The Something Monologues

TSM45 : Systems Theory

In this monologue I discuss one of my favourite subjects - Systems Theory. I explore the basic concepts of systems theory and some of the ways in which Systems Theory can be used to make sense of the world around us through such things as Natural Systems, Family Systems and Chaos Theory. I also describe my experience watching butterflies dancing around the bracken fern.

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TSM44 : Collecting Grass Tree Seeds

In this monologue I head out to a friends place on the edge of the mountains and collect Grass Tree seeds, while reflecting on the ecology of the area, which experienced a fire in recent years.

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TSM43 : A Field Monologue

In this monologue I go out to another area where I like to make ET contact and describe what I'm experiencing. It's a quiet night contact wise, except for the owls and bats.

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TSM42 : Night Reflections from My Backyard

After a late night outside, I reflect on life in the valley where I live in the mountains.

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TSM41B : Further Reflections on Tom’s Funeral

Batteries ran out in the car, so I continued my reflections on Tom's funeral at home.

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TSM41A : Meeting a Japanese Man Who’s Travelling the World and Reflections on Tom’s Funeral

In this monologue I accidentally meet a Japanese man (Takashita Sokichi) who is travelling the world on foot for world peace (no more war) and reflect on my friend Tom's funeral on the way home in the car. The later section is a bit hard to hear.

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TSM19 : Music Genres and Music Maps

In this monologue I give you a basic introduction to music genres and music maps and the drivers behind new musical genres.

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TSM40 : The ET Doorway Keepers

In this monologue I give you a basic outline of the ET Doorway Keepers who monitor ET created doorways on this planet.

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TSM18 : An Answer for Sen on the Question of Suffering

This is an earlier brief TSM that I forgot to post. In this post I put it back on you the listener to provide Sen with an answer to her question. 


In a later post I'll read Anamika's response and a response from the entity I call Alapo. I encourage you to put n if you can and post your responses in the comments section.
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