The Depth of Beauty | CLIP

Watch the embedded video below. Works on most browsers.   Direct BitChute Link  Direct YouTube Link Direct Instagram Link    ~Taken from the September 5th, 2020 episode of Learning in Public, starting at 1:11:30 mark~ Please see the growing collection of Learning in Public episodes and clips here. ~John’s Website~   And special thanks to Lucy Brown who took parts of John’s speech from the … Continue reading The Depth of Beauty | CLIP

Being Integrated & Present in an Age of Distraction | Learning in Public 5

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.  Direct YouTube Link Direct BitChute Link  or listen in audio-only podcast form on Spreaker (forthcoming)   *Video versions begin at 5:06  time stamp, as we put up an initial standby graphic when going live in order to let the live viewers receive notifications on their social media accounts. This gives them a few minutes to … Continue reading Being Integrated & Present in an Age of Distraction | Learning in Public 5

Traditional Archetypes Of Masculine & Feminine – PhilosophiCat | TAP

Watch the embedded episode below. Works on most browsers.    Direct YouTube Link   We welcomed PhilosophiCat back to The After Party for a discussion based on her videos, On Traditional Man and Traditional Woman’s Paths to Heroism.   ~Topics included~ What is traditional heroism? Heroism in everyday life The need for transcendence Ideals of warrior, ascetic, mother, muse -Consciousness and character being the … Continue reading Traditional Archetypes Of Masculine & Feminine – PhilosophiCat | TAP

Religion is Play for Adults? My Recent “Religious Experience”

Watch the embedded video. Direct BitChute Link My most personal video yet. This reveals an integrating and inspiring experience I had, using that story as a way to discuss the meaning and purpose many people yearn for today. I overlay Jordan Peterson’s idea of child’s play onto M. Scott Peck’s four stages of spiritual development to arrive at a notion that may prompt you to … Continue reading Religion is Play for Adults? My Recent “Religious Experience”