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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"So lucky so lucky. To have these conversations with you Thank you thank. That's how i feel too. We've got you have a. Can you talk a little bit about the course you have coming up and wonderful well. Here's the here's the amazing. Miraculous news is We have mike platforms called dom moon d. h. a. r. m. a. moon dot com. If you go there you can learn about what we're offering but we're trying to help with. I guess gradual training which at this point includes training teachers of mindfulness meditation. And hopefully doing a good job of that so that it's not just a kind of groping kind of approach towards communicating about. But something barely well trained in specific. So we have one hundred our mindless meditation teacher training. And there are free info sessions coming up for the first one is wednesday august twenty fifth If you go to Donahue dot com link is there and then if you go to garmin dot com slash info dash session. You can go right to it. It's free you can just come and find out about it. But so many of our friends that dunk lights. We call them have gone through this training. We have one going on right now. There's so many guides in it. And i told people we were going to be talking about enlightenment and i got like five. Emails will tell dunkin. Enlightenment might be this. It might be that so there's a. There's a nice community of dunk guides. That are part of the Part of the tradition of being trained as mindless teachers last. They're really good people. Don't they're really good people. I mean you really you. You really got some nice friends out there. And they are very sincere and they're kind of You know they have good discipline in general and they're not you know just going just spoonfeed me this and and they're really curious so the here you know i appreciate any any all. All duncan trussell. Friends are welcome dom dot com and come to find out what it's about off. This is clearly after year. This conversation i get to have these. I could just call of these not to brag but you should definitely take this course and david thank you so much for your time. It's just a real honor to get to work with you on his way. Thank you thank you dunkin. Say hi everybody out there and dunkin land. I will take care of yourselves everybody. That was david nick..

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And sound like kanye west even better to think it and become temporarily whoever i want wrapping whatever. I want an octopus in the creative. All that is the future. I'm i long for. But i just don't see how we get from here to there man. I don't see it. I just don't i maybe that. Maybe that's what's so exciting about trans humanism is. There's the acknowledgement of like. Yeah that hasn't appeared yet but it can. Is that the idea. I think it's a hope of something to move forward towards. Right and part of the you know i was really. I was really deep into transit. Ism when i i found it and then i kinda step back because i was like. This feels a little bit too utopian. Yeah it doesn't address the real issues. But i still hold deeply onto that a lot of the ideas because ultimately it is a form of humanism and i think what is so important to remember here is technology is not going to stop if it does. We've collapsed as a species. Right like civilization is basically apart and we have much bigger issues. But barring that apocalyptic scenario the reality is as technology progresses forward no matter what and so. What do you do if you stand against it. You're making a futile gesture to stop something. That can't be stopped right or you can get inside of it and you can try to nudge it. You can try to help. Steer it towards something that you find meaningful and and you know and truly humanistic so for me. My thing is let's get inside the technological and think about the ways in which it can be used to tilt the system in better directions and that means come in and that means having things like you know. Decentralized technology like artificial intelligence like robotics that take away some of these aspects of our civilization that are causing so many of the social issues and allows us time to actually focus on being more human and even studying technology right like if we teach artificial intelligence ethics. Was that was that we have to do. It means we have to decide what our ethics are right. You know what. I mean like as as we're forced to create intelligence in machines of this caliber and we see this future. We're going into. We have to think about what it means to be human even more deeply than we ever had to. I mean we have to think about it right. It's not it's not philosophers anymore sitting in the coroner who are kind of the interesting weird people on the fringe of society. It's like no. We need to answer this question because a robot is about to walk off the showroom floor and become a member of society. And i need to know it's not going to kill people. How would you answer the question. How do you answer the question. What question the ethics of ai. Like if you just like if you're first of all.

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

08:16 min | 3 months ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"That's the patriarch pluck. Today's guest is brilliant. He is an angel investor. He's a ceo. He's started massive massive companies and he's got a really wonderful podcast called below the line podcast and we are becoming really great friends. I'm excited to introduce you to him. He's like a wonderful example of the place where spirituality and business intersect and that is a real living thriving place that i completely resonate with. So get ready. If you want to connect him you can follow his podcast on twitter at go below the line or just follow him on twitter at james but shara check him out follow him. I listen to this episode. Everybody please welcome to the the brilliant. James bouchara james well to the d. h. i. I'm so thrilled that we are becoming friends I won't get into the details of how we met. But wow it's really super cool to know somebody like you. I've already just from like a few conversations of you like my life is getting better. You're like plugging me into things. That i'd never heard of before and the reason i'm really excited to have you on the podcast. Because i spend a lot of time having conversations with people about some pretty ethereal stuff some mystical stuff and spiritual stuff. But you are this amazing intersection. Between a lot of the spiritual stuff that i'm interested in and real world pragmatic entrepreneurial action and that's pretty cool to me. Because i think a lot of people think those do things don't necessarily intertwined will i. I am so excited to be well any any conversation with you. I'm excited to have Mike mike sonner or not so. I'm really excited in our first conversation with is telling you that That i see comedians. In general have this amazing ability to connect these disparate points and in beautiful hilarious ways. And it's such an awareness As well as the articulation of the the the observation of the comedians making that that is so beautiful. And you do that. Not only with hilarity But you also do philosophical viewpoints. So it's just so seemless and tanks and it's really beautiful to to listen to because it's like a good laugh you just never know when there's going to be some knowledge nuclear bomb that is dropped around the corner. So i i a man. I'm excited to To chat with you and he day of the week well thanks. You know. I gotta say you're the first person on this as far as i'm aware that spin in time magazine thirty under thirty year. You're you're this. Young like batman entrepreneur person. Who and i'm really interested in that. I'm really interested in the like what what do you think is the difference between you and all the other people out there who may be in the would like to like not have a boss would like to have their own business with like to start get their own thing going but they just don't do it. There's no way for me to to to really know to be honest. Or and certainly no way to. To concisely articulate. What is the thing. But i will say that the i i believe the real answer and this is actually somewhat dissatisfying for for a lot of people but i think of ultimately is enlightening as that. I remember hearing that. Yo yo ma said it takes three generations of families being serious about music to create a world class musician. Cool and so. It's not just the precocious thirteen year. Old saying i want to be a world class musician That that makes it happen. It's multiple generations but a today. The i think the Enlightening part but that's always dissatisfying dissatisfying. Because people want to and many ways. And i'll get to the reality of the story because it is so not a batman esque Story it's so not a thirty under thirty like had going on and still have it gone on type of type of story. Those i despise since i started a whole podcast of told me about to really unearth. The real stories of people yeah And and the real backstories but that that that articulation of of yo. Yo ma saying takes three generations of families being serious about music to to produce a world class musician. I think about that a lot in the sense that my great grandfather was an entrepreneur He started a general store hitchhiked his way from basically comes over from From lebanon and syria hitchhiked his way to a tiny town in oklahoma at sixteen years old. It's just jumping on trains. Get it you'll get an strangers trucks until he goes until there isn't a then he gets on a train that's going through oklahoma and he says himself i'm going to create a gonna go until there's a train stop. That doesn't have a general store. And then i'm gonna great general store. Wow and and that's i mean when i when i would hear that story of my greg i would just be blown away by this simplicity in the brilliance of that of all right i'm going to create general store but i'm going go with. There's no competition. I'm gonna stay on this train until there's a stop where there isn't a general store at sixteen. I mean this motherfucker was just He was you know it suck is if he was on the train with someone else with the same plan aright days that guy's structure looks a lot like my structure. Wait g. and like day seventeen. It's like finishing of the r. A. l. general. What not a store. Yeah exactly but oh please. Continue so then. My grandfather goes from a small general store then. He owned a flower shop next to it. My great grandfather. My grandfather moves from that tiny town haskell oklahoma to tulsa oklahoma and owns starts with a laundromat and then turns that into a few different laundromats. And then my dad ends up Running the the oldest recruiting firm in texas moves from oklahoma to texas and sets up shop in dallas in start to recruiting firm that he he builds out finding executives for companies and dallas. Just tends to do well and take off and your headquarters for a bunch of companies and so each generation is just taking a little bit further. So i think that that is dissatisfying people here because it's not the thing that can change your life on a tuesday to Write whatever version of success might be there but what easing lightning. And i think as i think about this so often as well a pastor in san francisco A church out..

