The Liminalist # 124: The Elephant in our Lives (with Random Dude)

Return conversation with Random Dude, on faith in exploration, back to the body, The Kubrickon, being drawn to pop culture, sorting the seeds, being thirty, a process of elimination, psi-experiences, overwhelmed by history, the evolution of the generations, Saturn’s sobriety, the need for pragmatism, what can be applied, ancestral cues, why scry culture, the autobiographical voice,  the hidden trauma, the elephant, Leonard Cohen & Buddhism, tracing the linkage, deep into the past, seeking the small, seeing what we use to see, the biological program & artificial program, when genes become conscious, acceleration movements, stuckness, a truth binary, trauma-based mind control, baby in a bubble, serial killer central, the drive to heal, the vertical and the horizontal, straightening the ancestral line, stepping into one’s shoes.

Songs:  “The Kommema and his Religion” & “Of the Lakes” by SunWalker; “You Will Be Mine” & “Your Theme” by Greg Houwer

2 thoughts on “The Liminalist # 124: The Elephant in our Lives (with Random Dude)”

  1. “At 30, a man should know himself like the palm of his hand, know the exact number of his defects and qualities, know how far he can go, foretell his failures – be what he is. And, above all, accept these things”.

    Albert Camus.

    Count me in in the group conversation idea, if you can.

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