Wings of an Angel
“Satsangs In The Dark”
Needless to say that ‘Satsangs In The Dark’ is a paradoxical title. As an experienced and highly passionate critical thinker, my humble words of wisdom to y’all are: Don’t trust gurus, artists, psychologists, professors and others who (manipulatively) guide you how to (supposedly) live and conduct your life. Execute your critical instincts and don’t believe the hype. Romanticism is alluring – but it rarely holds any sustainable promises. Beware of those claiming to represent The Truth or any so-called Truths. Don’t turn off your defenses and DO NOT fall in the trap of those calling you to be less judgmental and (allegedly) open to new experiences. People tend to have a hot spot for charisma and sugar-coated nonsense – let that be known.
‘Satsangs In The Dark’ is all about late night journeys to non-specific destinations, in the context of a perfectly equal intellectual/emotional relationship. ‘Satsangs In The Dark’ is all about crossbreeding information and mutual sharing of knowledge via dialogue. ‘Satsangs In The Dark’ is all about promoting intelligent nonconformism and iconoclasm. ‘Satsangs In The Dark’ is all about providing a valid and well-founded alternative to the herd, sheeple and bourgeois mentalities. ‘Satsangs In The Dark’ is all about a sound transformation of consciousness. Here and now.
Last but not least, there’s a ridiculous New Age driven fashion to dismiss thinking as a whole and promote emotional experiences that are highly regarded and considered to be much more authentic. Give me a break… I have three words for you: Cogito ergo sum.