Following on from last week’s podcast on injustice and corruption within our society, I ask why we find it necessary and even preferable, to fall into denial. This state of being thwarts change and allows the darkness to spread like a cancer within us and the collective. Presently, everything we have covered up, buried and denied will begin to awaken, so we need to decide whether to run from, or befriend, these sleeping giants in our unconscious.
I talk about our propensity to believe those in authority, those who charm us and those who seem too good to be true. I look into the psychology of narcissists, sociopaths and psychopaths, so we can begin to see the predators who are hiding in plain sight and call them out on their manipulative behaviour.
Our natural state is one of grace and unconditional love. Nature surrounds us with unconditional love and acceptance because we are part of the Earth. The more time we can spend in nature the easier it will be to remember who we really are.
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54. Wild Swans – Jung Chang (Biography/Chinese History)
65. Tombstone: The Great Chinese Famine – Yang Jisheng (Chinese Political History)
66. The Psychopath Test – Jon Ronson (Mental Health)
6. Snowden (film) the incredible untold personal story of Edward Snowden, the polarizing figure who exposed shocking illegal surveillance activities by the NSA and became one of the most wanted men in the world
7. United States of Secrets (Part 1) PBS Documentary on NSA spying activities pre and post Snowden.
10. Conspiracy of Silence: Based on DeCamp’s riveting book, The Franklin Cover-up, “Conspiracy of Silence”is a powerful, disturbing documentary revealing a nationwide child abuse and pedophilia ring that leads to the highest levels of the US government.
111. When Louis (Theroux) Met Jimmy (Savile)
112. Amanda Ellis on Madeleine McCann Case
The Keepers – The story of the murder of Sister Catherine Ceznik
The second Louis Theroux/Savile Documentary, the title of which is “Looking Back on Jimmy Savile.”
The other film I mentioned is “Born Free.” (1966)
The woman who is “Literally a Communist.” is Ash Sarkar from Novara Media.