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

06:16 min | 4 months ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Minute you. I'm working the i don't know i mean when you. Yeah we see the painting of a great artist and you can't literally say that painting is picasso but the energy of that artist is wrapped up in the work. And so when someone seeing you as a character. Yeah obviously it's not you but when they say i love you what they're talking about is like. I love that you were able to do that. That that is some you manifested that that came from you. And you know i i would be like i could see whenever i think like daniel like the great actors. I can see how it gets frustrating. Because there's a sense of like well that isn't me that's a character. I get it. But i don't know i feel like you're being i don't know people do but then i do understand how creepy it would get. It's like invasion of the body. Snatchers or something. It's that's what i'm saying. It's like it's a dream. It's like you know they talk about. Oh god it's one of the creepiest possible ways. The world could end that iran. Which is like. Hey i fuck some and it starts. Reconstructing things at the atomic level like it was designed to make paper clips but it doesn't stop making paper clips with the matter that it's was forging the paper clips from or whatever this theoretical nano bots warm. That was a making baber. Aac keeps going into the desk and then it goes into the building and then it goes into the earth and then the whole everything just turns into fucking paper clips and we're done in the most bizarre apocalypse ever. But that's kind of like the experience of someone where you're at. It's like everything your entire. Subjective experience reality is so on one level profoundly different for better for worse than most people who get know. Most people go to work or go to the grocery store. Someone came up ran up to them. Like i love you. They would be worried or to get psychological so here i am this nerdy kid Traumatized childhood of very poor. Mom took off when i was two years old A number of other things. I won't get into the gory details. But this insecure gawky kid who wants only one thing in life and that is to be loved to be adored and Navy worshiped and so become an actor. Because i can make people laugh and i'm goofy and i've got a big weird head and a long skinny neck and torso and and then i'm making them laugh. And i'm be pursuing acting and all of a sudden girls kind of like me. Because i'm like the funny guy and and then flash forward to people saying i love you. I love it it is. It's a really. It's a big. It's a deep by the deepfake. It's a deepfake mind. Fuck of colossal proportions. Where it's like wait a minute you mean. This need that. I've had since i was three to be like adored and paid attention to it's getting met but in this relief false way it has really. It's been it's been many long. It's been decades of therapy to help me around this. I bet i bet. I get it. I get it is not unnatural state and it's also it's like what are you gonna you complain about it because then you become a right now. There's people listening to really you know. Yeah yeah exactly. George clooney tehmina citizen. No one wants to hear an actor complain about anything and it's true bet especially fame but i think with your audience that will understand that. I'm not complaining. I it i i get to act in movies i get to be on. The duncan trussell family comedy hour. And i get to like travel the world and do just family our since anti-armenian along with duncan he did that. I didn't tonight. We'll take great. Show with the trippy With the guy from adventure time. Yeah my fans love. You rain view and i i'm not complaining. It's great and then i and win by the way when you interview young people they did an interview of of young people and they were like you know. What do you want more than anything else and people thought. Oh they're going to want money they're going to want this or that were popularity. They want sex appeal etc. They want fame young people more than anything else want fame but when you think about it. What fame does an sociologically speaking on some kind of ancient primal brain stem level. Is it gives you all of that because if you're famous even if you're weird looking like me you're like a sex symbol and you have money and you have popularity and your adored and people want to be like it. Meets all of those primal needs your food. You get your food and shelter and whatnot from faint. So it's checks all those but famous supposed to be like the biproduct of the thing that you do not supposed to be a goal in of itself. Those kids right. Just wanna be young miss. The would they mean by that. Is i want people to know who i am. And they don't really care how that happens. You know oftentimes. It's through some kind of social media debacle but that's that's what they think about. 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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

