Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Terrence McKenna - We are the Generation Responsible

Here's a great clip from Terrence McKenna on psychedelics, the psychedelic community, government control and oppression.

Monday, July 12, 2010

A World Where Anything is Possible

A nice little bit of Matrix mixed with Native American wisdom and David Icke's ayahuasca experience.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

The Secret to Happiness

This is a nice video about one man's secret to happiness: following the soul, not the mind, at every moment. For more great videos check out his channel StreetMUNKdotCOM

Monday, July 5, 2010

Bruce Lee - Commentaries on the Martial Way

All knowledge ultimately means self knowledge, said Lee in an interview. For Lee, to be a martial artist means also to be an artist of life. In Lee's pursuit of personal perfection, he walked a life of deep philosophy that urged him to seek answers and improvement. Bruce Lee was perhaps the best martial artist because he made himself that way, because he sought answers and resolutions. What set him apart from other martial artists was his understanding of the human dynamics of change. Most traditional martial artists taught a style of fighting that was set in stone—they gave a fixed set of moves and attitudes that defined their specific form of fighting. It reflects a very old form of thought given in Western philosophy in the words of Plato who believed in another realm of eternally static perfection to which we must mold ourselves. In the traditional view, change is imperfect; perfection is sought by denying change any relationship to the deeper, metaphysical reality.