A more free-form, conversational deep dive into reality hacking.
The Take (formerly called Screen Prism) is an amazing YouTube channel that explores movies, TV and culture in a delightfully detailed and engaging way.
These people really do their homework!
Videos of ideas and techniques that can be explored and creatively combined
in the context of experimental reality hacking. Use whatever excites you.
A few extra fun videos and some touching ones as well.
Reality Explorers 1
Reality Explorers is a new podcast produced by my friend, Mark Rapp. I was fortunate enough to be one of his first guests. This was my first podcast interview, so it's a bit rough, but it's a good overview of what I'm doing.
Westworld: The Man in Black - The Gamification of Life
Westworld's Deep Reading: How Stories Shape Us
The Matrix of Today: Influences and References Explained
The Matrix Ending Explained: A Guide to Freeing Your Mind
How Rick and Morty Caught the Zeitgeist
Rick and Morty: The World Hates Smart People
I'm starting things off with The Take's examination of The Matrix , Westworld and Rick and Morty.
(I find it very ironic that one of the Matrix episodes is sponsored by Nord VPN, lol)
The Template - The Ceremony of Original Innocence - Code 1
The Template - The Ceremony of Synthesis - Code 2
The Template - Ceremony of Sacred Breath - Code 3 (Audio Remaster)
The Ceremony to Clear and Protect
The Template - Source Ceremony - Code 4 - Preview
The Template Glastonbury
I came across this while I was frustration-Googling for practical applications of sacred geometry.
I was pulled in by the beauty of the computer models, but what really grabbed me was the poetic-technical description of how our reality is structured . . .
The Five Movements
This is something I've been wanting to experiment with for some time, so I thought I would just post it for everyone.
I spent two years working with a very unique and highly powerful set of breathwork movements . . .
"The OA Flashmob" Five Movements in front of Trump International Hotel NYC
The OA Five Movements Tutorial
New Video Game - SNL
Vincent Van Gogh Visits the Gallery | Vincent and the Doctor | Doctor Who
Goodbye Moonmen (Cover) - Rick And Morty
Just for Fun & Feels:
Yogi Victor -- King of the Hill
This is one of my favorite clips because I have met waaaaay too many of these guys while running around in non-traditional spiritual circles. Mike Judge nailed it, and so did Johnny Depp, who provided the voice talent.