Roamcast #7: Who Feels It Knows It

Neil Kramer probes the sacred principles enmeshed in the fabric of everyday life. Inquire into the unconditioned, the uncensored, and the unchronicled, in this series of spoken word improvisational essays recorded live on location.

WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE. This episode features contemplations on: the threshold of civilization, politics is fiction, the affordable consent act, the inner work at the heart of the new tribe, illuminations in the emptiness, replacing democracy, the spirit of the Republic, testing freewill, Empire monitoring its property, does truth need defending, the pulse of life, the harmonious and disharmonious ideas of men, moving to the coast, kramer or baggins, connecting with the land, multi-dimensional will, the element of choice in life, creation is a process not a thing, working with clients, encounters with awesome random seniors in Phoenix, the nature of the roamcast, the voice vs the page, the immaculate physical immediacy of nature.

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