Shocking Instant Karma. {Video} ~ Nichole Gould

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on May 8, 2013
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Advent Eve, in her innocent disposition. She wasn't created for the same reason Adam was, thus she awakens to a much different Eden.

Have you ever experienced something that allowed you to reflect deeply on how we can get thrown off track so easily by the little challenges in life?

Have you ever thought about how that slight veering can often lead to a chain of unfortunate events that may have been avoided if you were able to let the little things roll off of your shoulders, thus going with the flow and riding the waves of life rather than meeting life with resistance?

This shocking and dark short film inspired deep reflection on life and its connections and lessons. It reminded me to pay attention and to take nothing for granted.

Plus, I wanted to share this video because I love to support the arts.

Warning: if you have Arachnophobia or are easily offended or squeamish please watch at your own risk.

Spider from Nash Edgerton on Vimeo.



Photo: Nichole GouldNichole Gould is the founder of Barefoot Warrior Yoga in The White Mountains of New Hampshire. As a Student of life, yogini, yoga teacher, landscape gardener, single mother, organic pizza waitress and lover of all board sports, she considers herself a jack of much and a master of none. She can also be found dabbling with guitar playing, singing off key, reading from her many stacks of books or writing poetry. Feel feel to peruse her Facebook page or contact her via her website for more insight into her ever curious mind.



Ed: Brianna Bemel


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