, the Arrow corkscrew that infamously once ran with stand-up trains, as Worlds of Fun’s first wooden coaster. It is often regarded as Dinn’s best coaster because of its lovable roughness, charm, and thrilling/promising layout.
Part of this love has to do with the constant renovations of this ride. Between 2006 and 2017, Timber Wolf’s entirety was retracked by GCI. This led up to last year, where the woodie’s 560° upward helix was turned into a 70° banked turn. The park calls this Timber Wolf Reborn. Although this is NOT an RMC name, do you think this ride should be RMC’d? Along with this new ride came a new modernized logo. Since the new length has not been released, its current one is not 100% certain.
Timber Wolf has been recognized in early amusement park polls (before the Golden Tickets) as one of the world’s best wooden coasters. It started strong in the Golden Tickets, but it has since been moved off the charts. The ride is also featured in a roller coaster history timeline at Frontier City. Also, in 2008, new, shiny air gates were added, but they didn’t line up to the row number. That’s ironic!
What do you think of Timber Wolf? Did you know that Orient Express’s former chicken exit is in its station?
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Introducing my Orion, meet Alexei!
He is Russian, very smart, and enjoys studying space (along with other things). Sometimes he'll drag Finley along to help him. (If you look closely he has pierced ears)
Rahu and Moon in taurus for me today:
i approached a very unpleasant trouble with a calm mind. i shouted in anger somewhere in the middle while i could still feel the inner equanimity. it felt like a lightening from the sky came through me, but i remained untouched. i got accused that i don’t care for something holy. me, who is all about the sacred and the holy. they saw the ultimate holiness in the stuff that got lost, and not in the soul connection. turned out, the holy was not in that stuff. but the holy is in everything, and so also in that stuff. it flows from our heart and through intention into the stuff. and sometimes it pours from the stuff (artefacts) into us. turned out, i did care so much that i was thinking of what i can do to save the holy objects that were gone missing preserving my equanimity. i was trying to maintain emotional stability. turns out, i realized i was not feeling my emotions. i thought a calm mind approach was the highest. turns out, it was the least emotionally intelligent.
i thought god was within. turns out, he is in the painted images in orthodox church. he is, but if we think those images are more important than the god inside, then he isn’t in those images.
sometimes when we think we are holy, what a horror to think that what if we are not. what if the values that are expressed in our choices and behavior are the opposite of holy. what if we think we are holy, but then we act as an accuser. how could you not care for the holy! saying that we are not holy anymore. what if it is not a horror at all that we are not holy as human beings. what if being holy means being ok with the fact that we are not. #rahumoon#spiritual#journey#multidimensional#rollercoaster#ride#fullmoon#thanksforreading#holy#god#sacred#sacredtruths#heart#ocean#equanimity#emotion#emotions#stability#constructive#calmmind#rahumoon#moonintaurus#rahuintaurus#vedicastrology#fullmoon#moon#rahu#moonrahu
🚀 It might be 44 years old, but Space Mountain is still a fan favorite at almost every Magic Kingdom or Disneyland park around the world (only missing from Shanghai, where Tron Coaster takes its place). I clearly remember my first time stepping aboard this rocket. Throughout my childhood, I was terrified of Space Mountain and could never imagine riding as I would pass by on the TTA Peoplemover and hear the echoing screams in the dark. The first time I finally rode this coaster, I remember the surprise and delight of this strobe tunnel, recorded in this video by @themeparkhd (how often does a roller coaster drop before it goes up the lift?), which has been one of my favorite classic Disney effects since that time. What was your first reaction to riding Space Mountain? 🌙 (If you want some more fun facts about this ride, check out episode 4 of Imagineer Podcast).