09:30 min | 4 months ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And it's weird where it's like. Manson went to hubbard really early on before was it was psychology and then there's another cold spawned off called the children and then that spawned off in. The sun is sam. So they're saying the son is. Sam murderer was just like yeah i mean i i was there but i do it and like it was like tons of people. Were doing the murderers and like and it was all fucking. It's like you. You know about that shit like a joke on the geragos talking about that like there was a thing in san francisco. They were fucking doing like lsd researching giving it to manson. So he was giving it to his people. It's also like m. k. ultra shit. It's it's all fucked up. So yeah it's very spooky to think about that stuff and for me. I dig it and i'm like i don't mind if you guys wanna play around. It's kind of weird. I don't know why you're doing it but the real question is why are you doing it. That's what creeps me out. Because i mean it doesn't bother me. I'm not like morally conflicted. I'm like yeah far out. Whatever like you wanna give some hippie semillas de in there some murders. i mean. it's like life isn't saying that can happen but why. Yeah you know what i'm saying. Well that's the that's the that's where it gets weird because you have this. There's one like i. If it's like one of the ideas i i like to think about is just the concept of law itself and At some point like there's the front stage which is what we're in where you have to hear the law. You have to and backstage. There's the i know someone here here is like always getting into trouble i think. It's like a constant stream of cop cars nearby studio. But the dea the backstage you know the back backstage we know which was been called the deep state long before that became cue and trump and got all the great conspiracy theories that got besides smith ed by that ship like ideas like somewhere. The laws don't exist anymore. It's just people who are a privileged beyond privileged just like the elite people who've managed to become heads of stations. And those people are the ones who say yeah. We'll see we're going to go murder the the messiah dude. Even though it's illegal to murder people we're going to do it because that's aren't we do that or allowed to murder and we're allowed to take your money we're allowed to like confiscate all your shit if you have the wrong thing and your house and we're allowed to you know we're allowed to do anything we want because we run the show and the problem is they've gotten better better better hiding so you don't really know you know who it is or where that is where and then when they start dripping. Lsd from behind that weird invisible. Img a ultra wall in this society and then it starts having all these bizarre effects. Yeah you just gotta ask yourself like how intentional was this. I thought they had some kind of awesome truth serum and then you know i got into the hands of artists and transform the world. And if you're gonna if you're gonna you know send lsd out into the world. You can only expect that. You're going to manson's yeah. Do the one the one thing that i would say that they probably wouldn't want to. I mean my only defense against myron single wise everyone waking up right now. It's like if they were to give everybody else. They would know that then we would see them. You know what. I mean like we would. We would break down all the shit and we would see them so that their intention for giving everybody else would not it. Just the we'd all get to to fucking smart we would. We would know what they were up to. It's almost like they probably wanting to Do what they're doing. If you get caught with a little bit of it like you go to jail for like ninety years or some shit. So i think that they keep it pretty close to the vest five year mandatory minimum. Jesus that doesn't they're starting to legal. I mean everything's getting everything's being legalized crazy thing. And so i don't know why don't you think phones or psychedelic kicked around that idea. Oh yeah dude. I mean it's funny. Like sometimes i'll look at my phone and i'll think it's been like minutes and it's been like two hours. I'm like this thing like sucks. You in and just fucking like hypnotizing. You and it's like it is psychedelic. Actually it's funny. You say that. I think that you might be kind of psychic. Because last night. I was driving on from an open mic with my girlfriend maxine and and i was looking at my phone and i was like. How the fuck does this thing work i was like how can i do this. How can i call someone. I'm like because all of the fucking stuff that made this phone came from the earth. I'm like how how and she was just like. I don't like to think about that kind of stuff and i was like. Yeah me neither. And i just looked out the window. You know what i mean. But it's like so. Yeah that thing is is like so scary. It's so fucking scary. I don't even. I don't know what is yeah. It's weird it's the weirdest thing ever. I can't figure out kayla okay. I'd see like a little little chips in the back of the phone. The wires and that. But i'm like the chip. What the fuck is that chip. So if you pull little green chip out of the back of your iphone you can't facetime in japan you put it back in you can. What does that ship. What the made out of green plastic and little what is even is that it can really get funny and it and possibly. Maybe i'm just like not you know. Not that intelligent was like technology. But let's all be honest man. I mean i think there's a lot of wood and rocks water on this earth. So who made that. Let's be real. I think we just don't look at these. Yeah that's something i read. We don't think about too much more. I mean it is a wonderful simple thing to point out which is like you know. It's not these things aren't normal like they didn't exist that long ago. They're completely new to the planet. They are a fusion of insane technologies and philosophies and You know the techniques of ecological manipulation developed by people over the last several hundred years mixed in with like. It's all of the insane. Like just basic optic technology in the fucking things. It's just the reservoir of human like cutting edge human advancement and we fucking just we'd love it and it makes our lives easier but god dammit you like at some point we have to start emitting that just because you're not putting it in your mouth or injecting in your arm doesn't mean it's not getting you high. It's a drug. I think that's the answer to what people are freaked out and seemingly on acid all the time. It's because they are. It just isn't as you put on your tongue. It's acid that is connected to microchips that are connected to such a weird array of revolutionary thinkers. You know what no matter what you think of silicone valley in like you know the people behind this shit like those people are wizards and They are getting as high as a kite on this stuff like we're completely. It's a hot when i'm playing a game on my phone or when i'm like looking at porn or when i'm looking at some horrible news i'm getting like it's most certainly a high but i think a lot of people aren't recognizing their blasted at that level. I mean no it is. It's like a. You're right i actually. I think that you might have cracked code right there. I think that it's fucking that's the fucking high. That's the new acid. That's why everyone's like a wake up. We're like whoa. What's going on. Because if i even think about this morning it was like yeah. I was like on instagram. And some guy was like like the explore page making a really great sandwich. You know i was like man you know. I'm hungry like beautiful sandwich. And i was like well a cruised over and then i was like you know and then i look at pornography just for a second because my girlfriend left the room and she was going to go and i just like so like i saw a sandwich i saw girl have x. And then you texted me. And i was like cool like my dopamine was just like fucking through the roof. I was like yeah. I'm doing the podcast porno sanchez. Like just like..

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Like everyone. I know that was like straight laced like two years ago. Now they're just like yeah man. This is probably a simulation in like. I think like god lives in my closet and like you know. My mom lives in the in the bowels of my shower and like i think maybe i'm god ready to die and i'm like i'm like aren't work at the bank. Like what the fuck you like. It's like i think every fucking going crazy. But i mean i remember. I did acid. When you're talking about how cartoonish ridiculous. And i'll do that just to join you in solid bain. All dude let's name is odd that fain of second. I only do bainer dude. I always standing outside a soda machine on acid. Just like lafayette it. I was like i put this in there. And then you give me a soda. It was the funniest fucking thing to me. That's not funny but yeah it. it really is though. It's like i put in a piece of paper and then a little can of like physi- sugar drink comes out. My hand grabs it me. This like highly developed fucking primate and i sip it down and i get a little russian. I'm happy and i walk away for some reason i was like there's nothing funnier than that and That doesn't make sense to people. Probably ever but. I think you could understand why that's hilarious. It's yeah well you know it's just it's it's you get this you realize like all the other things on top of things on top of things and of things that you have to believe in remember tip to make a soda machine work for you and then also preference you know like you. You gotta have you're going to some natural preference towards whatever the particular swell is that they're putting out into these machines so when you when you when like you start realizing like there's all these levels that have to be believed in for for for this shit to work and people are just starting to like you know like whatever we're just starting to think like you look at politicians i mean it's the most obvious trite thing to say but you look at most politicians and you realize like that's somebody playing a game like they're making money doing a job but do they really like are their hearts like bleeding for america. Do they really wake up in the morning. And say the pledge and think of the glory of our country even that's saying there's beaches probably not probably not maybe a few of them but more than likely most of them are like we're we're in it for the money and the power and so and then you look at like the same is true for the police in the same is true for all the bureaucratic systems you know more than likely that mitten the mythology of some noble government servant is just a myth. Aw who've got a job they kind of don't like and they don't really believe in it that much and at this point we're starting not believe in them that much and now we're getting into that awkward moment in any kind of like pedia sim in any kind of thing where you've been doing like weird authoritarian report where it's like you know. Yeah i think. I'm gonna to country needs to say we're like fatal bale behnam. We're sorry battle they know where you could take the suits off. We're done supreme court robes yup. We're gonna do a new one now. We're going to come up with another role play. We're going to remember. It's just a role play. That's that's indifference is wrong. Is the self realization that it is a role play. And i think that's what would make it make more sense because i think we're starting to realize that it is one but if we could be like hey. This was weird bay. Mull undone hurts. Stop it a new one and all be self aware that this is just a thing and we're going okay. We're just like on this planet. We don't really know what to do. Like we just wanna have sex and probably like eat meat and maybe some broccoli sleep seven hours you know. Maybe you know read play guitar like whatever just like pleasures and and you know sort be creatives but like let let's rebuild it and let's bullets be aware that this is just a thing. We've all agreed upon. We need some kind of structure so there's not complete chaos and anarchy right but like if we're on the same hand because we could be like. Hey brad like you know you're six for you probably have a big dick like you can run. This part's over. La like we like you like you can do that will let you do it bread. Yeah and brad. You should probably put on this weird yet cowboy hat because that makes me it makes you. Look more assertive. And then we all like dow down. Yeah when he when he rides his vespa down the street whatever the fuck he does But if we if self-aware. Brad i don't either you know what the thing is. If brad comes into power mia new. We're gonna fight him but it's taken everyone. Everyone named brackets bands. Bob boy brad on his fucking vesper fucking authoritarian brad with his big dick and fucking at fuck. You brad over brat. No overthrowing brad no. I'm just imagining that. There's a guy you listeners. There's a guy named brad with a big dick and a cowboy hat and he's just like oh man i like i really liked duncan trussell and noise. Like are you attacking me dude. I don't mean you brad. We're talking about a different brad. We're talking about the brad. That's an amalgam of all corrupt power structures. That got some unlikely fucking. I don't know the vested authority now. He's exploiting it in our fantasy right around his best but he's fbi tanker military jeep. Oh god well not so much. Funnier.

