And now, a musical intermission

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Roll away the dew…

From your eyes.

From your mind.

And wake up to find out!

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The clean break is what most is most scary and frightening for people. Some might even go so far as to say it is traumatic. Most Psychotherapy is based upon the premise the we can be lead incrementally to change. But in actuality, the change itself– when the dew falls away, is rolled away from the viewing, is a clean break.

Most people will fight to the bitter end to avoid this clean break.

What is the break towards which we face ?

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

4 thoughts on “And now, a musical intermission”

    1. Often, though, what we see or understand as change is really just hanging onto the same. Philosophically speaking, we repeat over and over what we know under different headings, as if the terms we are using are reflecting newness or reflecting the change is occurring. Because there is a different closet structure, because we’ve arranged terms in different ways, or because we’ve replaced terms with other terms. I’m not sure the tree changes when I call it a piece of wood with bark on it, or whether I call it a plant, or whether I call it a “hard plant” or “not a snail”. Philosophically, each of those incidence of discourse people generally take as representing something new, that something is changed. But really it’s the same tree .

      I go back to Zizek: actual change is to change the way that we perceive change. such that perception itself, the idea of perception itself changes. Less how we are perceiving, because then perception has stayed the same, it’s become that same thing called “perception”. The issue is whether or not perception itself can change.

      I wonder; Often enough, psycho- therapeutically, we just keep doing the same things over and over again, and we remain depressed, as we argue for our limitations at every intention of changing; change itself could be called the assertion of righteousness upon what is not working over and over again, remaining the self righteousness.

      So that’s why I brought up the clean break. Because what happens in the event of change itself, is When one “wakes up”.

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