I Am A Bohemian

A fragrant share by my fellow bohemian friend, Kelly Smith – aka Dove.


“I will say this. A true bohemian is not a hippie. A bohemian wanders with simple luxury in her pack. A bohemian bathes. Fragrance of life is a high ideal. A bohemian is self mastered, thoughtful and owns a moral compass that cannot be trampled or influenced by any person or law. In this way, a Bohemian will never be lawless, but we might break the laws of culture in right action. A bohemian is harmony. We are the observers and the devoted note takers. The alchemy as witness is the ultimate healing. We are the visitors in which great wonder and admiration is our badge. We leave our sacred spaces exactly as we came, or adorned with the magic of gifts agreed to by our environment. We do not take a stone unless we ask. To eat is to be the medicine. This is Peace. The gift of being mindful but decadent in our senses. We do not give our bodies casually. We gift the activity of love as if it were a cosmic consummation, and the intent of this energy is to fuel the high art of living. The words, songs, and textures flow. Our river is strong. We are devoted the innocent and wild. We are not hippies. A bohemian is a lover of OM, the greatest dance of all.

Dove. I am a Bohemian not a hippie.”


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BLOOM ~ bohemian love of OM


About Tania Marie's Blog

Tania Marie is an international Reiki Master Teacher, Intuitive Energy Guide, Sound Channeler, Visionary Artist, and Author. With over 25 years’ experience in healing arts and metaphysical studies, Tania inspires people globally to embody their essence, access creative empowerment, expand into more conscious awareness, and to harness their magick and imagination to create alchemy for living in harmony.

Posted on December 22, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. “The term bohemian has a bad reputation because it’s allied to myriad clichés, but Parisians originally adopted the term, associated with nomadic Gypsies, to describe artists and writers who stayed up all night and ignored the pressures of the industrial world.”

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