One Documentary that will change the way you see yourself & the world

February 22, 2012

I always knew politicians and big corporations were doing stuff to our heads – but I didn’t really have anything tangible, it was just a fleeting thought in the way the breeze blows ever so gently. It was just a suspicion lurking in one corner of my mind. At times, I would hear and see something and automatically a train of thoughts would emerge provoking either happiness or sadness, ease or disgust etc. In the very beginning, I questioned the origins of these thoughts, then I peered deeper into it’s darkened interiors to see the manner in which, these thoughts influenced my responses, behavior and emotion. Eventually I followed these thoughts very much like one of those cloak and dagger secret agents, always mindful that they could either be friend or foe, careful never to attach myself to them or to confuse the many images they produced, as the part of the real “i” – I became a witness of myself – I became the very raw material of experiment. In the course of my long journey to self consciousness and spiritual and mental freedom, this documentary was perhaps one of the most important touchstones that allowed me to use it as a reference point to build further on the whole idea of personhood.

I hope this excellent documentary gives you the key to open the many closed doors in your life.  I hope you will be patient and allow it bring transformation change to your life. It’s a 20 parter, so it’s long, very long. But worth every minute of it.

I am Darkness, the humble servant of the truth.


“Most people want to change this or that, replace that with this, put that there instead of what we have now. All I want to do is understand myself better. If I can just do that and I understand really simple things like why I get irritated, angry or just feel depressed for no apparent reason – then I believe it is possible to change the world. Because if you are really so cluttered and messed up from the itself, then how is the good, better and best part of you supposed to work itself out from you into your family, friends and the broader world. I think, if we are really serious about this whole idea of feeding the world. We need to first work on many of our assumptions. We may even need to continue to interogate them to see whether they are consistent with what we want to do. But remember the first step to this journey is to know yourself.”

(Thread in Ekunaba)


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