Part one of two, talking with Martin Jolly about Dave Oshana, recognizing the eternal, and the dark side of society.
A Sensation of the Eternal (0 – 25 mins): feeling vulnerable, a missed allusion, a writer’s conundrum, engaging with sensation, varieties of love, the false identity’s barriers, wanting ideal love, infantile yearning, a rejection of love, negative reinforcement, the armor of cool, an earned position of strength, neutralizing threats with presence, something eternal, becoming sick, letting go of the ego, a new from of communication, intimidated by love, seeing & being seen.
The Tower of Babel (25 – 46 mins): the seen vs. the not-seen, electric boogaloo, Dark Oasis, denying inconvenient possibilities, a positive conundrum, fascination with the dark, the eternal by proxy, different forms of transcendence, belief in eternal evil, Prisoner of Infinity, a bodily correspondence with eternal guidance, hatred of the divine, the lure of occultism, denial as prayer, a cry of anguish, the Tower of Babel, rejecting the father, creating the Patriarchy.
Canceling Allegiance to the World (46 mins to end): Accusations of being a shill, being in an open state, men’s problem with crying, cleaning up messes at Auticulture, a changing policy, fear of a trap, Bertrand Russell & passive resistance, 180 degree turn from dark to light, an internal prison, the possibility of freedom, the problem of us and them & the distinct elite, a consistent sin of hubris, Vice of Kings, the problem with scapegoating the 1%, canceling one’s allegiance to the world, condemnation and self-rejection, the messiness of parapolitics, a quagmire of corruption, going against one’s principals to save the world, conspiratainment vs. understanding, humility & healing, losing 90% of one’s audience.
Dave Oshana free online event (NB: you need to both register & respond to the orientation email before 3 pm UK time on Friday 5th April.)