“As he walked with the angels, ancients and archetypes outside of space and time, he knew that only one thing could save him from Ezekiel’s chariot.

The moment by moment wrestling with his I and thou encounters… with breathing, with divinity… in human beings, nourishment, beetles, birds, flowers, flesh and fungus, trees…  fire, water and earth and sky… the sun and moon…

His full attention to the material moment… to his sensate and consciousness.  These were his roots, his anchors.  His connections to the material world.”

Psychology, Jean Llanomirth



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