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Last night we had friends over to watch the documentary Under the Electric Sky. It’s all about EDC (2013) and just the rave culture that surrounds it. I highly recommend it if you ever wanted to know what the experience was like or all about. It’s so nostalgic for those who’ve attended.

Sometimes I question, should I go for the 3rd time next year? Then I see this and I’m reminded of the amazing experiences that we had. YES. I do want to go back. I want to dance the night away. Kiss my akbearcub in a crown of 150,000 people and for a brief moment feel the world drown out. It’s just he and I… kissing under the electric sky.

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Anonymous asked:

Any tips for someone looking to get into the flow arts? I'd love to work my way up to fire spinning one day. O_o Have you tried? Using fans also looks so pretty . . . I love your videos!! ^__^

I posted about this fairly recently. Refer to this post.

I have yet to try fire poi. It’s a level I plan on getting to someday, if the right person can teach me.

And thanks for liking the videos. All my video’s are tagged under #videos or #poi.

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Anonymous asked:

Speaking of gymming... I'm kinda a big dude, never take my shirt off at the beach, really shy. I wanna go to the gym, but I am so self conscious I can't even get close to the door. I wear sunglasses often, but I am not cool, if you get my drift.

I say find a friend willing to start a workout program with you. Aside from you get that sense of comfort having someone do the workouts with you, it really helps get you motivated to hit the gym and do better. Find a pre-made routine at bodybuilding.com. They have awesome beginner routines.

Most importantly. If you are really trying to make a change. It’s 60% (or even more) about your diet.

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