In the desert, we find a world that is NOT a projection of human consciousness.
"The significance of the desert: In the desert, a person comes directly upon a world that is NOT a projection of human consciousness, . . . that has no apparent connection to the indoor human world: In the desert one comes in direct confrontation with the bones of existence, the bare incomprehensible absolute IS-ness of being. Like a temporary rebirth of childhood, when all was new and wonderful."
Photos: Canyonlands National Park, UT, November 30, 2015
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Stephen Hatch, M.A. is a spiritual teacher and photographer from Fort Collins, Colorado. His approach is contemplative, inter-spiritual, and Earth-based.