Where Do We Go From Here? #HeliumRadio
Whats up beautiful people!
This episode is a quilted menagerie of brain tidbits and mind morsels.
We begin by journeying back to 1967 for an iconic speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community. This is not the speech you heard in school. Dr. King speaks frankly and powerfully about class struggle and the need to radically restructure American society, including redistribution of wealth.
Following the speech we take a look at Lebanese-American writer and visual artist Khalil Gibran, and then go for a visit with the founder of Portland Peppermills, Jonathan Glowacki, for a conversation about framing one’s own subconscious architecture for optimum manifestation efficiency. Check out Jonathan’s hand-crafted wooden globes at: www.turning-time.com.
Finishing off the ep is a tidy lil ramble by yours truly regarding fractal electro-magnetic complexity.
The book I couldn’t think of in my convo with Jonathan is: The Fifth Mountain by Paolo Coelho.
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TRACK LIST FOR THIS EPISODE
Dykotomi – Corvid Crunk (Official Intro Track for the BNP)
Chillhop Essentials – Summer 2019 (Mixtape)
Baby Mammoth – Baroque and Roll
Sigur Ros – Hoppipolla
Chillhop and Lo-Fi – Hibernation (Mixtape)
Ulla Pirttijärvi – Cry of the Wolves
M83 – Starwaves
Cuddled Up Lo-Fi Chill
Baby Mammoth – 100% Polyester
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