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If today’s younger San Francisco embodies the task-oriented gentrification of tech-obsessed workers thriving on cyber business and the startup lifestyle, then the older San Francisco is often described as a historical meditative place in the heart of the 1960s Bohemian counterculture. While this perceived cultural binary continues to be debated and extracted politically by the media, as many older residents experience abrupt evictions at the hands of emerging tech companies looking to buy up real estate, subcultures of the old San Francisco are still very much alive and visible. The most distinguishable are the scenic meditation retreats just outside the city limits, most of which were established during the Love Generation. These sacred places continue to offer guests and spiritual seekers the space to reconnect with the higher aspects of their own being.