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:40 min | 4 months ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Born bunk as paul when he started his mother on the ut and people visit to inquire one other features. This sounds our swimming through this window. Mrs cardiology plan and all pokes drunk again. Caution hear the wailing while by midnight lucien dollars and so that was all this infinite immaterial ash warming and on lighten brains and the silence. Tallying are endless air and still use negative lying to hear what you say. The diming voting town align fact match the silver swallow being in a simple and at night year as the square white light from your country and coyote wound up the existing team just to pass the time away and meanwhile timeless to the end of the last night year afternoon where we talked so sound own. Don drink his beer drinkers. Children's is a welcome to the dt f h pows that if you don't already know. His jet care wack reading lucien midnight one of my favorite poems out there and now that i'm halfway through my life at least i can actually like freely. Say i love jack heroin. I went through a period. Where i was doing that thing. Maybe you do it where you're like that's for college kids and then i realized that i haven't read a book since college so college. Kids are actually more advanced than i am and that you know to say like what that was is it. College is like implying that like now somehow sophisticated. I'm sitting here like staring at like twitter for two hours three eight. Oh yeah that's for college kids. And now i look at twitter but anyway now i'm old enough. Where it's fucking love kerouac. I don't know why i. I was trying to be cool by expressing some kind of like pseudo sophisticated attitude towards one of the great american poets and recently i dived back in two zero ac vortex for to seize. I'm not sure. I wanna vote of war to seize and i love listening to him read his poetry. It's just so cruel and If you haven't taken if you haven't revisited the great karaoke. I think you should and the reason i'm playing it by the way is because today's guest and i started up a friendship and Somewhere along the lines. He invited me to actually read. A never before. Heard kerouac poem for this. Upcoming alleys doing the carolina's state. It was a huge honor for me. I mean it's goosebumps level. Holy shit are you kidding me. Of course i would do that. Oh my god but you know we're we're we we we talk now and i have great conversations with him The the my favorite kinds of conversations that veer wildly between deep like heavy metaphysical concepts and death and loss depression till like hilarious. Just ridiculous ridiculous like thinking about like long conversations about potential like into the potential damage that could come from like stand standing up sex till the older. You get how dangerous that becomes. Look if you were there. You would've liked hearing us talk about that anyway. At some point the thought sparkled in my dim. Mind that what am i doing. I mean these great conversations and not recording them. And so chris mansfield was kind enough to come on the podcast. You probably know. Chris mansfield from his awesome band fences. Check it out. They've got incredible catalogue of really beautiful music. And i hope you'll you'll give him a lesson. I'd put it on here. But i don't wanna like trigger some kind of thing you know the the trigger bought but i hope you'll look up his music. We had a wonderful conversation. We're going to jump right into it..

