He is very meticulous in his work, and may even draw some immediate conclusions from the data at hand. A great scientist picks up these notes, reads them and ponders their meaning. He tries to envision what the entire system may be like.
He knows that there are no instruments, nor can there be, to actually see the particles he imagines, and therefore he gropes for metaphors that will accurately connect the bits of data that the physicist collected.
He has discovered "sources of energies," "divine emanations," and ways to "expand consciousness," but it all stems from his fanciful illusions.
The Philippines, being a country archipelago of islands and seas, have naturally wonderful beaches, some of which are famous the world over.
During low tides, a smaller, more undeveloped island appears and like the rest, is also suitable for fishing and swimming.
There is also the White Beach that, as its name suggests, is a stretch of white sand beach just minutes southeast of the seaport. The clear, deep, blue waters (even during low tides) are excellent for swimming and diving.
What most people have been exposed to is a smorgasbord of pop psychology and self-help that pretends to have some connection to Jewish mysticism, but it rarely, if ever, does. In most disciplines, you expect to know and understand something after studying it.
But when it comes to mysticism, people expect to be mystified.