San Xavier del Baq is visited by many tourists throughout the year on the southwest side of Tucson, Arizona. This image is of a pristine and old mission, and you would expect to feel upliftment and peace. The white church structure would connote a sense of calm, however, underneath there are different feelings present. There is a jail where the native Tohono O'odam people were hung if they did not help to build San Xavier. This energy is also present. Additionally, some Tohono O'odam people may feel aligned with the Christian teachings that continue in the missionary school. Other Tohono O'odam people may consider the perpetuation of Christian teachings as an inherent conflict to older more traditional ways that are being revived. Often we are unaware of the conflict and disparity of what we see, and how we feel in a place. Noticing this conflict, and becoming aware if these two senses are in alignment, helps us to become more conscious of our surroundings and what we are experiencing.