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“the path to bliss leads sometimes through despair and hopelessness”: Wounded Deer and Centaurs, on relationships

…on relationships, Sure It’s Hard….” to think that it is easy is probably to be an impostor (p. 134). He asserts that the people who are really making the changes in male-female relationships and becoming fuller human beings, you can … Continue reading

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“Despite your vanities, you are part of Nature, too”: The Planetmates reveal instinct and “free will” … “However, you prefer the self-congratulation of crowning yourselves with ‘free will’”

“All planetmates come into the world with unique skills. Humans, as well. What you have so forgotten, astonishingly, is how life’s pleasure is involved, not just in sensory satisfactions, as in passing substances over the surface of your taste buds, … Continue reading

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“All the things Nature does automatically, effortlessly in the creation of its bounty, you increasingly took upon yourselves”: The Planetmates reveal the origins of work, the quality of planetmate life, control, and the suffering humans brought to Nature

“The more you added to your survival burden by controlling your food sources rather than accepting Nature’s bounty and providence, the more work you created for yourself. All the things Nature does automatically, effortlessly, and joyously in the creation of … Continue reading

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“Nature’s parents do not view their children through a dark, crazed veil of dry and thirsty deprivation nor a floral, milky gleem of vain and pathetic estimation”: The Planetmates on thingification, the economic lodestar, children as commodities, large families, child labor

 “So, in this mode, children get to live, but only at the behest of their caregivers. For as long as there have been humans, children have been poisoned through interaction with the unconscious of their parents, and they subsequently manifest … Continue reading

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“In this intrusive mode—often brutal—you do not notice the separate beingness of your children … and hardly their needs”: Planetmates reveal childhood lost, the animal self, soul murder, the intrusive parenting mode

“…What came of such inner forces was that the nuclear family established borders around the land it cultivated and built walls of emotional avoidance between itself and the rest of the community. “It was families against the world. Children were … Continue reading

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“With the excessive stipulations and pressures that came with hierarchical societies, your experience — along with your needs, emotions, and aliveness — became muted, dampened”: The Planetmates on sex, happiness, the tribe, the nuclear family, and the “intensity of experience” of life

“…there was much more happiness attendant upon the state of being a child — being free and open, not just to the awesomeness of the physical world and world of Nature, but to the love, pleasure, fun, and interactions of … Continue reading

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“Prior to your sedentary living, the burden of children was shared by the tribe, and they were more cared for”: Planetmates reveal magical childhood, tribe life, primitive planned parenthood

“…there was ambivalence in the desire for children. Your species swayed back and forth about what to do with them — between the poles of infanticide and abandonment, on one side, and acceptance, engagement, and nurture, on the other — … Continue reading

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