|view of the Bariloche area from atop a mountain|
|birds eye view of Patagonia|
|close to where the ski-lift dropped us off. Heading up to the ridge|
Or is human perception of energetic frequency based mostly on manipulation of the mind?
How many people would be able to walk into a clean bright house without prior knowledge that a some horrific event took place there a week ago, and tell you the space was negatively charged? Similarly, if you primed most people with false information of a tragedy taking place, I'm willing to bet a high percentage of them would report feeling, to put it in scientific terms, the "heebie-jeebies."
|wow, just wow|
|a view from the ridge|
If this is the case, if everything is one, how then can a location have a greater level of spirituality than another?
|Bariloche- cycling around the lakes|
For me, when I speak of spiritual places, they are areas of such astounding natural beauty that the mind gets inundated with so much "awe," that our continual and habitual thought processes short-circuit. For these brief periods of time, as it ceases activity, we have no mind, and as the cloud of thought which obfuscates our internal light dissipates, the naturally bubbling energy, the presence within everyone, that which continually governs our body- causing our heart to beat, our lungs to breathe, our cells to divide, that which was present long before we were born, runs through us today, and will be here for eons after our physical form dissolves ... As we become aware of the true energy that we are born of, a lightness, a sense of dynamic love overtakes us, and our bodies feel completely alive and electrified (at least this my experience.)
|ascending Mount Tronodar on the Chilean/ Argentinian border|
Patagonia, Argentina is one these heavenly locations, and for this reason, I nominate it as: The World's Most "Spiritual" Place.
|the fall colors of Patagonia|
|carved by glaciers like a razor blade- on a hike in Patagonia|