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"Unlike a drop of water which loses its identity when it joins the ocean, man does not lose his being in the society in which he lives. Man's life is independent. He is born not for the development of the society alone, but for the development of his self." B. R. Ambedkar
We look at the state of civilization that we are in and we can't comprehend the true undertaking it is to become a successful human being. Just looking at the inner state of health, our food choices are made through taste and not nutritional benefit, our lives are guided through what idols say and do, TV is scripted to keep you hooked for long periods of hours, our dopamine hits are instantaneous through the likes of social media.
We always seem to get caught up in this bullshit through life, never really being at our utmost best. We are stuck in this desire vs need mindset, in which we need a healthy mind body and soul connection but desire, bad food, bad social conditioning and ultimately bad physically and mentally.
We are scared of the true willingness it is to undertake a project such as yourself. It's hard to look at yourself in the deep honest core that is your sense of identity and ask honestly of the question what do I truly desire, and Have I got what it takes. This episode is about understanding that void in civilization, understanding the deep meaningful impact each and every decision makes on your mind.
Jason Porthouse is a power house of a guest and one which opens our ideas of society and makes us question who and what we are, in this fear based society.
Jason is a longstanding part of the Glastonbury Symposium team. By day, he’s an award-winning editor working in TV production, cutting documentaries and programmes for worldwide audiences. By night he has a keen interest in the metaphysical world, and how we as humans relate to it – and, by extension, to one another. He resides in the West Country where he nurtures his slightly obsessive collection of vinyl and his beloved Harley Davidson.
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