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22. JULIE. RECORDING ARTS MAJOR. MORE
euxinova:

18a.
vovat:

Dionysus riding a leopard

kyyhky:

Jewels I found while studying pre Middle Age art history:

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Confused citizen

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Confused angels

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Confused “Why do I have two hands?”

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Confused goat

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Confused Beatles

cafe-guerbois:

Variation nº 2 de l’origine du monde - Antoine Correia (1972-)
s-hayashi:

Semiotext(e) Vol.3, No.1 (1978) Nietzsche’s Return
LINK (via monoskop.org)
Deleuze, Derrida, Foucault, Lyotard, Bataille, Klossowski etc
See also : Semiotext(e) Vol.3, No.2 (1978) Schizo-Culture
See also : Semiotext(e) Vol.2, No.3 (1977) Anti-Oedipus

nina-skye:

My body isn’t mine anymore.

bitter-fight:

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i really think this photo describes what dissociation feels like sometimes {for me anyways}

searchingforaquietmind:

Depersonalization.

In time, depersonalized people can make some accommodations to the condition, Janiger says. They know it won’t kill them or make them insane. It isn’t a progressive illness. It may constitute a subtle alteration of perception. It’s more like adjusting to a pair of glasses that makes everything appear upside down. Eventually one may find ways of adapting.

Accordingly, people with DP disorder become masters at maintaining a front, appearing quite normal to friends, family and co-workers. The sense of being an automaton as described in DSM-IV is consistent with going through the familiar routines of a lifetime. You do what you’re expected to, and say what others expect you too, all the while feeling as if you’re acting out of habit, says John, a 32-year-old filmmaker who has had the condition for six years. Your mind is always a million miles away. All natural spontaneity and joy of living is gone. You know something’s wrong, and you’re constantly battling with what it might be, and evaluating how you feel.