Neil Kramer probes the sacred principles enmeshed in the fabric of everyday life. Inquire into the unthinkable, the undefeated, and the unzipped, in this series of spoken word improvisational essays recorded live on location.
WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE. This episode features contemplations on: consciousness trapped in the past, sharing diaries, keeping evolution at bay, the dangerous moment, received pronunciation, regional dialects, honesty in language, humorous spirits, delusions of helplessness, popularism, rogue artists, Wikipedia, chronicles of unreality, objectivism, decree by commonality, perceptions overshadowing reality, factoring in esoteric knowledge, the substance of channeling, dodgy conduits, who is coming through?, collective imaginings, gauging attainment, mind then heart then will, on-going cultivation of discernment, levels of truth, golden age of learning, spirit of the Republic, governing from within.
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Correction. John Quincy Adams died in 1848, not 1846. He first suffered a partially paralyzing stroke in 1846, but recovered and returned to Congress. He died Feb 23rd 1848.