In Wilderness Mysticism, Landscape Spaciousness Mirrors the Vastness and Freedom of Our Own True Self
According to Wilderness Mysticism, the spaciousness of wild landscapes acts as a mirror reflecting the expansive quality of our true inner self. Contact with this interior vastness then enables us to transcend the hectic pace of a society that so often elicits in us a feeling of contraction, claustraphobia and stress. When we live from this inner core of spaciousness we experience a vibrant sense of freedom that is able then to spread to everyone around us, thereby enriching ALL of our lives in the process.
Photos: Sunrise and sunset from Zapata Falls Campground, near The Great Sand Dunes, San Luis Valley, CO, April 2, 2016
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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.