This YouTube video discusses how walking and talking can be helpful in overcoming dissonance and cognitive and emotional pain. The author suggests that in a media landscape dominated by agents who are engaged in psychological warfare, engaging in long, difficult walks can be an antidote to the distractions and stimulations presented by these agents.
The video discusses how walking and talking can help to reduce feelings of bleakness by providing a connection to the world. It also notes that while bleakness may persist, there is a possibility for change if the listener is active in their relationship to media.
This YouTube video discusses how the experience of problematicness is a critical function of tearing down something that is not missed. The paradoxical nature of this tearing down is that it never happened in the first place. The video goes on to discuss how subjective experience, such as the experience of predators and prey, can determine objective reality, such as the shape of an animal's body. It suggests that human perception is also determined by objective reality, which is fortunate because humans are the most complex life form on the Earth.
In this video, Benjamin Bennett discusses the idea of existence and how it is subjective. He argues that all experience is dualistic and that the notion of experience implies an experienced experiencer. He also says that temporal reality is an illusion and that nothing exists, including everything that he is saying. The speaker suggests that the concept of reincarnation is a representation of reality that is no longer needed and has no meaning. He reflects on how walking and talking in nature can lead to a state of flow, which is a sense of connection to the world that is "ignorantly or naively divorced from the reality of the world."