"Like an iteration of an inter-nested fractal, the (macro)cosmic, collective process that is happening on the world stage reflects and reveals itself on the inner, personal plane [of the individual] at the same time, as well as vice versa. Different dimensional reflections of each other, the outer collective process and the inner personal process, are beyond interconnected--they are the same process simply explicating itself in different dimensions of our being simultaneously. The microcosm (our inner, personal process) and macrocosm (the world process), directly, instantaneously, and reciprocally affect each other, as the two are one and the same. This means that the way to effect real change in the world is to transform ourselves by becoming more conscious, as, holographically speaking, the world is enfolded within us while at the same time, 'We Are The World'"
-Paul Levy, The Way of the Shaman
There is more to me than my pretentious new agey spiritual worldview as quoted above, but this quote kind of sums up the way I view the world and the universe at the deepest level/I am too lazy to summarize myself
10% = riding the bus, riding my bike, going to work, doing the work, coming home from work, walking to the beach, sitting at the beach, staring at the beach, staring at the mountains, walking home from the beach, reading informing articles, reading useless articles, reading books, bouldering, going out dancing (to psytrance mostly), dancing in my home (to psytrance mostly), dancing at the bus stop (to psytrance mostly), trying to say hello to every human I walk by, volunteering with a local environmental group of concerned citizens, hiking, getting ready to go back to school, going to music festivals, sometimes watching movies, sometimes drawing, sometimes painting, OH FRIENDS, they exist too - hanging out with friends, doing a fun variety of activities with friends (mostly what I've already listed above), doing nothing with friends, talking with friends, texting friends, not talking with friends, doing yoga, teaching yoga, meditating, trying to cultivate skills of meditative trance/self-hypnosis/shamanic journeying/astral projection
5% = feeding/bathing self, cleaning, buying groceries, etc
transcending my body through dance
workin' with kiddies (I work with kids with autism)
movies: eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, trainspotting, saving private ryan, zoolander, into the wild, inglourious basterds
shows: six feet under, scrubs, south park
music: led zeppelin, psytrance, nirvana, psytrance, tool, psytrance, jack white and his various ensembles, psytrance, rishloo, psytrance, gojira, psytrance, bon iver, psytrance, regina spektor, psytrance, the national, psytrance, frightened rabbit, psytrance
lots of other punk, grunge, some acoustic-y indie stuff, and alternative and progressive metal
and just in case I forgot to put it on the list: psytrance.