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Duncan Trussell Family Hour

14:36 min | 2 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"What's your defense techniques and that is the thing I'm just learning now which I find doc vacillating is this undefended heart concept being attributed with the that's a warrior is hold on for one second who cares about a little mark in Tokyo embarking on every point okay here the the the so the Association of this undefended heart or this supreme vulnerability with a warrior that a warrior is someone whose whose heart has become completely open to the reality of existence itself which is on one level heartbreaking and but you have to go through the heartbreak to get to that love part? You don't get to have the love before right. You have to feel that whatever you WANNA call there's heartbreak. There's delight. There's ecstasy. There's agony it's it's you no the hundred thousand beautiful visions and the hundred thousand horrible right right but these were. I think I understand what you're saying. When you say the undefended hard it's it just letting that truly be as it is right now with whoever you're with and you're not trying to paint it coverage and that is an incredibly vulnerable position to be in is untenable a lot of people but it's only untenable? If if you're coming from the place that we identify all of us which is our mind ego the I I'm going to do this. I'm thinking that whatever from if feud coming from that place you're lost we are lost and the that's what becoming nobody really means it means. You realize this and you're gonNA okay. I just want to get my identification out of that story that me into something. That's a little bit more universal. It's not just me I know I'm connected to a certainly the people that are around me and my friends and loved ones and families and Co workers and so on and then I kind of I kind of get that yeah I think I'll go for it because it's is too painful to come from this other place yeah and you and judging myself and the kinds of things we do to ourselves cells which is way worse than anybody can do to us from the outside right so you start to do that process. What do you do? It's like you're the best last example how how many times when we first met meditation not really good at all at least thoughts are coming all the time and I keep following them. It drives me crazy and then it's boring as hell yeah. Also you know it's just in now all the way to what five years later still board you're still board but here you are working with David David Nick turn and Brunello it's wonderful and yes and it is and I think that's kind of a really exciting and that this is one of the possibilities he's in an incarnation. Is that you can't. This is what's so wonderful. Enjoy full about which any of these paths is that you you enter into them. Initially with some skepticism some maybe massive skepticism I rolls and fuck this hippie. Shed head or a bunch of bullshit or here. We go again with these nonsense but I'm going to well. Let's just see what it is like that. We'll just see and then something it does start changing in a way it's different from like the normal way things might change in your life and for me. It's always kind of like the sense of I o Holy Shit what this thing is that were in is so vast and so for me unknowable that it's like realizing my God. I'm still in an egg. There were like our identities are like eggs eggs or something. We're like we're we're just stating inside this like psychic shell called us and then that Shell breaks one way or the other dies it gets crash forming it gets transformed and then in the implication being in the same way like you see a little egg and then you see the bird. It's that big a difference difference and I think when you're on an overnight nearly Baba you're seeing this bird. You're seeing this hatched thing that is speaking for this fastness and being kind enough to translate for you fastness in a way that makes it workable but I think back to me. This is what's so cool about your store with Rhonda's that I think about is sorry. I'm rambling a little bit here but I was talking to a friend of mine and he was saying then he was out on a date and he and his date were having a conversation about how they didn't think they were gonNA have children and and they laughed and it gave me like toasted that right and I said I did that toast. I know that dosed I know that thing when my mind were that I'll never have children and then I met Aaron and it was like dipping my toe into one of those raging rivers and you think think it's not that powerful images sucks you in and that's what happened to you. It seems like with Rhonda's you got. CD but to me that's what's so cool about being alive is that you can one day. You're just going through your life. You're at a radio station. You're into sports. You're fucking looking cool. You're going to see amazing shows. I'm guessing you were taking some acid back then just having a cool line and then the next thing you know you're you're being sucked into India into this crazy crazy experience that to this day you think about every single day you got pulled out to sea man. That's what happened. Yeah and you know I was really really miserable before that I mean as as a teenager and into my well this all happened to me in my early twenties so up to that point it was awful I mean family was tyrannical father mother who wasn't well and and you know upwardly middle-class upwardly mobile kind of lifestyle in Montreal which was freezing was killing me everytime take yeah I was pretty miserable where you angry really angry miserable yeah and you and I have talked about that as being and sort of the hallmark of what we're dealing with the centrally on a day-to-day basis yeah many people are and that's that's why so the flip got switched yeah as soon as I met him and then I knew okay acquisitions asa says it best list after I met Ramdas. I knew that Shit was real yeah because somebody was actually living yeah right. So then I had had great confidence. I could let go a little bit. I'm just GONNA follow this. You know and that's what that's intuition right. That's a huge ass. This thing intuition intuition can lead to real trust in the deepest part of what's going on with us yeah and it can really help us. It's a fork fork in the road of depending on that I that story we tell ourselves about who we are what we like what we don't like all of it that you know everyone gets that little sudden switch in big. Gosh comes in your light like you. You said with Aaron Right. You knew totally in that moment that was going to happen yeah. You may have fathered a little bit more but you know yeah yeah do and it happened yeah and so yeah right right. You connected really it's to me. It's a big deal because as I said connecting with intuition wition starts to lessen the pendants you have on the me okay. I'm going to get this right. I'm GONNA do it. I'm going to do this. I'm going to to do that if I don't do that. Then I'm going to write and suddenly there's a little shift over to take a breath here sure yeah I have a real feeling. Suddenly you're getting more inside of feeling and less inside a the intellect is do this. I think one of the problems I have with intuition is when is it intuition. When is it impulsiveness? When is it intuition? One is laziness when is an intuition. When is it good very good very good? I'm thinking I'm just thinking about myself because I think the exact same stop this bullshit. Your fucking can projecting to get what you think you want it. I mean I just went through. You know we were discussing before we got live a major transition and and and I said to you in the deepest part of myself. I really feel like I've done the right thing yeah and at the same time I'm still having lots lots of guilt recrimination all that stuff I you know I could've done something different in this situation and yet in the deepest part of me so you trust I really I trust that deeper part of me and I'm allowing that I I have this stuff going on negative thoughts going on and I'm I embrace them the best I can and and then I I'm trusting in and the Universe is GonNa take care. It takes care of us. What are you want to call it? The Guru you want to call it the Universal Intelligence the boundless undefended heart guy a Gal who whatever it is. There's not a thing it's beyond you know it's not it's absolutely non on dual. It is nothing you can talk about. It is ineffable. Whatever you want a COUPLA like calling? It's nice to call something so I've got the unbounded undefended heart yes. I loved intelligence wisdom intelligence so ability so you you gotta you know you end up. What are you gonNA? Do you trust more of that. which you do get on a daily basis? There's many different things that happen in life that really really support your who you are as a kind compassionate loving giving a shit about other people being yeah. I mean all the time. Do you want to trust that or do you WanNa trust the I that in the movie Ramda's says when is what you want enough it was just it was so funny just talking to a friend of mine and he he was saying that to me not about me but him because you know he's like doc doing great and he's he in his mind. It occurred to him okay. When what do I what what am I looking for here? I've gotten so much more than what any most people will ever see on the planet and yet there's still the drive. There's still the ambition there's still like thing that many of us feel even though we can just be sitting in the wreckage inch of your life caused by work all ISM or whatever and you haven't gotten around the corner that the thing you keep keep turning the corner of success and every time you turn it. You realize it's further down. It's further down and then this this. I don't know what you call Harlot. This hurt well. It's I know you call it. It's the heart path and the crazy little experiments so you can do in this kind of intuition which Hey. I like what well it's your for me. It means like doc having to initially crew construct a kind of I guess yes you could say crutch. I build a temporary trellis Serb place that I can well. It's like the baby. The baby needs like right now. We have things where the baby can push up on. You know the baby has to he he's learning how to like like push up so we need things at his level so he could pull up and push up on it and said some one of his great toys. It's also to push up on. It's a temporary thing he'll be walking soon enough but this temporary intermediary devices really good so I have to build that for myself so I I haven't thinking a lot about their own. Dos movie particularly the and what we talked about at the time becoming nobody. I think that's a little bit of confusing way to describe it but for me. It's like okay wait a second. This is a very.

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Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Don't know. Maybe like it's kind of like, listen, yes. But don't tell me into fucking game of thrones. I wanna watch the whole thing. So the love thing, give me a break. People came here, not to be to find that on their own. They don't need you to say, but I'm not I do think that, that is pretty much it it's pretty much it. I mean, it sounds like it's kind of boring because, like we've heard it before or something, but it's like, but actually, like, it's, it's something that you have to experience for yourself like it doesn't work for me. Anyway, to just like sit in a room and have somebody like tell me to love more. Unlike its have to go through the waves of like my own self created suffering till like arrive again. And again, to be like, coughed up on the beach of love like by the turbulent, ocean of my own suffering. And again, it's just like oh, yeah. Gasping. Prayer. It's just. You get sucked back into the ocean wail eats. You. We're going back. It's about money. Well. Yes. And but here's the thing, this is the beauty of it all is. It's like the whole thing if there really were some kind of like intent to set up a hypnotic grid of narcissism, the grid is easily hacked. Meaning okay. Well, we got a revise the terminology, you know, which is like, okay, the love thing. It's a little confusing. No. It is pretty much like the, to me the most simple. I mean it's like for me my, my son. It's like I look at my son, and I feel completely. Connected to the fundamental goodness of the universe. And also simultaneously, deeply inspired to be a better person and to by that, I mean to stop poisoning myself as much as possible, and to stop hurting people around me and then to make my family. The, my home is sacred space. Cheesy way, I think about that all the time with, like having a baby. Like I the biggest reason that I would want to have a baby is just to have like a really intense motivator.

