Rustic ARTitecture

Rustic Building with Street Art in San Telmo District, Buenos Aires, March 2015. Photographed by Jean-Jacques with Pentium P30T Film SLR & Fuji Film ISO 200. Copyright © 2015 · All Rights Reserved · Gypsy Café

Rustic ‘Artitecture’ – San Telmo District, Buenos Aires, March 2015.

I arrived in South America 3 weeks ago and got these shots with my Film SLR and then as usual I had to wait for them to be developed. I might take most of my future shots with my Digital SLR as it has become increasingly difficult (and expensive) to get film processed, no matter where you are in the world. – Jean-Jacques

Rustic Building with Street Art in San Telmo District,
Buenos Aires, March 2015.
Photographed by Jean-Jacques M.
Copyright © 2015. All Rights Reserved. Gypsy Café

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Building the New World Within (7) – Incoming Evolution Imminent

Berlin Wall, Germany. By Jean-Jacques M. © 1998 -2015. All Rights Reserved

Berlin Wall, Germany. By Jean-Jacques M. © 1998 -2015. All Rights Reserved.

We need to fully understand that humanity is in transition right now. One could look at it in the following way by using another analogy. There are two streams. They are flowing at the same time. The one is wide and polluted and slowing down. The other is narrow and clear and increasingly coming on-stream. The fish in the wide stream have lost their colour and are lacklustre and tired due to the contamination. They are finding it harder and harder to make headway through the murk. Some of them have forgotten where they came from and where they are going to. The narrow and clear stream is flowing within the wide and polluted stream. The fish in the clear part of the stream have decontaminated themselves and have regained their colour and vibrancy. They have remembered where the came from and they know where they are going to, so they are staying inside the narrow, fast moving, clear stream. They are excited and appreciative about having chosen the clear stream and having rejuvenated their sense of direction. The narrow stream has a clear destination. It is flowing back home. The wide polluted stream’s destination is unknown. Up ahead the two streams will diverge. It is best to choose well with which flow we are going to go.

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By Jean-Jacques @ Gypsy Café © 2015. All Rights Reserved. Gypsycafe.org


The Evolved Human at Diana Graham’s Eco-Shrine

The Evolved Eco-Conscious Human by Diana Graham

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Building the New World Within (6) – Groundhog Day Revisited

Many small people who in many small places do many small things can change the face of the world-001

In the 1993 film, Groundhog Day by writer Danny Rubin and director Harold Ramis, Bill Murray plays the role of a television weatherman, Phil Connors who gets stuck in a small town due to strange circumstances, a situation which ultimately leads to his individuation and personal transformation.

The underlying theme of individuation is incredibly strong throughout the film, but is dealt with in such a light-hearted manner that elements of it could easily be missed. To illustrate how the individuation process might look like for an individual, on a practical level, let’s revisit some segments from this film.

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Photograph and text by Jean-Jacques @ Gypsy Café

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The Liffey Cuts The City…

The City Poetry

The Liffey Cuts THE CITY……Like a meandering blue vein, ANCIENT POETRY……ECHOES IN SOFT RAIN

Just over a year ago I returned from Ireland. For me this is so recent that I could just as well still be there, but I’m not. I could just step out of my Irish Sea red brick sea-facing house (in which I rented a small apartment), jump on a bus and be in the city centre in about 12 minutes flat, traffic depending, but I can’t.

The beauty of travel for me is that I’m travelling even when I’m not. I’m there and here at the same time and everywhere else where I’ve been before. Naturally it’s where I’ve been most recent where I’m mostly still at. No long-haul journeys with stop-overs or continent hopping or hemisphere exchanges required. The experiences, visuals and insights you had, especially the intense ones, linger and mature and eventually return as a memory-filled kaleidoscopic landscape of sorts that meanders through your mind.

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By Jean-Jacques @ Gypsy Café

© 2014. All Rights Reserved. Gypsycafe.org

Photographs by Jean-Jacques.


Building The New World Within (5) – Tricksters, Trickery and Transcendence

He who wants the world to remain as it is do not want it to remain at all

…. “The Self” is our authentic self, hidden under the layers and layers of elements making up our personality, built up from childhood through culture, socialisation, belief systems and so on. The ego self is that layered persona which we use as a reflection to the world of who we are, in order to get ahead in life, but also to use as a defence mechanism in order not to show our real self. Many people confuse their ego-self with their real self and think that they are only their egos, due to having suppressed their real selves all their lives. It is important for all humans to have a well developed and healthy ego in order to function normally, but the ego-persona should be secondary to the authentic self. Ideally one would predominantly live from the real self as this would naturally lead to balance and contentment within which would produce authentic happiness. ….

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Gypsy Café has Relocated…

 

Cafe de Cuba

Dear Visitors

We are happy to announce that Gypsy Café has moved to it’s own space:

gypsycafe.org

All Welcome.  See you there!

Jean-Jacques @ Gypsy Café


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