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... and the inner psyche are never found apart from one another is to say that they are inseparably united in a “Oneness” that is unable to be divided. The obviousness of this realization is what makes it so seemingly difficult to see.
We tend to not see the primary role the psyche plays in our world because it is the psyche through which we see the world in the first place. The psyche is simultaneously the object and subject of its own investigation. In observing ...
... by the Primordial Scission.
Harmony rapidly becomes extremely complex, and perhaps because of this obscures from our senses its fundamental role in the creation of ‘form’. It is harmony that is responsible for the specific physical phenomena that scientists call ‘reality’, but that wiser men realise is but the physical aspects of reality to which our senses have access. We speak of musical ‘form’ ...
... and time are used in the production process that ends in little round packages of cheese decorated in various colours. Some of the final product is cut into tiny pieces, stabbed with toothpicks and fed to participants of the tour. All went well mostly on our tour, aided principally by Graham's successful efforts in restraining Sue from leaping into the goat pen and demonstrating her goat milking technique acquired in Mongolia during our last world safari in 2009.
Tropical and warm - my favourite temperature! As soon as we arrived we headed to town for dinner. On the way we exchanged cash - $1usd equals 13.3 pesos (blackmarket) After getting cashed up, enjoyed a typical Parilla Argentinian dinner consisting of empanadas and grill steak - very very good and one of the best medium rare I've had The next day (NYE), the group went to a ...
... Finally got a ride to the Tres Cruces viewpoint with a professor and his wife – they kindly waited while I took a couple of photos and then drove me to La Yesera, an area of multi-coloured rock layers.
Had a good wander and met some friendly Argentinians having a break at a nearby artesan/goats cheese/bread shack who invited me to join them – shame they weren’t going my way!
Eventually got ...