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"You know, an annihilated really feel this. But I'm within the perspective. It's not that at all. It's sort of like the way we hold ourselves storyteller. Who we are the conceptualization we have. That's what's wrong. So we consider ourselves very separate. We consider ourselves really isolated. We consider ourselves all powerful. In though, we meet the evidence moment after moment. I couldn't decide what to have it just came. I couldn't keep sleeping Sabet couldn't send of you've grieved enough done or you'll never rate again. But we we believe that we should be in control because that's what we're taught reinforceable time. So we end to see the self as solitary as in control as disconnected like independent disconnected, and what the whole spiritual path ultimately comes to is seeing a having a sense of self that's more intertwined or it's about inter being. So it doesn't negate the visually which was people. Forget about like people say, well, if there's no south omega walk out of the room. The ideas is never been styles. Is that old way holding it? So you walked into their able to walk out. Pointed randomly someone with his south echinacea's, not by taxes. Yeah, we're individual. And yet. We are also connected. So common example would be like if you go at you look at tree the tree is there. It's like entity in. That's true was also treat and sensing the soil, which is nourishing everything that affects that so mile which means like rainfall and everything the the rainfall, which we now knows vast. Expansive things, you know, the sun might the moonlight quality of the air who planted the TRAN you get to see the tree as a network of relationship. That though support it's a pattern of life coming together right there. So it's tree on one level. Another level is network in. That's true must as well. So warm more over time that interconnection is the opposite of the kind of oldie, go it Stalin Terry idea of south, but we tend to fear that the opposite of that idea is like a black. You know that either real become a soup is now individuality or we just killed ourselves. In some way, it's not that appealing the important types stand at and to look at things in the light of interconnection. The Vietnamese zen master technology. Does this exercise to the excise we've Cobra string bean and say nasty the world? Thinking about the sun, you know, at home, you know, everything that is happening in that streaming so back connections that relationship. Why? Is something that is so obvious that it's been scientifically verified that everybody kind of knows on intellectual level. Why is something like that? A thing we have to learn and not a thing that we just naturally are are human beings is a species malfunctioning, or is are we are we malfunctioning or is it just that we are sort of slowly growing into? A different identity than the one that we currently seemed to be stuck in in in. Its does seem like that fixation is somewhat catastrophic right now. Lissa? Very interesting question. Of course, it's much nicer Grigoriants, isn't it? Yes. Earth so much. I think that like now. Okay. Me too. I mean, I don't really know. Why difficulty also had a teacher? India who very much trying to help us move from only asking why to just say what what's happening right now is nothing never ask why? But we're fixated on that. And his point was that. If you're asking why you're always gonna involve a belief system between someone else's vision of what's true, and it will be different. If you say, why am I experiencing this to union therapist? They might have one response..

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Duncan Trussell Family Hour

14:39 min | 2 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"What what is going on that when it goes into able to knit sounds completely different? Or there's a it's missing something. And then I realized like, oh, you dope. What's happening is? You're playing it from your speakers, and the speakers or reflecting off the walls, and that's producing a sound that you can't capture through the line because it's coming through or at least, I'm not I don't know what technique to capture the reverse could record through the Mike. You could record it to the Mike. And then maybe blend the two together because the micro he's out you could do anything. Right. That's other. The fun part. Is that you could do that. I was I was thinking man my dad just Christmas. He gave me this little. He said is waterproof. This little little bluetooth speaker thing. I want to record take Mike into the bathroom. And have a part of my song drop into the tub, and that's a filter. You know record that with a Mike. Yeah. On do that that element of it. Yeah. Yeah. So what we've done. I have a side project called Gucci men with space Jesus now, and we recorded the sound of the sub. My studio in Oakland a couple years ago when we wrote this song we were noticing when the sub head a certain note. It would rattle whatever part of the wall or something. And we're like, oh, that's that's hot. So we took them took a Mike and recorded that and brought that back into the song cut out the low end from that. So it's not interfering with anything else. It's just the high kind of rattle, but its resonant frequency resonating from the original sub. Yeah. And then the sub sound maybe we'll cut out a little too. Highs layer layer them. So it'd be like that's organic sounding. Yes, that that's other quality of this staff is like suddenly realize like or one of the things that's taught me to qualities. I want to bring up one is that just the practice of making music on this has been transformative because it's taught me a lot of other Phyllis. You got into this. I've been listening to your podcasts for a while. I was listening before you really got into able to and this stuff that alignment love with. Let's play a little music recording our conversation. I make. You could come over here. I'll just get the Mike. We'll switch. Do you have do? You have vocal. Do you have Okla facts setup. Or is that kind of something you'd have to vocal effects like I can easily set it up for us. I would have to. Yeah. It would take like ten seconds. Basically, what could happen is? I could sit there because there's only room for one person in this thing. And then you could just fiddle around with if you wanted to I'll fiddle I'll tell you what I'm telling you right now, you know, more than I do about your system. That's the, but yeah, exactly. That's the thing. It's like not in a weird way. The more. I learned the more. I wish I didn't know 'cause there's something about the chaos factor that I really like my producer body was talking about how he especially we can't really like enjoy music. We can't really live sit and listen to music like a lot of people would just like kinda jaded and tainted by the industry, but in terms of like trying to analyze every single thing we hear like, oh, how could I make that? Yeah. Right. Yeah. I've reverse engineering star to ruin being a fan. Listen to the little pieces in you're like, oh, okay. I think I kind of understand what they're doing to make that sound. But for you, it must be more precise. You know, what let's take a break. I'm like set this up. So you can like get out show. You a little bit about the how this system cool works. And then we'll just talk all you make if you don't mind. No. That sounds really fun. No, let's do it. This is. <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? Consume. <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>? <music>?

