Darrell Becker is a frequent guest of many podcasts that I like, often talking about the Trivium method, the Non-Aggression Principles and Non-Violent Communication. In this episode we talk about the basic ideas of Non-Violent Communication, work through real world examples of using it, and other related questions such as that of enemy imagery.
Today we cover their presentation from the 22-minute mark to the end. This portion of the discussion covers the following:
-Rosenberg and the roots of Non-Violent Communication
-Riane Eisler and Second-Wave Femism
-the concept of “domination cultures”
-gender implications of domination systems
-Secular Humanism and the Humanist Manifesto
-Interdependence vs. Independence
-Other types of activism “Deep Green Resistence”
-Culling the male population, Terence McKenna
-the emergence of of “partnership cultures”
-Problems with the primacy of conscious
-the Objectivist view of reality
-NVC ties to Fabianism and Agenda 21?
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Description from Gnostic Media: Bill Joslin at an early age developed a fascination with mind and awareness. Subsequently he spent 16 years studying Bonpo, Nyingma Buddhist and Taoist practices. He spent a year in Asia interviewing Buddhist monks in Laos, Cambodia, Nepal; Taoist practitioners in Indonesia, and Bonpo priests in Northwest Nepal, comparing practices as taught in the west with the original monasteries and traditions from which the teachings originated. Nine years ago, Bill was asked by a number of people to counsel them with mediation practices they were having difficulty with and not finding aid from their current teachers. From a sense of responsibility Bill then went through a process of questioning every aspect of meditative knowledge he had gained over those years, essentially applying critical thinking to spiritual practices. In short order the illusion of meditation, spiritual teachers, and philosophical frameworks dissolved and a concise, non-mystical view of mind, self and world emerged with simple clarity. Meditation and spiritual guru-ship is an ancient form of control, the residue of which we live with today.
Professional Protesters make their way into legitimate causes by providing organization and training to sincere people. Once installed into the cause they then high jack the activities – marginalize or radicalise the participants. NVC is a core subject in activist training.
“Can’t Find My Way Home” Blind Faith
“Dear Mr. Fantasy” Traffic
“Different Light” Steve Winwood