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At this time of cultural transformation, fundamental questions of human connectivity and education are gaining importance in everyday life. In this mixtape, we overlay some music on the words of Jiddu Krishnamurti as he discusses the psychological changes needed to solve our global problems. Can we truly learn in a transformative manner? What has convinced us that we aren’t part of a global system?
Then, friend of the show and long-time listener Thomas Daulton shares a story inspired by our audio skits on a world without gold.
Happy winter solstice and 14th Baktun,
// On Soundcloud (without the story at the end)
// Music (in order of appearance)
Clams Casino – Swervin’ (Instrumental) via Stereogum
Thunderball – Enter the Brahmin via KEXP
Eight and a Half – Scissors (TOKiMONSTA Remix) via The Music Ninja
Tokimonsta – Sore (Rough mix) via Earmilk
Wake Owl – Gold (Noah Hyde Remix) via The Dankles
Chords of Truth – Tune Your Mind (Brandowitch Electrofolkpop Remix) via Indieshuffle
Black Sabbath – Planet Caravan (Poolside Remix) via Soundcloud
My Morning Jacket – Outta My System (Dave Sitek Remix) via Prefix
Phaeleh – Orchid via Soundcloud
Youngblood Hawke – We Come Running (RAC Mix) via Soundcloud
// XE Mixtape Series
You can find Mixtape Vol. 1 featuring the wise words of Alan Watts by clicking here
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