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Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Yeah. It's cool. Thanks, so detailed your music's really interesting to me because of its complexity I don't understand it. There seems to be so many weird levels to it. Sometimes when I listen to it. I think where is he drawing it from? I don't understand because it's got this mathematical precision to it that is also incredibly psychedelic. But then also seems to show that you are are you just constantly listening to music is that what you do not even I like, I I wish I was I I don't listen to music. Probably listen, I listen to a lot of my friends music and stuff like that. That. But. I'm mostly just kind of making my own stuff in tinkering around. Yeah. I I love have always loved the idea of a listener being able to listen back infinite amount of times and get something new, and, you know, have so many layers, but peel back so many layers and just have something fresh for the listener every time because every second you're new every. Millisecond? You're a new person every time. So that what you're you're sort of like, are you? What's the process? Are you hearing? How would you even hear that step? I don't understand. I guess where I'm forgiving. I'm just a complete new when it comes to the stuff. I have sent this. You're not you're not a listened to the stuff you've been making on the fogcast. It's amazing. Well, my process is just more like a ham radio operator. If I get enough chaos going with the Senate sizes, and I have a mild understanding of like how how some of the stuff works, then I can kind of zoom in on something, but mostly it's just more of a kind of tuning in than intentional production. Whereas with your stuff, it just seems way too precise. I don't know what I'm doing. I'm doing the same thing. I'm a I'm throwing spaghetti at all as well. It's just like, I don't know. I don't have much classical training at all. I mean, my dad taught me some drums stuff, and I went to head school band and stuff, but never anything too in depth. It's just having fun with it. You know, what was your first contact with technology like with the technology to start making those kinds of this kind of music. Well, let's see I've played in a handful of bands in high school and. One point. I was like it's it was really hard to keep everyone together and all the drama and everything like that with more than one person. Sure. So. Deciding to delve into something that you could control. Everything was great great fun. So the. I guess man. I don't know how maybe twelve or thirteen. I kinda my dad had Q base. Cool. And I was using that to records and stuff. And then when I was fourteen I remember that was the year, my friend, my friend's older brother pirated, F L studio fruity loops and. Showed me that. And I was like oh step sequencer. I can lay out kicks and snares in a time based grid which is similar to you know, writing notes. I mean, it's writing notes it's the modern way of writing notes like sheet music, but. Anyway, that was mind blowing. I was like holy crap. And being a drummer from the get-go it was like, oh, yes. That's that's fun. So so for two thousand four I was fourteen years old, and that's basically it and then just kept tinkering around and having fun. Eventually put my music on the internet on soundcloud, and all the sudden I was getting flown to more shows and getting paid for that stuff. More than my day job at a movie theater. How are you a year? That's young. How young were you? And he started doing like flying shows. Let's see I guess probably nineteen or twenty because I remember being under twenty one for a couple of a couple years where? Who were just talking about this where they they made me sit in Chico, California. They made me sit on the stage at eight nineteen or twenty the whole show leading up to my set. And I was such a youngster little kind of spiting that I was promoted to sneak me some whiskey and water bottle during my set, and I just got really drunk and had a lot of fun. Young kid. But anyway, that that's probably around that Asia. That's young to be doing live shows and doing like doing that especially in that kind of environment..

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Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Next time he does that thing. Definitely. And by then the water dot cold again. Now you heat it up. And so now we have what's functioning year as we are having a sense of fuck. I wanna kill Terry aggressip. Yes. What's happening is? I want the water to be hotter desire. What's happening is the water is too cold aversion? And so this is I think what. Within the package of the cause of suffering is attachment. And but within that, I think are these three kind of never ending. We either don't wanna be where we are. Right. We wanna be somewhere else which pretty much same thing when we're somewhere else. We can't really be there because we're fucking pissed off about something up. And so that is the second part, which brings me to where my question originally was that's where I was heading we third apart. Right. The whole idea that in order to stop suffering, you stop, and again, depending on the thrones Leyshon dirt desire or you cut. The Dutchman your desires over that. Which if you tell me less in attachment makes your life, but I get it again self evidence right is like if you are if your happiness is constantly dependent on reality catered into your expectations. Good luck. Because a lot of the times is not gonna work out. Way. Right. Plenty of times the universe is now going to leave what you wish. So he for gained a less. You get that scenario yourself fitting. Well, good luck because they're going to be suffering ninety percent of the time. But okay. So I get than but the idea of like extinguishing like every north management every no out spatial in light of where we started. You know, you have a baby. Of course, you have touch shirts. No, nobody can tell you these babies like any other bear. Yeah. Of course, you're going to have a she told AFP attachment that just a given. That's like not even out do you recruit cyanide that I'll be reconciled those to us the federal one ended his ability them to the ideals that I send in touch -ment, by the way, normally the Buddhist third aspect is phrase of like the extinguishing of attachment versus the reality of Fayette. I just had a baby my father. I mean. On the bone for days. I'm so happy is the coolest thing ever. How to seeings? I guess he's like out does love superior intense extreme love can go in your life, handy nine the weeds discounts of less than enor- extinguishing attachment. Okay. That's great. So I think that that extinguishing maybe as a good word for it. And I think probably. Get into that concept may be the fourth short noble truth has to sort of get thrown him because a fourth truth is is the process of our lives get happen. And within that process is. An invitation. I guess you could say to experienced truth reality itself. What what are you? What is reality itself? What's happening here for reels? And so that maybe the idea would be that. By understanding reality as it is. Or this thing having a true experience of reality. This other stuff might naturally be extinguished. Do you know what I'm saying that there might be a kind of like in other words? It's kind of like, oh my God. I'm stuck in this tiny little room, and it sucks. I don't like it in this little room. This little room was do small for me. This is the identity. This is the focus on the self. This is the concept of this is me. This is me. I'm body. I'm a self consciousness. I have my predilections. I things I like things. I don't like. And this is me and within that. Of course, there can only be disappointment infinite endless disappointment, your food doesn't taste quite.

