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It’s 5 am and I still want to sit and watch Midori Days…!

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the-whisper-of-valee asked: "I wish I could believe in past lives and such as you do. That would mean that death isn't really the end of anything. I've been scared of death and what lies beyond for as long as I can remember. But I want to ask you something: how do you know the role people you know had in your past lives? how did you figure out what you were before? It's really interesting and I feel like knowing things like this give meaning to one's life, so, do you have any good books recomendations? thank you in advance!"

For death worries please see Near Death Experiences Foundation and from right corner “NDE (Near Death Experience) Stories”. There you have hundreds of stories of what lies behind the curtain of death.

You can also read Anita Moorjani’s book “Dying To Be Me” or Lisa Williams’s book “The Survival of the Soul

Anita is a woman who “died” because of her cancer, but returned back here and healed. Her book is from my opinion the best guide book to get in touch with the meaning of life.

Lisa is a well known medium and psychic working with the spirits and souls who have crossed the line to what we call Death. There’s also a TV series of her “Living Among the Dead” if I don’t remember the original series’ name wrong. 

With any spiritual questions such as death, meaning of life, life lessons, spirit world, soul connections ect. ect. see Masters of The Spirit World. They reply to questions asked by people around the world and they have a huge archive. There’s also possibility to download their book for free. 

How do I know the roles? I remember them. It’s simply that simple. Things like past lives aren’t something you can rationalize, as rational mind needs explanation to this and that and it’s always skeptical about everything (and always worried and in fear). These are things you sense with your feelings. We don’t teach our children to use their hearts and feelings as a guidance, but teach them to rely only on their mind - and that’s were the troubles starts. As good as logical mind is, sometimes it’s a way too limited to understand something (it’s not an enemy though and things as science vs spirituality aren’t needed - I enjoy both full heartily). 

Besides my policy is that my private things are my private things and thus they don’t need justification or “approved”-stamp from others. We’re a way too concerned to get those “approved”-stamps from others, when in reality the only person whom stamps should matter to us is ourselves. Thus I’m not expecting anyone to agree with me or even believing in the things I speak of and work with (as I am a psychic).

Besides, even if I would find out when I die that everything I believed in was nothing but lies, if they helped me to be a better person and treat others better, then they have done enough. 

P.S. I forgot the past lives thing: they have came to me from many sources in the past 12 years; dreams, meditation, readings, talks with friend, from music, from fears, from likes ect. ect. See my other blog Celestial Reasoning for more info, I don’t usually talk about these things in Tumblr as this blog is for fandom things. 

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Anonymous asked: "Oh very cool! Actually, I would name Shadow of the Colossus as my favorite game personally. I just re-beat MGS4 before I moved for Uni, about 4 weeks ago. I liked all three of those Final Fantasy games but I've never beaten any except spinoffs. I've played different games from franchises you mentioned (like DMC4 and SC5). Bayonetta is already on my list but I'll definitely try to check out the other games you mentioned when I can. Thanks for the recommendations! :D"

I have to say from Bayonetta that you either love it or hate it :’D There’s no-between with Bayonetta. I absolutely LOVE Bayonetta. I’m so sad Bayonetta 2 comes to WiiU only :TTTTTTT I wouldn’t want to buy a console just for one game…

Also go for the newest DMC: Devil May Cry, as it has taken lots of inspiration from Bayonetta. The hack and slash with both games is absolutely breath-taking and fun! 

megane-hero asked: "Legend of the Dragoon is for sale on the playstation store classics section ^^"


Oh it is?! I need to check that out, thank you!


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megane-hero asked: "Legend of the Dragoon is for sale on the playstation store classics section ^^"

Oh it is?! I need to check that out, thank you!

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Anonymous asked: "Okay then aside from Tekken what are your top favorites? No limit this time haha"

Oh man, I have so many fave games, in no specific order:

  • Devil May Cry 1 & 3, I also love to bits the newest adaptation of Devil May Cry with “wrong Dante” (and I was extremely skeptical with it)
  • Metal Gear Solid 4
  • We Love Katamari (I still need to buy Katamari Forever for myself)
  • Shadow of Colossus
  • Final Fantasy VII, XII and XIII (though everyone else hated FFXIII)
  • Breath of Fire 3
  • Wild Arms 1
  • Resident Evil 4 (also loved playing 5)
  • Ookami
  • Soul Edge and Soul Calibur 2 (Soul Calibur IV is good only because Yun Seong finally manned up - god I hated him so much. I have soft spot for Voldo, too, haha)
  • Bloody Roar 
  • Slowly getting my first touches with Pokémon with Emerald (because Mudkip) (no we didn’t have Gameboy or SNES)
  • Tombi/Tomba
  • Legend of Dragoon (this shit isn’t available anywhere SOB SOB I NEED THIS GAME)
  • Castlevania - Symphony of the Night
  • Bayonetta
  • Mass Effect 2
  • Dragon Age 2
  • Locoroco
  • Little Big Planet
  • Ni no Kuni

From above if I had to choose a few games you should ABSOLUTELY play I’d say Bayonetta, Castlevania - Symphony of the Night, Legend of Dragoon, Breath of Fire 3 and Shadow of Colossus. 

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Anonymous asked: "What is your favorite video game?"


Eeeee I think I have to answer Tekken series as I have followed it for 16 years and I’m still excited whenever new Tekken is released. 

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commanderofblood replied to your post: If you have nothing to do, or need tim…

It’s such a cute anime, omfg. I remember it. Midori no Hibi is a bizarre slice, but so, so cute.

IT’S SO CUTE AND MUCH FUNNIER THAN I REMEMBERED! I just started the series again and with the first 5 minutes I was grinning from ear to ear! 

If you have nothing to do, or need time to relax or just a new anime to watch, go check out Midori Days (Midori no Hibi). This 10 year old anime is one of my biggest personal favorite. It’s quite underground anime despite that it’s very liked (8-9 stars out of 10)
Midori Days doesn’t have just adorable characters but also one of the most bizarre plots.

Meet Seiji Sawamura, aka Mad Fist Sawamura. He’s known as the badass of the high school, who spends time fighting than studying. In reality Seiji is a kind young man, who dislikes fights and who wants nothing more than a loving relationship with a good girl - too bad everyone’s afraid of him because of his reputation! 

Meet Midori. Midori is from another school and oh so very much in love with Seiji. She’s extremely shy and barely talks to anyone. She spends her days admiring Seiji from far, never really getting enough courage to even say hi to him. She’s sad because of her own personality. 

One day Seiji wakes up noticing his right hand has turned into miniature Midori! In the 13 episode long anime they try to find out just what the hell has happened and how they can return Midori back to where she belongs to without anyone noticing anything weird. And how does the Mad Fist Sawamura fight against the jerks from other schools when his fist is now a delicate young woman? 


This has btw very nice opening and ending, especially ending.