|Jan Brueghel and Peter Paul Rubens - Nature Adorning the Three Graces (1630-1635)|
In the course of the presentation, I draw on numerous sources to help articulate these truths: the bold brushstrokes of Frida Kahlo, the scientific notion of the Butterfly Effect, a profound insight from the work of Jean-Paul Sartre, a certain mysterious character from the films of the Wachowski siblings, the ever-present ghost of the great Jack Kerouac, a particularly odd teaching tale from the ancient Taoist sage Chuang Tzu, and perhaps most important, the Three Fates and the Three Graces, two powerful myths of the divine feminine at work in the field of this reality.
This digital artifact also features the spoken word of Dakini poetess Maya Luna.
"Five Survival Tips" is the third movement of "Seven Beasts: A Tale of the Mysterium." The first and second movements were originally shared in person with a circle of friends in July 2017. This third movement was recorded exclusively for online publication via the Words of Power You Tube channel.
Although "Five Survival Tips" flows from the same current of contemplation as the first two movements, it is a stand-alone experience, i.e., you don't need to watch them in sequential order.
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Five Survival Tips for Your Journey into the Wilderness of Revelation (Seven Beasts, Part III)
-- Richard Power