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Return conversation with Ashley H, on impressions of Dave Oshana, the transmission, ancestral loads, embodying the life force and connecting hell to heaven.
Part One: Questions of Enlightenment (0 – 24 mins)
The changing iterations of Dave Oshana, the necessity of identity, the influence of words, the normality of Dave, questions of enlightenment, beyond our comprehension, a dangerous red herring, human responses, a rough East End lad, a taste of transmission, responding to a call, a visit to an old man, passing on the transmission.
Part Two: Airless Places (24 mins – 51 mins)
Waking up into gloom, people in groups who seek good feelings, when the life force withdraws, the men who died, inherited morning blues, the courage to stay in hell, a place of hopelessness, the fear of being swallowed up, dreams of dystopia, airless places, imprisoned in a version of being alive, awakening from nightmare, the use of will, the power of desperation, an internally generated hell.
Part Three: Ancestral Darkness (51 mins – end)
Back to Nature, from contentment to enlightenment, a healthy ego, accepting hell, the horrors of the human heart, becoming the marriage of heaven and hell, perceptions around hell, addictions & the use of the life force, the damned parts of the human body, the father’s nihilism, the ancestral darkness, seeking balance in family systems, optimism & the dark, Emerald’s tale, overground with underground, dialogues with the dead, a huge divide, evolution in action.
Songs: “Pirates” by Entertainment for the Braindead; “Just Like Anything” by Malcolm Middleton; “Road to Nowhere” (cover); “Changes” by Short Hand
2 thoughts on “The Liminalist # 242: A Taste of Transmission (with Ashley H)”
The combined brilliance of H²O
Two H’s are better than One
Thanks Dave. Took me a moment or two to get it, slow brain me, then I smiled widely and felt touched.