Peer Amid The Void
How do we know what we see is real? What is ‘real’ anyway? Opening up doorways within the mind allows for the perception of larger frameworks, but can leave one’s head spinning. This has also been known to attract the attention of all sorts of spirits, whose influence is more often felt than seen. One can have a head in the clouds with feet on the ground. It’s pretty much what someOne recommended long ago: be in this world, but not of it.
I discussed this line of thinking, amongst many other things, in a recent radio show.
How do we most effectively change the outside world so that a better future is attainable? Is it even possible? Are we all doomed? Do most people even want to achieve something better?
Early into the second hour I got a call from Steve Willner from Labyrinth of The Psychonaut. He stayed on air for the rest of the show. We discussed artificial intelligence, the deepnet, the psychedelic experience, our culture of conspiracy, the singularity, raw food, and much more.
Steve influenced many people with his eye-opening videos. I certainly started viewing the world in a whole new way after watching his work.
This video seems particularly fitting for the topics at hand: