The Something Monologues

TSM121 : The Agony of the Human Condition - Part 3B : Recognizing and Honouring the Needs of the Daimon

I dedicate this monoluge to Frédéric for his ongoing support and to Mauren for her recent donation and for being a long time reader/listener ! Thank you both very much for reaching out to me and for making a difference and for showing your appreciation for what I have to share ! 

In today's monologue I pick up from where I left in TSM114, exploring the Daimon and how we can recognize and honour the needs of the Daimon for a healthy and fulfilled life. After listening to this recording, I realised that I didn't say enough about how to recognise the needs of the Daimon - so I might take that issue up in a future monologue. I might add as well, that I wonder if the Daimon has different needs at different times in the human life cycle.

For those of you who question whether or not a Daimon really exists as a distinct entity or aspect within us, I think that's a reasonable thing to have some doubt about. My thoughts are that as an alternative to the traditional view of the Daimon, we consider that the Daimon is as a driving force, a set of urges that arises from the way different processes that arise from the interaction of mind and body. Think of it as a unique force of it's own, that emerges from the interaction of mind and body. It may have a transcendant timless nature that exists beyond each individual life or be bound to each individual life. Perhps there are many possibilities. No one can prove or disprove the existance of the Daimon ! But each of us will know whether the idea resonates as true or false.

We might also consider that it's nothing more than an idea ! An idea with great power !

 

Enjoy !

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TSM99 : An Extraterrestrial Explanation of Past Lives, Future Lives & Parallel Lives

I've had many talks with my ET friend Dude about the nature of reality and the self. In today's monologue I reflect on a recent talk, in which Dude put forward a metaphorical explanation for understanding all of a person's lives - their apparent past lives, future lives and parallel lives. I found Dude's explanation very confronting, especially when I sat down and thought about it's implications. It is my wish that Dude's explanation also pushes you way beyond your comfort zone. Dude offered this explanation, as an antidote to Buddhist ideas of a subtle self, reincarnating in and out of time. 

And for those who may be wondering, Dude had a significant impact on my decision to abandon many Buddhist teachings and my beginning to question many of it's core doctrines.

Its is my wish that this monologue makes you deeply uncomfortable with many of our contemporary beliefs and encourages you to explore the potential implications of Dude's explanation. The implications are far reaching and potentially relate to everything that we know as reality. 

This monologue might appeal to people with an interest in time travel, reincarnation, multiverses, the afterlife and the nature of the self. 

In the first section of today's monologue I give you an update on a new treatment option I'm considering for my tumours. So you'll have to skip to the 19 minute mark to hear about Dude's ideas. 
 
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