These skies this morning were literally breathtaking. Mornings like this make me forever grateful for the time I have here. Peace and blessings my dudes 💜💚✌🏼
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The best part about being up early is seeing the sunrise! It might be getting cold outside, but you can take one of our many new or pre-owned vehicles home to keep you warm for the holidays! ❄️ Stop by or call in today to get the beat deals we have to offer! (704) 456-3200 #stayingwarminstyle#kialifestyle#sunrisesofinstagram
After Prambanan we travelled to the temple I was most excited about in Indonesia - the amazing Borobudur. How this isn't a wonder of the world I don't know!
We stayed in a nearby town so we could get here nice and early for the sun to rise between the mountains. Busy (of course) but worth it! Just a shame to see so many people leave almost immediately and miss out on looking round. Having said that, it gives you more time to explore by yourself 😊
Happy Saturday my friends. ❤💕😊 I took these pictures at sunrise last week. I love the combination of snow covered trees against a colorful sky. Last week we had lots of snow. This week we have lots of rain.❄☃️💧☔🌨 Have a blessed weekend my friends. 💕❤ #wintersunrise
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𝕊𝕦𝕟 𝔾𝕒𝕫𝕚𝕟𝕘 𝔹𝕖𝕟𝕖𝕗𝕚𝕥𝕤🌅
The sun is the birth of life. We would not be here without it and we could not survive if we didn’t have it. The sun actually gets quite a bad rap these days and I’m not sure it’s deserving of this. The sun is responsible for photosynthesis which gives life to the plants and keeps them growing, we get our Vitamin D from the suns rays, and our moods are effected when the sun is or is not out. But did you know that we can also benefit from the sun by staring directly into it at certain times of the day?
Yep, that’s right! The first 30 minutes after the sun rises and the 30 minutes before it sets there is usually no damaging UV rays. Always check a weather app to confirm and if there are any UV rays don’t do the exercise, but if it’s at a zero then you are free to gaze away.
Sun Gazers as they are known by most commonly say that the feeling you get from gazing at the sun can not be described, but it’s unlike any other feeling out there. Sun Gazers are getting direct energy from the Source when they sun gaze. Health benefits include increased charged pineal gland, brain pathways are more open and connected, you are charged off the solar light and need less food, increased energy and boosts serotonin so much that some say their depression completely went away. Sun Gazing is an ancient tradition that was used by the Aztecs and Egyptians and its known to expand our Spirit Vision and increase our intuition, you will start to see life all around you in a different way and what you normally can’t see will start to show itself. (holisticfashionista.com Article by Angel Quintana) #Sungazing#SungazingBenefits#Sunrise
Did your Monday begin this way? A brief but fiery sunrise rose behind Saltburn pier and cliffs in Saltburn By The Sea, England. | October 7, 2019 | 📷: @ian_forsyth_photography | #GettyImagesNews ⠀
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