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Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"And thou half tuned in to the Duncan trussell family, our podcast and enclave auditory or Gaz Mik expulsions. I'm now officially a dad and this is now officially a family. Our not that it wasn't before. But it's a family hour on every level. I have spawned. I have reproduced. I have experienced the miracle of life, and it really is a miracle. It truly is. It's just what all the stuff you year. That's it. It's truly one of the most spectacular. The most spectacular experience of my life, kind of simultaneous death of a certain part of myself, an instantaneous rebirth, a strange form of confirmation of some theories that I had mixed. In with a ton. A billion tons a megaton something beyond tonnage, the source of all tons of pure ego. Demolishing you didn't know shit, man. Of course, that's not how it talks. It doesn't talk like someone ear beating you about ancient aliens at some rotten keggers, it talks in the language of flowers and the wind and a forest and of waterfalls and of the thing behind forests in wins. And waterfalls it talks like whatever it is. That gold is reflecting it talks like the source of sources, and it has a wonderful thing that it says, do you accept the language that it speaks in the language the angels, speak and the simultaneously beautiful yet somewhat frustrating about this particular languages that the moment you remember how to speak. It you instantaneously forget it because it. Only happens in the moment. And so in that way, it is somehow incredibly beautiful and yet somehow completely normal and truly transformative and the ultimate way. And also, it's scary as hell, and it is also incredibly. Stressful and man, we're exhausted right now, we're tired. We're tired this little boy. He's so wonderful. But you you just you see there's not like the normal kind of sleep is not happening right now. One of my friends explained it to me the way you described it to me is like, well, you know, you've been burning man's, you know, what it's like did not sleep in the normal way. It's like that your your sleep cycles. Just whatever that was or whatever the sort of rhythm of normal day to day life, it that's that goes away, and you end up in this kind of very interesting primordial process that is just on Spiring, I filled with so many incredible components in little it's just I don't know how to describe imagine. Like if the whole universe suddenly became like, a some kind. Of pouch filled with diamonds that have been harvested by. Meteorite that was made of love. That's that helps you understand what it's like to see your son. And then your son looks like your mom who passed and then you just have to start crying. Because what else are you going to do? It's either Cryer start speaking in tongues in the delivery room, which you definitely don't want to do. I mean, you could do it at the hospital. We were at they. I don't think they would have minded, but. I'm probably they've seen it before. But you don't want to. You don't wanna do that? Because you drowned out your baby who is speaking in tongues. He speaking in the primary language, which is the sound children. Make the moment they enter into this dimension and start crying. And that is not the kind of cry that I thought it was before experienced it. It is a truly beautiful cry. The sweetest sound you ever heard and your whole life, and I could go I could probably keep doing. I could go on and on like this for probably. Two days straight just making strange. Psychedelic analogies to describe the experience, and it still wouldn't help. If if you haven't been there, and I'm not saying, you go there, necessarily, this isn't like some kind of like, we're not talking about just like a this isn't a amusement park ride. Oh my God. I certainly was would never have been a quipped for it. In different versions of me. But and I don't know if anyone could ever actually be equipped for it in any version of themselves because I don't think anyone can do it on their own it requires community and help and surrender. And God and gurus, and whatever your particular source connection is all that stuff. Man there. The rubbers really hitting the road here sweeties and so. Don't worry. I'm not going to go on and on about fatherhood at the beginning of every one of these episodes..

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"But it because it's so it is truly elemental is I think you could say just in terms of like. Obviously, we are not this. But your gold and another way to put that might be your fundamentally good, but only because everyone kind of Buddha mind, I'm thinking like immediately. So let him mental good fundamental independent, but good is confusing. Confusing. So I think it's like it's better to like actually use a kind of like something that clearly is like of no real value. But is it just as a little tool or crutch, imagine, this your gold, your made of gold, your what you are? And what things are and what everything is is gold. It's the most beautiful incredible reflective thing ever. It is the source of home. It's with that that from which all homes have derived from it's the source of mother. It's the source of father, but not father and mother that have been caught by their own sort of karmic predicament, but the precursor father mother state the place where you see skin to skin. The mother holding the baby to her breast that that is fundamentally good in that that is what you are. So that would be one way to say, it is gold your gold go that's one of the things. Okay. You're golden. Yes. Good. It's a little bit of a problem in India and the Hindu thing because they they talk about the two things that you get caught in immediately. They always talk about women in gold talking about me too movement women and goal. They don't mean women. They mean. Greed for desire and also that whole system is like stems from kind of patriarchal. So they're gonna there's always that kind of like ridiculous misogynistic insanity is going to spring up. But I think how about this thin gold. Let's put it this way gold in this realm. The thing we call gold is a mirror, and it's reflecting something. And the thing is it's reflecting his what you are. And anytime you've encountered a thing whether it's John Coltrane, whether it's something as simple as a sunrise. Whether it's the that moment of complete an absolute forgiveness of yourself that happens.

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"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"duncan trussell" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"So without further ado, please welcome to the Duncan trussell family, our podcast, Ragu, Marcus. Well, come. Well. Well, Kamala you glad you is. Shay Hanes Nonni TV Lou. Well, come to you. It's the Duncan trussell family. Our podcast. Now. Rugged welcome back to the Doug trestle family. Our? Wow, this is so futuristic. I can't believe that. We're filming this this is so great. I love the background. You've got going. Hopefully, folks, you can you'll put this up somewhere where people can see the undulate you've gotten the test. Can you turn a little bit away? Sorry. I'm always blocking the Mondelez mind gun. What is it by the way? I think that is the college shocker Malo. Chalk I was gonna say that because I've been to his holiness Dalai lamas. Call a choucroute twice actually, really Dharmsala. No in Toronto. And in Washington. Oh, I thought it only happened in Dharamsala. And I thought it only happen once every few years. No. He does it all over the world. I'm trying to get myself situated. Yeah. He does it all over the world. Can you anyhow what is the college? Akra. Are you kidding? I just want to hear you describe it. No. There's no way. I've got no intellect. No mind. No, nothing. I'm useless. That's why I'm I came from, you know, the whole buck de thing the dualistic buck thing. No, I could never really get that, especially. In my current state Gunda had someone someone kicks your door down at some horrible person has a weapon holds it to your head and says tell me what is the collared chucker Mangala. What would you say? I'd say, I don't I don't know. I was there. But, but you know, you know, the book the art of motorcycle maintenance. Yes. Zenon Artem Ozer. Suddenly art of motorcycle maintenance. Okay. So there are two kinds of people. Right. One of them like sees a motorcycle and goes in there and takes it apart and puts it back together. Right. That's their thing. And that's how they become one with the motorcycle. Yes. And then there's other people who walk and see them on motorcycle in. It's all it's Harley glory. Yes. And you go. Oh god. And you just like blend in with the molecular structure through your soul. Yeah. Okay. So those are the two kinds of characters in this book. Yeah. Yeah. I'm I'm the ladder one. So I would tell people, you know, it's useless for me to try and go to an into an explanation of the collar Chalker when you can easily get that. From. From your new teacher, for instance. He would know David Nick, Aaron we'll have this David. Yes. So I wouldn't even go there. But I like, let's talk I want to talk about that for a second. Because I think it does blend in with with what we want to talk about today or what we were planning on talking about. Anyway. This. This. I guess you could you could say this is to this division. This sort of like. Overlay is something that comes up a lot in spiritual conversations and in the broadest of strokes. We have on one side the boxy as it's called or the sort of loving relationship with truth God and on the other side, we have this sort of deconstruction of reality. And I was just reading about this in the bag of Akita as it is just a day or two ago. I just opened it up on his reading and probably was saying that. One one is the body is watering the roots of the tree if you water the roots of the tree everything else is taking care of. And this other form, my Avadanei or this sort of deconstruction of our essential nature. It does the exact same thing. But the process is more complex like what you're saying. It's a it's an it's a complex process. But both reached the same point is what was. What he was saying is that the ultimately this identical place is you will inevitably run into God. Whether you're doing some kind of very lofty intellectual deconstruction of reality. Whether you're doing some meditative process that involves the dissolution of the identity or whether you're sitting at the foot of a deity or guru. Earn awake in being all every all all roads lead to Rome so to speak. Do you have any thoughts on that yet? You know, what I got an Email today from somebody who just listened to a podcast on mind ruling with the Buddhist teacher named tiny, Sarah who's credible..

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