[Chats w/ Steve] We are all one in the Matrix of trauma
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0:00:59 abraham hicks and childhood trauma 0:02:11 steve doesn't agree with abraham hicks method of ignoring childhood trauma 0:02:35 kevin revisits the previous episode on cafetruth they did about narcissism 0:03:02 kevin mentions about victor frankl 0:03:14 kevin says we might be putting meaning to traumas and this meaning may not be actually true 0:03:47 kevin shares his last experience with abraham hicks 0:05:34 kevin mentions about his feelings about self-growth and spiritual events and the necessity of integrity in those teachings 0:06:48 steve says different talkers will deliver different qualities on same topic - steve's thoughts on neil de'greesse tyson 0:08:15 kevin talking about neil de'greese tyson and why scientific method may not cut it when it comes to psychology 0:09:21 psychology is pretty adolescent as a department of science 0:09:47 feelings are valid but when you get down to memories things change & steve had a core belief about his father wants to kill him 0:12:13 steve introduces a method to disseminate ongoing traumatic events 0:12:45 steve mentions about effects of hearing counter methodologies in psychology 0:13:07 kevin makes a barnacle on a ship allegory about human attachment 0:14:02 kevin mentions the "i don't know mind" for a solution 0:14:25 steve tells his core belief about his boss 0:14:45 thoughts of attachment are almost projecting in the real life 0:15:15 kevin and steve discuss masking,people pleasing and stress at work related to deadlines 0:16:17 kevin refers to a recording of Allan about how doctors treat a wound 0:16:57 kevin asks is working also therapeutic 0:17:27 steve says being intouchable by others words is the most enlightened stage 0:18:07 scalpel of truth & wisdom of not propagating traumatic wounds to others 0:19:35 steve tells his once happy jolly jolly life & changing subjects as a defense 0:20:56 kevin promotes work should be only for self 0:22:24 steve tells the aspects of work he appreciate and how it helps his communication 0:23:00 life is like a mirror 0:23:10 does others exist? simulation theory 0:24:14 steve mentions his 6 year old student 0:25:58 steve mentions pre-education children may be able to tap into simulation 0:26:50 steve tells everything is one thing and rammifications of it 0:29:27 kevin tells a koan about a zen master going to butcher 0:30:35 kevin mentions lorann hilson 0:30:51 where do we go when we sleep? 0:31:46 steve and kevin googles "where do i go when i sleep" 0:32:41 kevin discusses the whole point of healing from traumas 0:33:35 don't fuck with our story, people don't want to get their narratives taken 0:34:23 psychology is almost there but it is half baked 0:36:08 mind is always creating stories and self-identity is one of them 0:37:09 kevin mentions how his terrified ego reacted to COVID pandemic 0:38:54 will we exist after we die or will it turn out we didn't exist anyway 0:39:46 steve tells a chinese master's method of deconstructing the I thought 0:40:50 there is a space under mind chatter and I thought 0:41:41 what is the thing in us that is aware of us thinking 0:42:18 eye can't see itself 0:43:02 steve actually feels like a camera, life is like a movie production 0:46:36 technology replicates spiritual 0:49:18 kevin says simulations designer throwing all the drama, trauma and health conditions just to make it fun to play 0:51:01 its easier to look at history then living it 0:51:49 life is a dream and we have to be humble about this 0:52:11 steve pushes simulation theory on everyone 0:52:58 if you are on the beach of tahiti would you want to wake up from the dream? 0:55:27 kevin mentions there was a 15 year pandemic in Marcus Aurelius' time too 0:56:58 steve mentions how he and his mom affected by COVID in England 0:58:01 steve and kevin on queen's speech 0:59:46 kevin asks steve if they studied british civil war 1:01:03 steve says they teach history based on where you live 1:03:16 steve sums up english history
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